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2023 Review: Hyundai Ioniq 5

If you’re going to splurge on an EV, it’d be nice if you could find one that won’t feel outdated in a couple of years. If that’s your aim, the Hyundai Ioniq 5 is worth a look.

While there are no guarantees, this compact crossover’s advanced features should make it future-proofed. The top Limited trim level I drove was propelled by the most muscular of the Ioniq 5’s available all-electric powertrains, a 320-horsepower setup with standard all-wheel drive that produces strong acceleration.

Even more impressive, practically speaking, are its 303-mile driving range, quick recharging times and nicely tuned suspension that delivers a good balance of smooth ride and responsive handling. Inside is a spacious cabin with a distinctly futuristic time-machine look.

Figure in advanced features such as Remote Parking Assist (think of it as your computer-controlled valet), and you have an EV that you won’t soon outgrow.

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Fuel Economy (MPGe*)


  • 127 City
  • 94 Highway




  • Base MSRP: $45,500
  • As tested: $54,695


* Miles per gallon of gasoline equivalent