The Hyundai Ioniq 5 is KBB’s highest-rated electric SUV and won two Best Buy Awards for 2023: Best Electric Vehicle and Best New Model. Prices start at $41,450.
More and more car buyers are wondering whether their next purchase should be an electric vehicle. Not everyone can buy a Tesla TSLA
However, the Nissan Leaf NSANY,
It may not cut.
But a new wave of electric vehicles is raising the excitement level. Like Kia EV6, Ford F,
Mustang Mach-E and this. The Ioniq 5 offers a lot of technology, a lot of standard equipment, a great warranty and battery capacity that make EV ownership an attractive proposition. Everything is tailored in an attractive package, and it really contributes to the creation of the future.
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</div> From the abbreviated 2022 model year, KBB named the Ioniq 5 Best New Model of 2023 and Best Buy of 2023 Electric Vehicle.</p> <p>The Ioniq 5 was also named a Top Safety Pick+ by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).And while it was initially sold in a few territories, it is now sold virtually across the United States.</p><h6><strong>2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Price</strong></h6> <p>2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 starting at $41,450. That's for the SE RWD Standard Range, which gives you 220 miles on a single full charge.</p> <p>Another SE with more power and a larger battery starts at $45.5K. Pricing for the highly recommended SEL version starts at $47,450. Limited trim on the top is $52.6K.</p> <p>All-wheel drive requires a second electric motor and produces more combined power. Pricing is $3,500 and $3,900 in Limited trim. A couple with a premium paint finish is $1,000.</p> <p>The 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 is not currently eligible for the up to $7,500 federal tax credit.</p> <p>Additional incentives are available in various states. For example, California's Clean Vehicle Rebate Program pays him $2,000 to anyone who buys or leases a new Ioniq 5. <bg-quote field="percentchange" format="0,000.00%" channel="/zigman2/quotes/204364212/delayed" class="positive">+0.96%</bg-quote> It also offers 30 minutes of free DC fast charging for 2 years.</p> <p><strong>read</strong>: A Complete Guide to MPGe Equivalent Mileage Per Gallon</p> <p>The 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 and its Kia EV6 counterpart (which shares the platform and many other components) will cost less than the Ford Mustang Mach-E (starting at around $47,000) and the Tesla Model Y (around $66,000). The Volkswagen ID.4 starts at around $38,000 and the Chevrolet Volt EUV is just over $28,000.</p> <p><strong>Related</strong>: 2022 Kia EV6 vs. 2023 Volkswagen ID.4: Which electric SUV is better?</p> <p>Before you buy your new Ioniq 5 electric car, check out KBB.com's fair buying price to see what others in your area have paid. Demand for the Ioniq 5 is high, so resale value is expected to be high. <div data-layout="inline " data-layout-mobile="" class=" media-object type-InsetMediaIllustration inline
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</div> <h6><strong>smooth and quiet driving</strong></h6> Driving the 2023 Ioniq 5 EV will quickly become second nature, as it's quiet, smooth, and quick when coming off a standstill. The learning curve is short and shallow for someone coming straight from a conventional gasoline car.</p> <p>It feels stable and poised, benefiting from the low center of gravity made possible by the floor-mounted battery pack. That's why the Ioniq 5 glides between left and right turns.</p> <p>Naturally, the all-wheel drive version has the most muscle (320 hp and 446 lb-ft of torque) with the best grip and traction, offering the best entertainment and confidence when overtaking. .</p> <p>With brake energy recuperation set to the highest level, the Ioniq 5 can come to a complete stop by simply taking your right foot off the accelerator. This is one-pedal driving, a clever trick exclusive to electric vehicles, and much less tiring in city traffic compared to the normal dance between throttle and brake.</p><h6><strong>modern and spacious interior</strong></h6> <p>Something as cutting-edge as the 2023 Ioniq 5 electric car should definitely come with wireless Apple AAPL. <bg-quote field="percentchange" format="0,000.00%" channel="/zigman2/quotes/202934861/composite" class="negative">-1.38%</bg-quote> CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone integration. But no, it's all cable connection. However, if this car's main gripe can be solved by a $5 cord with his USB-A plug on one end, Hyundai has done a great job.</p> <p>The technology remains impressive, as evidenced by the combination of the 12.3-inch driver information display and the 12.3-inch infotainment system touchscreen in one sleek unit. The SEL adds wireless device charging and ambient cabin lighting, while the Limited trim comes with a heads-up display enhanced by augmented reality (AR).</p> <p>The top-end Limited version also has a huge single-pane glass roof, giving a more spacious feel to what is essentially a spacious enough for a compact SUV. The rear seats can be split, folded, slid and reclined. Rear legroom is up to 39.4 inches, wider than Toyota TM, <bg-quote field="percentchange" format="0,000.00%" channel="/zigman2/quotes/200537742/composite" class="negative">-0.11%</bg-quote> RAV4. And a flat floor without a transmission tunnel, even with all-wheel drive.