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A Preview of the 2017 Hyundai Ioniq

2017 Hyundai Ioniq

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A Preview of the 2017 Hyundai Ioniq

In the genre of high-efficiency, subcompact cars, the 2017 Hyundai Ioniq is appearing as a strong contender, with its upcoming release of three vehicle types. In fall of 2016, consumers will see the Electric model release. The Hybrid will be released in the winter of 2017, and the Plug-In Hybrid in the summer of 2017. 
Hyundai Ioniq Research   

2017 Hyundai Ioniq

Our model research of the 2017 Hyundai Ioniq has shown that Hyundai is dedicated to providing drivers with an energy-efficient vehicle designed for driver and passenger comfort, along with exceptional handling. Included Blue Drive technology ensures that this vehicle maintains standards of high performance along with lowered levels of pollution. Both are important factors for drivers wishing to drive eco-friendly vehicles that also perform well.

Hyundai Ioniq Strengths

2017 Hyundai Ioniq

The best strengths we've found in the 2017 Ioniq are the amenities that provide driver and passenger comfort, and the newest, cutting-edge safety features. Drivers will love interior features like heated seats, a 7-inch standard color touchscreen display for audio, and technological features like Android Auto and Apple Car Play. The 60/40 split folding seat in the rear provides ease of transporting items. Some of the best safety features include the emergency braking system with pedestrian detection, seven air bags and a rear view camera. Drivers will also appreciate a lane departure warning system and blind spot detecting feature.

Ioniq Changes
2017 Hyundai Ioniq

Changes of the Ioniq when compared with other Hyundai vehicles are the special features that allow the Ioniq to be all-electric. Several other green vehicles offer plug-in variations of traditional hybrids. The Ioniq is first in providing a battery-electric model with a 1.6 kilowatt hour, lithium-ion battery pack that gives drivers 25 minutes of electric-only driving. The electric motor is 32 kilowatt, with 43 horsepower. 

Value of the Ioniq and 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Overview  
2017 Hyundai Ioniq

When prospective buyers research 2017 Hyundai Ioniq, they find that the Ioniq Hybrid is striving to beat fuel economy ratings in models like the Toyota Prius, Nissan Leaf and other energy-efficient vehicles. They'll also find that special attention has been paid to the Ioniq with the addition of technologically advanced aerodynamic features like a rear spoiler, wheel air curtains, active aero front grille, a smooth cover for the under-body, and the use of lightweight materials like aluminum in the creation of its body. In writing this 2017 review and through extensive model research for Denver Littleton Centennial car shoppers, we've found that Hyundai's use of lightweight materials like aluminum and sparing use of high-strength steel has provided valuable weight saving attributes that help every Ioniq model use less energy and give it better acceleration, along with higher MPG numbers. This, combined with the fact that the Ioniq is loaded with attractive interior features and cutting-edge safety features should make it a best seller among drivers searching for a greener, less polluting option in transportation. Highly attractive safety features include an advanced tire pressure monitoring system with helpful indicators, blind spot detection features, lane departure warning, rear view camera, an automatic Emergency Braking System with special Pedestrian Detection, and seven air bags.

Ioniq Key Trim Features and Ioniq Accolades
2017 Hyundai Ioniq

Key trim features like a tilt and telescopic steering wheel, cruise control and audio controls on the steering wheel, a proximity key entry also featuring a push button start, dual temperature controls that are automatic, a 60/40 split fold down seat in the rear back and a highly readable 4.2 inch LCD instrument panel increases the attractiveness of the Ioniq in our 2017 review. With thoughtful technology additions like Blue-Tooth capability, Sirius XM Satellite radio, and 8-inch touch screen system for navigation, an optional wireless charging feature and smart cruise control, along with a convenient storage option for tablets, our model research has shown that drivers truly appreciate the newest technology in vehicles. These attractive additions contributed to the Hyundai Ioniq receiving the Red Dot Design Award in 2016.When buyers searching for a technologically advanced, green option in Hybrid and electric vehicles research 2017 Hyundai Ioniq, they find that reviews have been positive with reviewers praising elements of the Ioniq like intuitive controls and instrumentation, Hyundai's lineup of electric, Hybrid and Plug-in vehicles, the electric range of 110 miles and a design of the Ioniq that is attractive and consumer friendly, this according to a review from thecarconnection.com. It's also been called a ground breaking model among green and fuel-efficient vehicles.In our research for Denver Littleton Centennial car shoppers, we've found that Hyundai has a goal of being a premiere, high volume seller of electric, fuel-efficient and fuel-cell cars by 2020. With a keen focus on excellence in the field of dedicated electric design, which means that there won't be a gasoline fuel version of the Ioniq, Hyundai has created an admirable goal of producing an electric car that also looks like other conventional vehicles.Prospective buyers interested in the Ioniq can contact Arapahoe Hyundai for more information on this interesting, technologically advanced vehicle that has been thoughtfully created with interior sustainable and recycled materials. This includes plastic door covers made from powdered wood and volcanic stone, which is reported to not feel any different from standard plastic used in most vehicles. The goal in the development of the Ioniq is transportation that is efficient, fun to drive and ecologically friendly. Simply contact Arapahoe Hyundai when release times are closer for more information and quotes.

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The above information is regarding the base model 2017 Hyundai Ioniq. Standard specs and features may change from year to year. Contact Arapahoe Hyundai with any questions regarding the new or used vehicle you're inquiring about.

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