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Hyundai IONIQ Electric vs. Hybrid Comparison (ENG) – Test Drive and Review

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    I have the Ioniq electric and what a great car. Saves me a fortune annually. It's the future.

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      Same for me, Scott. My annual savings compared to fossile fuel (I'm driving approximately 20 000 kilometres a year, I'm charging most of the time at home) is about NOK 8000 / €800 / £665. Then services are likely cheaper, I save money on road tax etc. And it's much better air to breath in 😉

      PS: I have the 28 kWh battery which works fine for me. I live in Norway.

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    I have the Ioniq electric and what a great car. Saves me a fortune annually. It's the future.

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      Same for me, Scott. My annual savings compared to fossile fuel (I'm driving approximately 20 000 kilometres a year, I'm charging most of the time at home) is about NOK 8000 / €800 / £665. Then services are likely cheaper, I save money on road tax etc. And it's much better air to breath in 😉

      PS: I have the 28 kWh battery which works fine for me. I live in Norway.

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    I have the Ioniq electric and what a great car. Saves me a fortune annually. It's the future.

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      Same for me, Scott. My annual savings compared to fossile fuel (I'm driving approximately 20 000 kilometres a year, I'm charging most of the time at home) is about NOK 8000 / €800 / £665. Then services are likely cheaper, I save money on road tax etc. And it's much better air to breath in 😉

      PS: I have the 28 kWh battery which works fine for me. I live in Norway.

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    I have the Ioniq electric and what a great car. Saves me a fortune annually. It's the future.

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      Same for me, Scott. My annual savings compared to fossile fuel (I'm driving approximately 20 000 kilometres a year, I'm charging most of the time at home) is about NOK 8000 / €800 / £665. Then services are likely cheaper, I save money on road tax etc. And it's much better air to breath in 😉

      PS: I have the 28 kWh battery which works fine for me. I live in Norway.

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    Valentines date in the Viet-Nam Orc dungeons of Mordor … i will come with you mister Frod…ahhmmm..Marek!! Whatever it takes, i will carry you trough the traffic jam!

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    Valentines date in the Viet-Nam Orc dungeons of Mordor … i will come with you mister Frod…ahhmmm..Marek!! Whatever it takes, i will carry you trough the traffic jam!

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    Valentines date in the Viet-Nam Orc dungeons of Mordor … i will come with you mister Frod…ahhmmm..Marek!! Whatever it takes, i will carry you trough the traffic jam!

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    Valentines date in the Viet-Nam Orc dungeons of Mordor … i will come with you mister Frod…ahhmmm..Marek!! Whatever it takes, i will carry you trough the traffic jam!

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    few humble notes of mine:
    1️⃣ fuel consumption of the hybrid is much too high (prius can lough out loudly at ioniq – when it comes to design, the opposite applies)
    2️⃣ EVs are not mature enough; there is not a lot of them and charging at the superchargers is already more expensive than petrol/diesel, which is sick
    3️⃣ just a reminder, that toyota hybrids do NOT have CVTs. the name is e-CVT, but it is a power split device (planetary gear). in terms of smoothness it's incomparably better than any AT/DCT.
    4️⃣ that vietnamese breakfast looked great 😋
    cheers from the other side of High Tatras 👍

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    few humble notes of mine:
    1️⃣ fuel consumption of the hybrid is much too high (prius can lough out loudly at ioniq – when it comes to design, the opposite applies)
    2️⃣ EVs are not mature enough; there is not a lot of them and charging at the superchargers is already more expensive than petrol/diesel, which is sick
    3️⃣ just a reminder, that toyota hybrids do NOT have CVTs. the name is e-CVT, but it is a power split device (planetary gear). in terms of smoothness it's incomparably better than any AT/DCT.
    4️⃣ that vietnamese breakfast looked great 😋
    cheers from the other side of High Tatras 👍

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    few humble notes of mine:
    1️⃣ fuel consumption of the hybrid is much too high (prius can lough out loudly at ioniq – when it comes to design, the opposite applies)
    2️⃣ EVs are not mature enough; there is not a lot of them and charging at the superchargers is already more expensive than petrol/diesel, which is sick
    3️⃣ just a reminder, that toyota hybrids do NOT have CVTs. the name is e-CVT, but it is a power split device (planetary gear). in terms of smoothness it's incomparably better than any AT/DCT.
    4️⃣ that vietnamese breakfast looked great 😋
    cheers from the other side of High Tatras 👍

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    few humble notes of mine:
    1️⃣ fuel consumption of the hybrid is much too high (prius can lough out loudly at ioniq – when it comes to design, the opposite applies)
    2️⃣ EVs are not mature enough; there is not a lot of them and charging at the superchargers is already more expensive than petrol/diesel, which is sick
    3️⃣ just a reminder, that toyota hybrids do NOT have CVTs. the name is e-CVT, but it is a power split device (planetary gear). in terms of smoothness it's incomparably better than any AT/DCT.
    4️⃣ that vietnamese breakfast looked great 😋
    cheers from the other side of High Tatras 👍

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    Your English is superb Marek! Wonderful review, better than some British produced reviews!

