2019 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid Reliability

$22,400 - $29,350
Price Range (MSRP)

On the J.D Power overall quality rating, the Ioniq Hybrid scored a paltry 70 out of 100, which while only marginally less than the Prius’s score of 74, is on the lower margin for what J.D. Power deems to be of average reliability. Despite materials seeming cheap, overall impressions of build-quality are high. Hyundai’s extensive drivetrain warranty of 10-years/100,000-miles applies here, as does an unlimited battery warranty. 

Problems and Recalls

While there have been two recalls for earlier year models, there are no current manufacturer recognised issues. A few minor issues have been reported by buyers, including problems with disengaging cruise control, problems with the brake system, and a few minor electrical issues, but these are isolated incidents that don’t appear to affect a broad number of Ioniqs.

Warranty

Basic 5 Years/60,000 Miles
Drivetrain 10 Years/100,000 Miles
Corrosion 7 Years/Unlimited Miles
Hybrid/Electric Components 10 Years/100,000 Miles
Roadside Assistance 5 Years/Unlimited Miles

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