Hyundai Ioniq review

Category: Hybrid car

Section: Introduction

Available fuel types:hybrid, electric, hybrid
Available colours:
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RRP £23,845What Car? Target Price from£21,904

Introduction

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If you’re going to sell a hybrid, a plug-in hybrid and an electric car, then why not make them the same vehicle? That’s exactly the philosophy that lead to the Hyundai Ioniq. It’s a green car you can have in three states of electrification: a hybrid model with a petrol engine combined with an electric motor, a plug-in hybrid – that’s basically the same as the hybrid but with a bigger battery that you can charge externally for more range – and a pure electric vehicle (EV).

What they all have in common is low or even zero CO2 emissions, which means cheap company car tax, and the ability to run on electric power alone. And, thanks to an update in 2019, both the plug-in hybrid and fully electric models can travel even farther on zero-emissions battery power.

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Underneath, the Ioniq is closely related to the Kia Niro – a car which is also sold in three electrified forms. And as a starting point, that couldn’t be better news for the Ioniq, because the e-Niro was our Car of the Year for 2019.

Read on over the next few pages for our in-depth review of the Ioniq. We’ll tell you how it compares with rivals and regular family cars, and we’ll give our recommendations for which versions make the best buy. 

And remember, if you’re interested in buying the Hyundai Ioniq, or any other car for that matter, then click over to the What Car? New Car Buying pages to see how much we can save you – it could be thousands of pounds.

At a glance

Number of trims4 see more
Available fuel typeshybrid, electric, hybrid
MPG range across all versions256.8 - 62.8
Avaliable doors options5
Warranty5 years / No mileage cap

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