Hyundai earned recognition on U.S. News & World Report’s list of the “Best Hybrid, Plug-in, and Electric Cars of 2021.” Not only did the 2021 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid earn the title of Best Hybrid Car on the list, but the 2021 Hyundai Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid took home the Best Plug-In Hybrid title, too.
U.S. News appreciates the Ioniq Hybrid for being one of the most budget-friendly models in its segment. The car also gets up to 60 mpg on the highway and 58 mpg in the city, so you can save money on fuel as well.* On the inside, it incorporates environmentally friendly materials, like recycled plastics and bio-fabrics. Plus, plenty of space in each row and the trunk means everyone can be comfortable and fit their gear inside the car.
The Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid has much in common with its hybrid counterpart, including eco-friendly features and an advanced infotainment system. This car is also impressively fuel-efficient, reaching 52 mpg combined and 119 MPGe combined.** And, running solely on electric power, it has a range of 29 miles, which is perfect for running errands.** U.S. News recommends the Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid if you want an efficient and affordable car.
If you’re interested in getting behind the wheel of a well-rounded, green Hyundai model, schedule a test drive at Tipton Hyundai in Brownsville, Texas.
*2021 IONIQ Hybrid Blue: 58 City/60 Hwy/59 Combined MPG. 2021 IONIQ Hybrid SE/SEL/Limited: 54 City/56 Hwy/55 Combined MPG. Most fuel-efficient hybrid in America claim based on EPA-estimated combined MPG. Comparison excludes plug-in hybrids and electric vehicles. All figures are EPA estimates and for comparison only. Actual mileage will vary with options, driving conditions and habits, vehicle and battery’s condition and other factors.
**2021 IONIQ Plug-in Hybrid. 29-mile All-Electric Range based on a fully charged battery pack and 119 combined MPGe. MPGe is the EPA-equivalent measure of gasoline fuel efficiency for electric-mode operation. 52 Combined MPG (gas). 620-mile total range based on a fully charged battery and a full tank of gas. All figures are EPA estimates and for comparison purposes only. Actual range and mileage will vary with options, driving conditions and habits, vehicle and battery’s condition and other factors.