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2024 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Pricing and Specs

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$65,500*
Hyundai Ioniq 6

The Hyundai Ioniq 6 2024 prices range from $65,500 for the basic trim level Sedan Ioniq 6 Ioniq 6 2WD (53.0Kwh) to $88,500 for the top of the range Sedan Ioniq 6 Epiq DSM AWD (77.4Kwh).

The Hyundai Ioniq 6 2024 comes in Sedan.

The Hyundai Ioniq 6 2024 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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Increasing oil level in a 2012 Hyundai ix35

This was a huge problem for manufacturers back when turbo-diesels first started using Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF). The problems started when owners were using their diesel-powered vehicles just as they had their previous petrol cars. That is, for short, urban journeys where the exhaust system never got hot enough to perform a DPF regeneration (which is critical to the way these filters reduce tailpipe emissions).


To counter that, some manufacturers programmed the engine to dump extra fuel into the exhaust to get it hot enough for a DPF regeneration. Inevitably, however, sometimes some of that extra fuel found its way past the piston rings and into the engine's sump. And suddenly, there was more oil in the sump one day than had been there the previous day.


The problem there was that the diesel now in the sump was actually diluting the engine's lubricating oil, and that could lead to accelerated engine wear and bearing failure. The best solution – then and now – is to make sure you drive the vehicle at freeway speeds for at least an hour every three or four weeks. That will get things hot enough for the DPF to regenerate if it has to, and not rely on the extra diesel the computer will pour into the engine.


You could be looking at a specific DPF problem or maybe a software glitch that is messing up the regeneration, but if the level on the dipstick is rising, then I'd say that's your problem.

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My 2023 Hyundai Tucson N Line is revving high before changing gears

The engine in a modern car has inbuilt protection where it won't rev beyond what is safe for it. So you needn't worry about that. But a vehicle that wants to hold gears too long can become tiring to drive, as well as using more fuel than it might if its shifted gears at lower engine speeds.


Your car has what are called drive modes which tailor the aggressiveness of the throttle and alter gearshift points to tailor the car's behaviour in different conditions. My suspicion is that your car is set on Sport which is what's making it feel a bit hyperactive. There's a switch on the centre console which will allow you to change the Drive mode to Comfort or Normal. Try that to see if it tames the gearbox's behaviour.

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My 2018 LDV T60 is making air noise under load

The engine in a modern car has inbuilt protection where it won't rev beyond what is safe for it. So you needn't worry about that. But a vehicle that wants to hold gears too long can become tiring to drive, as well as using more fuel than it might if its shifted gears at lower engine speeds.


Your car has what are called drive modes which tailor the aggressiveness of the throttle and alter gearshift points to tailor the car's behaviour in different conditions. My suspicion is that your car is set on Sport which is what's making it feel a bit hyperactive. There's a switch on the centre console which will allow you to change the Drive mode to Comfort or Normal. Try that to see if it tames the gearbox's behaviour.

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* Price is based on the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price for the lowest priced Hyundai Ioniq 6 2024 variant. The Price excludes costs such as stamp duty, other government charges and options.

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