New Hyundai IONIQ 5 & IONIQ 6 For Sale, Peoria, AZ

Hyundai's award-winning all-electric IONIQ 5 - 2023 MOTORTREND SUV OF THE YEAR, 2022 WORLD CAR OF THE YEAR WINNER & CAR AND DRIVER'S 2022 EV OF THE YEAR - has RWD or AWD options for 225 horsepower and a 303 mile range, or 320 horsepower and a 266-mile range, respectively.

The All-New 2023 IONIQ 6 electric sedan sports a breathtaking streamlined profile and all the tech you could want. You'll love the ultra-fast charging and incredible 361-mile range. This model has limited availability. Please contact us for more information.

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Hyundai IONIQ 5 Highlights



Video shown is for the 2022 model.

Hyundai's innovative use of interior space in the IONIQ 5 offers a wide range of customizable interior options including front seats that turn into recliners, so you can recharge as well. Although you won't need to wait long, because this IONIQ 5 with its 400V to 800V multi-charging system will capture an 80% rapid charge in only 18 minutes! Or if you're in a hurry, you can add up to 100 kilometers of driving range in only 5 minutes!

EPA has rated the 2023 IONIQ 5 Range as 303 miles for the base model (single motor, 2WD). The dual-motor AWD version has an EPA estimated range of 266 miles (256 for the SEL and Limited).

Power Specs

Depending on 2023 IONIQ 5 configuration (58- or 72.6kWh battery pack or rear-wheel or all-wheel drive), power outputs range from a top combined 301 hp and 446 lb-ft of torque, achieving 0-60 mph in 5.2 seconds to the most base config coming in at 214 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque with a 0-60 mph time of 8.5 seconds. Top speed at any configureation is 115 mph.

Look and feel

Hyundai designers describe an interplay of Parametric Pixels as representing the visual identity of the IONIQ 5. This synergistic design features clean exterior lines and surfaces flowing along the 3-meter-long wheelbase, which is, incredibly, just a hair longer than the Hyundai flagship, Palisade.

Inside, is an equally clean and elegantly simple interior design making high use of recycled materials and featuring a driver info center that resembles the 12.5" touchscreen just to its right. The front console slides back for easy access for rear passenger use as well. The completely flat floor adds to the spacious feel of the interior cabin. Rear passengers can easily get in on the conversation with second row seats that slide forward. Seat memory functions will make preferred passenger and cargo configuration changes a snap.

2022 Hyundai IONIQ 5 interior front view
Hyundai Motor Group’s Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP) is the foundation for the next generation of the group’s BEVline-ups.

Electric Global Modular Platform

  • Powerful driving performance
  • Impressive driving range
  • Strong safety features
  • Advanced interior space
  • For passengers' protection, E-GMP has an ultra-strong structure that disperses collision shock away from the passenger cabin and prevents it from deforming.

Advanced Technology

The Hyundai IONIQ 5 offers autonomous driving technology including automatic lane change, deceleration in curves and proactive accident prevention. You'll also enjoy autonomous parking for diagonal and parellel parking. The advanced head-up display system helps the driver stay focused on the road ahead.

Advanced voice recognition tech hears your voice and follows your instructions for such functions as rolling down a window, opening the trunk, turning seat warmers on or off, or many other useful activities.

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Hyundai IONIQ 6 Highlights

IONIQ 6 Air-slicing design nets range up to 361 miles

While the all-new Hyundai IONIQ 6 Sedan shares its EV platform with the IONIQ 5 and Hyundai's luxury brand's GV60, the all-new shape and design of the IONIQ 6 is more focused on slicing through the air to reduce the drag coefficient to an amazing 0.22. The IONIQ 6's low slung front and rear, bumper air vents, wheel well extensions, and rear twin spoilers all contribute to the excellent aerodynamics that will net the IONQ 6 up to a 361-mile range on the SE Long Range RWD model with a fully charged battery.

Hyundai IONIQ 6 exterior image side view

IONIQ 6 Powertrain

IONIQ 6 offers two basic powertrain configurations: RWD with a single rear electric motor or AWD models with two electric motors. Battery packs are Standard 53-kWh or Long-Range 77.4kWh. IONIQ 6 entry-level standard RWD standard battery 168 horsepower; the RWD Long Range 225 horsepower; or the AWD Long Range 321 horsepower. The 2023 IONIQ 6 SE Long Range RWD model provides a 361-mile range. The SE Long Range AWD offers 316 miles of range. Rear-wheel drive SEL and Limited trims deliver a 305-mile range, while these upper trims in AWD reduces that to 270 miles.

Hyundai IONIQ 6 exterior image rear angle view

IONIQ 6 Elegant Cabin

Simple elegance is the impression upon entering the 2023 Hyundai IONIQ 6. Clean and modern lines, seamless digital instrument clusters, slimline vents that look like part of the design, and streamlined doors unencumbered by control buttons which have been moved to the center console.

Hyundai IONIQ 6 interior front view

Thoughtful Extras

Sometimes little things mean a lot, like the available household style 110V power outlet for the back seat that will power anything from a laptop to a hair dryer and everything in between. We also love the available Hyundai Digital Key which works with your compatible Android phone, Apple iPhone or Apple watch. As an added bonus, Bluelink+ is launching with the new 2023 IONIQ 6 with standard access to top safety, maintenance, and remote technology features as complimentary for all new IONIQ 6 purchasers, no renewals required.

