Hyundai Ioniq review

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Hyundai Ioniq
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22 Dec 2016 15:36 | Last updated: 21 Aug 2018 14:33

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Toyota has had the ‘green car’ market pretty much sewn up with its Prius – the world’s best-selling hybrid car. But a little competition is a good thing, so it’s great to see the Koreans elbowing themselves into this market with the Hyundai Ioniq.

It is sold with 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 for more range that you can charge externally – and a pure electric vehicle (EV).

What they all have in common is low or even zero CO2 emissions, meaning cheap company car tax.

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