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Auto Express • 19 March 2018

Final report: we look back at our six months with Hyundai Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid hatch

2017 Hyundai Ioniq • 15 September 2017

If you're looking for segment-topping hybrid fuel economy over thrilling performance, the Hyundai Ioniq Blue is a very good value.

Auto Express • 23 August 2017

Hyundai's Plug-in version of the Ioniq hatchback provides an affordable route into electrified driving

2017 Hyundai Ioniq EV Review • 10 May 2017

You can look at the Hyundai Ioniq Electric a few different ways, but we choose to evaluate it as a car first and an EV second. In other words, would we like the Ioniq if it ran on petrol? In short, yes. The Ioniq drives well, is built with quality materials, has ample creature comforts, and is handsomely styled. Layer on class-leading mpge and rush of electric torque, and the Ioniq Electric becomes a very attractive proposition indeed. Alas, we come to the “but” of our shakedown. At 124 miles of range, the Ioniq Electric only trails the Volkswagen e-Golf by a single mile of total range. However, the Chevrolet Bolt EV flat-out embarrasses everything in its class. With a full charge, the Bolt EV can travel for 238 miles without needing a plug. On top of that, its 200hp and 266 lb-ft of torque make it significantly quicker than Hyundai’s Ioniq EV. All that range and power comes at a $7K premium over the cost of an Ioniq, but if you’re after the best EV performance (for under $50K), the Bolt is uncontested. As a brand new model, Hyundai is at least three years away from a refresh and seven or more years from a full redesign. Rest assured, if you buy an Ioniq Electric now, you wouldn’t miss any major updates for several years. In terms of reliability, Hyundai’s recent products hold up very well, and are backed by an industry-best 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty and 5-year/60,000-mile new car warranty. Hyundai even goes on step further to offer a Lifetime Hybrid/Electric Battery Warranty. If you’re considering the Ioniq Electric or any other pure EV, you’ve already decided that a limited driving range (compared to gas-powered cars) is worth the liberation from petrol. Now you need to decide how much limitation you can tolerate. Until the Bolt EV arrived on the scene, approximately 100 miles of juice was your only option. However, the Bolt has changed the game. If budget restricts your decision or 124 miles is enough for your routine, the Ioniq Electric is a very wise purchase. If you want to forget the meaning of “range anxiety,” you’re better off with a Bolt.

Auto Express • 13 April 2017

Third electric Hyundai Ioniq model slots between standard hybrid and full EV, but what's it like to drive?

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