Those expecting December delivery - MORNING LISA will be arriving in the UK in less than 48 hours
Congratulations. Which broker/dealer is it? Do you know? That's great service. Looks like your car is on the MORNING LISAJust been told I'm getting it delivered Monday 1st Dec. Just three weeks after ordering through a broker. The mystery of the electric shadow colour will then be solved!
That is quite strange! I'd ask do you have a date written in your agreement?After looking at the comments over the past few weeks I decided to talk to my salesman yesterday. It was a bit perplexing really.
Apparently my car is waiting on the dockside for shipment but it does not have an allocated chassis number yet just the original order number.
I would have thought if it was built it should have a chassis number, or am I wrong?
He still tells me it will be a mid Jan delivery, but I am starting to wonder especially as when I ordered the car in October it was on the dockside awaiting shipment. It appears to have missed a few ships since then.
Fantastic! That's the quickest turnaround ever. Do you know which dealer is preparing the car? Did they tell you or did you have to ask them for the date?Had it confirmed today. Car will be delivered to my door by Hyundai Monday 2nd December. I'm counting the days! 🚗🚗🚗
I know someone who has the 30KWh leaf and in terms of quality of build, drive etc there are no issues. However, here are my top 5 reasons why I went for the Ioniq over the Leaf (and others):I've never sat in let alone driven a Leaf and haven't had a chance to look at the spec or range yet, does anyone have any experience or thoughts.......does this sound like a good deal?
Congrats on going fully electric. I was just wondering if you were like me and used the plug in hybrid to get the confidence to go fully electric?I ordered an Ioniq 38 kWh Premium Plus today, and I will get it on Friday - just two days from now! The fast delivery is due to it being a car that the dealer had in stock. I would have preferred the Premium trim (without the "Plus"), but I got a really great deal which shaved off a lot of the price difference. If I had insisted on the Premium trim, I would have had to wait at least a couple of months, possibly more.
Like many of you have already reported, they don't have any rubber mats yet that fit this car. Instead, I will get protective textile mats for free, which might have been a more expensive option.
Time to say goodbye to my trusty 2018 Ioniq Plug-In and go fully electric!
That's pretty much it, yes. I made a habit of driving the PHEV as much as possible on electricity, but found that the 45-55 km electric range wasn't quite enough for my needs. If I had known what I know today, I would probably have gone for the electric model from day one.Congrats on going fully electric. I was just wondering if you were like me and used the plug in hybrid to get the confidence to go fully electric?
Congratulations! I should be getting mine in the next week or so here in the UKThat's pretty much it, yes. I made a habit of driving the PHEV as much as possible on electricity, but found that the 45-55 km electric range wasn't quite enough for my needs. If I had known what I know today, I would probably have gone for the electric model from day one.
Still, I think that the PHEV is a sensible choice if you want to get your feet wet.
(Several years ago, I quite literally got my feet wet in a Saab 900 when I had a coolant leak...)