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2021 Hyundai Ioniq
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2021 Hyundai Ioniq Pricing and Specs

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$54,592*

The Hyundai Ioniq 2021 prices range from $51,650 for the basic trim level Hatchback Ioniq Electric Elite to $59,183 for the top of the range Hatchback Ioniq Electric Premium.

The Hyundai Ioniq 2021 is available in Electric and Hybrid with Regular Unleaded.

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Hyundai Ioniq Models SPECS PRICE
Electric Elite Electric1 speed automatic $41,100 – 52,580
Electric Elite Electric1 speed automatic $40,200 – 51,370
Electric Premium Electric1 speed automatic $44,900 – 56,760
Electric Premium Electric1 speed automatic $43,900 – 55,550
Hybrid Elite 1.6LHybrid with Regular Unleaded6 speed dual-clutch automatic $29,400 – 38,500
Hybrid Premium 1.6LHybrid with Regular Unleaded6 speed dual-clutch automatic $33,300 – 43,560
Hybrid Premium 1.6LHybrid with Regular Unleaded6 speed dual-clutch automatic $32,300 – 42,350
Plug-IN Hybrid Elite 1.6LHybrid with Regular Unleaded6 speed dual-clutch automatic $35,400 – 45,760
Plug-IN Hybrid Premium 1.6LHybrid with Regular Unleaded6 speed dual-clutch automatic $39,500 – 50,490
Plug-IN Hybrid Premium 1.6LHybrid with Regular Unleaded6 speed dual-clutch automatic $38,100 – 49,280

Hyundai Ioniq 2021 FAQs

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  • Hyundai Ioniq 2019: Should I purchase a petrol generator?

    I wouldn't like to advise you, I suggest you talk to the experts at Hyundai who should be able to help.

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  • Does the 2021 Hyundai Ioniq PHEV have sufficient power for overtaking on long drive?

    The Ioniq PHEV is not exactly a fast car in terms of its acceleration, but it will comfortably cruise at the legal limit. Certainly there are cars that are better at overtaking than the Hyundai PHEV, but it will still accelerate around slower traffic on the highway.

    Overtaking is a bit of a lost art these days with dual-lane freeways and it really doesn’t matter how powerful your car is if you don’t know how to overtake safely. The other thing to consider is that hybrids like the Ioniq are at their best in city and suburban traffic where the harvesting of energy otherwise lost during braking makes them most relevant. If all your driving is over long distances at cruising velocities, a conventional car with a conventional driveline might make more sense.

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