Hyundai Porter Review: 2011-2018 Model Year Changes and Differences

Hyundai Porter

For customers who need a simple, no-fuss way to carry cargo, the Hyundai Porter has been a steadfast staple since 1977. Add its reputation for reliability to a very reasonable price and it’s easy to see why Hyundai continues to develop this beloved model, satisfying global market needs even 40 years after its debut.

Which model years stand out the most? Keep reading to see what the Porter has in store from 2001 through 2018.

2011 Hyundai Porter

2011 HYUNDAI PORTER exterior

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The 2011 Hyundai Porter is a member of the model’s fourth (2004 – present) generation and has an average fuel economy of 10.5 km/l.

For more than 40 years since its debut, the Hyundai Porter commercial pick-up truck, also known as the H100 in some markets, has delivered practicality and affordability in a well-sized package to small and medium sized business the world around. Coming in standard cab or high deck configurations, and with a trunk height of 745 mm and maximum loading capacity of up to 1.3 tons, the 2011 Porter is able to meet the various transporting needs of a wide range of industries.

2011 HYUNDAI PORTER engine

The Europe-bound Porters are powered by a 2.5L CRDi inline four-cylinder engine that churns out 130 hp, while those exported to Southeast Asia use a 2.6L inline four-cylinder diesel engine that dishes out 80 hp. Regardless of market version, the Porter comes mated to a six speed manual transmission.

The 2011 Porter is able to bear the heaviest of loads over the most challenging terrain through the use of a front double wishbone and torsion bar spring and rear semi-elliptical laminated leaf spring in its suspension system that gives it durability, flexibility and stability. Standard safety features on the 2011 Porter include locking differential, 15-inch disc brakes, auto door lock and side impact bars.


2012 Hyundai Porter

2012 HYUNDAI PORTER exterior

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The 2012 Hyundai Porter is a member of the model’s fourth (2004 – present) generation and has an average fuel economy of 10.5 km/l.

Also known as the H100, the Hyundai Porter is a hardworking, no-frills light pickup truck that has been a mainstay in small business since 1977.

The Porter workhorse is currently in its 4th generation, with the 2012 model year remaining largely unchanged from its predecessors, thus retaining the winning formula of utility and performance. Its 745mm high trunk is designed with easy loading and unloading in mind, and is capable of a full loading capacity of up to 1.3 tons.

2012 HYUNDAI PORTER engine

The 2012 Porter is powered by two different diesel engines depending on the market. A 2.5L CRDi inline four-cylinder engine that makes 130 hp is installed in Porters bound for European markets, while a 2.6L inline four-cylinder diesel engine that outputs 80hp is found in Southeast Asian models. Both engines are mated to a six speed manual transmission.

Durability, flexibility, and stability demanded by rigorous transporting assignments are not a problem for the Porter — the pairing of a front double wishbone and torsion bar spring and rear semi-elliptical laminated leaf spring ensures a high level of ride quality and that the Porter keeps on running as long as you need it to.

Besides locking differential, the Porter is also equipped with other safety features like 15-inch disc brakes, auto door lock and side impact bars.


 

2013 Hyundai Porter

2013 HYUNDAI PORTER exterior

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The 2013 Hyundai Porter is a member of the model’s fourth (2004 – present) generation and has an average fuel economy of 10.5 km/l.

If transporting cargo is the problem, the Hyundai Porter is the answer. The no-frills 2013 Hyundai Porter workhorse, also known as the H100 in some markets, has remained a staple in small and medium businesses everywhere since 1977. The commercial pick-up truck arrives in both standard cab and high deck configurations for more choice, and with a 745 mm high trunk that is able to carry a maximum of 1.3 tons, is perfectly suited for loading and unloading cargo.

2013 HYUNDAI PORTER engine

The 4th generation 2013 Porter comes with two engines depending on the market – a 2.5L CRDi inline four-cylinder engine that makes 130 hp (European market) or a 2.6L inline four-cylinder diesel engine that outputs 80 hp (Southeast Asian Market), both of which are mated to a six speed manual transmission. Its use of a suspension system of a front double wishbone and torsion bar spring and rear semi-elliptical laminated leaf spring enable it to undertake the most rigorous of transporting assignments. Safety features in the Porter include a locking differential, 15-inch disc brakes, auto door lock and side impact bars.


 

2014 Hyundai Porter

2014 HYUNDAI PORTER exterior

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The 2014 Hyundai Porter is a member of the model’s fourth (2004 – present) generation and has an average fuel economy of 10.5 km/l.

For customers who need a simple, no-fuss way to carry cargo, the Hyundai Porter has been a steadfast staple since 1977. Also known as the H100, the Porter commercial pick-up truck is offered in standard cab or high deck configurations to meet varying transporting needs.

The 2014 Porter is designed for easy loading and unloading — its trunk is 745 mm tall and has a full loading capacity of up to 1.3 tons.

2014 HYUNDAI PORTER engine

Under the hood, the 2014 Porter is equipped with a 2.5L CRDi inline four-cylinder engine that makes 130 hp (European market) or a 2.6L inline four-cylinder diesel engine that outputs 80 hp (Southeast Asian Market), both of which are mated to a six speed manual transmission.

