5 Reasons to Buy a Hyundai Plug-in Vehicle

 
There are lots of reasons to buy a Hyundai, and there are lots of reasons to get a plug-in hybrid. Together, these reasons create a compelling argument for Hyundai plug-in hybrids. If you’re looking for a new vehicle, here are five reasons why you should consider these cars.
 

Hyundai Still Offers America’s Best Warranty

 

Hyundai built its reputation by offering America’s Best Warranty, and the company’s continuing to lead the industry in warranty coverage as new fuel types emerge. Specifically, Hyundai has updated it’s America’s Best Warranty coverage for plug-in hybrids. All new Hyundai plug-in hybrids come with:

 
                   
  • 5 years or 60,000 miles of new vehicle limited warranty coverage
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  • 7 years of anti-perforation warranty coverage
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  • 10 years of powertrain limited warranty coverage
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  • lifetime hybrid battery warranty coverage
 

Yes, Hyundai now warranties all hybrid batteries for as long as the original owner has the vehicle. Regardless of how many miles you drive, the battery will be covered if you purchase a new Hyundai plug-in hybrid. (This coverage also applies to non-plug-in hybrids.)

 

Hyundai Prioritizes Safety in all Vehicles

 

Hyundai has also always prioritized safety, and the company’s new plug-in hybrids are no exception. The 2018 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid was named a Top Safety Pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, and the 2018 Hyundai Sonata was named a Top Safety Pick+. (The IIHS hadn’t tested plug-in specific models at the time of writing.)

 

Plug-In Versatility with Next-Generation Capabilities

 

Plug-ins are the next generation in environmentally friendly vehicle design, and they’re the perfect type of car to be driving right now. Compared to other non-gasoline engine types, plug-in hybrids:

 
                   
  • have an all-electric range that traditional hybrids lack
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  • have a combined range that’s much farther than electric-only vehicles’ range
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  • use fuel types that are currently readily available anywhere
 

Two Options for Different Needs

 

Because drivers don’t have identical needs, Hyundai offers two plug-in hybrid models.

 

The 2018 Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid is the most affordable plug-in on the market, starting at just $25,835. A long list of features makes this not only the lowest-priced plug-in hybrid but a true bargain.

 

The 2018 Hyundai Sonata Plug-In Hybrid has been fully refreshed for 2018 that features an aggressive new look, wireless charging, HERE HD Traffic and more. Its 202 combined horsepower outperforms many alternative choices.

 

Awards Recognizing Excellence

 

Both the 2018 Ioniq and Sonata Plug-In Hybrids have won awards that further set them apart. The 2018 Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid was named the Women’s World Green Car of the Year, and the 2018 Sonata Plug-In Hybrid was listed among Ward’s 10 Best Engines. These are, of course, in addition to the safety awards given by the IIHS.

 

Test Drive a Hyundai Plug-In Hybrid

 

To see these Hyundai plug-in hybrids in person, come over to McGrath City Hyundai. At 6750 W. Grand Ave., Chicago, the dealership is a quick drive from either Oak Park or Chicago.When you visit, you’ll find both the 2018 Ioniq and Sonata Plug-In Hybrid ready for you to test drive.

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