Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid Problem Trends and Complaints

Based on 12 problem areas, owners have reported the following issues with this vehicle that range in severity ratings from low to high.

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Model year with the most reported issues

2017

Most reported problem

Build Quality

Medium risk

Medium

Build quality refers to how well the vehicle was put together or assembled. For example, some people may notice that interior and/or exterior panels may be out of alignment, parts are not properly secured or they tend to fall off easily.
Car depreciation

51% after 5 years

While different cars depreciate at different rates, it's a good rule of thumb to assume that a new car will lose approximately 20 percent of its value in the first year. In five years, the average depreciation rate is 50% of their initial value.
Recalls

5 Recalls

A recall is issued when a manufacturer or NHTSA determines that a vehicle, equipment, car seat, or tire creates an unreasonable safety risk or fails to meet minimum safety standards. Manufacturers are required to fix the problem by repairing it, replacing it, offering a refund, or in rare cases repurchasing the vehicle.
Investigation for defects

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myCarVoice Severity Level™ Legend

Low Severity Level

Problems marked low typically are not a safety issue, and more of a minor defect or annoyance.

Medium Severity Level

Problems marked medium may be a potential mechanical and safety issue.

High Severity Level

Problems marked high are potential mechanical and safety issues.

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Certainly not a Prius killer and VERY noisy

Model Year:

2017

Manufacturer:

Hyundai

Model:

Ioniq Hybrid

Complaint Resolution:

No resolution

The Ioniq is the troublesome part Hyundai claims that the Ioniq has a 54mpg rating and that is way off. I have a Prius and I drive all of my cars like there was an egg between my foot and the gas pedal. The mileage on the ioniq on average

Review submitted by:dada1111

Pros:decent fuel milage, handles good

Cons:Extremely noisy Very rough ride

2020 Hyundai Ionic Blue Terrible MPG

Model Year:

2020

Manufacturer:

Hyundai

Model:

Ioniq Hybrid

Complaint Resolution:

No resolution

We have owned this vehicle for the past 2-3 weeks and although the vehicle is comfortable and reasonably quiet inside the cabin and does all that you would expect a new vehicle to do, it is not delivering the gas mileage that it is rated to do! I am beyond

Review submitted by:Randy

Pros:Nice car good features good safety overall

Cons:Fuel economy on window sticker not real world!

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