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Product Overview

Hyundai Kona is an entry-level subcompact crossover in production from 2017 to 2020, whereupon it received a facelift. It was powered by internal combustion engines that displaced 1.0 to 2.0 liters and electric motors from 105hp to 204hp aided by batteries from 2kWh to 64kWh.
Essentially a jacked-up Hyundai i30, the Kona is a tiny little car designed for city driving. Its official fuel economy rating is exceptionally rosy, though it may cast more doubts on the trustworthiness of the regulators and perhaps the owner's own sanity than it relates to reality.

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Ratings

What we found**

Neo score 21% (not directly comparable across industries)
Pros
  • Low official fuel consumption
Cons
  • No powerful engine options
  • Only available with small engines
  • Independent rear suspensions only for AWD model

What external reviewers found***

Ext 57% (not directly comparable across industries)
Pros
  • Good infotainment system
  • Good handling
  • Excellent infotainment tech
  • Excellent range
Cons
  • Lack of practicality
  • Lacklustre range
  • Lacklustre petrol engine
  • Brake pedal is inconsistent
  • Lacks all-wheel drive
  • Lack of torque
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Specifications

1.0 T-GDi1.6 CRDi 1161.6 CRDi 136 AWD DCT1.6 CRDi 136 DCT1.6 GDi 141 Hybrid DCT1.6 T-GDi 177 DCT1.6 T-GDi 177 AWD DCT2.0 150 AT2.0 150 AWD AT39 kWh Electric39.2 kWh Electric64 kWh (204 Hp) Electric

Capacity

Cargo Capacity361 L / 12.7 cu-ft ~ 1143 L / 40.4 cu-ft361 L / 12.7 cu-ft ~ 1143 L / 40.4 cu-ft361 L / 12.7 cu-ft ~ 1143 L / 40.4 cu-ft361 L / 12.7 cu-ft ~ 1143 L / 40.4 cu-ft361 L / 12.7 cu-ft ~ 1143 L / 40.4 cu-ft544 L / 19.2 cu-ft ~ 1297 L / 45.8 cu-ft544 L / 19.2 cu-ft ~ 1297 L / 45.8 cu-ft544 L / 19.2 cu-ft ~ 1297 L / 45.8 cu-ft544 L / 19.2 cu-ft ~ 1297 L / 45.8 cu-ft332 L / 11.7 cu-ft ~ 1114 L / 39.3 cu-ft332 L / 11.7 cu-ft ~ 1114 L / 39.3 cu-ft332 L / 11.7 cu-ft ~ 1114 L / 39.3 cu-ft
Engine Oil Capacity4.4 L / 4.6 qt
Fuel Capacity50.0 L / 13.2 gal50.0 L / 13.2 gal50.0 L / 13.2 gal50.0 L / 13.2 gal38.0 L / 10.0 gal50.0 L / 13.2 gal50.0 L / 13.2 gal50.0 L / 13.2 gal50.0 L / 13.2 gal
Passengers5
Payload340 kg / 750 lbs340 kg / 750 lbs339 kg / 747 lbs345 kg / 761 lbs504 kg / 1111 lbs417 kg / 919 lbs413 kg / 911 lbs415 kg / 915 lbs422 kg / 930 lbs485 kg / 1069 lbs485 kg / 1069 lbs

Chassis

Brakes | FrontVentilated discsVentilated discsVentilated discsVentilated discsVentilated discs, 305 mmVentilated discsVentilated discsVentilated discsVentilated discsVentilated discsVentilated discsVentilated discs
Brakes | RearDiscDiscDiscDiscDisc, 284 mmDiscDiscDiscDiscDiscDiscDisc
Offroad | Approach Angle15.7 deg
Offroad | Breakover Angle16.0 deg16.0 deg16.7 deg16.0 deg
Offroad | Departure Angle29.0 deg29.0 deg29.6 deg29.0 deg
Power SteeringElectric Steering
Suspension | FrontMacPherson strut
Suspension | RearSemi-independent, torsionSemi-independent, torsionSemi-independent, torsionSemi-independent, torsionMulti-linkSemi-independent, torsionMulti-linkSemi-independent, torsionMulti-linkMulti-linkMulti-link
Tire Size205/60 R16, 215/55 R17, 235/45 R18205/60 R16, 215/55 R17, 235/45 R18205/60 R16, 215/55 R17, 235/45 R18205/60 R16, 215/55 R17, 235/45 R18205/60 R16, 225/45 R18235/45 R18235/45 R18205/60 R16, 215/55 R17205/60 R16, 215/55 R17215/55 R17215/55 R17
Turning Circle10.6 m / 34.8 ft
Water Fording500 mm / 19.7 in

