Hyundai’s IONIQ HEV, PHEV and BEV Preview

Discussion in 'Hyundai' started by xcel, Dec 25, 2015.

  1. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    Hi Thunderstruck:

    The 2019 is in Hyundai dealerships now.

    Here are the 2019s pricing details.

    2019 Ioniq Blue - $22,400, + $200 over the 2018 MY.
    2019 Ioniq SEL - $24,950, + $950 over the 2018 MY but now includes the $1,000 Tech pkg std. so it is actually $50 less.
    2019 Ioniq Limited - $28,550, + $1,000 over the 2018 MY.

    2019 Hyundai Ioniq


    The Limited Ultimate Package now costs $2,200, $800 less than the 2018 MY Ultimate pkg. and includes the following:
    • Headlights w/ Dynamic Bending Light function (DBL)
    • Rear parking sensors
    • Integrated Memory System (IMS) for driver’s seat
    • Floor console-mounted rear vents
    • Cargo cover
    • Navigation system w/ 8-inch color touchscreen display
    • Infinity Premium Audio w/ Clari-fi™ Music Restoration Technology & 8 speakers
    • Blue Link® Guidance Package (for 3-years, enrollment required)
    • Wireless device charging for compatible
    Dealer Installed Options

    Cargo net - $50, NC from the 2018 MY
    Wheel locks - $55, NC from the 2018 MY
    Rear bumper applique - $70, NC from the 2018 MY
    Cargo tray - $115, +$10 over the 2018 MY
    Carperted floor mats - $125, NC from the 2018 MY
    Cargo cover - $150, NC from the 2018 MY

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  2. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    Hi All:

    IONIQ -- New for 2019:

    Driver Attention Alert and High Beam Assist safety features are now available. An Enhanced, natural-language, server-based voice-recognition and POI-search database provided by HERE, Automatic Emergency Braking, Lane Keep Assist and Smart Cruise Control added to SEL, Standard remote charge management for Plug-in and Electric models via Blue Link.

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  3. thunderstruck

    thunderstruck Super Moderator

    Gave up on it after seeing Consumer Reports said the brakes had really bad stopping distance. "Ioniq has among the worst braking performance we've seen in years."
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  4. EdwinTheMagnificent

    EdwinTheMagnificent Legend In His Mind

    Who uses brakes ?
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  5. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

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  6. thunderstruck

    thunderstruck Super Moderator

    I guess we shall see. I traded in the Prius Wednesday night for an Ioniq. Much more nicely equipped, and looks like a normal car instead of the bizarre styling the Prius had. OTOH, the Ioniq can't match the mileage of the Prius, based on my initial impressions.
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  7. BillLin

    BillLin MASS: 2018 Bolt EV and 2017 Prime

  8. Jay

    Jay Well-Known Member

    Yep. Congrats. Blue Crush--I take it you got the Blue model? That should do real well, I would think, against the Prius fuel economy wise.
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  9. thunderstruck

    thunderstruck Super Moderator

    I got the Limited. Name is an oblique reference to Blue Crush 2, a cheesy movie with Sasha Jackson.
    Couple of observations for prospective owners. First, the OBD port is horizontal and at bottom of fuse box, so the only way to plug an SG or BT OBD adapter is to leave cover off fuse box. Second, to use Android Auto your phone has to be plugged into the USB port and the max power appears to be 500ma. Screen will be off with AA, but no fast charging. I have a big screen phone, and to keep it in the tray where plug is I'll be needing a right angle plug because it's a tight fit and I don't want to mess my USB port up. Both of these tell me they don't understand their prospective audience.
    It appears full model info only shows on Fuelly badge if you click on it. Model is correctly defined on Fuelly.
    Edit: I'm going to do a splash and dash fillup in the next day or 2 just to work on getting SG a little closer.
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  10. BillLin

    BillLin MASS: 2018 Bolt EV and 2017 Prime

    I have never liked AA with USB plugged in, so I don't use it. I still rely on a Garmin or the Android phone displaying a mapping app directly. There is also significant lag for me with AA on USB though my phone normally has snappy response.
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