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    Your English is superb Marek! Wonderful review, better than some British produced reviews!

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    Your English is superb Marek! Wonderful review, better than some British produced reviews!

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    Your English is superb Marek! Wonderful review, better than some British produced reviews!

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    I get why you're saying that EVs don't make much sense in Poland. 9 years to recup the investment is a lot! However, it really depends on your market. Here in Québec (Canada), we have a 13 000$ incentive on EVs. An Ioniq EV is 32.5k while the comparable Hybrid is 31k (since it has no incentive). Add to that almost free hydro electricity (1-2$ per complete charge on the Ioniq) and it's a no-brainer. Having one of the two cars per family as an EV (or at least as a PHEV) is quite common in my area

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      And I envy you guys, because you have less emissions and noise pollution.

      (I'm copying the following from another comment I made earlier):
      In Poland we were supposed get up to 7k euro incentive (percentage of the EV's price), but only for EVs costing up to 29k euro. So really 4-5 models, mostly in base spec. The incentive was delayed many times, and finally the authorities realised that there would be a tax on the incentive, so they had to re-write the bill. Now there is talk of 4.5k euro incentive (probably tax free) on cars costing up to 29k euro, but nobody knows when it is going to be introduced.

      Also, this incentive would be available only for private individuals, not even for sole entrepreneurs. No leasing, no long-term rent. Only cash or bank loan.

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    I get why you're saying that EVs don't make much sense in Poland. 9 years to recup the investment is a lot! However, it really depends on your market. Here in Québec (Canada), we have a 13 000$ incentive on EVs. An Ioniq EV is 32.5k while the comparable Hybrid is 31k (since it has no incentive). Add to that almost free hydro electricity (1-2$ per complete charge on the Ioniq) and it's a no-brainer. Having one of the two cars per family as an EV (or at least as a PHEV) is quite common in my area

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      And I envy you guys, because you have less emissions and noise pollution.

      (I'm copying the following from another comment I made earlier):
      In Poland we were supposed get up to 7k euro incentive (percentage of the EV's price), but only for EVs costing up to 29k euro. So really 4-5 models, mostly in base spec. The incentive was delayed many times, and finally the authorities realised that there would be a tax on the incentive, so they had to re-write the bill. Now there is talk of 4.5k euro incentive (probably tax free) on cars costing up to 29k euro, but nobody knows when it is going to be introduced.

      Also, this incentive would be available only for private individuals, not even for sole entrepreneurs. No leasing, no long-term rent. Only cash or bank loan.

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    I get why you're saying that EVs don't make much sense in Poland. 9 years to recup the investment is a lot! However, it really depends on your market. Here in Québec (Canada), we have a 13 000$ incentive on EVs. An Ioniq EV is 32.5k while the comparable Hybrid is 31k (since it has no incentive). Add to that almost free hydro electricity (1-2$ per complete charge on the Ioniq) and it's a no-brainer. Having one of the two cars per family as an EV (or at least as a PHEV) is quite common in my area

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      And I envy you guys, because you have less emissions and noise pollution.

      (I'm copying the following from another comment I made earlier):
      In Poland we were supposed get up to 7k euro incentive (percentage of the EV's price), but only for EVs costing up to 29k euro. So really 4-5 models, mostly in base spec. The incentive was delayed many times, and finally the authorities realised that there would be a tax on the incentive, so they had to re-write the bill. Now there is talk of 4.5k euro incentive (probably tax free) on cars costing up to 29k euro, but nobody knows when it is going to be introduced.

      Also, this incentive would be available only for private individuals, not even for sole entrepreneurs. No leasing, no long-term rent. Only cash or bank loan.

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    I get why you're saying that EVs don't make much sense in Poland. 9 years to recup the investment is a lot! However, it really depends on your market. Here in Québec (Canada), we have a 13 000$ incentive on EVs. An Ioniq EV is 32.5k while the comparable Hybrid is 31k (since it has no incentive). Add to that almost free hydro electricity (1-2$ per complete charge on the Ioniq) and it's a no-brainer. Having one of the two cars per family as an EV (or at least as a PHEV) is quite common in my area

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      And I envy you guys, because you have less emissions and noise pollution.

      (I'm copying the following from another comment I made earlier):
      In Poland we were supposed get up to 7k euro incentive (percentage of the EV's price), but only for EVs costing up to 29k euro. So really 4-5 models, mostly in base spec. The incentive was delayed many times, and finally the authorities realised that there would be a tax on the incentive, so they had to re-write the bill. Now there is talk of 4.5k euro incentive (probably tax free) on cars costing up to 29k euro, but nobody knows when it is going to be introduced.

      Also, this incentive would be available only for private individuals, not even for sole entrepreneurs. No leasing, no long-term rent. Only cash or bank loan.

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    in my city 300,000 pop. around me only one charger 3 kW ChaDeMo and ACtype1 plugs, abt 0.30 Euro Cents/kWh (triple as home). Gasoline and diesel abt 1 Euro.

