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Hyundai Prices Ioniq Hybrid, EV

February 15, 2017

Photo of 2017 Ioniq Hybrid courtesy of Hyundai.
Photo of 2017 Ioniq Hybrid courtesy of Hyundai.

Hyundai has released pricing for two of its three 2017 Ioniq models with the Ioniq Hybrid starting at $23,035 and the Ioniq Electric retailing for at least $30,335, the automaker has announced.

Hyundai will offer the Ioniq Hybrid in three trim grades, including Blue, SEL, and Limited. The front-wheel-drive model is powered by a 1.6L GDI four-cylinder engine and 32-kilowatt electric motor fed by a lithium-ion polymer battery with 1.56-kilowatt-per-hour capacity.

While the Ioniq Hybrid Blue starts at $23,035, the SEL retails for $24,785 and the Limited starts at $28,335.

Hyundai will offer the Ioniq Electric in two trim grades, including the base model and Limited that will retail for at least $30,335 and $33,335. The Ioniq Electric is powered by an 88-kilowatt motor.

Hyundai has not released when the vehicles will be available at dealer lots.

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