Today, there are so many hybrids, compared to even 5 years ago. So, which one is the best, and will give you the best bang for your hard earned buck. Wayne does a great job in testing the hybrids and other cars to achieve the most mpg's. I have a 2010 Prius pushing 155,000 miles, which was my wife's car when we bought brand new in May 2009, she now has a 2016 Volt as her daily driver. I plan on replacing the Prius, which has been a dependable, fuel efficient car, 50+ overall mpg average, of course less in winter, 43-48 mpg, to 55 + mpg in summer. Calculated of course the computer is always off about 7% or so overstating the mpg, 50 mpg on the computer read out is really closer to 46-47 mpg when calculated. I like the looks of the Ioniq over that of the Prius, or the Prius Prime. The Prius Prime lacks the storage area and the 5th seat. The Ioniq Blue Drive, the base model with an EPA of 58 mpg, was at the top of my personal list but so little info on the Ioniq, especially the Blue Drive. From Wayne's review it looks like the Ioniq did not meet or beat the Prius in mpg's, as it should of, of course based on the EPA. As far as price the Ioniq Blue Drive is the lowest price I believe for any hybrid, except for the Prius C, which, in my opinion, is not that fuel efficient, as the heavier, larger, more horsepower, Prius, achieves more mpg's than the little Prius C, and is more comfortable as well. I would imagine you will not see a 2018 Prius C, in the current configuration, for sale with the 2018 model year. The good part, is that its nice to have choices. There was a time two hybrids were available, Toyota Prius, and the Honda Civic. How times have changed.