Henry from the DriveElectric Team walks you round the Hyundai IONIQ Electric ‘Premium SE’
Good afternoon and welcome to DriveElectric, my name’s Henry and today I’m going to show you around the Hyundai IONIQ Electric Premium SE.
This is the 28 kWh battery model so it will do between 130 to 140 miles on a single charge. This is in fiery red, we’ve also got some stock of the premium as well as the premium SE and a few different colours.
Follow me around I’ll show you the interior, from the outset you can see that it’s got folding door mirrors and keyless entry, as well as, heated and ventilated leather for the summer and the winter and memory functions on the bottom edge control the steering wheel.
Again, heated leather steering wheel and you’ve got buttons on there for both your Bluetooth and your adaptive cruise control and flappy paddles for the regenerative braking.
Climate control and sat-nav in the centre and there’s no gear stick at all, it’s just buttons for the gears if you follow me around to the back, of course, the leather is continued, and you’ve got ISOFIX points for the child seats and a fair bit of legroom for rear passengers.
Parking sensors and cameras on the very rear of the car and a fair bit of boot space. The seats fold down in a 60/40 split and you’ve even got a little bit of extra room underneath the floor.
That’s the 2018 Hyundai IONIQ electric premium se model.
The Hyundai Ioniq Electric is available to lease in 2 trim levels Ioniq Premium and the Ioniq Premium SE.
Some of the stand out features of the latest Model with Premium SE trim is:
- 38kWh battery
- Range: 193 miles WLTP
- Heated Leather Seats & Steering Wheel
- Bluetooth Connectivity with Steering wheel controls (Phone, Audio)
- Alloy wheels
- Metallic paint
Apple CarPlay™ & Android Auto
- Driver assistance and safety features such as: Lane Follow Assist, Hill Start Assist and
Electronic Stability Control.
- Can be fully charged up at home in around 6 hours.
Looking for a different electric car lease? The Hyundai IONIQ Electric is a great lease choice and popular with those making the switch to electric for the first time. There’s lot’s of alternative electric car lease options available, we’re really spoilt for choice nowadays.