AutoComplete: Hyundai's Ioniq will be most fuel-efficient car without a plug
Today is 11/11, November 11.
And here's what's making news on Road Show.
Hyundai's Ioniq hybrid is poised to become America's most fuel efficient car without a plug.
The slip stream five door will come to market with a 58 miles per gallon combined efficiency rating, enough to beat Toyota's Prius.
The Ioniq will also be available in plug-in and pure electric flavors, with the first models arriving at dealers later this year.
The 2017 Nissan Leaf will go a little farther than before for a price.
Nissan added a larger battery to every single 2017 Leaf, a process it started in the 2016 model year.
It ranges up from eight 84 miles to 107.
Base pricing is up too to match the new equipment.
The base leap s is $1,670 more expensive than before with an MSRP of $30,680.
Otherwise the EV is unchanged for 2017.
Buick is on a roll, it now rests the top mass market brands in JD power sales satisfaction index which measures buyers' happiness in regards to the purchasing process.
Porsche claimed top honors for luxury brands in the same study, even though new technology is increasingly factored into the sales Experienced older buyers remain easier to please according to the study, those darn millennials!
Find out more on these stories over at theroadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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