As more makes look to boost fuel economy, model families that share hybrid, plug-in and pure electric drivetrains are showing up. One of the first is Hyundai, which is rolling out its Ionic lineup of alternative-power vehicles to compete with Toyota Prius, Chevy Bolt and Volt and even the Kia Niro from its sister division. The 2017 Ioniq Hybrid is the first out of the block, soon to be followed by the EV version and then a plug-in. Zach Vlasuk sizes up the Hybrid in this Video Review and Road Test.

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