Used Hyundai Ioniq 17-present

Used Hyundai Ioniq 2017-present review

Alternatives

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What alternatives should I consider to a used Hyundai Ioniq saloon?

The Toyota Prius is probably the most well-known hybrid car of all, because it was the first mass-produced petrol-electric car on the market. It’s the most obvious alternative to the Ioniq. It comes as a hybrid or a plug-in hybrid, like the Ioniq, and the latest version is very well equipped and good to drive. It’s refined, too, and both versions are economical. However, the Ioniq has the slight edge in equipment and it’s far nicer to drive.

 

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Used Hyundai Ioniq 17-present
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Verdict

The hybrid version of the Hyundai Ioniq is a credible alternative to rivals, even if the electric-only version isn't quite so convincing

  • Good-quality interior
  • Low running costs
  • Hybrid is good to drive
  • Poor rear head room
  • Unsettled ride around town
  • EV model expensive