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Hyundai IONIQ 5 Long Range 2WD

On Average £46,945
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Hyundai IONIQ 5 long range

The Hyundai IONIQ 5 isn’t just a car; it’s a bold statement in the evolving world of electric vehicles (EVs). This model, part of Hyundai’s ambitious IONIQ brand dedicated exclusively to electric mobility, marks a new era for the industry. With its cutting-edge design, impressive technology, and commitment to sustainability, the IONIQ 5 doesn’t just meet expectations – it seeks to surpass them.

With an absolutely incredible 5-star review from almost everyone who has spent any time with the Hyundai IONIQ 5, it’s no wonder that this is one of the most highly sought-after electric vehicles on the market. With such an incredible reputation, we take a look at the answers to some of the questions you might have before purchasing.

Where to charge Hyundai IONIQ 5?

The Hyundai IONIQ 5 can be charged at home with a home EV charger. Many electric vehicle owners will plug their car into the zappi to charge overnight in the same way you would leave your mobile phone to charge. That doesn’t mean you have to charge your car every night in the same way you don’t have to visit the petrol station every day with a petrol car.

Hyundai IONIQ 5 can also be charged at work if your work has charging points or by using any public charging station.

How much is the IONIQ 5?

The long range IONIQ 5 has a starting price of £46,945*, however the entry-level model (standard range) has a starting price of £43,445*.

Unlike many other car manufacturers who charge for the majority of extras, each Hyundai IONIQ 5 comes with many extras included as standard. Meaning there is much less discrepancy between the price of the base model and the more advanced model.

If you are looking for a car that will fit the whole family and be comfortable on the road, then this is likely the car for you. That being said, the mileage range of the battery varies greatly depending on the model meaning it might not always be the best car for long journeys. Officially, the battery range is anywhere from 170 miles to around 355 miles.

*prices correct as of October 2023.

Does Hyundai IONIQ have autopilot?

The Hyundai IONIQ 5 is the first car in the Hyundai fleet to feature level 2 autonomous safety technology.

What this means for you is that your car will be able to control speed and the distance between other vehicles as well as help you when you’re changing lanes. It’s not quite the “Come To Me” self-driving feature that Tesla has long been trailing, but it does help improve the safety of your car.

With an NCAP safety score of 5 stars, the highest award possible, and an incredibly high-reliability ranking given by, the Hyundai IONIQ 5 is a car you can trust.

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