The Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid is Your Best Bet for Efficiency in Concord & Greater Charlotte
vs. Toyota Prius & Kia Niro

There's a new hybrid in the game. That's the new 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid, a great option for drivers looking to spend as little as possible on fuel. Found here at our Concord, NC Hyundai dealership serving Concord, the new Ioniq Hybrid blends the kind of fuel-sipping hybrid powertrain with a fresh style and plenty of updated tech features found throughout the offerings from our favorite brand. Hyundai made sure to master the technology and innovation involved to produce one of the most efficient hybrids on the market, and by looking at other options, you can see they've largely succeeded. Come on over to our Hyundai dealer near Huntersville, Cornelius, Gastonia and Mooresville today to learn more about the new Ioniq Hybrid and for a quick test drive.

To give you an additional idea of why this Hyundai hybrid is your best bet, we're comparing it to two other options out there. The Toyota Prius is, of course, one of the longest lasting and most popular hybrid models, but we find the Ioniq takes fuel efficiency and technology even further. Another relative newcomer is the Kia Niro, which is still bested by the Ioniq Hybrid. Take a look through these comparisons with the two other popular hybrid cars, then visit our Concord Hyundai dealer near Charlotte today for a closer look so you can see for yourself why the Ioniq Hybrid is the best choice.

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2017 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid vs. 2017 Toyota Prius Comparison in Concord, NC

The Prius, while having been redesigned a few times since its debut, still has its iconic design that's instantly familiar to hybrid shoppers. The Ioniq Hybrid, on the other hand, looks more like a traditional Hyundai sedan, which, of course, means it's a fresh and sporty style that you're bound to love. The tech features in the Ioniq also tend to be more user-friendly than the way Toyota accessorizes its cars, and you know Hyundai regularly features one of the best warranty packages with its new vehicles. See below why the Ioniq Hybrid is the way to go, even when faced up against a more popular option.

  • With fuel efficiency being the focal point when shopping for a hybrid vehicle, you'll be pleased with how the new Ioniq edges out the Prius in that regard. With a 55/54/55 mpg city/highway/combined rating, the Ioniq Hybrid tops the 54/50/52 mpg offering in the Prius, making the Hyundai version your best bet.
  • Shopping for a hybrid means you're thinking about saving in the long term on fuel costs, but what about the here and now? You'll be pleased with how the Ioniq Hybrid starts off with a lower price than the Prius, and proves to be more affordable through the advanced trim levels.
  • Hugely popular in all kinds of vehicles these days, the available Apple CarPlay or Android Auto smartphone integration in the Ioniq Hybrid isn't offered with the Prius.

2017 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid vs. 2017 Kia Niro Comparison in Concord, NC

Now that we're comparing two relative newcomers to the U.S. hybrid market, things get a little more interesting. Hyundai and Kia share many similarities in their offerings, with more sporty and youthful drivers in mind. Looking at differences between the Ioniq Hybrid and the Niro, the immediately noticeable variation is the style. The Ioniq is more subtly styled, looking like a sedan - a gorgeous one at that - while the Niro is more of a hatchback / wagon style that really shouts to the world that it's a hybrid. See what other advantages the new Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid has over the Kia Niro.

  • Once again, the Ioniq proves to be the more efficient hybrid. This time, its 55/54/55 mpg city/highway/combined rating easily bests the Niro's 52/49/50 mpg output, so the choice is clear if fuel efficiency is the main factor in your decision making process.
  • Again, the Ioniq Hybrid comes with better warranty coverage than the Niro, with a longer powertrain warranty and additional hybrid / electric components coverage not offered with the Kia model.
  • They Ioniq Hybrid comes standard with some nice convenience features such as remote keyless entry and a 12-volt power outlet, both of which aren't available with the Niro.