Powered by diesel (for now).
Saw one at local dealer and it’s not boring to look at like an ID3/4.
I don't like the interior in the Ioniq, too pale and everything looks a bit glued in so I never considered it, love the lights though. I liked the Mach-e and test drove it twice but the handling left something to be desired especially on long fast curves, my wife noticed it and she doesn't drive much, but then she is used to riding in SAAB chassis. It also looks similar to so many CUVs.Because test-driving vehicles is maddeningly difficult right now, I am going to have to live vicariously through others -- thank you in advance! I realize these are total softball question to a biased audience, and I'm fine with that:
- If you were considering the Hyundai IONIQ5, why did you choose the EV6 instead?
- If you were considering the Ford Mach-E, why did you choose the EV6 instead?
- What other EVs lost out to the EV6?
What sort of m/kWh are you getting?(UK)
Wanted an EV capable of 250 miles even in winter, I have a good number of work days nearing that and while i'm happy to charge on the go, I didn't want to be obliged to. I was looking at smaller cars, for me a better size, but a £35k Kia Soul looks so dated compared to a basic EV6 Air at £41k. 3500 miles in, very happy with my decision, and as the weather is warming up here in the UK my mpkWh has continued to improve.