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Hyundai Ioniq Lease Deals

The Hyundai Ioniq is a practical 5-door family hatchback, which comes with a diverse range of electric engine options – you can choose to lease it as either a petrol-electric hybrid, a plug-in hybrid or as a fully electric vehicle (EV).Despite the influx of viable electric cars on the market, it’s still a sensible, popular and good-value leasing pick.
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Hyundai Ioniq Top Features

Choice of 3 electrified powertrains.

Large and practical 5-door bodystyle.

Decent amount of standard kit.

  • As it’s a relatively large 5-door hatchback, the Ioniq is a versatile and practical car to lease regardless of whether you go for the Hybrid, Plug-In Hybrid or Electric version.

    The Hybrid has the most boot space of the trio, at 443 litres, while the Electric offers 357 and the Plug-In Hybrid 341, due to the last 2 having to accommodate battery packs. Away from the boot, there are plenty of door bins and other cubbyholes to stash keys, phones and other paraphernalia around the cabin.

  • All 3 versions of the Ioniq are efficient and affordable to run, relatively speaking, but the Electric is king when it comes down to black-and-white, pennies-per-mile calculations. The Plug-In Hybrid can be almost as cheap to run if you mostly do short journeys, saving the petrol engine as a back-up for longer jaunts.

    In both cases, however, that depends on being able to charge at home. So if you don’t have the off-street parking necessary to get a wallbox charging unit installed, you may find leasing an Ioniq Hybrid – which works to get the most out of every drop of petrol used without having to be plugged in – actually makes the most sense.

Available Hyundai Ioniq Models

Ioniq Hatchback 

The Ioniq comes in just a single bodystyle – a practical 5-door hatchback, with the choice of 3 powertrains as detailed above. There’s no saloon or estate version, but the hatchback is spacious, versatile and smart-looking.

High Performance Models 

There’s no high-performance version of the Ioniq. It’s a safe and sensible family car through and through. But Hyundai is planning more electric models in the coming years, so fans of performance should watch this space.

Ioniq Trim Levels

SE Connect Premium Premium SEThe Ioniq Hybrid is available in entry-level SE Connect spec, as well as Premium and Premium SE, while the Plug-In Hybrid and Electric only come in the latter 2 trim levels. SE Connect gets you 15-inch alloys, a leather steering wheel, heated front seats, dual-zone climate control, LED lights all round and a 10.25-inch widescreen display.

The Hyundai Ioniq Vs Competitors

In Hybrid and Plug-In Hybrid form, the Ioniq’s main rival is the similar looking Toyota Prius. The Toyota has perhaps more striking styling, but there’s little to choose between the 2 when it comes to running costs or practicality, so it may come down to what the best lease deal you can get is.The Ioniq Electric, meanwhile, is a rival for the likes of the Citroen E-C4, Nissan Leaf and Volkswagen ID.3. It’s no longer the most up-to-date or longest-range electric car you can buy at this price point, but still more than adequate if you want 1 for generally shorter trips.
  • Yes, and especially in the Electric where there are far fewer moving parts to go wrong compared to a petrol- or diesel-engined car. All Ioniqs get a very reassuring 5-year/100,000-mile warranty as standard.

  • This depends on the engine you choose. The Plug-In Hybrid has the least space (341 litres), while the Electric manages 357 litres and the Hybrid 443.

  • Very practical. It has a large boot with a useful hatchback opening for getting large items in. Plus there’s space for 4 adults to travel in comfort or you can pop the rear seats down flat for even more luggage capacity.

  • If you’re going to lease a Hyundai Ioniq Electric or Plug-In Hybrid, it’s best to get a home charging point installed, as they’ll be cheapest to run if you use domestic electricity to top them up. The Hybrid, however, doesn’t need plugging in.

  • Vanarama offers the best personal and business leasing deals across many makes and models, such as the Hyundai Ioniq. You get a brand-new car for a fixed monthly payment, with agreements tailored to your budget – with varying options on lease length, initial payment, annual mileage and other factors.

    Just hand the car back to us at the end of your agreement and pay nothing more, providing the car is within fair wear and tear and the agreed mileage. After that, you’re free to walk away, or upgrade to another new car with us!

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