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  1. Hyundai IONIQ Plug-In Hybrid (PHEV) ('17-'21)
    I have just bought a brand new plug in hybrid Ioniq from a dealer in England UK. The car has been driven since I bought it on Friday last week. I have driven about 80 miles showing on the odometer. I fully charged the battery to test the batteries on electric mode. I selected electric mode...
  2. Hyundai IONIQ Electric (EV) ('17-'21)
    Hello, As the weather is changing here in Europe and we would like to have a little adventure and go to our skiing holiday with our electric ioniq 2019- model, we are looking into getting winter tires for our car, including rims. We are currently looking at second hand rims to reduce costs, the...
  3. Hyundai IONIQ Plug-In Hybrid (PHEV) ('17-'21)
    Hey everyone, new user here! Became the owner of a pre-owned 2018 Ioniq Plugin SE (Canadian version) earlier this year, and noticed the estimated electrical range was quite a bit lower than what it should be, at about 29 km on a full charge. My first thought was that the previous owner really...
  4. Hyundai IONIQ Electric (EV) ('17-'21)
    Hi everyone! New member here, made an account to hopefully get some advice on what to do. I recently purchased a 2019 Hyundai Ioniq EV 28kWh. I did pretty well with investments and shortly thereafter I bought myself a Tesla after a wonderful 2 month window with the Ioniq. My partner has...
  5. Hyundai IONIQ General Discussion
    Hy dear members. I have IONIQ EV 2018. How can I activate blue link in my car? Or blue link is not available this one? I’m new in the EV’s world. Someone help me please :D Thanks a lot!
  6. Hyundai IONIQ Electric (EV) ('17-'21)
    I leased a Hyundai Ioniq EV 2020. The service manual states that the tire rotation should be done every 5k miles/4 months and a full service every 15k miles/12 months. Can I do the tire rotation at home (front-back swap) or am I required to do it at the dealership.
  7. Charging Stations Discussion
    Hello, My name is Guillermo and I work for Ecoluz Consultores, a Spanish engineering company specialised in the segment of energy efficiency. We’re currently researching about the best and most affordable EV charging stations. We are looking for something like PowerCore Stations: high-quality...
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