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New 2020 Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid SE
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New 2020 Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid SE
STK# H27857 VIN# KMHC65LD3LU204372 Mileage: 11

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  • Mileage: 11
  • Engine: Gas/Electric I-4 1.6 L/96
  • Trans: 6-Speed Auto-Shift Manual w/OD
  • Drivetrain: FWD
  • Exterior: Ceramic White
  • Interior: Gray

INCLUDED PACKAGES

PORT INSTALLED OPTIONS ($155)
  • CARPETED FLOOR MATS
PRIMARY PAINT ($300)
  • CERAMIC WHITE
REAR BUMPER APPLIQUE ($70)
  • Protective film to shield the rear bumper
SEAT TRIM
  • GRAY
  • PREMIUM CLOTH SEATING SURFACES
WHEEL LOCKS ($55)
  • Wheel lug that prevents theft

ADDITIONAL OPTIONS

  • Option Group 01
  • Heated Front Bucket Seats
  • Premium Cloth Seating Surfaces
  • Radio: AM/FM Display Audio
  • Wheel Locks
  • Rear Bumper Applique
  • Carpeted Floor Mats
  • 4-Wheel Disc Brakes
  • 6 Speakers
  • Air Conditioning
  • Electronic Stability Control
  • Front Bucket Seats

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2020 Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid SE FWD Hatchback

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Rated 8 out of 5 stars

2020 Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid SE FWD Hatchback

If you're looking for an efficient alternative to a conventional gas-burning car, the Hyundai Ioniq likely has something to pique your interest with its three available powertrains. The Ioniq hybrid is more efficient than the Toyota Prius with an EPA city/highway combined rating of up to 58 mpg. While the different powertrains give each Ioniq model unique characteristics, every version is packed with features that make it a great value, including a standard 8.0-inch infotainment screen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility. Refinement isn't the Ioniq's strong suit, though, and there are several compelling alternatives. The Honda Insight is more pleasant to drive, the Toyota Prius can be equipped with all-wheel drive, and the Corolla hybrid costs less. All of these competitors deliver similar efficiency as the Ioniq Hybrid. What's New for 2020? The Hyundai Ioniq electric receives significant powertrain updates for 2020. Horsepower increases from 118 to 134 hp, a larger battery pack improves range from 124 to 170 miles, and a more powerful 7.2-kW charger shortens recharge times. The hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and electric models also receive a refreshed exterior and interior design for 2020, with the standard infotainment screen growing from 7.0 to 8.0 inches. Hyundai's SmartSense driver-assistance system is also new to the Ioniq range. It is standard on all Ioniqs and includes forward-collision avoidance, driver-attention warning, automatic high-beams, and lane-keeping assist. Pricing and Which One to Buy • Hybrid: $23,930 • Plug-in hybrid: $27,230 • Electric: $31,000 (est.) We'd skip the Ioniq plug-in hybrid, as its weak 60-hp electric motor means the gas engine often fires up to keep pace with city traffic, even when the battery is fully charged. The longer range of the 2020 Ioniq Electric makes that model a much more compelling purchase than in the past, but it's only sold in fourteen states. Our pick is the Ioniq hybrid, which is as affordable as it is thrifty. While the base trim, called Blue, is nicely equipped with dual-zone automatic climate control, SiriusXM satellite radio, and a proximity key, we'd spring for the mid-level $25,880 Ioniq SE hybrid. It adds luxuries such as heated front seats, a 10-way power-adjustable driver's seat, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. Engine, Transmission, and Performance The Ioniq hybrid isn't quick, requiring 8.9 seconds to accelerate from zero to 60 mph. Shift timing isn't perfect in Eco mode; the transmission pauses too long to downshift when you want to accelerate. The Ioniq Electric doesn't feel as zippy as the Chevy Bolt from standstill, forcing the driver to dip deeper into the throttle to achieve the instant zoom that makes EVs so appealing. The plug-in hybrid Ioniq's combination of a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine, electric motor, and six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission will be familiar to fans of the Ioniq and its cousin, the Kia Niro. The Ioniq holds its own on curvy roads, responding obediently to steering inputs and maintaining a firm grip on the road. If pushed hard in corners, the body leans, but overall the car feels stable and competent in most every situation. Pleasantly surprising are its composed ride and relaxed highway manners. All Ioniqs have steering-wheel paddles that you can use to modulate the level of regenerative braking, allowing drivers to approximate the one-pedal driving style that Tesla has popularized among EV cognoscenti. Range, Charging, and Battery Life The good news is that the plug-in Ioniq charges quickly at a 240-volt outlet, requiring a bit more than two hours to restore full charge. If a 120-volt outlet is all that's available, a full charge will take slightly less than nine hours. The Ioniq Electric is rated at 170 miles of EV range, with an EPA-estimated 145 MPGe in the city and 121 MPGe on the highway, making it more efficient than many EV competitors. The plug-in variant is rated by the EPA to provide up to 29 miles of combined electric driving range. Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG The base Ioniq Blue model is the most fuel-efficient hybrid on the market. The Ioniq Limited we tested fell 2 mpg short of its EPA estimate during our test, but it's still one of just a few cars we've tested that have topped 50 mpg. In our real-world testing, the plug-in did about as well as its closest competitors in our set of highway tests, but it failed to live up to the promise of its EPA ratings. Interior, Comfort, and Cargo The Ioniq's cabin is comfortable and attractive even in base trim, and it can be well-appointed in more expensive versions. Adding to its green cred, Hyundai sourced sustainable materials for the Ioniq's interior, using composites made of sugar cane and volcanic rock. While the rear seats won't inspire outrage on the part of your passengers, several competitors offer more room to spread out. The Ioniq fits about as much luggage as other members of its class and more than some larger competitors. Interior cubby storage lags behind competitors, but Hyundai has employed some clever tricks to maximize what space is available. The plug-in version gives up four cubic feet of cargo space compared with the hybrid model. You can blame the larger battery pack for the deficit, but it shouldn't be a deal breaker. Infotainment and Connectivity Even base models come with an 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and auxiliary and USB ports—swank accommodations for an entry-level model. Top trims use a 10.3-inch screen that includes navigation. Hyundai's touchscreen interface is easy to use and performed well in our tests. Safety and Driver-Assistance Features The Ioniq hybrid and plug-in hybrid were named Top Safety Picks by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), but none have been tested by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Every Ioniq comes standard with a bevy of driver-assistance features, while upper trim levels include even more active-safety equipment such as an ability to detect pedestrians in the car's path. Key safety features include: • Standard forward-collision warning and automated emergency braking • Standard lane-departure warning and lane-keeping assist • Available blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert Warranty and Maintenance Coverage Hyundai's excellent warranty is one of the best in the industry. The Ioniq bolsters it with a lifetime battery warranty for the original owner, which aims to curb concerns about expensive battery repairs. • Limited warranty covers 5 years or 60,000 miles • Powertrain warranty covers 10 years or 100,000 miles • Hybrid components are covered for 10 years or 100,000 miles (lifetime battery warranty) • No complimentary scheduled maintenance

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