Electric vehicles and hybrids are trending and have been for a while. Many car manufacturers are adding them to brand lineups to give drivers more eco-friendly options. Hyundai followed suit in 2017 with the Ioniq and has been improving on it every year. While the 2020 Ioniq didn’t get any major upgrades, there are some notable changes.
2020 Hyundai Ioniq
The 2020 Hyundai Ioniq is one of the more affordable electric cars. But this car isn’t just affordable, it is also one of the best electric vehicles on the market when you think about features and value. Drivers looking at the Prius but want a more traditional looking car should consider the Ioniq before making a purchase. This electric vehicle offers both style and value.
2020 Hyundai Ioniq Specs
As with any electric vehicle, the power under the hood is not anything that is going to be able to race a traditional engine, however, the fuel economy is great at 58 MPG. That fuel economy is the best drivers will get from a car that doesn’t need to be plugged in. The engine and battery pack give the Ioniq a combined 139 hp from the 1.6-L inline-four cylinder engine. One of the best features is that the Hyundai Ioniq can jump-start itself.
2020 Hyundai Ioniq Trims
The 2020 Hyundai Ioniq has four trim levels that give drivers more options to meet their needs and vehicle desires. The most popular trim level is actually the base level. It is called the Blue trim level and offers a combination of value and features. It has front-wheel drive and seven exterior colors to choose from. The Blue also is loaded with standard safety and convenience features.
The other trim levels that go up from there are the SE, SEL, and Limited. There are added features for safety, comfort, and convenience such as internet access and speed-sensitive volume controls, among other features. Each trim level does build on the other however, the Blue trim level has so many features for the price point that it is by far the most popular trim level package.
2020 Hyundai Ioniq Pricing
The pricing of the 2020 Hyundai Ioniq is competitive with other comparable vehicles such as the Toyota Prius but the Ioniq has a better combination of value and features as well as a better overall aesthetic look. The Blue trim level starts at a price of $23,200, making it an affordable and budget-friendly option. The price can increase with the addition of optional packages.
The SE and SEL trim levels still offer value and keep the price point under $30,000. The SE trim level starts at $25,150 and the SEL starts at $28,400. Both have optional packages available. The Limited trim level is the highest price point starting at $31,200.
The differences between the trim levels are better discovered in person. To see the differences between the trim levels for yourself and schedule a test drive, call Greg May Hyundai or stop in today.