    Thus in between hybrid and electric IONIQ I choose manual 1.7 diesel KIA Sportage (24k USD incl taxes, fuel cons abt 6.5-7.5 city/ 5.5-6.0 roads).
    IONIC hybrid would be welcomed as a gift only…

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      Right. So you guys are where we were about 8 years ago in terms of EV infrastructure. Although assuming Ukraine is all about long distances between cities, EVs may not be right for you anyway.

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    in my city 300,000 pop. around me only one charger 3 kW ChaDeMo and ACtype1 plugs, abt 0.30 Euro Cents/kWh (triple as home). Gasoline and diesel abt 1 Euro.

    Thus in between hybrid and electric IONIQ I choose manual 1.7 diesel KIA Sportage (24k USD incl taxes, fuel cons abt 6.5-7.5 city/ 5.5-6.0 roads).
    IONIC hybrid would be welcomed as a gift only…

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      Right. So you guys are where we were about 8 years ago in terms of EV infrastructure. Although assuming Ukraine is all about long distances between cities, EVs may not be right for you anyway.

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    in my city 300,000 pop. around me only one charger 3 kW ChaDeMo and ACtype1 plugs, abt 0.30 Euro Cents/kWh (triple as home). Gasoline and diesel abt 1 Euro.

    Thus in between hybrid and electric IONIQ I choose manual 1.7 diesel KIA Sportage (24k USD incl taxes, fuel cons abt 6.5-7.5 city/ 5.5-6.0 roads).
    IONIC hybrid would be welcomed as a gift only…

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      Right. So you guys are where we were about 8 years ago in terms of EV infrastructure. Although assuming Ukraine is all about long distances between cities, EVs may not be right for you anyway.

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    in my city 300,000 pop. around me only one charger 3 kW ChaDeMo and ACtype1 plugs, abt 0.30 Euro Cents/kWh (triple as home). Gasoline and diesel abt 1 Euro.

    Thus in between hybrid and electric IONIQ I choose manual 1.7 diesel KIA Sportage (24k USD incl taxes, fuel cons abt 6.5-7.5 city/ 5.5-6.0 roads).
    IONIC hybrid would be welcomed as a gift only…

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      Right. So you guys are where we were about 8 years ago in terms of EV infrastructure. Although assuming Ukraine is all about long distances between cities, EVs may not be right for you anyway.

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    Thanks Marek for this, in România there are incentives for up to 10.000€ from the final purchase price. That would make sense to buy an electric instead of a hybrid, except that the charging stations are really rare and not as reliable(many go often in out of order). So, I don’t know in Poland but at least in Romania the only advantage I can find in buying an electric is to be a responsible person for the environment. Otherwise it gets no real value for money .

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      We were supposed get up to 7k euro incentive (percentage of the EV's price), but only for EVs costing up to 29k euro. So really 4-5 models, mostly in base spec. The incentive was delayed many times, and finally the authorities realised that there would be a tax on the incentive, so they had to re-write the bill. Now there is talk of 4.5k euro incentive (probably tax free) on cars costing up to 29k euro, but nobody knows when it is going to be introduced.

      Also, this incentive would be available only for private individuals, not even for sole entrepreneurs. No leasing, no long-term rent. Only cash or bank loan.

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      Marek Drives I forgot to specify that this incentive is given under the following conditions: you have a pre-euro5 car; you sell that car and get that 10k voucher only after you prove that you sold it. So your old car becomes a ticket for getting this voucher. Oh and the amount of vouchers are limited on a year basis.

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      @Lucian Lazar that's still relatively sensible.

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      @Marek Drives The hybrid also benefits from some 2000 euro incentive, so in Romania we can buy the top of the range (currently the only version available for the facelift) for 22.5 k euro, which is not bad. The consumption figures you got on your test worry me, though. I currently have a Mk3 Ford Focus with the 1 liter engine and I get 6l/100km as an average for long distance (mainly out-of-city) driving and I can get bellow 5 if I really want to go economical (I managed 4.2 as my best result). Does it make sense now to buy this hybrid? Or maybe the plug-in hybrid? Decisions-decisions…Thanks for the review!

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    Thanks Marek for this, in România there are incentives for up to 10.000€ from the final purchase price. That would make sense to buy an electric instead of a hybrid, except that the charging stations are really rare and not as reliable(many go often in out of order). So, I don’t know in Poland but at least in Romania the only advantage I can find in buying an electric is to be a responsible person for the environment. Otherwise it gets no real value for money .

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      We were supposed get up to 7k euro incentive (percentage of the EV's price), but only for EVs costing up to 29k euro. So really 4-5 models, mostly in base spec. The incentive was delayed many times, and finally the authorities realised that there would be a tax on the incentive, so they had to re-write the bill. Now there is talk of 4.5k euro incentive (probably tax free) on cars costing up to 29k euro, but nobody knows when it is going to be introduced.

      Also, this incentive would be available only for private individuals, not even for sole entrepreneurs. No leasing, no long-term rent. Only cash or bank loan.

