2019 Hyundai IONIQ Electric Plus Trim Level Comparison
Drivers are making the switch from fossil fuel powered vehicles to electric, slowly but surely. You might want to make the switch yourself but have doubts about electric vehicles. The 2019 Hyundai IONIQ Electric Plus is the perfect compromise, because it can run on both types of power. If you want the 2019 Hyundai IONIQ Electric Plus, then you will have to choose your trim level. The 2019 Hyundai IONIQ Electric Plus has two trim levels, which are called the Preferred and the Ultimate.
The Preferred is the basic trim level, and it starts out at $32,299. The Ultimate will get you upgraded features and cost you the starting price of $36,799. Stay with us to learn how they compare with our 2019 Hyundai IONIQ Electric Plus trim level comparison.
2019 Hyundai IONIQ Electric Plus Preferred
2019 Hyundai IONIQ Electric Plus Ultimate
|Projector beam halogen headlights||Standard headlight type||LED Headlights with High Beam Assist|
|6-way manually-adjustable driver's seat including height adjustment||Driver’s seat features||8-way power-adjustable driver's seat with lumbar adjustment|
|Not available||Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) with pedestrian detection||standard|
|Not available||Lane Keep Assist System (LKAS)||standard|
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The chart above shows you two features that get upgraded when you switch to the Ultimate trim level. Like you can see in the chart above, some features are only available on the higher trim level, including the following:
- Chrome inside and outside door handles
- Artificial leather door trim inserts
- Artificial leather-wrapped centre console armrest and instrument cluster
- Aluminum door scuff plates
- Sunroof (power tilt and slide with one-touch operation)
- Passenger's auto up/down window with pinch protection
- Electrochromic auto-dimming rear-view mirror with integrated HomeLink ® transceiver
- Rear parking assistance sensors (RPAS)
- Wireless charging pad
We also want to cover the similarities between the two vehicles. They are two versions of the same model, which means that they have more similarities than differences. For example, whichever trim level you choose, you will have the same 1.6 GDI Atkinson Cycle DOHC 16-valve Inline 4-cylinder engine and Interior permanent magnet synchronous electric motor working together to power it. That gives them all of the same performance specifications, including their amazing fuel economy ratings of an estimated 2.0 L per 100 km with electric power and 4.5 L per 100 km with gasoline power.