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Hyundai Ioniq 2020 review: Hybrid snapshot

The Hybrid is the cheapest way into the Ioniq range.

The Hybrid is the cheapest way into the Ioniq range, and arrives in Elite ($34,790) or Premium ($39,990) trims. 

The Hybrid Elite arrives with cloth seats, LED DRLs, a 10.25-inch multimedia (the biggest that's ever appeared in a Hyundai) screen that's both Apple CarPlay and Android Equipped, and an Infinity eight-speaker stereo. The alloys are 15 inches, and you'll find dual-zone climate control, LED DRLs, push-button start and proximity unlocking.

Stepping up the Hybrid Premium adds 17-inch alloy wheels, leather appointed seats, smart cruise, the seven-inch display in the driver's binnacle, LED headlights, heated and ventilated front seats and a sunroof. 

All Hybrids blend a 1.6-litre, four-cylinder petrol engine with a 32kW electric motor for combined outputs of 104kW and 265Nm. It's paired with a six-speed DCT automatic.

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Andrew Chesterton
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