Measured owner satisfaction with 2019 Hyundai Ioniq Electric after 90-days of ownership.
Amount of trunk/hatch space
The vehicle's voice recognition and bluetooth
The vehicle's heating and air conditioning
Owners Don't Like
The problems experienced by owners of the 2019 Hyundai Ioniq Electric during the first 90-days of ownership.
Vehicle's handling on curves
1 speed, Automatic
Front Wheel Drive
2019 Hyundai Ioniq Electric Review
The Hyundai Ioniq proves there’s more than one way to lower carbon emissions. In fact it’s the first car to be offered in three different electrified versions: hybrid plug-in hybrid and fully electric. Choose from seven models starting with the Hybrid Blue and moving through the Plug-In Limited . The Ioniq’s body doesn’t just blend in with other cars it blends in with the air—even sports cars envy the Ioniq’s super-low 0.24 coefficient of drag . Inside it looks like just about any other car too. Except it’s not. Bio-plastic fabrics made from sugar cane fibers; recycled plastic combined with powdered wood and volcanic rock—it’s not just eco-friendliness; these materials save weight. Why pay so much attention to aerodynamics and weight? Up to 58 miles to the gallon that’s why. Or in the Ioniq Electric a driving range of up to 124 miles4 Choose from a variety of colors options and accessories and build an Ioniq that’s all yours . The Hyundai Ioniq. It’s not just a better car. It’s a better alternative.
Your Hyundai Ioniq is loaded with technology. Bluetooth hands-free calling= Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support and SiriusXM satellite radio are standard equipment. So is a seven-inch color touchscreen. Navigation is available and comes with an eight-inch touchscreen. Forget to roll up the windows? Want your Ioniq to be nice and warm—or nice and cool—when you get in? No problem. Hyundai’s Blue Link Connected Car System turns your smartphone or smartwatch into a remote control for your car. The Hyundai Ioniq. More technology bang for your buck.
Whether it’s a truck ahead of you a motorcycle next to you or a car coming down the street when you’re backing out of your driveway there’s danger everywhere. That’s why the Hyundai Ioniq is built with advanced high-strength steel. And why it comes with seven standard airbags. And a host of other standard safety features. But that’s not all. Available safety features include Blind-Spot Detection with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist and more.
Can eco-friendly cars be fun? If they’re Hyundai Ioniqs they can. The Ionic Hybrid and Plug-In Hybrid’s gas engine and electric motor deliver 139 combined horsepower. Add a six-speed Eco-Shift dual-clutch transmission and it’s not your ordinary hybrid powertrain. Ioniq Electrics use an 88-kiloWatt electric motor to generate an astounding 215 pound-feet of torque. The best numbers of all? 58 and 136. That’s how far you can go on a gallon of gas in an Ioniq Hybrid; and how far you could go if you were actually using a gallon of gas in an Ioniq Electric. The Hyundai Ioniq. More than eco-friendly.