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Hyundai Ioniq Electric 100kW Premium 38kWh  - 24m lease - 8k miles p/a - £1134 initial + £189pm + £150 admin = £5631 @ Leasing Options
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Hyundai Ioniq Electric 100kW Premium 38kWh - 24m lease - 8k miles p/a - £1134 initial + £189pm + £150 admin = £5631 @ Leasing Options

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Excellent price for this Hyundai Ioniq Electric 100kW Premium 38kWh 5dr Auto - works out at 17.1% of £32.9k list price based on a 2 year lease with 8k miles. £188.99 per month (6+23 profile), plus £1,133.94 initial payment and £150 admin fee so a total of £5,630.71 - £234.61 net per month. Can add maintenance for an extra £6.74 a month. This is factory order with expected delivery in January. Leasing for this car seems a good option, given the 2 year estimated residual value is £15.3k.

Specs for the Hyundai Ioniq Electric include metallic paint with a choice of colours, Fluidic Metal (grey), iron grey, typhoon silver, fiery red, intense blue, liquid sand (beigey gold) and phantom black. Specs also include 17 inch alloys, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, Wireless Phone Charging, Keyless Entry and Push Button Start, Reversing Camera, Rear Parking Sensors, 7" Digital Display, 10.25" Sat Nav, Power folding Mirrors, Infinity Sound System, Dual Zone Climate Control, and Heated Front Seats. The car has a range of 184 Miles off a single charge with zero emissions.




Hyundai Ioniq Electric 100kW Premium 38kWh 5dr Auto

  • 6 x 23 payment profile
  • 8,000 miles per annum
  • £1133.94 initial payment
  • 23 monthly payments of £188.99
  • £150 admin fee
  • Total cost of lease = £5,630.71 or £234.61 net per month
  • Add maintenance for an extra £6.74 per month
  • Electric
  • Transmission - Automatic
  • 0-60 9.7 seconds
  • Road tax included
  • Factory order - January expected delivery

List price: £32,895

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A few interior images, obviously not left hand drive but gives you an idea

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p.s. you can get a electric vehicle home charging point for a subsidised cost with the OLEV EVHS grant e.g. £299 at Charged EV - link
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azy2k901/10/2019 14:32

real world usage would be around 150mpg, many factors affect mpg such as …real world usage would be around 150mpg, many factors affect mpg such as cold weather, using the gizmos in car like heated seats aircon etc


How much electricity in a gallon?
No use to me. Steering wheel is on the passenger's side.
Fantastic price!

With 0% bik next year it's a great deal of you purchase through your ltd company, even if you end up paying approx 6 months of 16% bik for this year. Claim 1/2 the vat back and offset The £4500ish against corporation tax, saving another £400 or so
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Very tempting
Voted hot for Automatic car at this price .
What distance can it travel before it needs charging
rayrayy001/10/2019 14:12

What distance can it travel before it needs charging


Around 150
rayrayy001/10/2019 14:12

What distance can it travel before it needs charging


says 184
Fantastic price!

With 0% bik next year it's a great deal of you purchase through your ltd company, even if you end up paying approx 6 months of 16% bik for this year. Claim 1/2 the vat back and offset The £4500ish against corporation tax, saving another £400 or so
Heat added, LHD
jaydeeuk101/10/2019 14:15

Fantastic price!With 0% bik next year it's a great deal of you purchase …Fantastic price!With 0% bik next year it's a great deal of you purchase through your ltd company, even if you end up paying approx 6 months of 16% bik for this year. Claim 1/2 the vat back and offset The £4500ish against corporation tax, saving another £400 or so


Ssshhh or everyone will be doing it!
jaydeeuk101/10/2019 14:15

Fantastic price!With 0% bik next year it's a great deal of you purchase …Fantastic price!With 0% bik next year it's a great deal of you purchase through your ltd company, even if you end up paying approx 6 months of 16% bik for this year. Claim 1/2 the vat back and offset The £4500ish against corporation tax, saving another £400 or so


I can see an explosion of company car schemes with these based on 0% bik; suspect it will push up prices
kamz5801/10/2019 14:13

Around 150


150 isn't practical for me. Charging at home, as I have on street parking, is another block for me.

