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I have just seen a price drop in the Hyundai Ioniq EV version on contracthireandleasing.com.

The price has finally come down to a more desirable level, £271.62 pcm. There is an initial £2444.58 initial payment, 8k mileage for 47 months.

Although still expensive, it does show a little progress in the right direction as it's the first time it's come well below £300 for quite a while.

I'm a leaf owner and have just got purchased one of Miles 2nd hand Leaf's at a bargain price, but I did always fancy the Ioniq. Maybe in a few years time I might be able to afford one!

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The Hybrid looks cheap and I've seen it cheaper than this


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Yes the hybrid is cheap, but we're on this forum for the EV. That's the cheapest I've seen the EV version of the ioniq for a very long time.

It's not in my price range yet, but the price is going in the right direction.

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With the time it takes to get an iONIQ EV delivered, add the affects of inflation and that price will equate to over £300 now!! As you can probably tell, the wait for mine is addling my brain - 3 months into a 6 month period.
 

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I do wonder if Hyundai surprised themselves with how good demand for the EV model is.
Don't underestimate the power of a positive Fully Charged review!

I personally think it's a mixture of extra range, great build quality/features and increased overall car size. It's seen as a more mainstream car because it's a physically bigger car.

The Ioniq could be my next EV if they are reasonably priced in 3 years time!

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