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The Hyundai Ioniq hybrid, plug-in hybrid and battery electric vehicle range has been expected to be one of the watershed moments for the Australian EV market, mostly because of the expectations that the pure electric version would break the $50,000 barrier and still provide an acceptable driving range.

It turns out that is exactly the case. The full battery electric vehicle (BEV) version will come in at $45,000, with a range of 280km.
Link: Hyundai lets slip pricing for new Ioniq electric vehicle models
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I wonder if a John Cadogan review will follow. I like his stuff and he's always been a Hyundai proponent.

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Full prices released

Hyundai Australia updated their website (finally!) about a fortnight ago with full Ioniq pricing across the range. The $45,000 BEV price looks a little optimistic after taking into account dealer costs and government charges (which vary by Australian State or Territory of registration).


From the Hyundai Australia website (as at 27 Dec 2018), maximum "on the road" pricing -

Ioniq Hybrid $37,885 AUD - $43,648 AUD
Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid $45,253 AUD - $50,561 AUD
Ioniq Electric $49,253 AUD - $54,078 AUD

Each version comes in two models, "Elite" and "Premium", hence the wide range in pricing.
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Post Where to see Ioniq in Australia

Of the 173 Hyundai dealers in Australia, only 18 have been designated as "Blue-Drive" dealers, able to sell the Ioniq.
For Australian readers, here is the complete list because it's hard to find on their website.

Hyundai Australia Blue-Drive Dealer list

ACT
Lennock Hyundai, Phillip
NEW SOUTH WALES
Booth's Hyundai, North Gosford
Col Crawford Hyundai, Brookvale
Paul Wakeling Hyundai, Campbelltown
Ryde Hyundai, Ryde
Wagga Motors Hyundai, Wagga Wagga
QUEENSLAND
Gold Coast Hyundai, Southport
Keema Hyundai, Mt Gravatt
Zupps Aspley Hyundai, Aspley
SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Maughan Thiem Hyundai, Cheltenham
TASMANIA
Hyundai Hobart Motors, Hobart
VICTORIA
Baker Hyundai, Wodonga
Doncaster Hyundai, Doncaster
Lakeside Hyundai, Caroline Springs
South Morang Hyundai, Mill Park
WESTERN AUSTRALIA
John Hughes Hyundai, Victoria Park
Osborne Park Hyundai, Osborne Park
Wild West Hyundai, Wangara

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Interesting, there is a Hyundai dealer in Doncaster England too.

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Interesting, there is a Hyundai dealer in Doncaster England too.
Bit far for a commute though..?
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Bit far for a commute though..?

Fortunately we don't have to go to Canada for the four dealerships in Victoria
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Now that it is here can we speculate delivery month and pricing for the 2020 refresh?

I just had a phone call from my dealer advising me that my ioniq premium, order in Jan and due end of May will be no longer built.
I was offered an alternative vehicle in a different colour but was told it was the last one unallocated that will be delivered within our state. Hyundai have basically stopped making the 2019 28kw version for Australia.

Thoughts? Will they concentrate on the kona production now or will we start the new model ioniq delivered in July 2019?

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I just had a phone call from my dealer advising me that my ioniq premium, order in Jan and due end of May will be no longer built.
I was offered an alternative vehicle in a different colour but was told it was the last one unallocated that will be delivered within our state. Hyundai have basically stopped making the 2019 28kw version for Australia
My order was January as well. Now Iím worried. Or at least conflicted - Iíd be prepared to wait for the bigger battery, but am annoyed at Hyundai Australiaís lack of transparency.

Just want to know whatís happening at this point.

Is anything similar occurring in other countries?
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They are saying I can leave my deposit with them but can't promise delivery before Xmas.
We don't even now 100% what we will get here for the next Australian model.

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