Hyundai is good at many things, but its number one goal is often to provide quality, competitive vehicles at a low price point. The 2017 Hyundai Ioniq continues this trend, offering drivers the option of a hybrid that’s less expensive than other members of the green car segment without compromising on quality. Critics have even gone so far as to say that from some perspective, the Ioniq could possibly be better than what the market has to offer, considering it’s the most efficient hybrid out there.
The hybrid powertrain isn’t all the Ioniq offers, though. If you want to go pure electric, there’s a Hyundai Ioniq for that, with a battery-powered system that doesn’t use any gas. But when it comes to hybrid powertrains, there are Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid and Plug-In Hybrid options. The Plug-In Hybrid doesn’t have fuel specs disclosed yet, but it can get a range of up to 27 miles in an electric-only mode, while the standard Ioniq Hybrid has a fuel economy of 58 mpg—a whole 6 mpg better than the Toyota Prius.*
The title of industry’s most efficient hybrid, then, goes to the 2017 Hyundai Ioniq—and all this for only $23,035.** Interested yet? If you’d like to try your hand at the Ioniq, all you have to do is head over to us here at Wright Hyundai for a test drive. You won’t be able to resist the Ioniq’s commitment to quality and capability without ramping up the price tag.
*All fuel economy numbers are EPA-estimated and may or may not reflect your mileage.
**Prices are based on the MSRP and may be subject to change.