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Hyundai Kona and Ioniq EVs get grant-minded price reductions

Date: 08 April 2021   |   Author: Sean Keywood

Hyundai has become the latest carmaker to announce reduced prices in line with changes to the UK Government's plug-in car grant.

The government announced last month that to be eligible for the grant, itself reduced from £3,000 to £2,500, cars now needed to be priced at less than £35,000.

Hyundai has therefore announced that its Kona Electric with the 64kWh long-range battery, in the Premium equipment grade, now costs £34,995.

Versions with the 34kWh battery are now £30,395 in SE Connect spec and £31,745 in the Premium grade, while the 64kWh Premium SE model remains out of range of the grant at £37,145.

Meanwhile, the pure electric version of the Ioniq is now priced at £32,995 with the Premium equipment grade, and £34,995 for Premium SE.