Hyundai’s electrified Ioniq line:
The Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid is one of a family of three electrified vehicles that includes an electric car (currently available in California, Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, and Vermont) and a plug-in hybrid.
The “Blue" hybrid version boasts fuel economy of 58 mpg combined, which beats the 56 mpg rating of the Toyota Prius Two Eco. However, like the Prius, the most efficient variant appears to be nearly impossible to find. You will need to work with your dealer to locate one.
Dealers appear to be stocking the more expensive and slightly less efficient 55 mpg versions, at least for now. If you are looking for the most efficient style, you may be in for a wait.
The 2019 model features mild enhancements, including automatic high beams and driver attention assist. As for the 2020s, we expect it'll be largely a carryover model. We should see its arrival later this fall.
The current offers are in place through October 31, 2019. There’s always a chance we’ll see an update before then, so please check back for the latest deals.
Offers vary by region; our examples are for California.
A bonus offer for the taking:
As expected, Hyundai offers bonus cash offers with the Ioniq hybrid. This deal represents $1,250 in retail bonus cash, funds you may claim in lieu of promotional financing.
Competitive financing deals:
You will find special financing on the 2019 Ioniq Hybrid. This deal includes 1.9-percent APR financing for 60 months or 2.9-percent APR for 72 months. Hyundai adds $500 in finance bonus cash, funds you'll apply to your down payment, lowering your monthly cost.
These are pretty standard rates on a hybrid in today's environment.
The current lease offers:
You can lease a 2019 Ioniq Hybrid Blue model. Here, the offer comes in at $219 per month for 36 months with $2,199 due at signing. Your effective monthly cost is $280 and that’s a strong offer for this model.
The Hyundai Ioniq comes with a 10,000 miles per year driving allowance. You will face a $400 disposition fee at lease end.