Hyundai Ioniq

Hyundai Ioniq News in Malaysia

  • Used Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid - C-sedan with Axia-beating fuel economy from RM 60k

    This week's used car buying guide centres around the 2016-2020 Hyundai Ioniq, a hybrid C-segment sedan that today can be had for prices one would pay for brand-new local hatchbacks. Keen? Read on... The Hyundai Ioniq range in Malaysia The Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid was first launched in Malaysia in November 2016, locally-assembled (CKD) in Kulim. It's also the only other plant to produce the model aside from Hyundai's Ulsan plant in Korea. Our time with it however stops in 2020, and Malaysia missing o


    Mar 4, 2023

  • Self-driving taxis introduced in popular Korean tourist destination Jeju Island

    Korea is bringing autonomous taxi trials outside Seoul and into Jeju island. Also known as self-driving or driverless taxis, the Korean government started trials on the popular tourist island on Thursday (3-November-2022). The self-driving vehicles will operate on two routes. The first route will run along the coast of Jeju Island from the Jeju International Airport. The stretch spans 16 km and will pass through tourist attractions such as the Yongduam Rock and Iho Tewoo Beach. The second route


    Nov 5, 2022

  • Owner Review: The Unique Ioniq, my story of 2019 Hyundai Ioniq HEV Plus

    ** This article is published on WapCar Community, representing the opinion of users. Click the link below to enter the community for car enthusiasts in Malaysia Basic information of my car: 2019 Hyundai Ioniq HEV Plus 102k Reasons why I bought this car To upgrade to a more reliable car with good safety features and saves fuel, as I travel a lot due for my work purposes. Car Selection Process I had a budget of: 100k Models that I’ve considered included : Used 2018 Honda C


    Sep 22, 2022

  • Owner Review: The unorthodox choice made with sensible factors: My 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid 1.6 HEV+

    ** This article is published on WapCar Community, representing the opinion of users. Click the link below to enter the community for car enthusiasts in Malaysia Basic information of my car: 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid 1.6 HEV+ Reasons why I bought this car I always wanted a C-Segment car. Another reason im buying this car is because my previous car, Proton Persona VVT 2018 is starting to exhibit some aging symptoms. Car Selection Process I had a budget of 50K to 80K Models


    Aug 4, 2022

  • These 12 cars were discontinued in Malaysia in 2021 – Jazz, Outlander, Myvi MT, and more

    Malaysians said goodbye to these 12 models in 2021 Some were discontinued due to poor sales, others due to age Which will you miss fondly? Once again, the big blue planet that we currently reside on has made its full orbit around the sun and the year 2020 v2.0 2021 ends. While some might remain optimistic that 2022 might be better with a huge array of upcoming models, we’d like to dedicate this article to the cars that won’t make it into the new year. Some of these models were revered by their o

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    Jan 1, 2022

  • Owners of Hyundai Ioniq take note: Up to 25% discount on spare parts

    Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors (HSDM) is offering an exclusive aftersales deal for Hyundai Ioniq owners. Starting 1-October-2021, Ioniq owners will get up to 25 percent discount on spare parts and 10 percent more on labour charges. They will also be entitled to a free 20-point inspection. Although the Hyundai Ioniq is no longer on sale in Malaysia, HSDM is not neglecting the upkeep of the hybrid model buyers. The aftersales campaign will run throughout October until the end of November (30/11/2021).


    Oct 18, 2021

  • Grab is partnering with Hyundai to increase EV ownership in ASEAN

    Hyundai Motor Group and Grab Holdings Inc. have announced that it will expand their partnership to accelerate adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) in the ASEAN region. The partnership will further develop new solutions that will lower the barrier of entry for Grab drivers and delivery partners to adopt EVs. Based on the initial EV pilot in Singapore, some of the issues that are faced by the driver-partners from adopting EVs include high costs, lack of charging locations, and long waiting times fo

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    Jun 23, 2021

  • Want an electric car? Here are EVs available in Malaysia and her neighbouring countries

    So, you’re tired of combustion engines and you’re thinking of getting an electric car for yourself – whether in the near or far future. Do you really have options as a Malaysian? Well, I hate to break it to you, but most of them are far from being affordable for the masses. But one can dream, right? So, let’s entertain the thought and daydream of shopping for an EV. Here are a few cars within our vicinity (starting with the most accessible dealerships and lowest prices). *We’re keeping things wi


    May 30, 2021

  • Hyundai Ioniq discontinued in Malaysia – Goodbye fuel and safety king

    For many Malaysians wanting a brand-new pure hybrid car, the Hyundai Ioniq is one of the few choices for those wanting to drive green. However, it appears that the model has been dropped for the Malaysian market. A quick search on Hyundai’s website shows that the Ioniq is absent from its model line-up. Though some markets including Australia and Singapore have received the facelift, there has been no news for its arrival in Malaysia. The locally-assembled (CKD) Ioniq was unveiled here back in 20

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    Feb 3, 2021

  • The Malaysian link behind Hyundai’s decision to build this sexy EV in Singapore

    Earlier this month, Hyundai started construction of a RM 1.22 billion, 30,000 electric vehicles a year plant in Jurong, Singapore. When completed in 2022, the Hyundai Mobility Global Innovation Center (HMGICs) will be the Hyundai Motor Group’s (which also include Kia) regional hub for electric vehicle (EVs) production and development. Out of the 30,000 EVs to be build there, about 5,000 to 6,000 units will be sold in Singapore, while the rest will be exported. The move comes as a surprise becaus


    Oct 18, 2020

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