Three different trims give you the option of an Ioniq that focuses on ultra-efficiency with the $22,400 Blue; one that has all the stuff you need, but none that you don’t in the SEL at $24,950; and an all-you-can-eat buffet in the form of the fully loaded Limited model at $28,550. All three trims get the same combination of 1.6-liter gasoline engine and electric motor, with combined power at 139 horsepower. The Blue’s party trick is Prius-beating economy - not that the other trims are far off it - while the SEL is good for basic surfaces, but better styling, amenities like heated seats, and a raft of safety features. This approach of giving you all the important bits at an affordable price makes it the pick of the Ioniq range in our eyes. For those who want a little more luxury, a power sunroof, leather upholstery and HID headlights, that’s all on the $28,550 Limited model. Throw in the Ultimate Package for $2,200 to equip rear park sensors, an eight-inch navigation system, Infinity eight-speaker audio, and wireless device charging for a total blow to your wallet of $30,750.