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      Marek Drives I forgot to specify that this incentive is given under the following conditions: you have a pre-euro5 car; you sell that car and get that 10k voucher only after you prove that you sold it. So your old car becomes a ticket for getting this voucher. Oh and the amount of vouchers are limited on a year basis.

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      @Lucian Lazar that's still relatively sensible.

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      @Marek Drives The hybrid also benefits from some 2000 euro incentive, so in Romania we can buy the top of the range (currently the only version available for the facelift) for 22.5 k euro, which is not bad. The consumption figures you got on your test worry me, though. I currently have a Mk3 Ford Focus with the 1 liter engine and I get 6l/100km as an average for long distance (mainly out-of-city) driving and I can get bellow 5 if I really want to go economical (I managed 4.2 as my best result). Does it make sense now to buy this hybrid? Or maybe the plug-in hybrid? Decisions-decisions…Thanks for the review!

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    Thanks Marek for this, in România there are incentives for up to 10.000€ from the final purchase price. That would make sense to buy an electric instead of a hybrid, except that the charging stations are really rare and not as reliable(many go often in out of order). So, I don’t know in Poland but at least in Romania the only advantage I can find in buying an electric is to be a responsible person for the environment. Otherwise it gets no real value for money .

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      We were supposed get up to 7k euro incentive (percentage of the EV's price), but only for EVs costing up to 29k euro. So really 4-5 models, mostly in base spec. The incentive was delayed many times, and finally the authorities realised that there would be a tax on the incentive, so they had to re-write the bill. Now there is talk of 4.5k euro incentive (probably tax free) on cars costing up to 29k euro, but nobody knows when it is going to be introduced.

      Also, this incentive would be available only for private individuals, not even for sole entrepreneurs. No leasing, no long-term rent. Only cash or bank loan.

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      Marek Drives I forgot to specify that this incentive is given under the following conditions: you have a pre-euro5 car; you sell that car and get that 10k voucher only after you prove that you sold it. So your old car becomes a ticket for getting this voucher. Oh and the amount of vouchers are limited on a year basis.

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      @Lucian Lazar that's still relatively sensible.

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      @Marek Drives The hybrid also benefits from some 2000 euro incentive, so in Romania we can buy the top of the range (currently the only version available for the facelift) for 22.5 k euro, which is not bad. The consumption figures you got on your test worry me, though. I currently have a Mk3 Ford Focus with the 1 liter engine and I get 6l/100km as an average for long distance (mainly out-of-city) driving and I can get bellow 5 if I really want to go economical (I managed 4.2 as my best result). Does it make sense now to buy this hybrid? Or maybe the plug-in hybrid? Decisions-decisions…Thanks for the review!

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    Thanks Marek for this, in România there are incentives for up to 10.000€ from the final purchase price. That would make sense to buy an electric instead of a hybrid, except that the charging stations are really rare and not as reliable(many go often in out of order). So, I don’t know in Poland but at least in Romania the only advantage I can find in buying an electric is to be a responsible person for the environment. Otherwise it gets no real value for money .

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      We were supposed get up to 7k euro incentive (percentage of the EV's price), but only for EVs costing up to 29k euro. So really 4-5 models, mostly in base spec. The incentive was delayed many times, and finally the authorities realised that there would be a tax on the incentive, so they had to re-write the bill. Now there is talk of 4.5k euro incentive (probably tax free) on cars costing up to 29k euro, but nobody knows when it is going to be introduced.

      Also, this incentive would be available only for private individuals, not even for sole entrepreneurs. No leasing, no long-term rent. Only cash or bank loan.

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      Marek Drives I forgot to specify that this incentive is given under the following conditions: you have a pre-euro5 car; you sell that car and get that 10k voucher only after you prove that you sold it. So your old car becomes a ticket for getting this voucher. Oh and the amount of vouchers are limited on a year basis.

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      @Lucian Lazar that's still relatively sensible.

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      @Marek Drives The hybrid also benefits from some 2000 euro incentive, so in Romania we can buy the top of the range (currently the only version available for the facelift) for 22.5 k euro, which is not bad. The consumption figures you got on your test worry me, though. I currently have a Mk3 Ford Focus with the 1 liter engine and I get 6l/100km as an average for long distance (mainly out-of-city) driving and I can get bellow 5 if I really want to go economical (I managed 4.2 as my best result). Does it make sense now to buy this hybrid? Or maybe the plug-in hybrid? Decisions-decisions…Thanks for the review!

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    Ioniq EV and plug-in cost around the same in Ireland. €35,000 each.

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    Ioniq EV and plug-in cost around the same in Ireland. €35,000 each.

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    Ioniq EV and plug-in cost around the same in Ireland. €35,000 each.

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    Ioniq EV and plug-in cost around the same in Ireland. €35,000 each.

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    No shopping bag hooks should be some kind of crime alongside no USB chargers in the back

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    No shopping bag hooks should be some kind of crime alongside no USB chargers in the back

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    No shopping bag hooks should be some kind of crime alongside no USB chargers in the back

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    No shopping bag hooks should be some kind of crime alongside no USB chargers in the back

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    So pure electric cars can drive bus lane, thats great!

