Compare the Hyundai Ioniq in Temecula, CA

The Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid Goes All In Against the Competition Here in Temecula, CA

In the battle of the mid-size hybrid against upstarts like the Chevrolet Bolt LT all-electric compact, Toyota's own Prius One mid-size, and long-standing petrol models like the Honda Civic LX sedan, the rivalry can show itself ready to go the extra mile. But the Hyundai Ioniq and its feature-packed build pulls ahead in the final stretch, and where it counts. Take a look at how the new Hyundai hybrid compares.


Temecula Hyundai

27430 Ynez Rd
Directions Temecula, CA 92591

  • Sales: (951) 699-6807
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  • Parts: (951) 506-8971

Power and Performance

Right out the gate, Hyundai Ioniq Blue charges, with a 104-horsepower, 1.6-liter, in-line four-cylinder GDI DOHC engine coupled with a 43-horsepower, 32-kilowatt electric motor, yielding a net horsepower of 139 - plenty to remain geared for the distance-goer's long haul.

  • That's more than Toyota Prius One, at 121 net horsepower.
  • Compared to Honda Civic LX, with a less-efficient, gas-only in-line 4-cylinder DOHC i-VTEC engine, even at 158 horsepower, you'll find Ioniq Blue capable of going the extra mile, far beyond.


Fuel economy is fast becoming the order of the day trip. The Hyundai Ioniq Blue advantage here shows.

  • The Hyundai hybrid offers up to an estimated 57 mpg for cruising the city, ahead of Prius One at 54 mpg and Honda Civic LX at a mere 31 mpg. The same goes for Ioniq Blue on the highway. It offers up to 59 mpg compared to the 50 mpg afforded by Prius One and the 40 mpg of Civic LX. Even the Ioniq Blue combined mileage, at up to 58 mpg, leaves Prius One and Civic LX in the dust, at 52 mpg and 34 mpg respectively.

Size and Capacity

Long trips require plenty of room for fellow travelers and cargo alike. Hyundai Ioniq Blue has both in abundance.

  • A 96.2-cubic-foot passenger volume burgeons behind the sleek Ioniq Blue design lines. That's an edge on Chevrolet Bolt LT, at 94.4, and Prius One, at 93.1.
  • 26.5 cubic feet of cargo volume means ample Hyundai Ioniq trunk space, more than the 16.9 cubic feet in Chevy Bolt, the 24.6 cubic feet in Prius One, and that of Honda Civic, at 15.1.
  • Though Honda Civic LX may weigh in at a slightly larger 97.8-cubic-foot passenger volume, the Hyundai Ioniq 122.7-cubic-foot total interior volume pulls the hybrid far ahead of its 112.9 cubic feet, as well as of Bolt LT and Prius One, at 111.3 and 117.7 cubic feet respectively. That puts Ioniq Blue at the head of the pack as pertains rider comfort and storage space.


Take the Hyundai Ioniq Blue out on your next road trip, and you'll gain access to technological curios galore to both put intuitive controls conveniently at your fingertips and keep you and yours entertained for the duration.

  • The hybrid from Hyundai incorporates a high-resolution 7-inch Display Audio touchscreen infotainment system. It features the hands-free calling and wireless audio streaming capabilities of Bluetooth technology, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility for smartphone and audio device interface, a built-in HD Radio, and SiriusXM support for expanded listening options.
  • Toyota Prius One offers its own infotainment iteration, the Entune Audio system, but at a smaller 6.1 inches, and the Honda Civic LX loses a touch more size in its own 5-inch color LCD system. Plus, with the Civic base, you will find neither Apple CarPlay nor Android Auto nor HD Radio support.


When it comes to drive-time security, from Hyundai to Chevy, Toyota to Honda, each model makes the grade.

  • Hyundai Ioniq Blue showcases our automaker's Vehicle Stability Management system, alongside Electronic Stability Control, a Traction Control System to command pulling power across diverse terrain, and available Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection for enhanced situational awareness.
  • The Chevrolet Bolt LT all-electric compact offers Chevy's own StabiliTrak® electronic stability control system.
  • Toyota Prius One makes standard Toyota's comparable Star Safety System.
  • Honda offers similar Vehicle Stability Assist™ (VSA®) tech with Traction Control in its Civic LX compact sedan.

Price and Warranty

It all comes down to value that endures. Invest in a new Hyundai Ioniq hybrid in Temecula, and you'll see how our automaker delivers it.

  • Ioniq Blue you can find here at our Temecula, CA Hyundai dealer for around $23,085.00 base MSRP. That's less than Toyota Prius One, at approximately $24,360.00, and at approaching twice the fuel efficiency, Ioniq shows itself cost-effective against Honda Civic LX, too, at $20,415.00 base.
  • Hyundai Ioniq is built to last, with basic warranty coverage spanning 5 years or 60,000 miles, heading upward from there on powertrain and more. Whether you choose Chevrolet Bolt LT, Toyota Prius One, or Honda Civic LX, you'll only receive 3 years or 36,000 miles of basic coverage.
  • Chevy Bolt's base model might offer 200 horsepower and 266 pound-feet of torque via a 60-kWh Lithium-ion battery. It may take you up to 128 mpge in the city on a charge, up to 110 mpge on the highway, and feature up to 119 mpge combined mileage. Bolt might even have standout features like a more sizable 10.2 " diagonal LCD color touch-screen system. But it requires a towering initial investment in the area of $37,495.00, making it less cost-effective for the weekend warrior and extended vacationer alike.

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Take a Hyundai Ioniq for a Spin Here at Temecula Hyundai

The friendly Hyundai enthusiasts that call our 27430 Ynez Rd. showroom home will be delighted to introduce you to an Ioniq trim that stands apart not only from other exemplars in our line of stellar new Hyundai models in Temecula but also from its competition. Plus, when it's time to make one your own, you can count on the expertise of our on-site finance center to help you find the affordable car loan or flexible Hyundai lease ideal for your bottom line. Take the short drive out from nearby Poway, the area of Kearny Mesa, Carlsbad, or Escondido proper today, and see why hybrid enthusiasts prefer the Hyundai Ioniq.

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