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2017 Hyundai Ioniq Review

Hyundai’s latest hybrid does more than just beat the Prius with 58 MPG combined, it is one of the few no-compromises hybrid cars in America. The low starting price means that the average compact car shopper in America would break even in under two years while enjoying a larger cargo area and (oddly enough) better handling. That makes the Ioniq not just my top hybrid car pick for 2017, but my top compact sedan pick as well. I didn’t see that coming.

0-30: 3.7 Seconds

0-60: 9.8 Seconds

1/4 Mile: 16.8 Sec @ 86 MPH

60-0 Braking: 115 Feet

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