The 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid Proves It's a Leader in the Green-Car Market

 

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Last year, Hyundai Motor Company announced that it would launch 26 green models through 2020. Hyundai's plan is off to a great start with the gradual roll-out of the 2017 Hyundai Ioniq lineup, which is comprised of a Hybrid, Electric and Plug-in Hybrid variant.

The 2017 Hyundai Ioniq is the first of the three models to arrive at our showroom. In the spirit of Earth Day—on April 22—we're excited to introduce you to this fuel-friendly vehicle that never compromises when it comes to safety, style and your overall driving experience.

The 2017 Hyundai Ioniq joins other hybrids on the market—so you may be wondering how it compares to other models, such as the Toyota Prius. For starters, the Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid is slightly more affordable than the Toyota Prius. While close in price, Ioniq Hybrid proves it's the more affordable option with a starting MSRP of $22,200—the Toyota Prius starts at $23,475. Further, the Ioniq impresses drivers and unbiased experts alike as it surpasses the Toyota Prius at its own game with an EPA-estimated 58 combined mpg. The Toyota Prius falls short with a 56 combined mpg rating.

Not only is the Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid able to outperform well-established hybrids on the market today—such as the Toyota Prius—it distinguishes itself from every other model too with standout features such as a tilt-and-slide sunroof and standard seven-inch color touchscreen with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ compatibility. Further, its carpet and door panels were made from bio-fabrics and other recycled materials, proving that this as an all-around forward-thinking hybrid.

At Buerkle Hyundai we proudly welcome drivers from all around Minneapolis, Brooklyn Park, White Bear Lake and Roseville to our St. Paul location. If you would like to test drive the 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid, please consider joining us at your convenience.

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