Hybrid cars are quickly getting into the scene as people want maximum mileage and reliability in their cars nowadays with minimum price. Many manufacturers are trying to bring new changes to their hybrid cars in order to improve their sales. Korean manufacturers like Hyundai and Kia are currently dominating this segment as they offer the latest technology, maximum safety, excellent reliability in their cars at a cheaper price. On that note, Hyundai had launched the Ioniq hybrid hatchback a few years back. The driving dynamics of the 2022 Ioniq Hybrid are very good. The acceleration is adequate but feels a bit slow after some time. However, it feels well balanced around corners. The handling is not very responsive but gets the job done. Being a hatchback, it is nimble and is very easy to handle in city traffic. The tires provide good grip even on slippery surfaces.
Speaking of comfort, the suspension used in the front is MacPherson Strut and when it comes to the rear, it incorporates multi-link suspension as every other hatchback in the segment. Moreover, the Ioniq uses some clever technologies to keep the car in control at high-speed corners. Overall, the 2022 Ioniq Hybrid drives a lot like a regular car which would be suitable for daily commute. The 2022 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid is a two-row hatchback with its unique design and great fuel economy. 2022 Ioniq hybrid comes equipped with the same 1.6L Inline-4 cylinder engine with a hybrid unit that delivers unbelievable fuel economy. It rivals the likes of the Toyota Prius Hybrid, Kia Niro Hybrid, and Honda Insight Hybrid. Can the Ioniq Hybrid emerge as the top hybrid compact car for 2022 in the US?