2017 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid Pricing & Features Announced: Let the Buying Begin!
Ever since Hyundai revealed the name of its new trio of hybrid/electric vehicles in November 2015 and debuted them at 2016 Geneva Motor Show a year ago, customers have been itching to get their hands on these exciting new models. Promising to rival the overrated Toyota Prius and boost Hyundai’s sales numbers, the Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid, Ioniq Plug-in, and Ioniq Electric will serve as a much-needed expansion to Hyundai’s lineup.
After over a year of waiting, the first of the three–the 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid–is finally on sale to the public. We have pricing and feature information on it.
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Without further ado, the 2017 Ioniq Hybrid’s base price begins at a shocking $23,035–a couple thousand less than the cheapest Pruis Two. At the highest end, the Ioniq maxes out around $28,335.
With a price that low, you’d expect the Ioniq Hybrid to be bare-bones when it comes to features, but it’s backed with standard items like a rearview camera, Sport Driving Mode selector, automatic projector headlights, Proximity Key entry, push-button start, Integrated Bluetooth with Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, and a 7-inch touchscreen display. For added costs, the Ioniq can be equipped with optional automatic braking, blind spot detection, lane departure warning, LED lights, heated seats, automatic dimming rearview mirror, leather seats, Infinity Premium Audio, wireless device charging, and more.
If that’s got your attention, you’ll be even more excited to hear that the Ioniq Hybrid can achieve up to 58 mpg combined city/highway driving. Keep an eye on Hyundai’s website for the purchase configurator to be launched shortly for the Ioniq.