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Hyundai Evolve Plus Subscription Explained

Hyundai is the latest automaker to jump on the subscription bandwagon with a new service called Evolve Plus. At launch, the subscription service only offers subscribers access to the Hyundai Kona Electric and the Ioniq 5 (the brand’s current EV). Here’s what you need to know about the new subscription service.

With Evolve Plus for $699/month, Kona. drive a car Ionic 5 About a month costs $899. Monthly fee for 28 days vehicle use includes insurance, registration, roadside assistance and maintenance. Hyundai also included his 1,000 miles of driving for the month. Beyond 1,000 miles, you’ll spend $20 per 100 miles up to 1,500 miles. Beyond 1,500 miles, you pay $1 per mile. If you don’t use all of your allotted miles, you can carry them over when you renew your subscription for another month.

Hyundai doesn’t charge a disposal fee, but new-time Evolve Plus subscribers will be charged a $300 activation fee. If you remain an Evolve+ subscriber and renew your subscription every three months, you will not have to pay the activation fee again.

Hyundai Evolve Plus subscribers can handle it all through the Hyundai Evolve Plus app. App users can find available dealers, find a vehicle, and pay online with the app. hyundai claims it is a “complete digital experience.”

You must be 25+ to use Evolve Plus. credit score Over 650 and 3+ years of clean driving experience. The Hyundai Evolve Plus is now available at dealers in select cities. Boulder, Colorado. Westminster, Colorado. Hillsboro, Oregon. Florence, South Carolina. Clarksville, Maryland. Marlton, New Jersey and Holyoke, Massachusetts. The subscription service will be expanded to more states and cities later this year.

For most consumers who don’t need a car all the time, Hyundai’s new Evolve Plus subscription service seems like a more flexible option than leasing or renting a car. What’s more, that digital experience should make it relatively easy for subscribers to understand, one thing that bothers me is that for subscribers who don’t use the service, Hyundai says he will activate it every three months. that you are charging a fee.

This isn’t the first time Hyundai has offered an EV subscription program. Hyundai’s first subscription program called Ioniq Unlimited+ Ionic EV Ended in 2019.Original subscription program Released in 2017, which offered subscribers access to Ioniq Electric for 36 months at $275 a month, paid $2,500 at signing. There was no subscriber mileage cap.

Most recently, Hyundai introduced a lease-like option to the Ioniq 5 called the Hyundai was balloon finance A program that gives shoppers another option to access one of the brand’s electric vehicles.

The latest iteration of Hyundai’s subscription service appears to be the most unconventional option for shoppers looking for some flexibility in owning a car. And with Hyundai working to launch more EVs and more automakers introducing their own subscription plans, it looks like it’ll be around for a while.

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