Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid

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2018 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid

For 2018 Hyundai has added the new Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid to the lineup. This model works much like a Toyota Prius Prime or Chevy Volt. It can be driven up to 27 miles on pure electric power before a 1.6-liter gasoline engine turns on to drive the vehicle and charge the batteries. Total range is about 590 miles. Plug into a 240v source and battery charging time is just 2.5 hours. 

2017 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid

The Ioniq is new from the ground up, on a dedicated platform. This gave Hyundai the opportunity to make the Ioniq exactly what they wanted it to be, which in this case is a highly competitive hybrid and an electric car and a plug-in hybrid.

About Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid

A smart and sporty 4-door hatchback, the 2018 Hyundai Ioniq gives environmentally conscious shoppers a choice among three affordable models: a hybrid, a plug-in hybrid and a pure electric vehicle. It takes on the popular Toyota Prius, as well as the Chevy Bolt, Nissan Leaf, Chevy Volt and the similar Kia Niro in the growing market for electrified fuel-efficient small cars that offer real-world practicality. Three trim levels are available, Blue, SEL and Limited, with prices starting around $23,000 for the Hybrid Blue, rated at an impressive 57 mpg in the city and 59 mpg on the highway. Hyundai says it has a fuel range of 690 miles. The best-selling Toyota Prius is a few hundred dollars more and it’s rated 58-mpg city and 53-mpg highway. The Ioniq Electric, offered in Base and Limited trims, starts around $30,000 and offers 124 miles of range. 

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