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    So pure electric cars can drive bus lane, thats great!

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    So pure electric cars can drive bus lane, thats great!

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    So pure electric cars can drive bus lane, thats great!

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    I have achieved 3.1 liter on motorway and 4.1 in city in summer with 2 adults in a car plus wheelchair.
    In winter extra 1.1 liter. I made over 28000 km with my Ioniq hybrid and I like it.

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    I have achieved 3.1 liter on motorway and 4.1 in city in summer with 2 adults in a car plus wheelchair.
    In winter extra 1.1 liter. I made over 28000 km with my Ioniq hybrid and I like it.

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    I have achieved 3.1 liter on motorway and 4.1 in city in summer with 2 adults in a car plus wheelchair.
    In winter extra 1.1 liter. I made over 28000 km with my Ioniq hybrid and I like it.

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    I have achieved 3.1 liter on motorway and 4.1 in city in summer with 2 adults in a car plus wheelchair.
    In winter extra 1.1 liter. I made over 28000 km with my Ioniq hybrid and I like it.

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    Martin Schwoerer

    very good video! As a matter of fact, your reviews, along with those of Bjorn Nyland are the only ones I watch on YouTube.

    In most countries with EV incentives, the price of the electric will be around €6k lower. And at least here in Germany, there are plenty of places where you can charge for free. And you'll never have to worry about inner-city low-emission tolls or barriers.

    Unfortunately, Hyundai changed the battery chemistry of the second-gen Ioniq, so it doesn't really fast charge any more. It throttles when it's cold or hot. It doesn't have liquid cooling, in contrast to Hyundai Kona, Kia Niro, Peugeot/Opel, and Tesla. But it has a long guarantee, so so you don't have to worry about degredation, at least.

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    Martin Schwoerer

    very good video! As a matter of fact, your reviews, along with those of Bjorn Nyland are the only ones I watch on YouTube.

    In most countries with EV incentives, the price of the electric will be around €6k lower. And at least here in Germany, there are plenty of places where you can charge for free. And you'll never have to worry about inner-city low-emission tolls or barriers.

    Unfortunately, Hyundai changed the battery chemistry of the second-gen Ioniq, so it doesn't really fast charge any more. It throttles when it's cold or hot. It doesn't have liquid cooling, in contrast to Hyundai Kona, Kia Niro, Peugeot/Opel, and Tesla. But it has a long guarantee, so so you don't have to worry about degredation, at least.

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    Martin Schwoerer

    very good video! As a matter of fact, your reviews, along with those of Bjorn Nyland are the only ones I watch on YouTube.

    In most countries with EV incentives, the price of the electric will be around €6k lower. And at least here in Germany, there are plenty of places where you can charge for free. And you'll never have to worry about inner-city low-emission tolls or barriers.

    Unfortunately, Hyundai changed the battery chemistry of the second-gen Ioniq, so it doesn't really fast charge any more. It throttles when it's cold or hot. It doesn't have liquid cooling, in contrast to Hyundai Kona, Kia Niro, Peugeot/Opel, and Tesla. But it has a long guarantee, so so you don't have to worry about degredation, at least.

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    Martin Schwoerer

    very good video! As a matter of fact, your reviews, along with those of Bjorn Nyland are the only ones I watch on YouTube.

    In most countries with EV incentives, the price of the electric will be around €6k lower. And at least here in Germany, there are plenty of places where you can charge for free. And you'll never have to worry about inner-city low-emission tolls or barriers.

    Unfortunately, Hyundai changed the battery chemistry of the second-gen Ioniq, so it doesn't really fast charge any more. It throttles when it's cold or hot. It doesn't have liquid cooling, in contrast to Hyundai Kona, Kia Niro, Peugeot/Opel, and Tesla. But it has a long guarantee, so so you don't have to worry about degredation, at least.

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    nickie Redshaw

    Great video thanks we have 2019 hybrid and love it does not like cold it simes but got 73 mpg uk other day 150 mile mixed driving and had upto 92 mpg in summer on 50 mile trip to the beach last summer think the difference between 2020 and 2017 hybrid is that in 2017 had 15 inch tires now in 2020 it has 17 inches tires about 10-15% more fuel used owners say.

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    nickie Redshaw

    Great video thanks we have 2019 hybrid and love it does not like cold it simes but got 73 mpg uk other day 150 mile mixed driving and had upto 92 mpg in summer on 50 mile trip to the beach last summer think the difference between 2020 and 2017 hybrid is that in 2017 had 15 inch tires now in 2020 it has 17 inches tires about 10-15% more fuel used owners say.

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    nickie Redshaw

    Great video thanks we have 2019 hybrid and love it does not like cold it simes but got 73 mpg uk other day 150 mile mixed driving and had upto 92 mpg in summer on 50 mile trip to the beach last summer think the difference between 2020 and 2017 hybrid is that in 2017 had 15 inch tires now in 2020 it has 17 inches tires about 10-15% more fuel used owners say.

