Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid

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AFTER INCENTIVES

$20,499

MSRP

$26,500

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ESTIMATED INCENTIVES

$6,001

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Loan Payment

$467 / month

Down Payment

$2,855

10% of MSRP plus tax

ESTIMATED INCENTIVES

$6,001

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Lease Payment

$195 / month

FIRST LEASE PAYMENT

$3,050

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Incentives For Lease

$6,001

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TYPE

Hatchback

Minimum Seats

5

FUEL TYPE

PHEV

ELECTRIC RANGE

29 miles

Total Range

630 miles

TIME TO CHARGE - LEVEL 2

~ 2 hr 40 min

BATTERY SIZE

8 kWh

CO2 EMISSIONS REDUCTION

5,453 lbs/yr

Trees Planted

114

Gasoline Saved

336 gal/yr


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Compare the Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid to a similar gas vehicle, the Honda HR-V AWD

12,000 miles

60%

5 Years

$2.95


Assumptions

Results have been updated as of 3/2/2021, 4:52:04 AM.

The Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid is $53 cheaper to fill up monthly


VehiclesElectricityGasolineTotal
Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid$29$23$52
Honda HR-V AWD$0$105$105

The Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid is $4,772 cheaper to own over 5 Years



DescriptionHyundai Ioniq Plug-In HybridHonda HR-V AWD
Vehicle$11,242$12,363
Maintenance$2,438$3,250
Insurance$8,390$8,030
Electricity$1,760$0
Gasoline$1,362$6,321
Total$25,192$29,963


Compare the cumulative lifetime cost of the Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid to a Honda HR-V AWD

YearHyundai Ioniq Plug-In HybridHonda HR-V AWD
Year 0$20,499$19,000
Year 1$25,343$23,993
Year 2$28,133$27,513
Year 3$30,923$31,033
Year 4$33,713$34,553
Year 5$25,192$29,963

Note: Breakeven chart assumes the vehicles are purchased in cash.

We selected the Honda HR-V AWD based on its proximity to the Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid based on brand, size, and price.

Up to $6,001 in tax credits and rebates are potentially available
for the Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid

$4,168

Federal Tax Credit


Tax credit for the purchase of a new plug-in electric drive motor vehicle. Credit amount depends on the car's battery capacity.

Up to $1,000

Federal Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Tax Credit


Customers who purchase qualified residential fueling equipment before December 31, 2021, may receive a tax credit of up to $1,000.

$1,000

California Clean Vehicle Rebate Project


The California Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP) offers rebates for the purchase or lease of qualified vehicles. Low income applicants are eligible for higher incentives.

$833

California Clean Fuel Reward


A point-of-sale reward available to all California residents who purchase or lease of an eligible new Battery Electric (BEV) or Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) vehicle at participating retailers.

California High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lane Exemption


Electric vehicles may use HOV lanes regardless of the number of occupants in the vehicle.

California Clean Vehicle Assistance Program Beneficial State Foundation


Beneficial State Bank has committed to providing loans at an 8% interest rate or lower to participants of the Clean Vehicle Assistance Program.

Anaheim Public Utilities EV Rates


Anaheim Public Utilities (APU) offers Time-Of-Use rates to customers for electricity used to charge PEVs.

Up to $1,000

Anaheim Public Utilities EV Charger Rebate


Anaheim Public Utilities is offering Personal Use Electric Vehicle Charging Station Rebates to residential, commercial and industrial customers who install Level 2 (240-Volt), or higher, plug-in electric vehicle (EV) chargers at their home or business. Eligible customers not participating in one of Anaheim's special EV / TOU rates can receive up to $400 per any Level 2 EV charger, or up to $1,000 per networked charger upon enrollment in one of the aforementioned rates.

Up to $500

South Coast AQMD Resident EV Charging Incentive Pilot Program


Incentive of $250 for the cost of hardware for eligible Level 2 residential chargers. Chargers not listed on the online application may be considered for the program. An additional incentive of up to $250 will be available for low income residents. Eligible vehicles must be on the Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP) eligibility list. This rebate can only be stacked with other programs towards the cost of installation.

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