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at last I have my ioniq, handover was good, no noticeable interior scuffs or damage that I have found, car seems really good to drive.

dealer realized that no such things of mudflaps so got some money refunded on that one!

I know uk should get 5 years roadside assistant, but left completely forgetting about it, how do you set it up?
 

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at last I have my ioniq, handover was good, no noticeable interior scuffs or damage that I have found, car seems really good to drive.

dealer realized that no such things of mudflaps so got some money refunded on that one!

I know uk should get 5 years roadside assistant, but left completely forgetting about it, how do you set it up?
Nice! Get mine tomorrow!

What do you mean you got money refunded because of no mud flaps???

They just have a number to call in case of breakdown...nothing to setup as far as I am aware...was a card in with the handbook when we bought our i20 last year
 

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Nice! Get mine tomorrow!

What do you mean you got money refunded because of no mud flaps???

They just have a number to call in case of breakdown...nothing to setup as far as I am aware...was a card in with the handbook when we bought our i20 last year
ah I see, the dealer didn't go into much details of the handbook so I will check it tomorrow.

well the added the price of mudflaps in, so when they realized its not possible for this car, the refunded me that, so thats a few bob back in my pocket.

also to say I went with direct line who were 90quid cheaper than anywhere else on this car!

glad yours is tomorrow, you are going to love it! just want to drive it!
 

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I thought I saw mudflaps available on the build under accessories. You are better off without them, they cause significant wind drag.
 

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Did you guys get the hybrid or the electric version. Pardon the thread jacking but Has anyone here on the forum driven both the electric and hybrid versions. If I drive the hybrid, will it drive similarly to the electric?
 

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If I drive the hybrid, will it drive similarly to the electric?
I have only driven the electric, but cannot see how people (dealers especially) can say it drives the same as the hybrid.
Throttle response on the electric is instant in delivering torque to the wheels, to the point that it will wheelspin quite easily in sport mode, even when ‘booting it’ on the move rather than standstill.

Suspension setup is different too, with the electric getting torsion beam on the rear.

i think it would be unfair to describe the two as driving ‘the same or similar’.
 

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I have only driven the electric, but cannot see how people (dealers especially) can say it drives the same as the hybrid.
Throttle response on the electric is instant in delivering torque to the wheels, to the point that it will wheelspin quite easily in sport mode, even when ‘booting it’ on the move rather than standstill.

Suspension setup is different too, with the electric getting torsion beam on the rear.

i think it would be unfair to describe the two as driving ‘the same or similar’.
indeed, mine is the hybrid, but i an imagine the electric being even better, as love it when its in electric, defo next time, either plugin or full electric for me
 
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