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2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Pricing and Specs


Hyundai Ioniq 6
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CarsGuide has published 6 expert reviews of the Hyundai Ioniq 6 2023. It has an average rating of 7.9 out of 10. Read all the reviews here.

The Hyundai Ioniq 6 2023 prices range from $60,500 for the basic trim level Sedan Ioniq 6 Ioniq 6 2WD (53.0Kwh) to $93,940 for the top of the range Sedan Ioniq 6 Epiq DSM AWD (77.4Kwh).

The Hyundai Ioniq 6 2023 comes in Sedan.

The Hyundai Ioniq 6 2023 is available in Electric. Engine sizes and transmissions vary from the Sedan 0.0L 1 SP Automatic to the Sedan 0.0L 1SP Automatic.

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Hyundai Ioniq 6 FAQs

Are there known transmission problems with the 2011 Hyundai iLoad?

There doesn't seem to be a huge number of similar complaints to yours, Len, but that's pretty cold comfort. You could have a problem with the transmission itself or the electronics that control it. Either way, it could be that the transmission is stuck in high gear as a form of limp-home mode to avoid doing any further damage to itself.

The first step is to have the vehicle scanned for fault codes. Sometimes, a fault will be logged that seems to have nothing to do with the symptom, but can still cause the havoc you're experiencing. Try a transmission specialist first, as it's a fair bet they will have seen this exact problem once or twice before.

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What is the difference in engine life between the petrol and diesel 2012 Hyundai iLoad?

Broadly speaking, diesel engines have longer life expectancies than their petrol equivalents. That's because the typical diesel has to be more strongly engineered to cope with its inherently higher compression ratio and heavier moving parts, which also means it runs slower with less stress.

However, the advent of turbocharging and higher diesel engine speeds have also seen some lighter duty diesel engines lose some of that under-stressed longevity, meaning that they're not living as long as some old-school, slow-revving, under-stressed diesels. Modern changes including DPF technology, exhaust gas recirculation (for emissions) and single-rail, high-pressure injection have also contributed to shorter working lifespans in some diesels.

In any case, the life you will get out of any engine is directly related to how well it's been serviced and maintained throughout that life. A petrol engine treated to proper servicing will easily outlast a diesel that has been neglected and abused. As for the Hyundai petrol engine in your van, the rule of thumb says you should be aiming for at least 200,000km before spending any meaningful money on repairs. Again, though, this is entirely dependent on regular maintenance.

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Questions about replacing the engine of a 2014 Hyundai ix35

If you're selling or trading-in the car, then a quality, tested second-hand engine from a wrecked iX35 is probably your best bet. This will be the cheaper option and even though you could spend a lot of money having the current engine reconditioned or a brand-new engine fitted, you'll find that won't affect the resale value as much as the extra outlay.

That said, it all depends on what's wrong with the current engine. If it's completely trashed, then a replacement is the go. But if your engine has simply stopped working for a potentially simple reason, then it might be worthwhile fixing it and maybe saving even more money. Either way, making your car a proper running vehicle again will definitely justify the cost as it's virtually worthless in a non-running state.

As for other brands of engines, the only viable choice is the same engine that make and model came with from the factory. Trying to fit anything else is a whole new car of very expensive worms.

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