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from http://www.hyundai.co.uk/ioniq-pricing/ioniq_my16_july_2016-2.pdf


IONIQ Price Guide
FUEL TYPE, CO 2, EMISSIONS, G/KM, INSURANCE GROUP, VED BAND BASIC, RETAIL PRICE VAT RETAIL PRICE, RECOMMENDED, ON THE ROAD, PRICE, P11D VALUE BIK TAX %
IONIQ Hybrid
Hybrid SE 1.6 GDi P 79 TBC A 16,130.00 3,226.00 19,356.00 19,995.00 19,940.00 15
Hybrid Premium 1.6 GDi P 79 TBC A 17,630.00 3,526.00 21,156.00 21,795.00 21,740.00 15
Hybrid Premium SE 1.6 GDi P 79 TBC A 19,130.00 3,826.00 22,956.00 23,595.00 23,540.00 15
IONIQ Electric
Electric Premium 28 Kwh N/A 0 TBC A 23,630.00 4,726.00 28,356.00 28,995.00 28,940.00 7
Electric Premium SE 28 KwH N/A 0 TBC A 25,130.00 5,026.00 30,156.00 30,795.00 30,740.00 7
Optional Extras
Metallic / Pearl Paint 470.83 94.17 565.00
17" alloy wheels* (Hybrid Premium SE only) 333.33 66.67 400.00































 

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SE offers the following features as standard:
15” alloy wheels
Air Conditioning - Duel Zone Climate Control
Automatic Headlights with Dusk Sensor
Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB)
Bluetooth ® Connectivity
Cruise Control - Smart Adaptive Cruise Control
Driver's Seat Lumbar Support (Electric)
Driver's Seat Manual Adjustments
Driver's Supervision Instrument Cluster with TFT
Display (4.2")
Front Passenger Seat Height Adjustment
Hill-start Assist Control (HAC)
Lane Departure Warning System with Lane Keep Assist
(LKAS)
Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel
Parking Sensors - Rear
Parking System - Rear Camera and Guidance System
Radio, RDS, DAB
Spare Wheel - Emergency Space Saver (Steel)
Speakers - 2 Tweeters, 2 Front, 2 Rear
Touchscreen Media Centre (5")
Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) with Individual
Tyre Pressure Display
USB and Aux Connections - Front
 

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Premium offers the following features over SE:


Automatic Dimming Rear View Mirror
Door Mirror Puddle Lights
Door Mirrors - Automatic Power Folding
Door Scuff - Chrome with IONIQ logo
Driver's Seat - Heated
Driver's Supervision Instrument Cluster with TFT Display (7")
Exterior Door Handles - Chrome Effect
Front Passenger's Seat - Heated
Headlight - Bi-Xenon
Interior Door Handles - Chrome Effect
Phone Connection - Android Auto
Phone Connection - Apple CarPlay
Positioning Lights - C Shape LED
Rear Air Vents - Centre Console
Rear Light - LED
Smart Key - Keyless Entry with Engine Start/Stop Button
Speakers - Upgraded Infinity Sound System - 1 Centre,
2 Tweeters, 2 Front, 2 Rear, 1 Subwoofer and 1 Ext Amp
Steering Wheel - Heated
Touchscreen Satellite Navigation (8") including Traffic
Messaging Channel, MapCare and TomTom LIVE Services
USB - Driver's Arm Rest (Charging Only)
Window Surround - Chrome Finish
Wireless Phone Charging Pad

 

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Premium SE offers the following features over Premium:

Wireless Phone Charging Pad
Alloy Pedals
Automatic Windscreen Wipers with Rain Sensor
Blind Spot Detection System (BSD)
Driver's Seat - Ventilated
Driver's Seat Electric Adjustments
Driver's Seat Memory Function
Front Passenger's Seat - Ventilated
Leather Effect Glove Box
Parking Sensors - Front and Rear
Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA)
Rear Seats (Outer) - Heated
Seat Trim - Leather - Seat Facings Only




















 

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Even with EPA mileage rating we'll still be a bit lost, when it comes to MPG's it's always about real world mileage. Aside from that, numbers provided are just a range.
 

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Real world comparisons are key to figuring out what the average should be kind of. Should be fun to see what it ends up being and how it compares to what manufacturer states
 

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They are, downside is it takes time to see those numbers but at least from the start with official numbers we have a baseline. But this is another good thing to batch with the other reason for holding off on a new car, and that is problems. New cars typically have them and waiting give you time to know how good or bad of a buy it could be.
 

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I'm sure it should fair perfectly well. I'm not gonna say it'll do better than them both, but it'll be in that general area. People typically don't even check or know about those things though. They just question if it has airbags.. maybe they'll ask how many
 
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