Hyundai Ioniqc - Sold Out

The Ioniq v4 has been discontimued

We have received the news that the Hyundai Ioniq v4.0 is being discontinued.  We are now unable to sell new vehicles of this model in our EV buyers group.  Check out the Hyundai Kona or other EV's for sale at Goodcar.co.

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Hyundai Ioniq

Budget hatchback for everyday needs

We are offering the V4 model of the IONIQ.  These 100% electric cars come in two trim levels “Elite” (aka standard) and “Premium”.  

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Ioniq Features

We are offering the V4 model of the IONIQ.  These 100% electric cars come in two trim levels “Elite” (aka standard) and “Premium”.

Both trim levels feature:

38.3 kWh battery
311 km WLTP range
110kW motor
7.2kW AC charger
100kW DC charging
Apple carplay and android auto
Regenerative braking options
A very big screen in the center console with manual knobs for aircon and audio system
ANCAP 5 Safety rated
A 10A car EVSE car charger - you can charge from your home powerpoint

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Whats special about the Premium?

There are full detailed specifications available here. From trawling the list, the key "fancier bits” of the “Premium” version are:

Fancier seats with lots of adjustments

Front distance warning

Sunroof

Touch window function on all front windows (not just driver windows

Heated seats and steering wheel

Dipping rear vision mirrors

Fancier trims

LED lighting throughout

PS: Yes, there is an Ioniq V5 that just arrived.  It's a really flash car but costs another $25,000 more. So to keep it affordable, we are promoting the V4 version of the car ;)

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5 Star Safety

The Ioniq comes with an ANCAP 5 safety rating (the best). It has 7 airbags fitted and has a whole bunch of built in electronic safety features called “Hyundai SmartSense”. These include freeway-speed auto emergency braking (detects vehicles up to 180km/h, detects pedestrians up to 70km/h), lane-keep assist with lane-departure warning, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross traffic alert, adaptive cruise control, and auto high-beam assist. Rest assured driving a modern EV is a safe experience.

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Service and Maintenance

One of the reasons you may decide to go with a Hyundai is because they are backed with a full 5 years manufacturer's warranty and 8 year battery warranty. This should give peace of mind for hundreds of road trips! Like all EVs, the Hyundai cars are a mechanics dream.  Fundamentally, there is a lot less things to go wrong.  The engine is massively simpler than a petrol car, and there's no exhaust pipes, gearboxes, petrol tanks, timing belts, distributor caps etc etc to disturb your travels.  Hyundai offers fixed price servicing over the first 6 years/75,000km of car ownership.  You can check out the servicing schedule and cost below:

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Trip Planning in a Ioniq

It's pretty important to know how and where you will charge your electric car.  Charging at home is the most convenient, cheapest, and the best approach for your battery. It's like charging your mobile phone. When you get home, just plug in your car and in the morning it will be charged and ready to go! The other essential charging infrastructure is the DC fast-chargers. These enable longer trips and are part of a growing network. See this website for a map of charging locations and this website, where you can plan your trip between charging stations.

"Plugshare": Find all the chargers in the world!

Home charging - EVSE

Destination charging

"A Better Route Planner" is awesome

Home charging - Type 2 charger

DC fast charging