The 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Limited is the final trim level of the popular small electric SUV. Hyundai Motor Company knows how to provide value. Here are 5 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Limited features that make the EV worth over $53,000.
The 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Limited comes with a futuristic Head-up display
The 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Limited is the final Ioniq 5 trim. As a result, the Ioniq 5 Limited comes with some trim-exclusive features that make up for its high starting price. Hyundai’s premium Head-up display with augmented reality functions is one of those many features.
The Head-up display is completely customizable. Drivers can view turn-by-turn directions, traffic signs, driving convenience info, and blind-spot safety info using this display. This Ioniq 5 Limited driver assistance feature makes driving significantly easier because information like directions and speed can be in your field of vision without having to move your eyes. Talk about simplistic.
The Ioniq 5 Limited can be parked remotely
Hyundai’s electric SUV can do plenty of cool tricks, including remote parking. Yup, that’s right, you can control a Hyundai Ioniq 5 Limited the same way Batman can control his Batmobile without even being inside of it. The Ioniq 5 Limited is the only Ioniq 5 trim to include remote smart parking assist.
Hyundai’s small electric SUV senses rain
Rain-sensing windshield wipers may not be the most exciting Ioniq 5 Limited feature, but it makes the list of features that justify the EV’s price because it’s trim-exclusive. This feature is among a long list of standard Ioniq 5 Limited perks that make the final trim superior to the SE Standard Range, SE, and SEL. This version of the EV is clearly smarter than lower trims.
The Hyundai Ioniq 5 Limited has a surround-view monitor
A surround-view monitor isn’t a necessity at all, but it sure does make maneuvering the Ioniq 5 easier. Whether you’re parking or trying to avoid obstacles on rough terrain, the surround-view monitor can be a lifesaver because it gives the driver a mock-up eagle-eye view of the small electric SUV. Yet another standard Ioniq 5 Limited feature that improves the vehicle’s overall ownership experience.
Parking collision avoidance-assist-reverse is huge for drivers
Parking can be one of the most difficult parts of driving. It often requires some of the most complex driving maneuvers a driver will perform on the road. Parallel parking can be simple enough for experienced drivers, but what about when you include factors like ongoing traffic or crowded parking lots?
Even the most experienced drivers can get into a collision when reversing to park. The Hyundai Ioniq 5 Limited’s parking collision avoidance-assist-reverse is a trim-exclusive feature specifically designed to avoid nightmare parking collision scenarios.
The 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Limited starts at $52,600. It comes with plenty of great standard creature comforts and driver assistance features that make the Limited worth buying over other trim levels. Once you try the Limited, it’s tough to consider getting any other trim. Car and Driver claims that the SEL is the best trim for the money. Knowing some of the Limited’s trim-exclusive features, do you feel the same? Do competitors like the Ford Mustang Mach-E and Volkswagen ID.4 have better final trims?
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