1,057 used Hyundai Ioniq have been price checked

1,057 used Hyundai Ioniq have been price checked

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Hyundai Ioniq information

Interested in the South Korean Hyundai Ioniq? AutoUncle has 954 used Hyundai Ioniqs for sale in the UK. This aggregates listings from various online platforms and dealership websites, ensuring you have close to a total overview of all available pre-owned Hyundai Ioniq for sale in the United Kingdom.

How much does a used Hyundai Ioniq go for?

The pricing range for a used Hyundai Ioniq model at AutoUncle will accommodate a diverse selection of budgetary needs. Currently, the prices for these pre-owned vehicles start at £11,499 and go up to £19,500.

The cost of a pre-owned Hyundai Ioniq is determined by several factors. Key contributing elements include the year the model is from, fuel consumption, mileage as well as equipment level.

For instance, a car that is newer and has fewer miles on the clock will typically command a higher price. In the same vein, models at the higher end, replete with luxurious features or more robust engines, generally come with a more substantial price tag.

Hyundai Ioniq trim level

The Hyundai Ioniq is offered in a varied array of trim editions to cater to different driving tastes and requirements. The most popular ones are:

When comparing the prices of used Hyundai Ioniq, it is essential that you exclusively compare with the offers of cars with a similar engine and equipment variant. If not, you may end up reaching a wrong decision on which car to buy.

A popular body type for the Hyundai Ioniq is the sedan

The Hyundai Ioniq only comes in the sedan body type in the UK. Their four-door design means that saloons and sedans have long been popular with families. The distinct boot compartment ensures that luggage and other items are securely stored, away from the passenger cabin.

Grey is the most sold colour

The Hyundai Ioniq is offered in the following colours: grey, white, black, blue, silver, red, orange, brown and yellow.

The most popular colour choice for the Hyundai Ioniq is grey and at present, there are 194 cars available in that particular colour. The second most popular colour is white with 184 cars available on AutoUncle, and the third most popular is black with 128 cars available on AutoUncle.

Positive aspects and things to weigh up about the colour grey

Grey cars offer several advantages that make them a practical choice for many drivers. A standout benefit of these cars is their ability to effectively hide dirt and mud, reducing the need for frequent cleaning and making them a practical low-maintenance option. Furthermore, grey cars are less prone to showing minor imperfections such as scratches and dings, as these are often less conspicuous on this neutral colour. This not only preserves the car's visual appeal but also contributes to its long-term durability. Lastly, grey cars often project an image of understated sophistication, making them a popular choice for those seeking a balance between practicality and a touch of elegance.

Commonly preferred alternatives

The Hyundai Ioniq faces stiff competition within its segment, and the following cars, in particular, serve as excellent alternatives to this small family car.

Favored alternatives for the Hyundai Ioniq

  • Ford Focus
  • Vauxhall Corsa
  • VW Golf VII

The top competitor to the Hyundai Ioniq is the Ford Focus. There are 8,467 of this car for sale in the UK right now and the average selling price is £9,990.

The Vauxhall Corsa is another popular car within the segment and you will find 7,288 cars for sale featuring an average selling price of £7,998. The VW Golf VII holds its ground as the third most attractive option with an average sales price of £14,490 and 5,112 units presently on offer in the UK. .

Seeking an Hyundai Ioniq alternative with a smaller carbon footprint?

Are you contemplating the Hyundai Ioniq, but at the same time, is the idea of an electric car appealing to you? The Hyundai Ioniq hasn’t been released as an electric vehicle. But should you be in the market for an electric vehicle comparable to the Hyundai Ioniq, here are several alternatives you might consider:

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