Hyundai Ioniq News

By Brad Berman ·
September 27, 2017

Hyundai Is Preparing for Big Electric Car Future, Even With Anemic Sales of Ioniq EV

Of all the electric cars available today, the Hyundai Ioniq Electric arguably provides the most compelling combination of decent range, at 124 miles on a single charge, and an attractive $29,500 pre-incentive price. But by offering the Ioniq Electric only in California, and keeping marketing efforts on simmer, the potential success for Hyundai’s EV is limited. Yet, even with anemic current sales of the Ioniq EV, Hyundai reiterated is plans for an exciting line-up of plug-in cars in the near future.

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By Brad Berman ·
April 21, 2017

Hyundai Offers All-Inclusive $275 Monthly Subscription Payment for Ioniq EV

In a first for the electric car market, Hyundai is offering a subscription-style plan for its Ioniq electric car. EV buyers can opt for monthly payments as low as $275 a month—including the vehicle, unlimited miles, fuel (for charging reimbursements), maintenance, initial tax, title, license, and fees. No money is due at signing after tax credits and rebates are calculated. The 36-month subscription is only offered in California.

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By Brad Berman ·
February 14, 2017

Hyundai Prices the 124-Mile Ioniq EV at $29,500

Hyundai announced today that it will sell its Ioniq electric car for $29,500, which after a federal tax incentive, drops the price to $22,000. That sticker price—for an all-electric vehicle officially rated to go 124 miles on a single charge—handily beats chief competitors on economics, driving range or both. The first US sales of the Hyundai will begin in the coming weeks.

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By Brad Berman ·
November 03, 2016

Despite Lack of Publicity, Hyundai’s New EV Goes on Sale in Weeks

After remaining very quiet, Hyundai is stating to call attention to the Ioniq, its new EV that goes on sale before the end of the year. The Ioniq deserves attention as the first ever model to be offered as a hybrid, plug-in hybrid or pure electric car.

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