Hyundai Ioniq Electric is a competent competitor for other EVs

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There are many options for customers of they are looking for an affordable electric vehicles to opt choose from. For example, there is Nissan Leaf and there is also Volkswagen e-Golf. Not be behind the competition, Hyundai also came up with their own zero emission hatchback and they named it as Ioniq Electric. Hyundai Ioniq is also available under hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid disguise. With respect to styling of Hyundai Ioniq Electric, it is conservative in approach and is evident on the outside as well as in the inside. If anyone has seen BMW i3 they will understand what does the term conservative means here.

Hyundai Ioniq Electric is spacious enough accommodate three person at the back seat, but it won’t be comfortable for the third person. The boot space of the Hyundai Ioniq Electric is said to bigger and spacious than thee Volkswagen e-Golf, but it is little bit smaller than the Ioniq Hybrid. In this post, we will be showing you the review of this electric car. One of the most noticeable things in it is the noise when driven at high speed. This is one of the drawbacks of driving this EV.

Hyundai Ioniq Electric takes 10 seconds to reach 60mph from constant position and it takes 12 hours of charge for full recovery. If domestic 3-pin is used for charging then the time rises to 12 hours. The company claims that the range of this EV is 124 miles and there is a provision for fast charging. It takes 30 minutes to charge up to 80 per cent. The price of Hyundai Ioniq Electric in UK is £25,000 and with government grant it is cheaper than Volkswagen e-Golf. However, one shouldn’t forget about Nissan Leaf too.

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