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Old 01-24-2020, 02:08 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Thanks for the info!



I misspoke -- not charger, but charging cable. All documentation I've read points to the Ioniq coming with a Level 1 and a Level 2 charging cable. Beyond that there is very little information out there about the specifics.

IE: Plug-type, IP rating, etc.

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The USA ICCB is 120v / 12 amp with a SAE J1772 plug on the car end and a standard 3 prong on the socket end. That gives 1.4 kW. I donít know about IP rating.

The EU ICCB is 220v / 10 amp For 2.4 kW

Do not expect to get a level 2 charger with the car in the USA.

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Old 02-06-2020, 04:12 AM   #22 (permalink)
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I'm drawn to the Hyundai Ioniq because it is a hatchback with the largest hybrid fuel tank (11.9 gallons) and a generous MPG
Tahoe hybrid has a 24.5 gallon tank
modern one yes over all no..

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This will do 600 miles, is pretty quick, has 4wd and more room than an xterra. Not all that efficient overall, but considering the power, size, and 4wd it's pretty good.
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I'm gonna resurrect this thread to say thank you to everyone for helping with the decision!

I ended up going with a 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid w/ the Touring trim.

Found it locally for 21k out the door and it has been a dream. Averaging 50.5MPG according to Fuelly but it's really closer to 52 as a large portion was driving to and from West Virginia for our honeymoon which reduced the average down to 47.

The 15.8 gallon tank allowed me to get my first 800 mile tank too! It has a low-fuel cutoff just before 15 gallons because I ran out of gas thinking I had a gallon left. Grabbed a gas tank and recorded how much I put in the tank + canister and it was only 15 gallons

I've put almost 7k miles on it since early July!

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