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Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid
4 stars - based on 14 reviews
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Car Review - Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid 1.6 GLS (A)
This is the Ioniq, the latest petrol-electric player to enter the fray, and Hyundai's first car to be built on a dedicated electrified vehicle platform.

The Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid was facelifted on Nov 2019.
Read our review of the facelifted version.

Comparison - Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid 1.6 GLS vs Toyota Prius Hybrid 1.8
Definitely better than the Prius! What a...  
The Ioniq is way more innovative in terms of technology, a car way smarter than the Prius and other similar Hybrid car offerings! Plus in times if I were to sit at the rear of the Ioniq, there's rear aircon vents unlike the Prius and most other Hybrid car options. Overall, the car definitely offers a whole experience of functionality and comfort on such a modern car for drivers as well as passengers! Well done, Hyundai!
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Bought the last unit available  
Been going around the showrooms for since last weekend starting with Japan car, followed by Conti brands and lastly Hyundai. Japan car - overpriced with less features if buy from dealer. Conti - still worry about higher maintenance although the price is competitive. Then came Hyundai Ioniq. The features are so fully packed that you will hard to match it with any other car in this price range. The full suites of active safety feature (Blind spot, lane keeping, AEB, SCC), passive safety features (7 airbags!), comfort (electric memory seat, ventilated seat) ticked all my requirement. Went for a test drive and the car is quiet at low speed especially when it is running on battery. Pick up is decent for family car. I also like the interior design. The use of soft touch material, the blue line theme etc. Unfortunately the HU does not support CarPlay, which is pretty standard nowadays. Waiting to get my hand onto it.
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