Hyundai Ioniq

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The Hyundai Ioniq, Hyundai’s take on a hybrid car with low running cost and abundance in technology.

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Carwow Review

Carwow Rating: 6.0/10.0

Carwow POV of Hyundai Ioniq


  • Easy to drive
  • Cheap to run
  • More affordable than alternatives


  • Slightly cramped back seats
  • Struggles at motorway speeds
  • Plug-in version more usable

The Hyundai Ioniq is a hybrid car that’s cheap to run and just about big enough for small families but it doesn’t look as stylish or feel quite as upmarket inside as alternatives – Carwow

Hyundai Ioniq review

WhatCar Review

WhatCar Rating: 4.0/5.0


  • Good quality interior
  • Low running cost
  • Hybrid is good to drive


  • Poor rear seat head room
  • Unsettled ride around town
  • EV Model Expensive

Hyundai Ioniq review

Caranddriver Review

Caranddriver Rating: 4.0/5.0


  • Quicker, cheaper, and better-looking than a prius, and equally efficient


  • Hardly thrilling, needs a little more drive line refinement

Verdict: A perfectly pleasant alternative to the prius, if that’s what you’re seeking

Hyundai Ioniq Review

Sgcarmart Review


  • Plenty in car storage
  • Switches from petrol to electric smoothly
  • A lot of technology for its price


  • Engine can be a little vocal
  • A little late to hybrid party
  • It’s competition is hard to beat

Hyundai Ioniq review

Torque Review


  • Ventilated front seats
  • Dual-zone climate control
  • Adaptive cruise control
  • Memory seat for driver
  • Sunroof
  • Qi wireless charging
  • Lane keeping assist


  • Heavier than Toyota Prius
  • Engine kick in more often than Kia Niro

Hyundai Ioniq review

Oneshift Review


  • Chilled front seats
  • Good looking alloys
  • Attractive interior


  • Interior plastic quality is a little scratchy
  • Lacking in performance and handling
  • Breaks are weak

Verdict: Not really a bargain Prius equivalent, the IONIQ is surprisingly a pleasant Hybrid to begin with, and you should honestly consider if you want a fuel sipper.

Hyundai Ioniq review

Car Contempo Review

Car Contempo Rating: 4.0/5.0


  • Fuel consumption 18.5 Km/L – 20 Km/L (Real World Testing), 25.6 Km/L (Estimated)
  • Safety features (Blind Spot, lane keeping, parking camera)
  • Heated and cooling seats
  • Modern technology (Qi Wireless charging, automatic dimming rear view mirror)
  • Sports mode (Driving feel and Handling becomes better)
  • Tilting side mirror when in reverse
  • Light steering


  • Loud engine noise
  • Small rear view
  • Slightly firm ride

Having driven the Ioniq before, my impression was the Ioniq is a comfortable cruiser with light steering, blind spot detection, front & rear parking sensors and parking camera, which is appropriate in a city like Singapore. No car is perfect, and the not so good part was that the rear view looked narrow and ride can be a tiny bit firm over harsh surfaces.

Hyundai Ioniq 1.6 GLS

Engine: 4-Cylinder in-line 16 valve DOHC Dual-CVVT

CC: 1580cc

Compression Ratio: 13

Power: 139 BHP

Torque: 147 Nm

Transmission: 6 speed dual clutch with manual select

0-100: 11.1 Seconds

Top Speed: 185 Km/h

Fuel Consumption: 26.3 Km/l

Kerb Weight: 1,370 Kg

Fuel Tank: 45 L

# Brand Model Price Dealer
1 Honda Shuttle $88,800 Parallel Importers
2 Honda Vezel Hybrid $98,800 Parallel Importers
3 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid $101,999 Komoco Motors
4 Toyota Prius Hybrid $104,000 Parallel Importers
5 Toyota C-HR Hybrid $105,800 Parallel Importers
6 Kia Niro Hybrid $ POA Cycle & Carriage Kia
7 Toyota Prius C Hybrid $133,988 Borneo Motors
8 Toyota Prius Hybrid $141,988 Borneo Motors

Price listed are base price in singapore as of 14 Aug 2018
Credits: Carwow, WhatCar, Caranddrive, Caricos, Oneshift, Torque, Sgcarmart & Hyundai for providing information, photos and videos for this review