How Much Does a Fully Loaded 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Cost?
Hyundai is all-in on electric vehicles with their Ioniq lineup of SUVs and cars, including the new Hyundai Ioniq 6. The Hyundai Ioniq 5 changed nearly everyone’s perception of Hyundai’s EV offerings by bringing affordability, performance, and most of all, style to the EV marketplace. Of course, Tesla, Lucid, and other brands have found a way to make incredibly good-looking electric vehicles, but Hyundai showed just how radical a design could be for an EV with the Ioniq 5.
With the Ioniq 5’s concept car-like appearance, anticipation for the Ioniq 6 has been sky-high. With the first Ioniq 6 units being shipped to U.S. dealers, we can finally see just how much consumers are spending on Hyundai’s next foray into the EV marketplace. If you are looking to get behind the wheel of an Ioniq 6, here is everything you need to know about how much you can expect to spend on one of these EVs.
2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 SE: price, specs, and features
The 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 SE is the base model for the Ioniq 6 lineup. With this base model, consumers get a choice between a standard-range model and a long-range model, with the standard range starting at an $42,715 MSRP and the long-range model starting at an $46,615 MSRP. According to Hyundai, the standard range SE Ioniq 6 models come standard with a 149-hp, single electric motor drivetrain which powers the rear wheels only. If you get the long-range model, power jumps to around 225 hp.
The real deciding factor when it comes to electric vehicles is range, and the Ioniq 6 SE does offer a solid bit of range if you get the long-range model. The Ioniq 6 is only capable of a 240-mile range with its standard range battery pack, meanwhile, the Ioniq 6 SE long range can reach a range of around 361 miles.
The long-range Ioniq 6 SE is also available with all-wheel drive, which brings power ratings up to 320 hp and the range falls in the middle of these two trims at 316 miles. Other small features on the SE models include standard adaptive cruise control, heated front seats, and extendable door handles which lie flush against the Ioniq 6’s bodywork, giving the exterior of this EV a futuristic, streamlined look.
2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Limited: price, specs, and features
The Hyundai Ioniq 6 Limited is the top-of-the-line trim level for the Ioniq 6 lineup, and when it comes to pricing, this Limited model starts at an $53,715 MSRP. This trim level comes in either rear-wheel drive with a single electric motor or all-wheel drive with two electric motors. Unfortunately, the range is significantly lower on the Limited trim due to the larger 20-inch wheels found on this model. The 361-mile range found in the long-range SE model has been cut to 305 miles. For the all-wheel drive model, the range has dipped even further from the SE’s 316 miles to only 270.
Don’t let this range-cutting scare you from buying an Ioniq 6 Limited; it more than makes up for the loss of range with a ton of standard features. Some of these features include an ultra-wide power sunroof, an 8-speaker Bose sound system, heated and ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel, power-adjustable front seats, power-folding mirrors, rain-sensing wipers, and a 360-degree monitor. This tech-savvy Hyundai even comes with a parking assistant that is capable of automatically parallel parking your Ioniq 6 if needed.
Does the Limited trim have any extra packages?
If you are looking to make your 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 more impressive, Hyundai offers a few different features and packages you can add to your vehicle. Premium paint can be added for $1,000, along with a whole list of bonus accessories like alloy door sills, all-weather floor mats, and wheel locks. With all of these features added you can expect to pay around $59,440 MSRP after freight expenses.
If you are looking to get behind the wheel of a fully loaded, top-of-the-line midsize EV sedan, look no further. The Hyundai Ioniq 6 Limited offers a luxury experience at a fraction of what you could expect to pay for an EV from a luxury brand.