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Finding out tomorrow, I bet that Ioniq Charges faster tho :p
Gonna have to share your opinions. The only real negatives I've heard are that they are a bit thirsty, they don't currently precondition the battery, and the nav system is very meh.
 

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Gonna have to share your opinions. The only real negatives I've heard are that they are a bit thirsty, they don't currently precondition the battery, and the nav system is very meh.

Will definitely share my review! As well as charging curve the minute it gets low.
 

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Gonna have to share your opinions. The only real negatives I've heard are that they are a bit thirsty, they don't currently precondition the battery, and the nav system is very meh.
It does have Android Auto/CarPlay though so doesn't matter too much about the nav at least. Although it sounds like only over USB.
 
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I'm also waiting for Ioniq 5 delivery early 2022. Got email from Rivian mentioning expected delivery of R1T 2nd half of 2023 so it will be an opportunity to get used to a full electric vehicle before R1T.
 

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Gonna have to share your opinions. The only real negatives I've heard are that they are a bit thirsty, they don't currently precondition the battery, and the nav system is very meh.

Ended up wanting a Limited when you compare the features with the SEL and the fact that it's missing a power passenger seat it's a little bit of a turn off at 52k where a Limited is 56k and you get a LOT more. So alas we wait again.
 

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Ended up wanting a Limited when you compare the features with the SEL and the fact that it's missing a power passenger seat it's a little bit of a turn off at 52k where a Limited is 56k and you get a LOT more. So alas we wait again.
Interesting. I haven't bothered looking at the ones on lots here because they're all SE and SEL as well.
 
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