Hyundai Ioniq a new normal for hybrids

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Old 19 Apr 2018, 09:50 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default Hyundai Ioniq a new normal for hybrids

Usually, describing a vehicle as "driving like a normal car" would be a backhanded compliment at best - but not when you're discussing hybrids. Despite having been on the market for ages, many Australians view hybrids with a level of scepticism - and to be fair, sometimes hybrids can have some less-than-ideal driving characteristics, be it sluggishness off the line, wooden brakes or, in the case of the Toyota Prius, outlandish look-at-me styling which doesn't appeal to buyers who don't want to scream their eco credentials to passers-by.

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