Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid

Latest update :

2019-07-12

Trim/Grade :

1.6L - 148 hp - 264 Nm - FWD - 9-Speed Auto

Is this car for me?

While a low fuel consumption is considered a plus, the reason you would buy the Ioniq is because of your personal values and beliefs in a better environment. If you are a techie, you will enjoy the high-tech cabin.

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The prices provided by Karrenn might vary at any given time. It is recommended to refer to the dealer for a final quotation. The dealer holds the right to modify the prices and specs at any given moment and without prior notice.

PROS

-Very low fuel consumption (588 Km/20L) -Eco-friendly -Good performance and practicality

CONS

-Allows a bit road noise

WARRANTY

6 Years/120,000 Km - 8 Years Battery

*Prices and features as provided by Century Motor Company, Hyundai’s exclusive dealer in Lebanon.
*We have not test-driven this vehicle yet, the Pros & Cons are provided from worldwide leading automotive websites like
Edmunds

Commute with style, luxury & most importantly fuel efficiency.

Available Models (Prices incl. VAT & Reg.)

2019 Luxury
$30,300

Instead of $33,700 | Save $400
+ 6 Years or 120,000 km Free Oil Change
Model Highlights
1.6L - 148 hp - 264 Nm - FWD - 9-Speed Auto

In case of Red Plate
$26,700

2020 Luxury
$30,700

In case of Red Plate
$26,700

The features below apply to all the models listed below

- 9 Airbags (Front, curtain, side and knees)
- ABS / Stability Control / Hill assist
- Smart Key & Push Start Button + Immobilizer
- Leather Stee ring Wheel
- Driver Mode Selection (Eco & Sports Mode)
- Rear sensors and camera
- Driver info cluster with 4.2” LCD
- 5” LCD Touch Screen Radio CD + AUX + USB
- Steering wheel controls
- Power adjustable, foldable and heated mirrors
- Autodimming rearview mirror
- Foldable rear seats
- Power Outlet + USB Charger
- LED Rear Fog Lights
- 2-tone 15" alloy wheels
- Light sensors

2019 Luxury +
$35,000

Model Highlights
1.6L - 148 hp - 264 Nm - FWD - 9-Speed Auto

In case of Red Plate
$30,700

- Blind Spot Detection System (Rear Cross Tra¬c Alert)
- Auto Cruise Control System
- Heated steering wheel
- Front & Rear Parking Assist System
- Driver information cluster with 7” LCD
- One-touch Power Sunroof
- Leather Seats
- 6-Ways Power Adjustable Driver’s Seat with memory
- Rear Heated Seats
- Rain Sensor
- Wireless Phone Charger
- Chrome finishes
- 17” Alloy Wheels (2-Tone) + Full Size Alloy Spare
- T.P.M.S (Tire Pressure Monitoring System)
- Xenon Headlamps + LED Guide

OPINION: WHICH ONE TO GO FOR

The full options model will have a better looking exterior and a more advanced cabin. If you can afford it definitely go for it. The base model remains a sensible choice if you want to stick to a reasonable budget. Both cars offer an impressive list of equipment for the price.

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