new2evs
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Pricing on the Ioniq from Green Car Reports

Wed Mar 22, 2017 4:08 pm

Green Car Reports gave some newer information on the Ioniq last month. I am not too sure what it means that Hyundai will not actively market each model nationwide...so in some states there will be a lot of press and media and in others not so much.


The 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid starts at $23,035, while the Ioniq Electric model starts at $30,035.

Both base prices include an $835 destination charge, but not any federal, state, or local incentives that may apply to the Ioniq Electric model.

The Ioniq Hybrid is available in three trim levels, while the Ioniq Electric is available in two trims.

In addition to the base Blue trim level, the Ioniq Hybrid is available in higher-level SEL and Limited trims, priced from $24,785 and $28,335, respectively.
Hyundai also offers a Limited trim level on the Ioniq Electric, priced from $33,335.

All Ioniq models will be available to order in all 50 states, although Hyundai will not actively market each model nationwide.



http://www.greencarreports.com/news/110 ... c-at-30335

LAev
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Re: Pricing on the Ioniq from Green Car Reports

Thu Mar 30, 2017 1:26 am

The all electric Ioniq will have two trims offered:
A basic trim for $29,500.00 and a better equipped Limited model for $32,500.00 before its optional $3,500.00 Ultimate package


So does this mean only the two trims first and maybe at a later date the Ultimate package will be available

IonFight333
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Re: Pricing on the Ioniq from Green Car Reports

Thu Mar 30, 2017 3:59 pm

Does that mean the base Blue version's fuel economy EPA estimate is better than the other two? Why is that?

iQuin00palette
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Re: Pricing on the Ioniq from Green Car Reports

Sun Apr 02, 2017 6:22 am

Both base prices include an $835 destination charge, but not any federal, state, or local incentives that may apply to the Ioniq Electric model.


What does this mean? Can anyone in the Hyundai Ioniq forum find me the alternative fuels data, please?

SparkE
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Re: Pricing on the Ioniq from Green Car Reports

Sun Apr 02, 2017 6:46 pm

iQuin00palette wrote:
Both base prices include an $835 destination charge, but not any federal, state, or local incentives that may apply to the Ioniq Electric model.
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If you don't live in north america, it doesn't matter. I'm assuming you don't , because if you did - well, then you'd already know.

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