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Looking to buy a new Hyundai Ioniq in Malaysia? Research Hyundai Ioniq car prices, specs, safety, reviews & ratings at CarBase.my. You can also compare the Hyundai Ioniq against its rivals in Malaysia.
At long last, the Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid has finally made its launch debut here at the 1 Utama Shopping Centre. The model was first shown to us in left-hand drive guise in May this year, before being put on display as...
Starting from RM100,328 for the base HEV variant, the 2016 Hyundai Ioniq hybrid appears to represent great value. Locally assembled by Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors at its Inokom plant in Kulim, Kedah, the Hyundai Ioniq...
The Malaysian car market is fairly predictable, but every once in a blue moon, someone will spring a surprise. And as surprises go, the introduction of the Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid late last year (yes, we're in 2017!) w...
Impressive economy averaging about 21km/litre. I drive mostly in an urban environment and make a weekly highway trip to KL (approx 400km). I can get a range of about 750km on a full tank of petrol (probably can go further to about 800km+ but not willing to risk running out of fuel)
Well put together interior with abundant soft touch materials on main touch points e.g dashboard, door cards, arm rests, centre storage compartment.
Seats are very comfortable with electrical adjustment (includes lumbar support) for the driver.
Adequate leg room at the back and rear air conditioning vents.
Very decent power/torque for city and highway driving. Switching into sport mode gives a significant boost of power. 6 speed DCT gearbox is very smooth. The engine also switches very smoothly in between full EV mode and normal (engine+motor). You barely notice it.
Handling is great with plenty of grip though I rarely throw the car into corners.
NVH insulation is good even with 17in tires
Full complement of airbags (7) and advanced driver aids. ( AEB, Lane Keeping Assist, Blind spot Monitor, Rear Cross traffic alerts and Adaptive cruise control)
Lane Keeping Assistant features active steering correction which is pretty helpful in maintaining your lane.
Adaptive cruise control responds well to the car in front changing speeds.
Blind spot monitor is a bit too sensitive but its nice to have it.
Large door bins and multiple storage compartments.
Boot size is decent, but shallow due to a full sized spare tire being fitted.
Rear seats fold down flat for added space.
All round parking sensors with park assist plus a reverse cam make parking a breeze.
The original infotainment system has been replaced with an aftermarket system which is not very user friendly. However you can fit a sim card or use your phone as a hot spot to access Waze/Googlemaps.
Only 1 USB port but 2 12V sockets. Would have preferred more USB ports.
The reverse camera feed has over saturated colors and low definition when compared to other car makes
Fit the original Hyundai infotainment system back in the car
Otherwise this car feels very well made and equipped for the asking price. Even the cheaper HEV base variant is very well equipped for this price range.
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