Brand New 2020 Hyundai IONIQ uk deals

Compare brand new 2020 Hyundai IONIQ prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £3822 from our dealers. Our 2020 Hyundai IONIQ deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. Hyundai manufactures 9 model variants.

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DCT Petrol Hybrid 1.6h-GDi 141 SS 5 1.6 141 104 £26000 Save £3565
DCT Petrol Hybrid 1.6h-GDi 141 SS 5 1.6 141 102 £23840 Save £3418
DCT Petrol Hybrid 1.6h-GDi 141 SS 5 1.6 141 102 £25740 Save £3548
DCT Petrol Hybrid 1.6h-GDi 141 SS 5 1.6 141 105 £28040 Save £3704
Auto Electric 0.0Elec 38.3kWh 136 5 0.0 136 0 £33950 Save £5591
Auto Electric 0.0Elec 38.3kWh 136 5 0.0 136 0 £35950 Save £5747
DCT Petrol Hybrid 1.6h-GDi 141 SS 5 1.6 141 105 £28040 Save £3704
DCT Petrol Hybrid 1.6h-GDi PiH 8.9kWh 141 SS 5 1.6 141 26 £30250 Save £3866
DCT Petrol Hybrid 1.6h-GDi PiH 8.9kWh 141 SS 5 1.6 141 26 £32250 Save £4002
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Hyundai IONIQ

The value of the government Plug-in Car Grant rises to £4,500 for full-battery-powered models like the IONIQ Electric, which means that prices for that variant can begin from just under £25,000, once the Chancellor's contribution has been subtracted.

That sum would buy you 'Premium' trim, with another £1,800 necessary to get the top-spec 'Premium SE' model.

The most obvious alternative that'll probably spring to mind here for potential buyers is Nissan's LEAF. At first glance, this car does appear to be able to undercut this Hyundai - an entry-level LEAF costing from under £22,000.

Read the small print though and you'll find that this figure applies only to the old-tech 24kW model that gives you only 124 miles of driving range - way off the 174 mile figure of this Hyundai.

Even the more powerful 30kW LEAF model can't get close to that (it delivers 155 miles) and that car costs around £1,200 more than a comparable IONIQ. In terms of technology and driving range, Volkswagen's e-Golf or a BMW i3 would probably represent better bets, but full-Electric models like those will cost you about £3,000 more than a comparable full-Electric IONIQ.

Otherwise, the only other full-Electric models on the market are too small and too range-restricted to merit serious consideration for family buyers..

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