Construction

Battery | Capacity1.6 kWh (gross)1.6 kWh (gross)1.6 kWh (gross)1.6 kWh (gross)1.6 kWh (gross)1.6 kWh (gross)1.6 kWh (gross)1.6 kWh (gross)1.6 kWh (gross)39.0 kWh (gross)39.2 kWh (gross)64.0 kWh (gross)
Body Style5-door SUV5-door SUV5-door SUV5-door SUV5-door hybrid SUV5-door SUV5-door SUV5-door SUV5-door SUV5-door battery-electric SUV5-door battery-electric SUV5-door battery-electric SUV

Dimensions

Ground Clearance170 mm / 6.7 in171 mm / 6.7 in178 mm / 7.0 in171 mm / 6.7 in170 mm / 6.7 in170 mm / 6.7 in170 mm / 6.7 in170 mm / 6.7 in170 mm / 6.7 in
Size | Height1565 mm / 61.6 in1565 mm / 61.6 in1565 mm / 61.6 in1565 mm / 61.6 in1565 mm / 61.6 in1565 mm / 61.6 in1565 mm / 61.6 in1565 mm / 61.6 in1565 mm / 61.6 in1570 mm / 61.8 in1570 mm / 61.8 in1570 mm / 61.8 in
Size | Length4165 mm / 164.0 in4165 mm / 164.0 in4165 mm / 164.0 in4165 mm / 164.0 in4165 mm / 164.0 in4165 mm / 164.0 in4165 mm / 164.0 in4165 mm / 164.0 in4165 mm / 164.0 in4180 mm / 164.6 in4180 mm / 164.6 in4180 mm / 164.6 in
Size | Width1800 mm / 70.9 in1800 mm / 70.9 in | 2070 mm / 81.5 in (mirror unfolded)1800 mm / 70.9 in | 2070 mm / 81.5 in (mirror unfolded)1800 mm / 70.9 in | 2070 mm / 81.5 in (mirror unfolded)1800 mm / 70.9 in1801 mm / 70.9 in1801 mm / 70.9 in1801 mm / 70.9 in1801 mm / 70.9 in1800 mm / 70.9 in | 2070 mm / 81.5 in (mirror unfolded)1800 mm / 70.9 in1800 mm / 70.9 in | 2070 mm / 81.5 in (mirror unfolded)
Track Width | Front1559.0 mm / 61.4 in1559.0 mm / 61.4 in1559.0 mm / 61.4 in1559.0 mm / 61.4 in1559.0 mm / 61.4 in1560.0 mm / 61.4 in1560.0 mm / 61.4 in1562.0 mm / 61.5 in1562.0 mm / 61.5 in1564.0 mm / 61.6 in1564.0 mm / 61.6 in
Track Width | Rear1568.0 mm / 61.7 in1568.0 mm / 61.7 in1568.0 mm / 61.7 in1568.0 mm / 61.7 in1568.0 mm / 61.7 in1567.0 mm / 61.7 in1567.0 mm / 61.7 in1572.0 mm / 61.9 in1572.0 mm / 61.9 in1575.0 mm / 62.0 in1575.0 mm / 62.0 in
Weight1233.0 kg / 2718.3 lbs1393.0 kg / 3071.0 lbs1497.0 kg / 3300.3 lbs1417.0 kg / 3124.0 lbs1376.0 kg / 3033.6 lbs1380.0 kg / 3042.4 lbs1477.0 kg / 3256.2 lbs1311.0 kg / 2890.3 lbs1399.0 kg / 3084.3 lbs1535.0 kg / 3384.1 lbs1685.0 kg / 3714.8 lbs
Wheel Size16 in, 17 in, 18 in6.5J x 16, 7.0J x 17, 7.5J x 186.5J x 16, 7.0J x 17, 7.5J x 186.5J x 16, 7.0J x 17, 7.5J x 186.5J x 16, 7.5J x 187.5J x 187.5J x 186.5J x 16, 7.0J x 176.5J x 16, 7.0J x 177.0J x 177.0J x 17
Wheelbase2600 mm / 102.4 in

