2020 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid consumer reviews

$23,200 starting MSRP
side view of 2020 Ioniq Hybrid Hyundai
94% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.7
  • Interior design 4.6
  • Performance 4.8
  • Value for the money 4.8
  • Exterior styling 4.8
  • Reliability 4.9
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5.0

Gry car run smooth wonderful just buy it.

Great smooth wonderful ride. So quiet when you drive you can hardly hear the engine running. It gets 55 miles per gallon that is wonderful I am a Uber driver so that saves me tons of gas and money thanks a lot

5.0

Hybrid Technology!

Love the hybrid technology...55 miles per gallon! Interior is roomy, cool creature comforts, exterior color is gorgeous, love driving it, enjoy the heated seats, enjoy the 10 point driver's chair position, cockpit is used friendly.

3.9

Watch Those Gas Bills Shrink!

Traded a 2015 Sonata Sport which I really liked, but was looking for much better gas mileage and more flexible luggage space. Ioniq hatchback offers lots of space with back seats folded, front passenger comfort as good as Sonata. Quiet, comfortable car. Perfect for a retired couple who like to travel, especially to FLA in the winter.

4.7

Great MPG

This car meets my needs as a commuter driving a total of 110 miles round trip too and from work. Comfortable, reliable car with pep when needed on the Highway.

5.0

Great Vehicle for MPG and Features for the Money

So i had a 2019 Honda Insight Touring and traded for a 2020 Ioniq Limited. Both fully loaded respectively in their own way. The Honda feels bigger inside than the Ioniq, I miss the blindspot Mirror Camera showing on the 8" screen on the passenger side and push button gear shifter. However the Ioniq gets better MPG, Has blindspot monitoring on the Mirrors. I wanted it for the digital Speedometer. The blue ambient lighting is Beautiful. Sound system is much better than the Honda. I love the side mirrors fold in automatically when you lock the doors. I love the bluelink App to remote start, lock, unlock, ect. It seems to be just as peppy as the Honda. The warranty is much better with Hyundai vs Honda. The Hybrid components and battery are 10 year or 100k warranty regardless(federally mandated) If you want a beautiful car with Digital speedometer, Automatic Side folding mirrors, Seat automatically moves when you turn the car off and on, the Amazing Karmon Sound system the 10.25" screen and over all a beautiful car. Go with the Ioniq. If digital speedometer, sound system, lumbar support, automatic side mirrors and driver seat and long warranty doesnt matter to you then a Honda Insight is good. Id give it a 4.0 but the Ioniq is definitely a 5.0. Also my insurance is cheaper on the Hyundai vs the Honda! Hope this helps!

5.0

Ionic

It runs so quiet I can't even hear it It rides so nice and has great pick up. Really comfortable and a self-explanatory dash. Love the hatchback!

5.0

Love the car

This is my first Hyundai. I am impressed. My new car is stylish and comfortable. Plenty of room in the back area. Driving smooth and gas efficiency It’s worth it!!

4.9

Pleasant hybrid

My spouse has a 2020 Limited hybrid (I have a 2019 Limited EV) and we both love our cars. It is quite easy to meet the EPA MPG estimates in the warmer months, but in the colder weather expect closer to 40-50, which is still remarkable for this segment. The regenerative braking paddles (manual shift paddles when in sport driving mode) in the 20-21 models work super well to harness energy that would otherwise be wasted and wear out the brakes. The driver assistance features are such a joy to have for highway driving. It is really a wonderful car, and we have no complaints. The only reason I gave 4 stars for comfort is because I personally do not find the seats to be overly comfortable; to me they're more on par with a $15k subcompact budget car and not a top trim level $30k compact/midsize.

3.3

Worst money ever spent on a car.

Only good thing about this car is the gas mileage. First disappointment - no CD player; two weeks later the battery died.....yup, big battery with life-time warranty by dealer.

4.6

Fantastic gas mileage

I average 54MPG in my new Ioniq. My only wish is that it came with leather seats. I have the SE model. Would have loved the limited but it wasn’t in budget. It’s comfortable to drive. I will admit my husband is under 6ft so I can’t speak on head/leg room for a tall guy. The hatchback trunk is large enough that my dog can ride back there which was a must for us. Turn radius is freaking fantastic! Honestly drives great. Hybrids don’t have as much getup and go as a 6 cylinder car, but it’s also not lacking. Costs $18ish to fill the tank right now. I like the big screen for the radio (note no CD player if that’s important to you). Has paddle shifters on steering wheel if you wish to manual shift. I like that it has features like blind spot detection, backup camera, and beeps at you when car in front of you drives away and you don’t do that you’re not that idiot sitting at a green light. Highly recommend