The 2022 Hyundai Ioniq is a hybrid car. It’s largely overshadowed by the Ioniq 5 and Ioniq 6, which are both EV models since EVs are so hot right now. However, the regular Ioniq gets better gas mileage. Most achieve 54 MPG in the city and 57 MPG on the highway for a combined price of 55 MPG. The Blue trim hits up to 59 MPG. This time, the plug-in hybrid can do 119 MPG on battery power and 52 MPG combined on air power. In short, it’s a fuel-efficient machine.
All in all, the Ioniq is great. It’s not the fastest car in the world, but it will get you to highway speeds and stay there without too much trouble. On the other hand, passing traffic can take you a minute. Most of the car is good, with a good interior, a good ride, and technology. However, it is clear that even Hyundai wanted to jump on this and get to the Ioniq 5 and 6 with their expensive and advanced technology. It’s a shame, because the Ioniq Blue model has 700 miles, which is impressive.
Unfortunately, the 2022 Hyundai Ioniq was also a model song. Hyundai dropped it before 2023. The name will remain with EV models. Even so, it is not easy to find cars that can do between that high-50 MPG rate, and the Ioniq was one of them.