The Award Winning IONIQ Hybrid & i30N

The Award Winning IONIQ Hybrid & i30N

Hyundai IONIQ Wins "What Car?" Best Hybrid Car of the Year

"The sleek, attractive coupé-style silhouette of the IONIQ is designed with aesthetics and efficiency in mind. Combining the best of traditional car design, with a forward-looking philosophy that hints at the future possibilities of low-emission cars..."

The IONIQ hybrid won the overall best hybrid car of the year category, and from the 'What Car?' write up, it's easy to see why...

Here's what "What Car?" had to say about the IONIQ Hybrid:

"The Ioniq is an ideal choice for hybrid car buyers, combining low running costs and a relatively modest price tag"

"At a time when diesel pollution is under increasing scrutiny, the Ioniq is the alternative that buyers have been calling out for."

"Not only is the Ioniq Hybrid quicker than the Prius, but it’s also a bit cheaper to buy, better equipped and more practical."

"In fact, in this guise, the Ioniq handles as well as many conventionally powered hatchbacks, with body control that’s on a par with that of more expensive machinery, while a slick dual-clutch automatic gearbox ensures that the transition between electric and petrol power is far better synchronised than in the CVT-equipped Prius. The Prius’s days as the ubiquitous hybrid hatch could be over."

Watch the below video for more!

See the full 'What Car?' article here.



Hyundai i30N Wins "What Car?" Best £20,000-£30,000 Hot Hatch

"The first in a new line of high performance road cars to launch under the Hyundai N sub-brand. The i30N cockpit is as much about control as it is comfort. conecting the driver to the car at every touch point. The high quality interior materials and the dark metal inserts underline the elegant sporty character of the i30N."

Our fantastic i30N picked up the award for 'Best £20,000 - £30,000 Hot Hatch' 

Here's what "What Car?" had to say in regards to the i30N:

"The Korean brand really has gone from zero to hero, bettering established rivals such as the Ford Focus ST and Volkswagen Golf GTI with its first serious attempt at building a car in this class."

"There are two versions of the i30N: the regular model and the more hardcore Performance version that, among other things, throws a limited-slip differential into the mix. Both are super-talented and the latter is slightly faster and even more capable through corners, but we reckon you’ll actually have more fun in the regular car – especially on the road."

"It’s slightly more playful in the bends, feels barely any less rapid in a straight line and builds on one of the i30N’s other great strengths: value for money. For less than £25,000, this is a car that undercuts the Honda Civic Type R by a whopping £5000 and yet still comes with loads of creature comforts, including keyless entry and wireless phone charging."

Watch the below video for more!

See the full 'What Car?' article here.


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