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    nickie Redshaw

    Great video thanks we have 2019 hybrid and love it does not like cold it simes but got 73 mpg uk other day 150 mile mixed driving and had upto 92 mpg in summer on 50 mile trip to the beach last summer think the difference between 2020 and 2017 hybrid is that in 2017 had 15 inch tires now in 2020 it has 17 inches tires about 10-15% more fuel used owners say.

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    I thing Ioniq plug in is the best car you can have it has range up to 1200km and you really have best of both worlds there please caan you review the Ioniq plug in?

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    I thing Ioniq plug in is the best car you can have it has range up to 1200km and you really have best of both worlds there please caan you review the Ioniq plug in?

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    I thing Ioniq plug in is the best car you can have it has range up to 1200km and you really have best of both worlds there please caan you review the Ioniq plug in?

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    I thing Ioniq plug in is the best car you can have it has range up to 1200km and you really have best of both worlds there please caan you review the Ioniq plug in?

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    I see the just announced i20 has wireless CarPlay and AA. Is that the first in a Hyundai or Kia ?

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    I see the just announced i20 has wireless CarPlay and AA. Is that the first in a Hyundai or Kia ?

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    I see the just announced i20 has wireless CarPlay and AA. Is that the first in a Hyundai or Kia ?

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    I see the just announced i20 has wireless CarPlay and AA. Is that the first in a Hyundai or Kia ?

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    can you do one with the peugeot e208? real world range is still blurry on that one

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    can you do one with the peugeot e208? real world range is still blurry on that one

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    can you do one with the peugeot e208? real world range is still blurry on that one

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    can you do one with the peugeot e208? real world range is still blurry on that one

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    Hybrid. Electric needs to improve range and affordability

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    Hybrid. Electric needs to improve range and affordability

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    Hybrid. Electric needs to improve range and affordability

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    Hybrid. Electric needs to improve range and affordability

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    Same here in the Netherlands. The hybrid is €27K while the electric is €37K. You are not going to win that back any time soon just saving on cheaper electricity or maintenance. You are currently exempt from paying ownership taxes, but that will end in I think 2 or 3 years from now.
    There is however a big tax incentive for electric business cars, so they are mainly sold as business cars.

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      In Poland 70 percent of new cars are for business. There is no reliable data to determine how many cars are bought by sole proprietorships rather than fleet buyers, but let's just say my MX-5 is a company car as well 🙂

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    Same here in the Netherlands. The hybrid is €27K while the electric is €37K. You are not going to win that back any time soon just saving on cheaper electricity or maintenance. You are currently exempt from paying ownership taxes, but that will end in I think 2 or 3 years from now.
    There is however a big tax incentive for electric business cars, so they are mainly sold as business cars.

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      In Poland 70 percent of new cars are for business. There is no reliable data to determine how many cars are bought by sole proprietorships rather than fleet buyers, but let's just say my MX-5 is a company car as well 🙂

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    Same here in the Netherlands. The hybrid is €27K while the electric is €37K. You are not going to win that back any time soon just saving on cheaper electricity or maintenance. You are currently exempt from paying ownership taxes, but that will end in I think 2 or 3 years from now.
    There is however a big tax incentive for electric business cars, so they are mainly sold as business cars.

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      In Poland 70 percent of new cars are for business. There is no reliable data to determine how many cars are bought by sole proprietorships rather than fleet buyers, but let's just say my MX-5 is a company car as well 🙂

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    Same here in the Netherlands. The hybrid is €27K while the electric is €37K. You are not going to win that back any time soon just saving on cheaper electricity or maintenance. You are currently exempt from paying ownership taxes, but that will end in I think 2 or 3 years from now.
    There is however a big tax incentive for electric business cars, so they are mainly sold as business cars.

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      In Poland 70 percent of new cars are for business. There is no reliable data to determine how many cars are bought by sole proprietorships rather than fleet buyers, but let's just say my MX-5 is a company car as well 🙂

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    Honest as always. The best part is 9 years to cover difference in price hahaha. I hope that Suzuki Vitara Hybrid coming in videos ahead. Keep up the good work and all the best!

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    Honest as always. The best part is 9 years to cover difference in price hahaha. I hope that Suzuki Vitara Hybrid coming in videos ahead. Keep up the good work and all the best!

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    Honest as always. The best part is 9 years to cover difference in price hahaha. I hope that Suzuki Vitara Hybrid coming in videos ahead. Keep up the good work and all the best!

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    Honest as always. The best part is 9 years to cover difference in price hahaha. I hope that Suzuki Vitara Hybrid coming in videos ahead. Keep up the good work and all the best!

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    Lorenzo Alacayir

    I m a taxi driver and i achieve 60 mpg on average. 47 is low.

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    Lorenzo Alacayir

    I m a taxi driver and i achieve 60 mpg on average. 47 is low.

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    Lorenzo Alacayir

    I m a taxi driver and i achieve 60 mpg on average. 47 is low.

