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Hello All.
I am new to everything here. Specifically, I have never before driven any sort of electric or hybrid car, or any sort of Hyundai, and I very rarely post on forums of any sort. However, I have recently traded in my 2015 1.0L Ford Focus Estate for a 2020 Premium SE Ioniq Plug-in, and decided to share my thoughts about it. I am about to post them on the Plug-in forum.
 

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Welcome to the forum. You've got yourself a great car, hope you enjoy it.
 

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Yes, welcome and congratulations as well!

Your story sounds much like my own, the more you drive your car, the more you'll love it! :)
 

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Welcome to the forum. You've got yourself a great car, hope you enjoy it.
Thanks for the welcome, Jonboy. Yes, I definitely am enjoying it so far.
 

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Yes, welcome and congratulations as well!

Your story sounds much like my own, the more you drive your car, the more you'll love it! :)
Thanks a lot. I'm sure I will. Does your PHEV love your Canadian weather?
 

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Thanks a lot. I'm sure I will. Does your PHEV love your Canadian weather?
I find with the extra weight my PHEV is packing over my previous Honda Civic that it feels great in the light stuff and ice.

However with just my OEM Michelin - All Seasons and after a 6-8" dumping overnight, I've decided that discretion is the better part of valor, so today will be a "snow day" until the roads get some clearing and salt.

Unusual conditions for Vancouver, climate change anyone?

Best be safe out there!
 

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Thumbs up for the hula girl on the dash. Doesn't seem to go along with the snow tho. :D
 
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Thumbs up for the hula girl on the dash. Doesn't seem to go along with the snow tho. :D
Thanks @lonko.
My little hula St. Christopher is on velcro, she's easy to relocate & travels light, unlike my DW. ;)
She's been with me many a year and many a car. :)
 
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