2019 Hyundai Ioniq Review
This is a great car -- gets at least 48 MPG of the window sticker's reported 54 MPG, and about 600 miles per tank of the sticker's 640. It drives like a normal car, and has a (gas consuming!) sports mode that is just fun sometimes. I rented an Audi and noticed the water cups obscured the information on the front panel. One of the many times I said to my wife "I love my car!".
I use the steering wheel mute (SO handy!) and volume controls on the left side all the time.
The front panel controls are easy to manage without referring to the manual.
Setting the time to compensate for daylight saving changes is just a click, turning it on or off! The hour adjusts accordingly.
The sunroof is great for rapidly cooling the car when returning to it on a hot day.
There is an angle setting on the sunroof that quietly vents the car on the freeway.
The lane change and safety options alert me when drifting over the lane line or pulling out of a parking place when a car is coming (even indicates the side from which the approaching car is moving). Also, the rear view mirrors always light up when a car is in the blind spot. If the turn signal is on in this case, a warning beep helps to avoid an accident.
The electric power assist is great most of the time, but occasionally mistakes road dips for steering wheel intention -- causing a little effort to correct the fighting assist.
The mirrors go down automatically when in reverse -- handy for verifying the car is between the painted parking lines, but a little counterproductive for pulling out of my driveway.
Back seats fold back one-at-a-time when extra trunk space is required -- has come in handy a few times.
It's fun to drive and feels great on the road -- SO glad I bought it (especially with the price of gas being what it is!)