I am coming up on my one year anniversary of owning a Ioniq Hybrid Limited and I thought it would be a good idea to express my thoughts about owning and driving it for the past year. The Ioniq is about to come up on 15,000 US miles. It has mostly been driven in the central Arkansas with two trips to Texas and one trip to Kentucky. Over the entire year I have averaged 50 MPG-US. I have had no mechanical issues and it has had two maintenance services. I have had one windshield replaced due to rock damage. I have made three modifications to the Ioniq: I purchased a spare wheel and tire, I installed all weather floor and trunk mats, and I had a black pinstripe had painted along the side from front to rear. It has been the most reliable vehicle I have ever owned. I discovered early on the advertised MPG of 55 city/54 highway were not my real world figures. Sure if you drive in the city at 20-30 MPH and do not have many stop lights or signs then 55 MPG or better is achievable. And on the highway if one travels at 50 MPH on mostly level surfaces then 54 MPG or better can be had. I rarely have experienced either of those scenarios. Over all the Ioniq seems to be well put together. I have experiences no unusual noises or rattles. The seats are comfortable and the sound system is outstanding. For its size luggage capacity is awesome – I have even put some eight foot 2X4’s in it and closed the hatch! There are a few things that I wish were different, like the bar going across the rear hatch window and no wiper there either, but I knew about those things before purchasing and I live with it. For this first year the Ioniq has been a good vehicle. I am planning to replace it in a year or so with an all electric vehicle.