alozzy wrote:Take a look at a 2017 Hyundai IONIQ, if I could afford a new EV that's what I would buy.
For some reason, sales haven't exactly been stellar, so you can probably get a great deal from a Hyundai dealer that's had the car sitting on their lot for months.
Every review I've seen or read on the IONIQ has been favorable, in particular the Regen system gets rave reviews and the drag coefficient is super low, meaning great range at highway speeds.
The Ioniq has battery cooling design flaws for hotter climates. While it has a stellar battery warranty, it is not transferable.