2025 Hyundai Staria Price and Specs: Feature Adjustments and Pricing Details

Jacob Brooke
June 21, 2024
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The 2025 Hyundai Staria has undergone updates that include both additions and reductions in features, alongside a price increase across the model range. The people-mover now starts at $49,500 before on-road costs, reflecting a $500 rise from previous pricing.

A significant change in the 2025 update is the replacement of the blind-spot collision avoidance assist with a simpler blind-spot warning system, attributed to a production change.

The revised blind-spot feature no longer supports brake or steering interventions and instead relies solely on auditory and visual alerts to warn the driver of potential hazards.

This change occurs despite the model maintaining its five-star ANCAP safety rating.

The update also introduces technological enhancements such as USB-C ports replacing USB-A outlets and the addition of rain-sensing wipers in higher-spec models.

The Elite and Highlander variants now come with a newly designed key fob and five years of complimentary access to Hyundai’s Bluelink smartphone application.

This app provides functionalities like remote unlocking, vehicle tracking, and cabin temperature pre-conditioning.

Engine options remain unchanged with the petrol variant featuring a 3.5-litre V6 engine, and the diesel variant a 2.2-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine.

The fuel consumption is reported at 10.5L/100km for the petrol engine and 8.2L/100km for the diesel engine.

Market performance data indicates the Hyundai Staria is outsold by its competitor, the Kia Carnival, by a significant margin in the Australian market.


  • Staria petrol FWD – $49,500 (+$500)
  • Staria diesel AWD – $52,500 (+$500)
  • Staria Elite petrol FWD – $57,500 (+$500)
  • Staria Elite diesel AWD – $60,500 (+$500)
  • Staria Highlander petrol FWD – $64,500 (+$500)
  • Staria Highlander diesel AWD – $67,500 (+$500)

Note: All prices above exclude on-road costs.


2025 Hyundai Staria Standard Features

  • Eight seats
  • 18-inch grey alloy wheels with full-size spare
  • Dusk-sensing LED headlights with auto high beam
  • 8.0-inch infotainment touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay/Android Auto
  • 4.2-inch instrument display with digitised speed/rpm readouts
  • Six-speaker sound system
  • Wireless phone charging pad
  • Manual air conditioning with second and third-row vents
  • Leather-wrapped steering wheel with paddle shifters
  • Black cloth seat upholstery
  • 16 cupholders
  • Four USB-C ports (replacing USB-A)
  • Flat-folding second and third-row seats, with third-row tip-up and slide function
  • Auto up/down front windows
  • Heated and power-folding side mirrors
  • Seven airbags (including front-centre airbag)
  • 360-degree camera
  • Autonomous emergency braking with support for intersections
  • Adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go
  • Lane-keep assist
  • Lane-following assist
  • Blind-spot monitoring (braking support deleted)
  • Rear cross-traffic alert (with braking support)
  • Door exit warning
  • Driver attention warning
  • Tyre pressure monitoring

2025 Hyundai Staria Elite Adds Over Standard

  • Rain-sensing wipers (new)
  • Bluelink phone app connectivity (new)
  • 10.25-inch infotainment touchscreen with wired Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, satellite navigation and DAB+ digital radio
  • Leather-appointed seat upholstery
  • 3D-view surround-view camera
  • Smart power sliding doors
  • Power-operated tailgate
  • Keyless entry and start
  • Remote engine start function
  • 12-way power-adjustable driver's seat
  • Climate-control air conditioning
  • Flush sliding windows for second-row seats
  • Window curtains for second and third-row passengers
  • Safe Exit Assist (prevents doors opening into oncoming vehicles/cyclists)

2025 Hyundai Staria Highlander Adds Over Elite

  • 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster
  • Dual-pane power sunroof
  • Heated and ventilated front seats
  • Heated steering wheel
  • Blind-Spot View Monitor (projects a side camera feed from the mirrors into the instrument cluster)
  • Cloth headlining
  • Rear passenger view monitor
  • Two dashboard 'multi-boxes'
  • LED room and map lights
  • 'Premium' dashboard and door trim materials
Jacob Brooke
Jacob Brooke, a respected voice in the world of automotive journalism, brings a wealth of knowledge and insights to his reviews at CarSauce. His keen eye for detail and passion for all things cars shine through in his in-depth analysis and honest evaluations of the latest models of cars. Join him as he guides readers through the car-buying process and explores the exciting world of motoring.

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