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Used Hyundai Ioniq 5

Are you thinking of purchasing a used hybrid car? Look no further than the Hyundai Ioniq 5 - an excellent choice! In total, there are 147 used Hyundai Ioniq 5s for sale on AutoUncle in the UK. This aggregates listings from various online platforms and dealership websites, meaning you get almost a complete overview of all available pre-owned Hyundai Ioniq 5 for sale in the United Kingdom.

How much is a pre-owned Hyundai Ioniq 5 worth?

The pricing range for a used Hyundai Ioniq 5 model at AutoUncle will accommodate a wide range of budgetary requirements. The listed prices for these pre-owned vehicles presently start as low as £24,873 and extend up to £47,700.

There are four main parameters which play a crucial role in what a used Hyundai Ioniq 5 costs: the year of the car, the car's fuel consumption, how far the car has travelled along with the vehicle's equipment variant.

For example, a car that's younger with fewer miles on the odometer will typically cost more. Likewise, higher-end models with more luxurious features or more powerful engines tend to come with a higher price tag.

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More and more people are choosing electric cars over traditional ones

Electric cars are becoming increasingly popular in the UK market for several reasons, including reduced CO2 emission, faster acceleration and greater comfort. The integration of hybrid vehicles such as the Hyundai Ioniq 5 is essential in the changeover to more sustainable and eco-friendly transport options.

Uncover AutoUncle's range of electric vehicles here

Upsides to investing in a used electric car

There are many benefits of buying a used electric car. Benefits such as:

  1. Lower purchase price: Used electric cars usually have a more attractive price tag than new vehicles. The lesser price tag enables a wider demographic to access electric vehicle technology.

  2. Environmental impact: Selecting a second-hand EV over a brand-new one additionally lessens environmental impact. Constructing a new car, with the battery in particular, leads to a noteworthy carbon footprint. Investing in a used car indicates you're not furthering this environmental impact.

  3. Improved battery life: Concerns about the battery lifespan in EVs has decreased with the evolution of technology. Many previously owned electric vehicles have a considerable amount of their battery life intact, and the costs for battery replacements are reducing.

  4. Performance and technology: Many of the modern electric cars showcases standout performance and the very latest in technological innovation. Even EV models from a few years ago can still ensure a cutting-edge driving experience.

  5. Government incentives: Though not to the extent of new electric vehicles, there might still be government incentives available for used electric cars, for instance, decreased road tax and the ability to enter low-emission districts.

The suv is a favoured body style for the Hyundai Ioniq 5 in the UK

In the UK, the Hyundai Ioniq 5 is exclusively offered in the suv body style. SUV stands for Sport Utility Vehicle and represents one of the most sought-after car types in today's market. These vehicles are known for their versatility and elevated driving position, attributes that are particularly favoured by many motorists.

Grey is the colour of choice for most people

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 is offered in the following shades: grey, white, blue, gold, green, black and turquoise.

AutoUncle currently offers a selection of 41 Hyundai Ioniq 5 models available in the grey colour option for you to explore and choose from. The second most popular colour is white with 19 cars available, and the third one is blue with 17 cars available.

Benefits and points to consider about the colour grey

Opting for grey as your car's colour presents several compelling advantages. 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. Moreover, grey cars are less likely to highlight minor imperfections like scratches and dings, as they tend to blend seamlessly with the car's overall appearance. This quality not only maintains the vehicle's aesthetic appeal but also helps preserve its resale value. Moreover, grey cars often exude an air of understated elegance and sophistication. This makes them an attractive option for individuals who appreciate a subtle yet stylish appearance.

Commonly preferred options to the Hyundai Ioniq 5

There exist some similar cars to the Hyundai Ioniq 5, and the following cars in particular are good alternatives to the used Hyundai Ioniq 5.

Well-liked options instead of the Hyundai Ioniq 5

  • Ford Focus
  • Vauxhall Corsa
  • VW Golf VII

In the realm of medium sized family cars, the Ford Focus establishes itself as the prime contender for those in pursuit of a distinguished substitute to the Hyundai Ioniq 5. It has an average sales price of £9,990 and right now you can find 8,467 of this car for sale on AutoUncle.

Another alternative car is the Vauxhall Corsa with 7,288 cars listed for sale featuring an average selling price of £7,998. The VW Golf VII is the third best alternative. There are currently 5,112 of this car for sale in the UK with an average sales price of £14,490. .

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