Hyundai Ioniq (2016 on)

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reviewed by Anonymous on 24 October 2020
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reviewed by Jim Whittaker on 25 September 2020
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reviewed by Anonymous on 6 September 2019
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reviewed by Carl BJeffersom on 3 September 2019
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reviewed by Anonymous on 13 July 2019
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reviewed by Anonymous on 24 June 2019
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reviewed by William Keith Jennison on 7 April 2019
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reviewed by Anonymous on 16 November 2018
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1.6 GDI Hybrid Premium DCT 5dr Hatchback

reviewed by Anonymous on 31 August 2018
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How it drives
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Fuel economy
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Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
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Cost of maintenance and repairs
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Experience at the dealership
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How practical it is
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Overall reliability

High tech economy

Having leased a Nissan leaf before this car, I needed the short run capability of electric drive for my commute and the range of a conventional car to visit my daughter 200miles away. The ionic does both.

Smart looking, loads of useful tech. Radar cruise is amazing for making motorway and dual carriageway driving safer and more relaxing. Your fuel economy improves when stuck in a queue, not the other way round. It's nice to drive, easy to use and fits enough stuff in it. Gearbox good, but can be slow to make its mind up when slowing down depending which powertrain it's using.

Outstanding economy and fun data displays to watch the hybrid system working. My only gripe is the exhaust noise which seems too tinny when compared to electric mode. Android auto makes the car an extension of the phone which is fantastic.

Don't bother with the base model SE unless you are a minicab driver, all the good toys are on the premium.

Buying one cash when my lease is up, it's that good.

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reviewed by Al O on 20 January 2018

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Price£19,995–£30,195
Road TaxA
MPG78.5–256.8 mpg
Real MPG69.3%

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