</p> <p>Luggage space expands from 27.2 cubic feet behind the rear seats to 59.3 cubic feet when folded. Also under the hood is his little under a cubic foot of storage in the front. This is where you throw away your stinky gym clothes.</p> <p><strong>Also read: </strong>Volvo's new electric EX90 is sleek, streamlined and loaded with safety features</p><h6><strong>State-of-the-art exterior</strong></h6> <p>Gravity Gold Matte is the new color for the 2023 Ioniq 5 Electric SUV. The SEL also loses the premium LED front lights, but features multi-faceted reflector (MFR) LED headlights.</p> <p>At this point, many of us have actually seen the Ioniq 5 and formed our own opinions. Our reviewers appreciate the contrast between the clean, sharp lines of the body and the elaborate mathematical alloy wheel design. Aerodynamics also contribute to the bonnet design and flush-fit door handles.</p> <p>The raised ride height pushes this vehicle into the SUV category. Its ground clearance is a result of the floor-mounted battery pack, but it helps when driving in snow.</p> <p><strong>check out: </strong>4 Valuable Lessons Learned on an Electric Road Trip</p><h6><strong>Favorite feature</strong></h6> <p><strong>super fast charging</strong><br/>The Ioniq 5 battery is compatible with 800 volt DC fast chargers. It takes 18 minutes to go from 10% to 80% capacity. Even with the 400 volt setting, it's relatively fast at 25 minutes.</p> <p><strong>digital key</strong><br/>Now standard in SEL, users with Android-based smartphones can access Ioniq 5. Setting up and authenticating other users is easy. For the time being, Apple iPhone owners can use keycards.</p> <p><strong>Auto open for hands-free liftgate operation</strong><br/>No need to swing your foot under the bumper as the electric liftgate automatically opens when it detects the presence of your key. This happens at the SEL trim level.</p> <p><strong>Driver's seat leg support</strong><br/>In the short time it takes to charge the Ioniq 5 EV, drivers can recline their power-adjustable seats and stretch out leg support like they would in a business class airplane seat to relax. However, this is for limited trim only.</p> <p><strong>Reverse charge</strong><br/>The correct terminology is Vehicle-to-Load, or V2L. This means you can also draw electricity from the battery to run something else (as long as you have at least 15% juice), such as lights or a laptop computer. Another standard feature of the Limited model.</p> <p><strong>Remote Smart Parking Assist</strong><br/>Limited trim has all the really cool stuff. Like this feature, the driver can use the remote control to drive his Ioniq 5 in and out of parking spaces.</p> <p><strong>See also</strong> Here's how much gas the 2.1 million EVs and plug-in hybrids saved on US roads:</p><h6><strong>engine and transmission</strong></h6> <p>Hyundai calls its cheapest new Ioniq 5 EV the SE RWD Standard Range, but it actually has a minimum range of 220 miles (the maximum distance traveled on a full battery before needing a charge). is the one with However, it's still viable for most commutes and general runs.</p> <p>It's accomplished by a single electric motor that makes a respectable 168 horsepower and 258 lb-ft. This is sent only to the rear wheels (RWD) via the automatic transmission.</p> <p>In RWD configuration, the rest of the lineup uses a motor that produces the same amount of torque (perceived as thrust), but with 225 horsepower (what the motor produces when it works hardest). powered by.</p> <p>The range here is 303 miles, which is about 9 miles less than the Ford Mustang Mach E (California Route 1 model) or 15 miles less than the top numbers of the much more expensive Tesla Model Y.</p> <p>All-wheel drive (AWD) adds a second motor to drive the front wheels. Maximum power is 320 horsepower and torque is 446 lb-ft. Range he will increase by 10 miles to 266 miles in 2023.</p> <p>This year's lithium-ion polymer battery pack upgrades are pre-conditioning features for the heating system and optimal efficiency.</p> <p>Fast charging is another plus point of the Ioniq 5. At an 800 volt DC station, both batteries can go from 10% to 80% in just 18 minutes. or 25 minutes at 400 volts.</p> <p>A 10% to full charge using a 240 volt home charger takes just over 7 hours for the high-capacity battery. A small (standard range) setup takes less than 6 hours.</p> <p><strong>read: </strong>5 Reasons You Should Avoid Buying an EV</p> <p>For the oddball who needs something towed with the new Ioniq 5 Compact EV, the maximum rating has been increased by 650 pounds this year for a total of 2,300 pounds. Be it RWD or AWD. We do not recommend towing with the SE RWD Standard Range.</p> <p><strong>58kWh battery and rear wheel drive</strong><br/>168 hp<br/>258 lb-ft of torque<br/>EPA City/Highway Fuel Economy: 127/94 MPGe<br/>EPA Estimated Range: 220 miles</p> <p><strong>77.4kWh battery and rear-wheel drive</strong><br/>225 hp<br/>258 lb-ft of torque<br/>EPA City/Highway Fuel Economy: 132/98 MPGe<br/>EPA Estimated Range: 303 miles</p> <p><strong>77.4kWh battery and all-wheel drive</strong><br/>320 hp<br/>446 lb-ft of torque<br/>EPA City/Highway Fuel Economy: 113/90 MPGe<br/>EPA estimated range: 266 miles</p><h6><strong>Best-in-class warranty</strong></h6> <p>Hyundai always offers an unbeatable warranty. A typical new car warranty is 5 years or 60,000 miles, whichever comes first. Both powertrain and battery come with a 10 year/100,000 mile warranty.</p> <p><em>KBB car review </em><em>methodology</em><em>.</em></p> <p><em>This story originally flowed </em><em>KBB.com.</em><em> </em> </div>