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Hyundai Ioniq

  • tickLow running costs
  • tickWell-equipped
  • tickLong warranty

Hyundai Ioniq hatchback (2019 - )

The Hyundai Ioniq is a hybrid hatchback that offers low running costs, a long warranty and genuine ease of ownership. While Hyundai’s own Kona Hybrid offers a more characterful alternative, but it’s worth a look if you’re convinced a hybrid is right for you. If you’re in the market for the pure-electric version of this car – the Hyundai Ioniq Electric – you can read our review here.
Our verdict

Is the Hyundai Ioniq a good car?

How we rated this car out of 5 on the following

Hyundai Ioniq running costs

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Hyundai Ioniq safety

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Hyundai Ioniq features

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Hyundai Ioniq reliability

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Hyundai Ioniq interior

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Hyundai Ioniq performance

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Our expert review

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Prices for the Ioniq hybrid start much higher than they do for the similarly sized Hyundai i30 hatchback, but it costs much the same as key rivals such as the Toyota Prius. The plug-in version is much more expensive, and actually costs much the same as the all-electric version – the Hyundai Ioniq Electric, which is worth bearing in mind.

The plug-in version, however, can run on electric power alone for up to 39 miles, which means urban users should be able to commute using little or no fuel. The hybrid version can only run on pure electric power for short periods at higher speed, so it’s not as commuter- or city-friendly.

Official emissions figures for the plug-in give it some useful tax breaks, too, while the official fuel economy is mind-bogglingly good, with an average of about 250mpg. Whether you achieve this will depend on the battery charge level and your driving habits, however. Average fuel economy for the hybrid is better than an equivalent petrol car, but not necessarily a diesel.

Residual values for every Ioniq are likely to be a cut above your run-of-the-mill family hatchback, which helps to reduce long-term costs and contributes to some very competitive finance and leasing deals.

Hyundai Ioniq buying and leasing deals

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£12,396 to £33,365
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Electric and hybrids

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