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Hyundai Ioniq EV (2016-) review

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The Hyundai Ioniq Electric has a claimed real-world range of 130 miles, a five-year warranty and a top safety endorsement from Euro NCAP. Admittedly it's no Tesla in terms of range or opulence, but with a much lower price tag, could the Ioniq be the vanguard that leads the electric car revolution? Read our Hyundai Ioniq Electric review to find out.
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