2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 EV Review!
Switching to an EV isn’t easy, but these cars are slowly taking over the market with changing trends and emerging technology. If you’ve been considering an EV, you may want to explore the 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 EV. It’s been a top choice for many, and with so much to offer, this car is here to stay.
2023 Latest Changes
The Ioniq debuted in 2022, so this year, Hyundai hasn’t changed much for the lineup. Instead, the car will only see a few subtle changes and sprucing up to improve performance.
Engine and Performance
The Ioniq 5 EV is a powerful electric car delivering a horsepower of 168 and torque of 258 lb-ft, allowing you to conveniently travel without compromising power.
The Ioniq 5 is a modern vehicle designed to keep travellers comfortable. It features multi-zone air conditioning, climate control, heated front seats, and a steering wheel. It also has convenient features such as driver adjustable lumbar, power driver seat, keyless entry and start, and power windows and door locks.
This EV features daytime running lights, automatic headlights, and integrated turn signal mirrors. It also features power and heated mirrors, remote trunk release, remote engine start, and variable-speed intermittent wipers.
Battery (Voltage, Capacity, Energy & Power)
This car has a standard long-range battery paired with an electric motor. The standard battery pack is a 58 kWh pack, which can be charged from 10%-80% in 18 minutes using a DC fast charger. It delivers a total range of 354 km when fully charged.
Infotainment and Connectivity
The vehicle has AM/FM stereo, HD radio, MP3 player, and steering wheel audio controls. It also has a navigation system, smart device integration, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Bluetooth connectivity.
Safety and Driver-Assistance Features
The Ioniq 5 has five airbags, disc brakes, stability control, and ABS. It also features driver assistance features such as a backup camera, brake assist, blind spot monitoring, lane departure warning, lane keeping assist, cross-traffic alert, rear parking aid, tire pressure monitoring, and adaptive cruise control.
Regarding the drivetrain, it's rear-wheel drive.
The EV has a single-speed reduction gear, including paddle shifters w/regenerative braking system, column-mounted shift-by-wire, and drive mode select.
Wheels & Tires
The car features 20-inch alloy wheels with a 3000 mm wheelbase and ground clearance of 155 mm.
Trims With Pricing
|Preferred RWD||Preferred RWD Long Range||Preferred AWD Long Range|
|EV Motor||125kW Electric motor + 58kWh lithium-ion polymer high-voltage battery||168kW Electric motor + 77.4kWh lithium-ion polymer high-voltage battery||239kW Electric motor + 77.4kWh lithium-ion polymer high-voltage battery|
|Charging time||10%-80% in 18 minutes (DC fast charger)||10%-80% in 18 minutes (DC fast charger)||10%-80% in 18 minutes (DC fast charger)|
|Battery Life/Range In Km||354 km||488 km||428 km|
|Towing Capacity (and Payload Capacity)||NA||NA||NA|
|Horsepower/Torque||168/258 lb-ft||225/258 lb-ft||320/446 lb-ft|
|Accelerations: 0 to 100KM Time Top Speed||7.4 seconds (RWD) 4.5 seconds (AWD) Top speed of 188 km/h||7.4 seconds (RWD) 4.5 seconds (AWD) Top speed of 188 km/h||7.4 seconds (RWD) 4.5 seconds (AWD) Top speed of 188 km/h|
|Number of seats, seating ventilation||Five-passenger, four-door||Five-passenger, four-door||Five-passenger, four-door|
|Cargo Space (third row)||770 L||770 L||770 L|
|Wheel Base||3,000 mm||3,000 mm||3,000 mm|
|Car power-to-weight ratio net||NA||NA||NA|
All pricing is based on Ontario MSRP and does not include taxes and fees. Dealer pricing may differ. Prices are subject to change anytime without notice.
Reserve Hyundai Ioniq Today!
EVs come with many benefits, and in the long run, these cars are way better than gas-powered vehicles for various reasons. The 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 EV in Oakville is right up there when it comes to a good EV, so there’s no reason why you should go ahead and reserve one for yourself today.