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randolphinshan wrote:ADONI wrote:nervewrecker wrote:Dizzy28 wrote:turboturnsmeon2 wrote:2017 Ioniq, AC just stopped cooling.
Has anyone else experienced issues with their AC ? Is the AC covered under the warranty ?
I experienced this with my 2016 Tucson. Could be a Hyundai problem. I know of a few other ppl with the 2016 Tucosn where the AC stopped cooling as well.
Was a part called the thermostop that was defective and it is a warranty item.
My aunt had to pay to get her's done.
What refrigerant they use? r134a or r600?
Had first and second gen Tucson and on the fourth year both evaporators had to change...
One word for you fellas.. TOYOTA.
That look like a 180mph crash when compared to the cruzeRovin wrote:click pon d link for details & pics .....
https://www.trinidadexpress.com/news/lo ... otBvYAbvPw
Hyundai Ioniq in 180 kph police chase ends in crash, arrest
IONIQ 5 / IONIQ 6 / IONIQ 7
Hyundai will be launching a range of numerically named EVs under the new brand, with the even numbers used for sedans and the odd numbers for SUVs.
The first model under the IONIQ brand will be the IONIQ 5 midsize CUV that will launch in early 2021. IONIQ 5 is based on the concept EV ‘45’, which Hyundai unveiled at the International Motor Show (IAA) 2019 in Frankfurt as a homage to its very first concept car. IONIQ 5’s designers took inspiration from the past and integrated it with cutting-edge parametric pixels, a unique design element that Hyundai designers will continue to incorporate into future IONIQ models.
In 2022, Hyundai will introduce IONIQ 6 sedan, which is based on the company’s latest concept EV ‘Prophecy’, unveiled in March; followed by IONIQ 7, a large SUV in early 2024. Prophecy’s iconic exterior design is characterized by its aerodynamic silhouette of perfect proportions.
Likewise, IONIQ vehicles’ designs will have a common theme of ‘Timeless Value’. The vehicles will be inspired by past models, but they will be a bridge to the future.