The most prominent issue that has plagued the Hyundai Tucson is transmission troubles. Many users reported that their vehicle would not move forward and accelerate after it came to a stop on the road. This problem is especially noticeable in the 2016 model of this car.
While some colleagues don't consider the Ioniq 5's interior to be all that and a bag of chips, I think it's plenty impressive. My Limited-trim tester's two-tone gray interior wouldn't be my choice, because the bright faux leather can pick up some very obvious smudges, but black is thankfully also on offer. But the whole shebang works -- it's straightforward and uncluttered, which makes it both look and feel quite roomy, and its panoramic glass roof only reinforces that airiness.
As of this writing, most Hyundai Ioniq 5 reviews have taken place in perfect weather, so I am excited to report on how it handles Michigan's thus-far-garbage winter. A remote start button on the fob gets the Ioniq 5 heating up, which it does quite quickly. However, the power electronics under the hood don't generate nearly the same waste heat as an internal combustion engine, so you will likely need to take an ice scraper to the hood if you don't own a garage, lest you shed frozen rock-missiles on the highway and shatter some poor bastard's windshield, if not your own. Also, while I appreciate the unique flappy door handles, brushing off the car with the key in your pocket may inadvertently fill those handle gaps with enough ice to prevent them from closing. Word to the wise: Keep the doors locked or the key in the house to avoid this. And while I didn't find a rear wiper necessary, per se, it would go a long way in removing highway salt buildup after longer journeys. I'd say you can just squeegee it clean, but it's not like you're regularly stopping at gas stations anymore.
Right now, of the current batch of electric crossovers, the Hyundai Ioniq 5 would be the one I'd get. It feels less SUV-ish than the Ford Mustang Mach-E, although it's not as fun to drive. The Volkswagen ID 4's infotainment quirks can be frustrating, and it didn't leave the factory with one-pedal driving (although an over-the-air update will add it soon). The Kia EV6 is basically the Ioniq 5's kissin' cousin, but I like the Hyundai's styling more, and its trunk is slightly larger. Given our experiences with the Tesla Model Y's driver-assistance features, that'd be a hard car to recommend. But some new contenders will soon challenge the Hyundai for its crown, including the Nissan Ariya, Subaru Solterra and Toyota BZ4X.
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At the end of the day this does strike me as a product or cutting costs by removing features perceived to be unwanted, unneeded or niche. For example, 3 years ago if I tried to add $500 to the base price of your Hyundai for the system would you have taken it then or passed? I bet a large number of customers would have preferred to save $500 just as the manufacturer did.
It's not a perfect technology; road conditions and polarized sunglasses can make it difficult to see, and I felt that the fonts were a bit small for my myopic eyes. I would have liked to have the ability to magnify them perhaps another 25%. But it's a cool technology nonetheless.
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Most buyers dislike the negotiating process when buying a new car, Moody said, and some dealers have responded to that by going to a one-price model that is more akin to buying a new television where the price listed is what any buyer would pay.
"You wouldn't go to Target and see a TV listed for $900 and bring it up to the register and ask to pay $750," Moody said. "We're seeing more adoption of the one-price model as there are more buyers who prefer that or would even be willing to pay more to have the negotiation process eliminated."
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