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  1. First Generation Ioniq
    I am picking up an used Ioniq over the weekend and at least until our driving gets to normal level (which doesn't look to be until Spring of next year), I am looking to not install a home charger. With the driving we are currently doing, we should be ok with charging the car no more than twice a...
  2. General EV Discussion
    I test drove an used Hyundai Ioniq 2018 at my local Hyundai dealer over the weekend, a first EV drive for me, and absolutely loved it. I sold my ICE car 3 months ago as I wasn't driving much and it was getting difficult to justify my expensive last car. I am looking to buy an Ioniq and ideally...
  3. General EV Discussion
    I currently run a 07 2.2 diesel Civic which has now got 180K miles on it (25K a year), the car has been faultless and is still driving like a dream. I commute 86 motorway miles a day at 60MPH and easily achieve 64MPG out of it.. I would love to get into an EV but I am concerned about the...
  4. General Kia EV Discussion
    The Hyundai Kona Electric shares a lot of technology with the Kia Niro EV, but it is not exactly the direct cousin. The Hyundai Ioniq Electric is similar to the Niro EV in an important aspect, more than the Kona Electric is. If you want to find out why, as well as find out how the Ioniq compares...
  5. Peugeot e208
    Hi guys! I am hopefully going to be signing up to ONTO soon and can't decide between IONIQ and e208. Would like to try my first EV. Me: Live in a city with plenty of charging points but can't charge at home Dont travel for work so only leisure I love the look of e208 but from what I have...
  6. Kia Niro
    I like my Kia Niro EV (e-Niro in Europe) and it is a great car, but considering the price paid, the fact that Kia did not install hood struts is a bit strange; Hyundai did the same thing in the Kona and the Ioniq. In this episode I solve the problem in my Niro EV with hood struts that I bought...
  7. General EV Discussion
    Electric cars require very little maintenance as compared to gas cars, but did you know that you can save money by doing two really simple things yourself, at home, and have less of an impact on the environment? My Kia Niro EV, or e-Niro in Europe, makes it easy for me to show you how to replace...
  8. Renault ZOE
    Hi all, We bought a house in Viborg, Denmark 65 km from my workplace in Aarhus so I will have to drive at least 130 km 4-5 times a week. Average speed will be 80km/h. There is no high way. Total km per year will be 35-40k. Today we bike or use public transport but it will not be possible after...
  9. Sturgess Hyundai
    Good morning to you all! We are Sturgess Hyundai Loughborough part of the family owned Sturgess Motor Group. We have recently become the first retailer in Leicester to receive Electric Vehicle Approved Accreditation (EVA Scheme) which is a scheme developed by the National Franchised Dealers...
  10. General Kia EV Discussion
    If you would like to know the state of health of the battery, and other hidden information, of your Niro EV, Soul EV 2020, Kona Electric, or Ioniq Electric 2020, this module will be of interest. Created by Jean-Pierre Lavoie, a member of Hyundai Kona Electric-Québec Facebook page, this module...
  11. General Hyundai EV Discussion
    https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hyundai-ioniq-electric-100kw-premium-38kwh-24m-lease-8k-miles-pa-1114-initial-189pm-160-admin-5631-at-leasing-options-3303000
  12. Ice Breakers
    Hello, we are an Italian Research agency and we are interested in interviewing owners of Hyundai Ioniq, Kia Niro, Mini Countryman, Volvo XC60. The interview will happen by phone and it also involves a 4-days diary with video-selfies about driving, charging and overall satisfaction. There is a...
  13. Hyundai Kona
    Hyundai Motor UK is offering customers awaiting delivery of its Kona EV electric vehicle access to a short-term lease giving access to an Ioniq hybrid hatchback in a bid to mitigate the effects on long lead times. Speaking to AM this week, Hyundai UK managing director Ashley Andrew said that...
  14. First Generation Ioniq
    Here at Octopus Electric Vehicles, we’re committed to getting you the best deal on your vehicle lease, your own smart charging unit and a specialised energy tariff designed for electric vehicle drivers to charge when home energy is at its cheapest We’ve got some great rates on the Hyundai...
  15. General EV Discussion
    Hello everyone, My name is James and I am posting about the new site I have launched; www.electricvehicleexpert.com The aim of the site is to try to help the transition to electric vehicles by providing the information and answers to all topics around electric vehicles. I have started this...
  16. General Charging Discussion
    I changed from a Leaf to an Ioniq BEV last year, and am getting increasingly frustrated by the lack of CCS chargers in the UK, and the high failure rate amongst them (especially Ecotricity). Has anyone seen or thought about making an adaptor from Chademo or Tesla Supercharger to a CCS plug? I...
  17. First Generation Ioniq
    Suggested to SWMBO the other day that we look at an ex-demonstrator Ioniq and she asked how much that would be. I said about £22k - which went down like a lead balloon... So, my question is when are we likely to start seeing some ex-PCH or ex-PCP Ioniq EVs? Can anyone with insider knowledge...
  18. First Generation Ioniq
    No degradation reported on my 23 month old Ioniq. Car charges to 95% actual when it reports 100%. Quite a contrast to the UK Leaf24, which by the 2 year point had dropped to average 91% State of Health. Is the Ioniq BMS that good? Time will tell. Ioniq Electric datafest- the “Torque” app
  19. Electric Vehicle Classifieds
    Hi All, We've managed to get our hands on 4x Hyundai Ioniq Electric! All have been registered on 30th September 2018. These cars are like rocking horse poo, so if you want to save the 9 month wait, and also save a couple of thousand pounds as well, then the options are: Ioniq Electric...
  20. General EV Discussion
    Hi all, looking for some advice please. I already have the full electric Ioniq, and I love it. Racked up >53k miles in 18 months. Now the wife wants the hybrid (not plug in) version. I'm doing my sums etc but what sort of MPG are people seeing for someone who does limited mileage around town...
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