Opinions Hyundai Ioniq Elektro Premium SD 8 Year Warranty

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This vehicle is so eco and beautiful :eek:




https://suchen.mobile.de/fahrzeuge/...searchId=443e0a51-fd83-f8bb-771f-f00f1b58aa69

Anyone has it to share experience?

Power 100 kW (136 Hp)
Fuel Electric
Fuel Consumption 13,8 kWh/100km (combined)*
CO₂ Emissions 0 g/km (combined)*
Basic fuel type Electric
Energy efficiency class A+
Features
ABS
Adaptive Cruise Control
Alarm system
Alloy wheels
Ambient lighting
Android Auto
Apple CarPlay
Arm rest
Autom. dimming interior mirror
Blind spot assist
Bluetooth
Cargo barrier
Central locking
DAB radio
Digital cockpit
Distance warning system
Electric heated rear seats
Electric heated seats
Electric seat adjustment
Electric side mirror
Electric windows
Emergency brake assist
Emergency call system
Emergency tyre repair kit
ESP
Hands-free kit
Heated steering wheel
High beam assist
Hill-start assist
Immobilizer
Induction charging for smartphones
Integrated music streaming
Isofix
Keyless central locking
Lane change assist
Leather steering wheel
LED headlights
LED running lights
Light sensor
Lumbar support
Multifunction steering wheel
Navigation system
Non-smoker vehicle
On-board computer
Paddle shifters
Power Assisted Steering
Rain sensor
Seat ventilation
Smoker's package
Sound system
Speed limit control system
Sunroof
Touchscreen
Traction control
Traffic sign recognition
Tuner/radio
Tyre pressure monitoring
USB port
Warranty
WLAN / WiFi hotspot
 
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I had an order in for one. Cancelled it due to Covid. Still have that tinge of regret every time I see one. Would have been a massive upgrade from the Leaf.
 
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I really like them and they're the number 1 contender for my next car, apart from the very slow DC charging they seem brilliant in almost every respect. But if you'll rarely need to charge away from home it should be ideal.

Does that one have the heatpump? I know all the UK models do but with the previous gen car in the states and the continent it was an option so worth checking that it has one to keep the efficiency up in the winter.
 
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I really like them and they're the number 1 contender for my next car, apart from the very slow DC charging they seem brilliant in almost every respect. But if you'll rarely need to charge away from home it should be ideal.

Yeah, I'm a big fan, would have preferred one instead of the Zoe, but they were quite a bit pricier for shorter range :(

The 38kwh is pretty nice though - assuming the OP has established that an electric car is suitable for them, then the Ioniq is certainly one I'd be seriously considering
 
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I might get an Ioniq hybrid as my next car. From the back it's fugly. Front isn't so bad. Mainly interested due to the economy and price of high spec used examples for the commute/town run-aroud, compared to something like a Golf or uglier hybrids like the Prius.
 
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I mean, it's fairly inoffensive but it certainly isn't beautiful. It's fairly generic, you could stick a Toyota or Kia badge on it and nobody would know the difference.
 
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it's the daytime runnning lights, down at the wheel level that put me off, but there must be some eu etc required lumens output.

options for battery heating or heat pumps ?
benefits of a heat pump on the options list/range ... well they would say that

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it's the daytime runnning lights, down at the wheel level that put me off, but there must be some eu etc required lumens output.


benefits of a heat pump on the options list/range ... well they would say that

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Interesting that the Zoe is so poor on that graph since it also has a heatpump...
 
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We've got an Electric 2020 Ioniq Premium SE -its a brilliant car and kit level is fantastic. I'd happily recommend it.

Note: It is not some phenomenal engaging drive - if you just want to get around very cheaply, its perfect.
 
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