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Which Powertrain Is Best For My Hyundai Ioniq 5 SEL Lease?

With a conspicuously unique yet stunning design, impressive charging speeds, sublime handling, and an undeniably entertaining driving experience, the new Ioniq 5 is that compact EV you’ve been yearning for.

Hyundai lease deals have always been the top choice for shoppers in search of fuel-efficient and affordable cars with elegant styling. Now, it’s gradually becoming the preferred lineup for those looking for a small crossover EV.

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 lease offers mind-blowing features, performance, and various configuration options. This article guides you on which powertrain configuration delivers the best EV experience.

About The All-new Ioniq 5 SEL

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 has four trim levels, and apart from the SE Standard Range model, all other trims are available with a larger battery pack and either a one-motor or dual-motor powertrain setup.

The SEL trim is the Ioniq 5’s third trim, and it provides the balance between price and desirable standard amenities. It has myriad standard features, including full LED headlights, quality artificial leather seats, 19-inch wheels, ultra-fast charging capability, hands-free smart liftgate with auto open, wireless device charging, 64-color ambient interior lighting, etc. However, if you desire a premium EV experience with your Ioniq 5 SEL, you should consider opting for the dual-motor setup.

Why Should I Go For The Ioniq 5’s Dual-motor HTRAC AWD Powertrain?

The Ioniq 5’s base powertrain comprises a rear-mounted electric motor with a 58 kWh battery that boasts 220 miles of driving range. This rear-wheel drive powertrain churns out 168-hp and 258 lb-ft of torque.

Going up the crossover’s lineup, shoppers now get a larger 77.4 kWh battery and an increased power output of 225-horsepower. Those who stick with the standard rear-wheel-drive system get a whooping 303 miles of all-electric driving range. But with a 0-60mph time of 7.4 seconds, neither this powertrain nor the base 168-hp setup enables the Ioniq 5 to achieve its full athletic potential.

The real gem is the available dual-motor all-wheel drive powertrain that uses two electric motors, each mounted on the front and rear axles of the crossover. Though you’d have to sacrifice driving range, we’d still recommend this setup for its 320-hp and 446 pound-feet of torque. A dual-motor-equipped Hyundai Ioniq 5 rockets from 0-60 in about 4.5 seconds which is no doubt impressive. It delivers a driving range of 256 miles on a full charge.

To lease your dream Ioniq 5 trim equipped with your preferred options and powertrain configuration, don’t hesitate to contact VIP Auto Lease. VIP Auto can deliver to any part of the United States, and we guarantee a seamless lease process at mouthwatering prices.

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