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2020 PHEV Update

The numbers now go up to 3 digits. No more 99km/L maximum.
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 07-04-19, 10:51 AM
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The numbers now go up to 3 digits. No more 99km/L maximum.
Do we not have the option of showing it in L/100 KMs. That is the standard we use in Canada?
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I've always thought the European standard of litres per 100km rather daft. Kilometres per litre is a much better way to express fuel economy. (that is if you use the metric system)

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Well, I guess it is what you get used to. In Canada, the standard is now l/100 kms, used to be mpg, and car specs often show both. All my other cars have always displayed l/100 kms or mpg (setting choice).
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Well, I guess it is what you get used to. In Canada, the standard is now l/100 kms, used to be mpg, and car specs often show both. All my other cars have always displayed l/100 kms or mpg (setting choice).
Well, I went down to my dealer today and was able to confirm that the l/100km setting option is available here. What was interesting is that option was also available for the EV Ioniq, even though it does not have an ICE. But it shows the equivalent in electricity. So that makes it an easy and relevant comparison to other ICE vehicles when driving to see what your efficiency is both instant and average.


All good, that is what I was hoping/expecting to see.
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So anxious to get he IONIQ PHEV

I can't see getting the 2019 model when the 2020 has the much larger style Tablet style infotainment

Just hope the 2020 model gets to the USA before this October.

Also, I wish it had TWO physical knobs, one for volume and one for tuning.
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Also, I wish it had TWO physical knobs, one for volume and one for tuning.
The current generation has this. I'm not sure why you would want to downgrade to the new, less useful model.

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I just drove a Nissan rental car which only had one knob for volume, no knob for tuning. I hated it. The touch screen provided an entry field for direct entry of the desired station number but this was disabled while driving, so that was useless. It took me a long time to find arrow buttons to press for tuning. A knob is so much easier.

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The current generation has this. I'm not sure why you would want to downgrade to the new, less useful model.
Good point, but the forthcoming 2020 model has a 10 inch screen and newer technology and revamped dash. But yes, I love two physical knobs too
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Yup, I love my "old school" knobs too and the upgraded 8" (?) touch screen seems just right for me as well.

More or less the KISS principal.

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