Hyundai IONIQ 5 EV starts at A$71,900, up to 451 km range, just 400 available in November

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Hyundai has unveiled their pricing for the IONIQ 5 battery-electric medium SUV in Austrlaia. Set to go on sale in September, it’s hard to describe the starting price of A$71,900 + on road costs as cheap, it has landed at a reasonable price for what’s on offer and if you’re keen to buy into an all-electric future, the IONIQ 5 does offer some unique features. IONIQ 5 will be offered initially as a highly equipped ‘IONIQ 5’ launch variant, with a choice of 2WD (rear) or AWD powertrain, up to an initial allocation of 400 units. Hyundai says this first batch will be sold directly to customers, on a first-in, first-served basis, but I think they should continue this direct […]

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