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Monday, May 28, 2018

IONIQ: A hybrid fastback "Wagon" for Below RM110,000

Good news for Estate, Touring or Stationwagon lovers like me.  I found a "2+3 seater" hybrid fastback Wagon for Below RM110,000.  It comes with Spare tyres and Wagon like versatility.  The car's no other than Hyundai Ioniq.  It's the only hybrid in its class with barrier free Flat folding rear seats (Honda City hybrid have "Sedan Bone") with a spare tyre and tool kit.   Check out the MASSIVE Luggage space.

Price: RM94,788 for HEV Std and RM109,988 OTR Without insurance for Ioniq HEV+ AVN (before Raya discount - June still unknown) Please call direct:
http://jeffersonlim.wasap.my or 012-6852718 for June Promotions.

 #CanyourHybriddothis?  Can your hybrid do this? 

 Boot space goes from 488 litres VDA (520 litres for HEV Std) to 1410 litres (1505 litres for HEV Std).

http://jeffersonlim.wasap.my or 012-6852718 for June Promotions.

Below are excerpts quoted from Carwow.co.uk:


 Above: Not my Youtube Video.  Source: https://youtu.be/gO3cdaLTNg4

"The Ioniq’s boot opening is wide and square so it’s relatively easy to lift in some bulky luggage but there’s quite a tall boot lip that makes loading heavy items rather difficult. Still, its square shape makes it easy to pack full of large boxes and all Ioniqs come with a handy luggage net (sadly, Europe Only) to help tie down smaller items.

Sadly, there isn’t any storage space under the boot floor and you can’t adjust the floor height to reduce the size of that annoying boot lip, either. There are a few tether points dotted around the boot but no shopping hooks to stop your groceries rolling around.

Fortunately, you can fold the back seats down in a two-way (60:40) split if you need to carry some very long items and a passenger in the back seats at once. Flip both back seats down and the Ioniq’s boot grows to 1,505 litres – big enough to carry a bike if you remove one of its wheels. The back seats don’t fold completely flat, however, so it’s not particularly easy to push heavy boxes right up behind the front seats."

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Also, Full size spare tyres with full set Tool kits like Tow Hook, Car Jack and handle, spanner, screwdriver.  Donut with False floor for HEV Std (Photo below).  
 Above and below: HEV Std slightly larger Boot space with false floor due to Space saver spare wheel.


Still not convinced?  Check these out:
 Is this qualified enough to call this a "Fastback Wagon".  Check out its load versatility.

Rating 9.5/10.  The Car I'll buy without Hesitation IF I HAVE THE MONEY!


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