The pairing of a front double wishbone and torsion bar spring and rear semi-elliptical laminated leaf spring give the 2014 Porter the needed durability, flexibility, and stability for rigorous transporting assignments.

Besides locking differential, the Porter is also equipped with other safety features like 15-inch disc brakes, auto door lock and side impact bars.


 

2015 Hyundai Porter

2015 HYUNDAI PORTER exterior

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The 2015 Hyundai Porter is a member of the model’s fourth (2004 – present) generation and has an average fuel economy of 10.5 km/l.

Also known as the H100 in some markets, the Hyundai Porter commercial pick-up truck has become a household name in small and medium sized business all over the world for its practicality and affordability. The Porter comes in both standard cab and high deck configurations. Its trunk height of 745 mm and maximum loading capacity of up to 1.3 tons makes for easy loading and unloading of cargo.

2015 HYUNDAI PORTER engine

Porters bound for the European market are installed with a 2.5L CRDi inline four-cylinder engine that makes 130 hp, while those exported to Southeast Asia use a 2.6L inline four-cylinder diesel engine that outputs 80 hp. Both versions are mated to a six speed manual transmission.

A suspension system of a front double wishbone and torsion bar spring and rear semi-elliptical laminated leaf spring gives the Porter the required durability, flexibility and stability to sustain heavy loads on the toughest of terrains, making it the ideal choice for the most demanding of transporting assignments. The 2015 Porter comes with safety features like a locking differential, 15-inch disc brakes, auto door lock and side impact bars. If you’re looking for a no-frills hardworking vehicle, the Porter is the choice for you!


 

2016 Hyundai Porter

2016 HYUNDAI PORTER exterior

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The 2016 Hyundai Porter is a member of the model’s fourth (2004 – present) generation and has an average fuel economy of 10.5 km/l.

A staple in small and medium businesses over the world and in every industry since 1977, the Hyundai Porter workhorse is ready to work for you and your cargo transporting needs. The Porter commercial pick-up truck arrives in both standard cab and high deck configurations. The trunk of the 4th generation 2016 Porter has been designed for easy loading and unloading of goods with its 745 mm height and maximum loading capacity of up to 1.3 tons.

2016 HYUNDAI PORTER engine

Choose between a 2.5L CRDi inline four-cylinder engine that makes 130 hp (European market) or a 2.6L inline four-cylinder diesel engine that outputs 80 hp (Southeast Asian Market), both of which are mated to a six speed manual transmission.

The most demanding of transporting assignments are no problem for the 2016 Porter that uses a suspension system of a front double wishbone and torsion bar spring and rear semi-elliptical laminated leaf spring which gives it the required durability, flexibility and stability. Safety features on the 2016 Porter include a locking differential, 15-inch disc brakes, auto door lock and side impact bars. This lightweight truck packs a heavy punch!


 

2017 Hyundai Porter

2017 HYUNDAI PORTER exterior

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The 2017 Hyundai Porter is a member of the model’s fourth (2004 – present) generation and has an average fuel economy of 10.5 km/l.

Transporting cargo has never been easier with the fuss-free Hyundai Porter workhorse that has remained a staple in small and medium businesses everywhere since its debut. This Porter commercial pick-up truck arrives in both standard cab and high deck configurations. At 745 mm high and with a maximum loading capacity of up to 1.3 tons, the trunk is perfect for easy loading and unloading of goods.

2017 HYUNDAI PORTER engine

Choose between a 2.5L CRDi inline four-cylinder engine that makes 130 hp (European market) or a 2.6L inline four-cylinder diesel engine that outputs 80 hp (Southeast Asian Market), both of which are mated to a six speed manual transmission. The 2017 Porter is durable, flexible, and stable, allowing it to undertake the most rigorous of transporting assignments — it uses a suspension system of a front double wishbone and torsion bar spring and rear semi-elliptical laminated leaf spring. Porter is equipped with safety features like a locking differential, 15-inch disc brakes, auto door lock and side impact bars. This lightweight, heavy performing 2017 Hyundai Porter could be your new pick-up truck!


 

2018 Hyundai Porter

2018 HYUNDAI PORTER exterior

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The 2018 Hyundai Porter is a member of the model’s fourth (2004 – present) generation and has an average fuel economy of 10.5 km/l.

Has there been a light pickup truck that has endured throughout the years like the Hyundai Porter? The Porter is a best-selling truck in the domestic Korean market, and can be found in a wide range of businesses all around the world delivering performance, durability, and value. With a trunk measuring 745 mm high and able to carry a maximum of load of 1.3 tons, the 2018 Porter is a truck built for easy loading and unloading. Coming in either a standard or high deck configuration, the Porter offers customizability to the buyer.

2018 HYUNDAI PORTER engine

Depending on the market, the Porter comes with either a 2.5L CRDi inline four-cylinder engine that makes 130 hp (European market), or a 2.6L inline four-cylinder diesel engine that outputs 80 hp (Southeast Asian Market). Both engines come mated to a six speed manual transmission. The Porter is able to handle the stress from heavy loads and the toughest of terrain with the help of its front double wishbone and torsion bar spring and rear semi-elliptical laminated leaf spring suspension system. Standard safety features on this truck include a locking differential, 15-inch disc brakes, auto door lock and side impact bars. No challenge is too big for the 2018 Porter.


 

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