Ownership Costs for Hyundai Ioniq 5

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Ownership Cost Summary
Total Driving Cost
Per Year$11,723.80
Per Mile$1.17
5-year Total$58,619.00
Costs Breakdown
Cost per year5-year Total
Fees & Taxes$901.00$4,505.00
Finance Charges$1,603.40$8,017.00
Cost per year
Cost per year
Fees & Taxes$901.00
Finance Charges$1,603.40
5-year Total
5-year Total
Fees & Taxes$4,505.00
Finance Charges$8,017.00

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