Performance

Acceleration | 0 - 100 km/h12.0 sec10.7 sec11.2 sec10.2 sec11.2 sec7.9 sec9.7 sec9.3 sec7.6 sec
Acceleration | 0 - 60 mph11.4 sec10.2 sec10.6 sec9.7 sec10.6 sec7.5 sec9.2 sec8.8 sec7.2 sec
CO2 Emission119 g/km109 ~ 113 g/km119 ~ 127 g/km112 ~ 115 g/km90 ~ 99 g/km169 g/km
Coefficient Of Drag0.330.330.330.330.330.320.320.320.32
Fuel Economy5.3 L/100km / 44.4 MPG (combined)4.1 L/100km / 57.4 MPG (combined) | 4.8 L/100km / 49.0 MPG (urban) | 3.9 L/100km / 60.3 MPG (highway)4.6 L/100km / 51.1 MPG (combined) | 5.0 L/100km / 47.0 MPG (urban) | 4.5 L/100km / 52.3 MPG (highway)4.2 L/100km / 56.0 MPG (combined) | 4.5 L/100km / 52.3 MPG (urban) | 4.1 L/100km / 57.4 MPG (highway)3.9 L/100km / 60.3 MPG (combined)7.3 L/100km / 32.2 MPG (combined)
Top Speed181.0 km/h / 112.5 mph193.0 km/h / 119.9 mph186.0 km/h / 115.6 mph191.0 km/h / 118.7 mph160.0 km/h / 99.4 mph205.0 km/h / 127.4 mph205.0 km/h / 127.4 mph154.0 km/h / 95.7 mph167.0 km/h / 103.8 mph167.0 km/h / 103.8 mph
Towing Capacity600 kg / 1323 lbs (w/o brakes) | 1200 kg / 2646 lbs (w/ brakes @ 12% gradient)600 kg / 1323 lbs (w/o brakes) | 1200 kg / 2646 lbs (w/ brakes @ 12% gradient)600 kg / 1323 lbs (w/o brakes) | 1250 kg / 2756 lbs (w/ brakes @ 12% gradient)600 kg / 1323 lbs (w/o brakes) | 1250 kg / 2756 lbs (w/ brakes @ 12% gradient)600 kg / 1323 lbs (w/o brakes) | 1300 kg / 2866 lbs (w/ brakes @ 12% gradient)

Powertrain

Drivetrain LayoutFront-engine (transverse), Front-wheel driveFront-engine (transverse), Front-wheel driveFront-engine (transverse), All-wheel driveFront-engine (transverse), Front-wheel driveFront-wheel driveFront-engine (transverse), Front-wheel driveFront-engine (transverse), All-wheel driveFront-engine (transverse), Front-wheel driveFront-engine (transverse), All-wheel driveFront-wheel driveFront-wheel driveFront-wheel drive
Emission StandardEuro 6Euro 6dEuro 6dEuro 6dEuro 6 d-TEMPEuro 6Euro 6
EngineKappa
Engine | Bore71.0 mm / 2.8 in77.0 mm / 3.0 in77.0 mm / 3.0 in77.0 mm / 3.0 in72.0 mm / 2.8 in77.0 mm / 3.0 in77.0 mm / 3.0 in81.0 mm / 3.2 in81.0 mm / 3.2 in
Engine | Compression Ratio10.0:115.9:115.9:115.9:113.0:110.0:110.0:112.5:112.5:1
Engine | Displacement1.0 L / 60.9 cu-in / 998.0 cc1.6 L / 97.5 cu-in / 1598.0 cc1.6 L / 97.5 cu-in / 1598.0 cc1.6 L / 97.5 cu-in / 1598.0 cc1.6 L / 96.4 cu-in / 1580.0 cc1.6 L / 97.1 cu-in / 1591.0 cc1.6 L / 97.1 cu-in / 1591.0 cc2.0 L / 122.0 cu-in / 1999.0 cc2.0 L / 122.0 cu-in / 1999.0 cc
Engine | Power120.0 hp / 89.5 kW @ 6000 rpm116.0 hp / 86.5 kW @ 4000 rpm136.0 hp / 101.4 kW @ 4000 rpm136.0 hp / 101.4 kW @ 4000 rpm105.0 hp / 78.3 kW @ 5700 rpm + 43.0 hp / 32.1 kW (electric motor)177.0 hp / 132.0 kW @ 5500 rpm177.0 hp / 132.0 kW @ 5500 rpm150.0 hp / 111.9 kW @ 6200 rpm150.0 hp / 111.9 kW @ 6200 rpm136 hp / 101.4 kW135 hp / 100.7 kW204 hp / 152.1 kW
Engine | Specific Output120.2 hp/L / 2.0 hp/cu-in72.6 hp/L / 1.2 hp/cu-in85.1 hp/L / 1.4 hp/cu-in85.1 hp/L / 1.4 hp/cu-in66.5 hp/L / 1.1 hp/cu-in111.3 hp/L / 1.8 hp/cu-in111.3 hp/L / 1.8 hp/cu-in75.0 hp/L / 1.2 hp/cu-in75.0 hp/L / 1.2 hp/cu-in
Engine | Stroke84.0 mm / 3.3 in85.8 mm / 3.4 in85.8 mm / 3.4 in85.8 mm / 3.4 in97.0 mm / 3.8 in85.4 mm / 3.4 in85.4 mm / 3.4 in97.0 mm / 3.8 in97.0 mm / 3.8 in
Engine | Torque172 Nm / 126.9 lb-ft @ 1500-4000 rpm320 Nm / 236.0 lb-ft @ 1750-2250 rpm320 Nm / 236.0 lb-ft @ 1750-2250 rpm320 Nm / 236.0 lb-ft @ 1750-2250 rpm147 Nm / 108.4 lb-ft @ 4000 rpm + 170 Nm / 125.4 lb-ft264 Nm / 194.7 lb-ft @ 1500-4500 rpm264 Nm / 194.7 lb-ft @ 1500-4500 rpm179 Nm / 132.0 lb-ft @ 4500 rpm179 Nm / 132.0 lb-ft @ 4500 rpm
Engine | TypeTurbocharged direct-injected petrol inline-3 DOHC engine with 4 values per cylinderTurbocharged commonrail diesel inline-4 engine with 4 values per cylinderTurbocharged commonrail diesel inline-4 engine with 4 values per cylinderTurbocharged commonrail diesel inline-4 engine with 4 values per cylinderdirect-injected petrol inline-4 engineTurbocharged direct-injected petrol inline-4 DOHC engine with 4 values per cylinderTurbocharged direct-injected petrol inline-4 DOHC engine with 4 values per cylinderNaturally-aspirated multi-port injected petrol inline-4 DOHC engine with 4 values per cylinderNaturally-aspirated multi-port injected petrol inline-4 DOHC engine with 4 values per cylinder
Transmission | Gears6-speed6-speed7-speed7-speed6-speed7-speed7-speed6-speed6-speed1-speed1-speed1-speed
Transmission | TypeManualManualDouble clutch transmission (DCT)Double clutch transmission (DCT)Double clutch transmission (DCT)Double clutch transmission (DCT)Double clutch transmission (DCT)AutomaticAutomaticAutomaticAutomaticAutomatic