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    Lorenzo Alacayir

    I m a taxi driver and i achieve 60 mpg on average. 47 is low.

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    Clayton D'Cruz

    Electric doesn't make sense in Australia either !

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    Clayton D'Cruz

    Electric doesn't make sense in Australia either !

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    Clayton D'Cruz

    Electric doesn't make sense in Australia either !

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    Clayton D'Cruz

    Electric doesn't make sense in Australia either !

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    I like the Ioniq Hybrid more, but in Hybrid´s are Toyota is the champion. My C-HR has annual average 4,9 L. Electric cars make economically and ecologically no sense.

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    I like the Ioniq Hybrid more, but in Hybrid´s are Toyota is the champion. My C-HR has annual average 4,9 L. Electric cars make economically and ecologically no sense.

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    I like the Ioniq Hybrid more, but in Hybrid´s are Toyota is the champion. My C-HR has annual average 4,9 L. Electric cars make economically and ecologically no sense.

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    I like the Ioniq Hybrid more, but in Hybrid´s are Toyota is the champion. My C-HR has annual average 4,9 L. Electric cars make economically and ecologically no sense.

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    Szabolcs Fejér

    Renault Zoe 40 kWh, using for work and personal stuff between Hungary, and Romania, 26.000 km in 6 months. I save pretty much, though I can charge slow, 22 kW only, it lengthens the 770 km trip with 7 hours, but I have time 🙂 My parents have ioniq plugin hybrid, average consumption 2,7-3,5 l / 100 km, when we are not charging, just driving further, 4.5 l/100 km

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    Szabolcs Fejér

    Renault Zoe 40 kWh, using for work and personal stuff between Hungary, and Romania, 26.000 km in 6 months. I save pretty much, though I can charge slow, 22 kW only, it lengthens the 770 km trip with 7 hours, but I have time 🙂 My parents have ioniq plugin hybrid, average consumption 2,7-3,5 l / 100 km, when we are not charging, just driving further, 4.5 l/100 km

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    Szabolcs Fejér

    Renault Zoe 40 kWh, using for work and personal stuff between Hungary, and Romania, 26.000 km in 6 months. I save pretty much, though I can charge slow, 22 kW only, it lengthens the 770 km trip with 7 hours, but I have time 🙂 My parents have ioniq plugin hybrid, average consumption 2,7-3,5 l / 100 km, when we are not charging, just driving further, 4.5 l/100 km

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    Szabolcs Fejér

    Renault Zoe 40 kWh, using for work and personal stuff between Hungary, and Romania, 26.000 km in 6 months. I save pretty much, though I can charge slow, 22 kW only, it lengthens the 770 km trip with 7 hours, but I have time 🙂 My parents have ioniq plugin hybrid, average consumption 2,7-3,5 l / 100 km, when we are not charging, just driving further, 4.5 l/100 km

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    So basically just get a Prius

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      I'd suggest an MX-5, but if you actually need to transport people, and be kind(er) to the environment the Prius may be a better choice 🙂

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    So basically just get a Prius

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      I'd suggest an MX-5, but if you actually need to transport people, and be kind(er) to the environment the Prius may be a better choice 🙂

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    So basically just get a Prius

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      I'd suggest an MX-5, but if you actually need to transport people, and be kind(er) to the environment the Prius may be a better choice 🙂

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    So basically just get a Prius

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      I'd suggest an MX-5, but if you actually need to transport people, and be kind(er) to the environment the Prius may be a better choice 🙂

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    I just bought the last 2019 Ioniq Hybrid (not plug-in or Electric) in BC Canada back in Nov/Dec and my BEST L/km is currently 3.1L/100km

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    I just bought the last 2019 Ioniq Hybrid (not plug-in or Electric) in BC Canada back in Nov/Dec and my BEST L/km is currently 3.1L/100km

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    I just bought the last 2019 Ioniq Hybrid (not plug-in or Electric) in BC Canada back in Nov/Dec and my BEST L/km is currently 3.1L/100km

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    I just bought the last 2019 Ioniq Hybrid (not plug-in or Electric) in BC Canada back in Nov/Dec and my BEST L/km is currently 3.1L/100km

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    electric is smooth like cvt, and quite, in some cities parking is also free for electric cars. ironically the prius is so loud at speed that engine work not noticeable at all, and engine stops when the car stops, complete illusion of an electric car.

    but main argument would be inconvenience of waiting near charging point, unless you have private house.

    so main point – electric car has to be charged where is parked for long time for your needs not the car's 😉

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    electric is smooth like cvt, and quite, in some cities parking is also free for electric cars. ironically the prius is so loud at speed that engine work not noticeable at all, and engine stops when the car stops, complete illusion of an electric car.

    but main argument would be inconvenience of waiting near charging point, unless you have private house.

    so main point – electric car has to be charged where is parked for long time for your needs not the car's 😉

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    electric is smooth like cvt, and quite, in some cities parking is also free for electric cars. ironically the prius is so loud at speed that engine work not noticeable at all, and engine stops when the car stops, complete illusion of an electric car.

    but main argument would be inconvenience of waiting near charging point, unless you have private house.

    so main point – electric car has to be charged where is parked for long time for your needs not the car's 😉

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    electric is smooth like cvt, and quite, in some cities parking is also free for electric cars. ironically the prius is so loud at speed that engine work not noticeable at all, and engine stops when the car stops, complete illusion of an electric car.

    but main argument would be inconvenience of waiting near charging point, unless you have private house.

    so main point – electric car has to be charged where is parked for long time for your needs not the car's 😉

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    I have a 2019 hybrid(pre face lift) best I have had is 68 MPG (UK). Also I am not a slow driver, I use sport a lot.

