FOR SALE: Hyundai Ioniq electric premium 28kWh, £16,900ono, December 2016, White, ~40,000 miles 5-door hatchback, 100% electric car with 120-160 mile range

In Swindon, UK Full main dealer service history. 100% battery health, with the full 28kWh still available Low servicing costs- as there really isn’t much to service Manufacturer’s 5 year guarantee until Dec 2021, with 8 years on the battery, until Dec 2024 All-season Goodyear Vector tyres, nearly new Heat-pump heating and air-conditioning, Pet-free and … Continue reading FOR SALE: Hyundai Ioniq electric premium 28kWh, £16,900ono, December 2016, White, ~40,000 miles 5-door hatchback, 100% electric car with 120-160 mile range

Smart EV charging using Agile Octopus and Ohme- and occasionally earning money

One way to minimise the cost of running an EV is to use an off-peak electricity tariff. Mind you, there's not much to save. Even at the average domestic price of 15p per unit (kWh); 10,000 miles would cost you approximately £300. Not per month, that's per year. There is a gadget that can cut … Continue reading Smart EV charging using Agile Octopus and Ohme- and occasionally earning money

How long does it take to charge up 100 miles with an Ioniq Electric?

Update August 2019: this original post was written based on a Polar 50kW charger. I have since used a 62kW Instavolt which just opened at Frilford near Abingdon, UK. Even though I started with more charge, this saved over 5 minutes on the Polar- 101 miles added in 20 minutes, with an average rate of … Continue reading How long does it take to charge up 100 miles with an Ioniq Electric?

New 2020 Ioniq Electric announced – but it’s not all good news…

Hyundai have launched the next Ioniq Electric model for 2020, with a bigger battery- up to 38.3kWh useable. Hardly a surprise there. A modest increase, within the existing platform, sounds like a sensible but incremental step. Think of it as Ioniq V1.5 rather than V2. 38kWh compared to the existing 28kWh means up to around … Continue reading New 2020 Ioniq Electric announced – but it’s not all good news…