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Hyundai IONIQ 6 interior rear seats view showing available 110v power outlet

IONIQ 5 Frequently Asked Questions

How much does an IONIQ 5 cost?

A base model 2023 Hyundai IONIQ 5 SE Standard Range has a starting MSRP of $41,450. Mid-range SE and SEL start at 45,500 and $47,450 respectively, while the top-of-line Limited starts at $52,600 for RWD (add $3,900 for AWD). 

What is the range of a Hyundai IONIQ 5?

The full-charge range varies with trims and options. The SE Standard Range model (new to 2023) with 168 hp has a 220 mile range. The Upper trims all have 303-mile range with 225 hp RWD or the 320 hp AWD offers 266 miles with the SE, and drops to 256 for the SEL and Limited trims. These are estimated ranges based on internal testing. Real world mileage will vary with options, driving conditions, the vehicle battery's condition, and even driving habits.

How much does it cost to charge a Hyundai IONIQ 5?

That's actually a complex question. Overnight home charging is the most convenient for most people. It depends on what you pay per kilowatt-hour (kWh). As of January 2023, average cost per kWh in Arizona is 14 cents (but can be higher depending on where you live), and the IONIQ 5 gets about 3.3 mi/kWh. So say, for each hundred miles you drive, it'll cost you about $4.24. If you drive about 1,000 miles a month, you're looking at around $42 a month. When you purchase a new 2023 Hyundai IONIQ 5, you qualify for 2 years of FREE Electrify America 30-minute DC fast charging sessions. In Arizona, those stations normally charge 43 cents/kWh (or 31 cents/kWh for members) for DC fast charging.  

What is the IONIQ 5 like to drive in the real world?

As changes to the 2023 did not affect driving performance other than a small uptick in AWD range and efficiency, Redline Reviews' video test drive impressions of the 2022 Hyundai IONIQ 5 are still valid, noting, "Out on the highway here, the seats are comfortable, it's quiet, it's got amazing tech, great visibility, it's got that all wheel drive grip, instantaneous torque. This is exactly what I'm looking for - what a lot of people are looking for in an all electric crossover utility vehicle and it's very impressive. It's very impressive out on the road and out on the highway." During Redline's test drive, they took the IONIQ 5 AWD from 0 to 60 in 4.93 seconds! (Hyundai's official spec has 5.2 seconds.) They also noted that it DC charges among the fastest in its segment.

Does IONIQ 5 have a sun roof?

A sun roof is standard on the 2023 IONIQ 5 Limited.

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IONIQ 6 Frequently Asked Questions

When will the IONIQ 6 be available?

We are still awaiting an ETA on receiving IONIQ 6 models on our lot. Please contact us if you'd like to be notified as soon as the first ones arrive here in Peoria, AZ.

How does the IONIQ 6 compare to the Tesla Model 3?

Of course, we think the IONIQ 6 is better than a Tesla Model 3, but don't take our word for it - here are some of the things MotorTrend had to say about the IONIQ 6 compared to the Tesla Model 3 in their EV Sedan Showdown after they'd driven both cars.

About driving the IONIQ 6, MotorTrend's Angus MacKenzie's impressions will resonate with those who are looking for a smooth, quite ride, as he declared the IONIQ 6 "drives with the quiet sophistication of a Mercedes-Benz." His comments on the Tesla's ride were less enthusiastic, stating about the Model 3, "There's too much tire and road noise infiltrating the cabin, and a myriad of buzzes and rattles over broken pavement are testament to Tesla's poor build quality."

Regarding the interior, Motortrend reports: "Rear legroom in the Hyundai is immense in contrast to that of the Model 3..." and "The fit and finish of the IONIQ 6 makes the Model 3 look cheap and downmarket."

But what about tech? It appears that Tesla hasn't really been putting a lot into R&D lately. MotorTrend relates their experience driving the Model 3, saying, "...we've found Tesla's optimistically named Autopilot driver assistance system to be buggy and unreliable, occasionally shutting down without warning ..." Compare that to their experience with the IONIQ 6: "...what it claims to do it does, and does well. SmartSense basically offers Level 2.5 autonomy, with neat features..."

As far as range goes, it's a bit of an apples-to-oranges match up, as Hyundai has positioned their longest range model on the IONIQ 6 RWD 225 hp single motor, with the official EPA estimate of 361 miles, while you have to step up to a dual-motor AWD Tesla to capture their longest range of 353 miles.  As MotorTrend puts it, "… if you're not worried about winning traffic light grands prix and don't need AWD, the single-motor IONIQ 6 RWD Long Range looks as if it could go the distance with the dual-motor Model 3 Long Range."

We'll give you an update on price comparisons as soon as IONIQ 6 pricing information becomes available.

What colors does the IONIQ 6 come in?

There are 12 exterior color choices offered on the IONIQ 6, including a couple matte choices, as follows: Gravity Gold Matte, Abyss Black Pearl, Serenity White Pearl, Curated Silver Metallic, Nocturne Gray Metallic, Nocturne Gray Matte, Transmission Blue Pearl, Biophilic Blue Pearl, Ultimate Red Metallic, Digital Green Pearl, Digital Green Matte, and Byte Blue.

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