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    I have a 2019 hybrid(pre face lift) best I have had is 68 MPG (UK). Also I am not a slow driver, I use sport a lot.

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    I have a 2019 hybrid(pre face lift) best I have had is 68 MPG (UK). Also I am not a slow driver, I use sport a lot.

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    I have a 2019 hybrid(pre face lift) best I have had is 68 MPG (UK). Also I am not a slow driver, I use sport a lot.

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    My next car is to be the Ioniq Hybrid Premium SE. I will all things being equal keep it for 3 years. If I am happy with it & it remains available to me I may well replace my old one with one of updated spec. But only time will tell?

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    My next car is to be the Ioniq Hybrid Premium SE. I will all things being equal keep it for 3 years. If I am happy with it & it remains available to me I may well replace my old one with one of updated spec. But only time will tell?

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    My next car is to be the Ioniq Hybrid Premium SE. I will all things being equal keep it for 3 years. If I am happy with it & it remains available to me I may well replace my old one with one of updated spec. But only time will tell?

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    My next car is to be the Ioniq Hybrid Premium SE. I will all things being equal keep it for 3 years. If I am happy with it & it remains available to me I may well replace my old one with one of updated spec. But only time will tell?

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    Sonnenschein Sommer

    always a picture of joy, the Polish fog

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    Sonnenschein Sommer

    always a picture of joy, the Polish fog

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    Sonnenschein Sommer

    always a picture of joy, the Polish fog

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    Sonnenschein Sommer

    always a picture of joy, the Polish fog

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    Markus Langguth

    Thanks for the funny and informative test!The partnership of you two is productive and heart warming and the sandwiches looked delicious! :)I like the looks of the car, especially in blue but how is the alround visibility with that fastback shape?Does the facelift hybrid still have that awful foot break? I could not really see that, onyl that the electric version has an electric parking break.In Germany you get a significant financial incentive to buy the electric version, so the evening out would not take that long.How about a comparative test between the Ioniq Hybrid and the Toyota Corolla 2,0? 😀

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      Visibility is not great. There is now an electronic parking brake. I'll have to drive a Corolla again to refresh my memory. I'd say the Ioniq in general is the better car to drive every day, but Corolla is the better hybrid.

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    Markus Langguth

    Thanks for the funny and informative test!
    The partnership of you two is productive and heart warming and the sandwiches looked delicious! 🙂

    I like the looks of the car, especially in blue but how is the alround visibility with that fastback shape?
    Does the facelift hybrid still have that awful foot break? I could not really see that, onyl that the electric version has an electric parking break.

    In Germany you get a significant financial incentive to buy the electric version, so the evening out would not take that long.

    How about a comparative test between the Ioniq Hybrid and the Toyota Corolla 2,0? 😀

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      Visibility is not great.
      There is now an electronic parking brake.
      I'll have to drive a Corolla again to refresh my memory. I'd say the Ioniq in general is the better car to drive every day, but Corolla is the better hybrid.

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    Markus Langguth

    Thanks for the funny and informative test!
    The partnership of you two is productive and heart warming and the sandwiches looked delicious! 🙂

    I like the looks of the car, especially in blue but how is the alround visibility with that fastback shape?
    Does the facelift hybrid still have that awful foot break? I could not really see that, onyl that the electric version has an electric parking break.

    In Germany you get a significant financial incentive to buy the electric version, so the evening out would not take that long.

    How about a comparative test between the Ioniq Hybrid and the Toyota Corolla 2,0? 😀

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      Visibility is not great.
      There is now an electronic parking brake.
      I'll have to drive a Corolla again to refresh my memory. I'd say the Ioniq in general is the better car to drive every day, but Corolla is the better hybrid.

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    Markus Langguth

    Thanks for the funny and informative test!
    The partnership of you two is productive and heart warming and the sandwiches looked delicious! 🙂

    I like the looks of the car, especially in blue but how is the alround visibility with that fastback shape?
    Does the facelift hybrid still have that awful foot break? I could not really see that, onyl that the electric version has an electric parking break.

    In Germany you get a significant financial incentive to buy the electric version, so the evening out would not take that long.

    How about a comparative test between the Ioniq Hybrid and the Toyota Corolla 2,0? 😀

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      Visibility is not great.
      There is now an electronic parking brake.
      I'll have to drive a Corolla again to refresh my memory. I'd say the Ioniq in general is the better car to drive every day, but Corolla is the better hybrid.

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