Since there are three completely different Hyundai Ioniq models, it is really your preferences and driving habits that will determine which model is the best choice for your Terrell, TX driveway. From the most familiar to the most modern, Randall Noe Hyundai will help you decide which Hyundai Ioniq is right for you.

Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid

As both the most familiar and most practical model of the bunch, the Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid gives you everything you expect from a daily driver, but helps you stretch your fuel budget farther than you had ever imagined. With up to 59 mpg highway and 57 mpg city you’ll have no problem passing up the gas station on your way to the office. In the back, 26 cubic feet of cargo space means plenty of room for groceries, luggage, golf bags, or whatever else you have to bring home.

Hyundai Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid

What differentiates a Plug-in Hybrid from a standard hybrid model is the ability to drive on electric power alone. In the Ioniq PIH, you’ll get nearly 30 miles of fuel-free range, while the combined gasoline-electric range is an impressive 630 miles. You will lose some trunk space to make room for the extra batteries, but the 23 cubic feet is still plenty of hollow space for your stuff.

Hyundai Ioniq Electric

If you want to avoid using fuel altogether, the Hyundai Ioniq EV is the most advanced Ioniq option. It features the same 23 cubic feet of trunk space as the Plug-in Hybrid model, but you will never have to find a gas station to get to your next destination. The range of a single charge is 170 miles, but is also the most powerful Ioniq model at 134 horsepower and 218 pound-feet of torque. Regenerative braking will help you stretch your range a bit further in slow traffic, and you’ll be able to recover 80 percent of your charge in under an hour on a DC Fast Charger.

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