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Hyundai Ioniq Numbers Flatten Chevy Bolt, Toyota Prius

Posted: Fri Jan 06, 2017 12:46 am
by aidan
The Hyundai Ioniq is here and it is set to take on the best hybrids and EVs currently in the market. In regards to the Toyota Prius, the official numbers of the Ioniq Hybrid has placed it well above the world’s top-seller.



The Ioniq is far more efficient that the standard Prius. The former has a 55mpg combined; 54 mpg highway, 55mpg city, while the latter has 52mpg combined; 50mpg highway, 54mpg city.

The Prius Eco, on the other hand, has 56mpg combined (53mpg highway, 58mpg city), but even that is not enough to beat the Ioniq Blue which has a 58mpg combined (57mpg highway, 59mpg city).

The Toyota hybrid isn’t the only one losing out to the Ioniq. The Chevrolet Bolt, despite being quite hot in the market right now, also falls short when placed next to the Ioniq Electric, which has been dubbed the most efficient electric car ever rated in the country.

The all-electric Hyundai has a combined equivalent fuel economy rating of 125MPGe while the Bolts sits at 119MPGe. The BMW i3 is the closes to the Hyundai with its 124MPGe combined. The world’s best-selling all-electric vehicle, the Nissan Leaf, is even lower at 112MPGe.

The Hyundai Ioniq has been garnering a lot of love from consumers as its Electric version has generated 1,300 buyers in South Korea, marking a 57 percent of the total EV sales for the market.

This would differ stateside, but it seems pretty obvious that the new Korean model would be a strong competitor to the Toyota Prius, Chevrolet Bolt, as well as the Nissan Lead in the U.S.


http://dailysunknoxville.com/hyundai-io ... /920015379

Re: Hyundai Ioniq Numbers Flatten Chevy Bolt, Toyota Prius

Posted: Mon Jan 09, 2017 10:23 pm
by jimmyjon
This is very impressive however let's get the ioniq on the road in North America so we can see if the claims ring true

Re: Hyundai Ioniq Numbers Flatten Chevy Bolt, Toyota Prius

Posted: Tue Jan 10, 2017 9:07 pm
by sam
jimmyjon wrote:This is very impressive however let's get the ioniq on the road in North America so we can see if the claims ring true


Impressive if it's true...We won't know that until (like you said) the ioniq gets on the road here

Re: Hyundai Ioniq Numbers Flatten Chevy Bolt, Toyota Prius

Posted: Wed Jan 11, 2017 4:37 pm
by ginforce
aidan wrote:
The Hyundai Ioniq is here and it is set to take on the best hybrids and EVs currently in the market. In regards to the Toyota Prius, the official numbers of the Ioniq Hybrid has placed it well above the world’s top-seller.



The Ioniq is far more efficient that the standard Prius. The former has a 55mpg combined; 54 mpg highway, 55mpg city, while the latter has 52mpg combined; 50mpg highway, 54mpg city.

The Prius Eco, on the other hand, has 56mpg combined (53mpg highway, 58mpg city), but even that is not enough to beat the Ioniq Blue which has a 58mpg combined (57mpg highway, 59mpg city).

The Toyota hybrid isn’t the only one losing out to the Ioniq. The Chevrolet Bolt, despite being quite hot in the market right now, also falls short when placed next to the Ioniq Electric, which has been dubbed the most efficient electric car ever rated in the country.

The all-electric Hyundai has a combined equivalent fuel economy rating of 125MPGe while the Bolts sits at 119MPGe. The BMW i3 is the closes to the Hyundai with its 124MPGe combined. The world’s best-selling all-electric vehicle, the Nissan Leaf, is even lower at 112MPGe.

The Hyundai Ioniq has been garnering a lot of love from consumers as its Electric version has generated 1,300 buyers in South Korea, marking a 57 percent of the total EV sales for the market.

This would differ stateside, but it seems pretty obvious that the new Korean model would be a strong competitor to the Toyota Prius, Chevrolet Bolt, as well as the Nissan Lead in the U.S.


http://dailysunknoxville.com/hyundai-io ... /920015379



Is this an older article because some of the info is wrong?

Re: Hyundai Ioniq Numbers Flatten Chevy Bolt, Toyota Prius

Posted: Sat Jan 14, 2017 3:53 am
by westernkicks
The link wasn't showing that it is an older article but you're right some of the information does seem to be a bit outdated