Hyundai Ioniq 5 pricing and models
There are three models in the 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 line-up; the $72,000 rear-wheel drive Dynamiq and the two all-wheel drive dual motor models, the $79,500 Techniq and the $85,000 Epiq. All these prices are before on road costs.
The Tesla Model Y Rear-Wheel Drive is priced at $69,300 and the Ioniq 5’s close relation, the Kia EV6, starts at $72,590 in its cheapest Air specification. Its pricing rules the Ioniq 5 Dynamiq out of state government rebates, but it qualifies for the federal government’s FBT exemption.
The Hyundai Ioniq 5 Dynamiq’s exterior equipment includes a power tailgate with hands-free opening and flat-faced 19-inch alloy wheels. There is no spare tyre. Inside the front seats have power adjustment and heating. All seats are trimmed in eco-friendly leather. Digital 12.3-inch touchscreen and 12.3-inch instrument panels sit side-by-side on the dashboard behind a single pane of glass. A head-up display in the windshield providing more info. Embedded sat-nav, wired Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Bluetooth streaming, wireless smartphone charging, eight-speaker Bose audio, dual-zone climate control and adjustable ambient interior lighting are all standard. There are five USB ports spread across the front and rear.
Techniq and Epiq additions include an easy access function for the driver’s seat; a heated steering wheel; integrated memory settings, powered calf support, ventilation and powered leg rests for both front seats; heated rear outboard seats and rear window shades.
The Epiq alone gets a fixed glass roof, a high efficiency heat pump heater, battery warming for faster DC charging and driving in cold weather, LED outboard interior lighting and digital exterior mirrors.
The Ioniq 5 is covered by the same five-year/unlimited km warranty as any orthodox Hyundai, while the battery pack gets an eight-year/160,000km coverage. Service intervals are huge at 30,000km or 24 months and capped price servicing out to six years/90,000km costs only $2230. That’s reflects the absence of an internal combustion engine and its costly consumables.