2017 Hyundai Ioniq Electric review

For the first six years of electric cars, from 2011 to 2016, we’ve had a variety of mass-priced cars with ranges of 62 to 107 miles.

This year, in 2017, we got the Chevy Bolt EV, at 238 miles.

But there’s a new competitor as well. This is the 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Electric.

It’s one of three models in the Ioniq lineup—it also has a plug-in hybrid, and a regular hybrid—and the Ioniq Electric offers a range of 124 miles.

That’s the highest of any battery-electric car that isn’t a Tesla, or a Bolt EV.

And the Ioniq Electric may offer an answer to the question of how much range is enough, if ranges under 100 miles aren’t.

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