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2017 Hyundai Ioniq HybridReview
Elizabeth writes:
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Love this car. The moment we sat in it we loved how it drove. The interior is very nice for the cost and has Apple car play, blind spot indicator and great mileage. We drove it right away on a 2.5 hr trip and it was pretty comfortable. Definitely recommend this if you’re moving to a hybrid

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Thomas writes:
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Nice car but the dealers have to many add ons for total price

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Roger writes:
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very gas efficient. love it. highly recommend. better than prius

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Salman writes:
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Cool compact best for price better than Prius .

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Alan writes:
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Car layout is familiar to my Sonata and enjoyable. Rear window view is slightly obscured by a divider, similar to other hatchbacks with sloping rear window. If that wasnt the situation, Id rate it 5/5 stars.

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2017 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid SEL Hatchback FWD Review
Lucas says:
vs2017 Kia Niro LX
2017 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid SEL Hatchback FWD winning categories:
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vs2017 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE FWD
2017 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid SEL Hatchback FWD winning categories:
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Handling Ranked 2017 Kia Niro LX worse.
"Electric steering"
Back Seats Ranked 2017 Kia Niro LX better.
"Better for taller people"
Cargo Capacity Ranked 2017 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE FWD worse.
"More space in trunk!"
Value Ranked 2017 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE FWD worse.
"Great price"
2017 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid Blue Hatchback FWD Review
Jon says:
After driving both as second hand but low mileage cars, I helped my son to buy the Hyundai Ioniq. While the Prius is a ubiquitous standard for this type of car, and a trusted brand, we felt the Hyundai was a better product, had a better warranty and was a much better value, almost five thousand dollars less than a comparable Toyota. My son is getting 60+ MPG on his hour long daily commute to work.
vs2017 Toyota Prius
2017 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid Blue Hatchback FWD winning categories:
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2017 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid SEL Hatchback FWD Review
Swimhill03 says:
vs2017 Toyota Prius
2017 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid SEL Hatchback FWD winning categories:
  • Power
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Value Ranked 2017 Toyota Prius worse.
"Sport gear, display system, cargo space"
2017 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid Review
Went to test drive a Prius Persona that I liked a lot. But the dealer suggested to compare the Ioniq which we did and generally preferred over the Prius. Faster, more nimble, better fuel mileage, better handling and lower cost made the Ioniq my choice.
vs2015 Toyota Prius Persona Series
2017 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid winning categories:
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  • Family Car
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Power Ranked 2015 Toyota Prius Persona Series worse.
"Well, the Prius engine is based on over a decade old design, while the Ioniq Kappa is a newer GDI with a larger electric motor and more smaller injectors for a more even (and cleaner) burn than the Prius with the fewer larger injector ports. "
Handling Ranked 2015 Toyota Prius Persona Series worse.
"Neither suspension is performance driven. But the Hyundai has more nimble acceleration which helps it to launch around a corner with power instead of suspension alone. The Prius is tolerable to drive: while the Ioniq is literally fun to drive. The Ioniq really flies and going up Angeles Crest highway: I can pass most 4 wheel vehicles and eat Prius for lunch each and every single day. Have even had a few try to give me a run for it. Sad really. I almost ended up on one of those sluggish obsolete designs. "
Looks/Style Ranked 2015 Toyota Prius Persona Series worse.
"The front and sides of the Ioniq look almost like a sports car. Not really a fan of the rear of either car. From the side: the Prius has a no-nonsense utilitarian box shape while the Ioniq has the graceful swept sides that were copied from more upscale models. As I drive around: I see other cars that predated the Ioniq that obviously influenced the body shape of the Ioniq: it copied and was influenced by higher end and performance models. The cockpit of the Ioniq is night and day superior to the Prius which has a most unwieldy instrument cluster."
Front Seats Ranked 2015 Toyota Prius Persona Series better.
"The Prius Persona that I test drove had leather trimmed seats with fabric in the center panels and leather on the sides and door panels. I love the look and feel of leather, far more than fabric. "
Back Seats Ranked 2015 Toyota Prius Persona Series better.
"The Prius Persona has leather seats while the Ioniq SEL has fabric seats and the seat material is a bit rough, though very attractive in a 2 tone color."
Cargo Capacity Ranked 2015 Toyota Prius Persona Series worse.
"The Prius cargo space is tiny, while the Ioniq cargo space is spacious. Cannot understate the value of this as we have had that cargo space quite full on several occasions, especially long road trips with overnight travel and our cameras which is the entire reason/purpose for a long distance fuel sipper in the first place. . "
Family Car Ranked 2015 Toyota Prius Persona Series worse.
"More spacious interior. More open cockpit with more room everywhere. The interior layout was the primary deciding factor: I am tall and married to a large person: we are both quite comfy in either front seat and have a large enough back seat for 2 adults (though I would not carry 3 adults in the back seat of either car unless at least 2 were petite). "
Value Ranked 2015 Toyota Prius Persona Series worse.
"The Ioniq costs less, has a far better cockpit, interior, is more fun to drive, gets better mileage and handles better than the Prius. The Prius has nicer seats, and a better paint job and there are far more parts available as the Prius has not changed the powerplant in over a decade and you have a surplus of parts available. But test drive both and you will understand what a difference a decade of hybrid and GDI innovation means because the Ioniq is more efficient and effective. The Ioniq comes with lane departure warning standard, and Automatic Emergency Braking standard, both are costly add-ons in the Prius. "
Would Buy Ranked 2015 Toyota Prius Persona Series worse.
" I bought my Ioniq 3 months ago and love it more than ever. The first time that a Prius driver tried to race me: I knew that I made the right decision. Better MPG and MPH simply trumps everything else. SiriusXM is a bonus."
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