Toyota Prius vs Hyundai Ioniq vs Kia Niro 2018 review – what’s the best hybrid? | Head2Head

Hybrid hatchbacks: their number one USP is fuel economy, but they still need to be as practical and as easy to drive as other family cars if they’re to make sense. I find out which you should choose from the Hyundai Ioniq, Kia Niro and the Toyota Prius.

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20 thoughts on “Toyota Prius vs Hyundai Ioniq vs Kia Niro 2018 review – what’s the best hybrid? | Head2Head”

  1. Toyota and Lexus design teams must be fired. Designs are ugly. Even the previous Prius generation, looking like it did – looks better in comparison.

  2. What’s happened to Hyundai’s front logo. It looks like a protective film your meant to peel off!

  3. The plastic on the Hyundai is for the safety packages, all cars that come equipped with forward collision warning have to have the plastic in the front

  4. It's about time Europe ditch the Diesel, Our cities in Canada are so much cleaner because we don't have diesel.

  5. You forgot to mention the fact that both Kia and Hyundai have recently had for the last two years serious gearbox issues.

  6. I own a 17 pruis and i have never once gotten the fuel mileage he was getting.The best i have gotten is maybe 55mpgs…i agree its not the best looking car, but i didnt buy it for looks, i bought it for practicality.No fill ups for at least 3 weeks…love it

  7. I get 80 plus with the ioniq my buddy can’t get over 54 with his Prius maybe u should look into this again ?

  8. The prius looks the way it looks because the exterior was designed for the lowest drag possible. It helps eek out the most miles per gallon.

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