Maybe one day these deals would be more attractive.

Sometimes electric isn't an option unfortunately.

Edit: I voted hot
Edited by: "alfreer1" 1st Oct
twinkle01/10/2019 14:14

says 184


real world usage would be around 150mpg, many factors affect mpg such as cold weather, using the gizmos in car like heated seats aircon etc
How much is road tax on this
alfreer101/10/2019 14:25

150 isn't practical for me. Charging at home, as I have on street parking, …150 isn't practical for me. Charging at home, as I have on street parking, is another block for me.Maybe one day these deals would be more attractive.Sometimes electric isn't an option unfortunately.Edit: I voted hot


There are a few new companies tackling this issue and installing road side street chargers. Other countries have them linked to their lampposts for ease. Eventually the market will be open to all...maybe...
jaydeeuk101/10/2019 14:15

Fantastic price!With 0% bik next year it's a great deal of you purchase …Fantastic price!With 0% bik next year it's a great deal of you purchase through your ltd company, even if you end up paying approx 6 months of 16% bik for this year. Claim 1/2 the vat back and offset The £4500ish against corporation tax, saving another £400 or so


I'm not sure this would work out for me, even with the new benefits, given the mileage I do and claim for. Is there a guide somewhere on wht's changing or a comparison tool?
azy2k901/10/2019 14:32

real world usage would be around 150mpg, many factors affect mpg such as …real world usage would be around 150mpg, many factors affect mpg such as cold weather, using the gizmos in car like heated seats aircon etc


How much electricity in a gallon?
Dont forget, charging to 95% using your home 3 pin plug is about 19hrs!

If you pay extra for the wall box (7KW) then you will get a full charge in over 6.

Real world feedback: We have a few on the fleet, they are ok. Hyundai have slowed the pick up of this car down a bit, which is a shame as you loose of the off the line zip we have come to associate with the electric cars.

There very little body roll but the suspension is the dead pan style. Its hard over even small disturbances on the road and easily upset by bigger niggles. Cornering on a disrupted road surface will require some extra correction from the driver while the passengers will notice the jarring.

A cheap, stop gap until things improve from other car markers.
Edited by: "groenleader" 1st Oct
No use to me. Steering wheel is on the passenger's side.
Tempted by one of these to upgrade from our current 22kwh Zoe. By the time I've paid the battery lease, extended warranty, yearly servicing & MOT, it's not far off being the same monthly cost...
Jon_Gant01/10/2019 15:00

Tempted by one of these to upgrade from our current 22kwh Zoe. By the …Tempted by one of these to upgrade from our current 22kwh Zoe. By the time I've paid the battery lease, extended warranty, yearly servicing & MOT, it's not far off being the same monthly cost...



From a car point of view the Zoe is cheeky and a bit fun drive and has some character, the Ioniq is/does not! If your just crunching numbers look a the MG electric SUV too. The screens etc. are just as junky as Hyundais and there is a bit more shiney black plastic about.
Edited by: "groenleader" 1st Oct
Says initial payment is £1133.94
groenleader01/10/2019 15:14

From a car point of view the Zoe is cheeky and a bit fun drive and has …From a car point of view the Zoe is cheeky and a bit fun drive and has some character, the Ioniq is/does not! If your just crunching numbers look a the MG electric SUV too. The screens etc. are just as junky as Hyundais and there is a bit more shiney black plastic about.



Cheers, perhaps a 'stick with it' then! We have the EV as the second car so don't need something large like the MG. E-Golf deals keep popping up, would that be more of an upgrade?
FinbarMcDougal01/10/2019 14:55

No use to me. Steering wheel is on the passenger's side.


Then just put the missus in the driver seat sorted!
FinbarMcDougal01/10/2019 14:55

No use to me. Steering wheel is on the passenger's side.


Is this American Model ?
aa64xyz01/10/2019 14:52

About 8 pints


A litre of petrol contains the equivalent of around 10kwh of energy.
So this battery has the equivalent of about 3.5 litres of petrol at full charge, and can do 180 odd miles.
SFconvert01/10/2019 15:45

A litre of petrol contains the equivalent of around 10kwh of energy.So …A litre of petrol contains the equivalent of around 10kwh of energy.So this battery has the equivalent of about 3.5 litres of petrol at full charge, and can do 180 odd miles.


Is that metric, imperial or US litres?
Zarjaz200001/10/2019 15:46

Is that metric, imperial or US litres?


Litres are the same worldwide, only gallons differ
groenleader01/10/2019 14:54

Dont forget, charging to 95% using your home 3 pin plug is about 19hrs!If …Dont forget, charging to 95% using your home 3 pin plug is about 19hrs!If you pay extra for the wall box (7KW) then you will get a full charge in over 6.Real world feedback: We have a few on the fleet, they are ok. Hyundai have slowed the pick up of this car down a bit, which is a shame as you loose of the off the line zip we have come to associate with the electric cars. There very little body roll but the suspension is the dead pan style. Its hard over even small disturbances on the road and easily upset by bigger niggles. Cornering on a disrupted road surface will require some extra correction from the driver while the passengers will notice the jarring. A cheap, stop gap until things improve from other car markers.


TBF, thats if you're charging from flat. I imagine (and I don't have an electric car yet) most people would, or should, be charging every day. A 20m trip to the office and back is fine if just plugging in overnight, even better if you have somewhere to charge at work.
bilbob01/10/2019 14:34

I'm not sure this would work out for me, even with the new benefits, given …I'm not sure this would work out for me, even with the new benefits, given the mileage I do and claim for. Is there a guide somewhere on wht's changing or a comparison tool?


Someone's probably done a comparison somewhere.
What business mileage do you do? You can claim 4ppm too remember, get a maintenance contract and that can be claimable which will cover servicing too in most cases.
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 1st Oct
Got solar panels? Then install a Zappi charger and charge this car for "free" or virtually free. Cheap as chips motoring. A great deal if you want to dip you toes into the EV world and dont want to buy the MG EV thats an amazing bargain at the moment
cheeky_chops01/10/2019 14:18

Ssshhh or everyone will be doing it!


Thats what the Govt want though. Scrap the grant, let business buy cars from new, and then in 2-3 years time flood the market with cheap 2nd hand electric cars which the public can then buy. Govt will then introduce road fund licence based on battery size. Someone in Govt has worked out its cheaper to charge 0% / 2% bik than keep the grant going and fund other methods of reducing Co2.
jaydeeuk101/10/2019 15:57

Someone's probably done a comparison somewhere. What business mileage do …Someone's probably done a comparison somewhere. What business mileage do you do? You can claim 4ppm too remember, get a maintenance contract and that can be claimable which will cover servicing too in most cases.


Hmmm... I do between 20-25 k per year, what's the 4ppm for?
jaydeeuk101/10/2019 14:15

Fantastic price!With 0% bik next year it's a great deal of you purchase …Fantastic price!With 0% bik next year it's a great deal of you purchase through your ltd company, even if you end up paying approx 6 months of 16% bik for this year. Claim 1/2 the vat back and offset The £4500ish against corporation tax, saving another £400 or so


Wow, so if your a business hire its £4,500 24 month?
thunderdog01/10/2019 14:39

How much electricity in a gallon?



About 30kwh if you burn it to make the electricity
Jon_Gant01/10/2019 15:32

Cheers, perhaps a 'stick with it' then! We have the EV as the second car …Cheers, perhaps a 'stick with it' then! We have the EV as the second car so don't need something large like the MG. E-Golf deals keep popping up, would that be more of an upgrade?


What is the zoe like. people keep telling me they loose charge too quickly and can only do around 30miles (im sure its not true but be nice to hear from an actuall owner)
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