Production

Availability2017 ~ 20202018 ~ 20202018 ~ 20202018 ~ 20202019 ~ 20202017 ~ 20202017 ~ 20202018 ~ 20202018 ~ 20202018 ~ 20202018 ~ 20182018 ~ 2020

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External Reviews

autocar[1]

Sentiment Score 40%
Reviewers from autocar have found the following***:
The Kona Electric is a third type of electric vehicle. There are cars that were designed from a blank sheet to run on battery power alone, like Teslas. And cars that have had their combustion powertrains ripped out and an electric powertrain dropped in, like the Volkswagen e-Golf. It isn’t quite a dedicated electric vehicle, because there are versions of the Kona that share this platform and derive their motive force from the combustion of fossil fuels. The most apparent manifestation of that is the location of the batteries. They're spread out across the floor beneath the passenger compartment.
Find the original article here.
Pros
  • Fun to drive
  • Powerful motor
  • Good range
Cons
  • Brake pedal is inconsistent
  • Lack of torque

autocar[2]

Sentiment Score 50%
Reviewers from autocar have found the following***:
The Kona Electric has earned something of a reputation as a half-price Jaguar I-Pace. That’s some pretty tough company to keep, so can it live up to its lofty billing? It is mega refined, pacy (in a straight line) and a generally capable performer. But point it at a larger road imperfection and it starts to struggle for body control. The weight also means that grip levels are quite modest, and due to this, along with weighty steering, the car delivers little in the way of dynamic driving thrills.
Find the original article here.
Pros
  • Punchy electric powertrain
  • Impressive range
  • Decent interior
Cons
  • Lacklustre range

autocar[3]

Sentiment Score 55%
Reviewers from autocar have found the following***:
The Kona diesel is a newly developed turbocharged 1.6-litre four-cylinder unit. Achieving 0-62mph in 10.7sec, it sits between the Kona’s two petrols for acceleration and is perfectly happy hitting motorway speeds. Handling far exceeds what you expect - or need - from a compact SUV, with good cornering and little to no body roll.
Find the original article here.
Pros
  • Comfortable to drive
  • Good handling
  • Good infotainment system
Cons
  • Unrefined diesel
  • Cramped in the rear

autocar[4]

Sentiment Score 52%
Reviewers from autocar have found the following***:
The Kona Hybrid has the same 1.6-litre four-cylinder petrol engine and 32kW electric motor as the Ioniq hybrid. Both work in parallel via a six-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox. The small 1.56kWh battery pack recharges itself entirely through braking and coasting. Multi-link rear suspension is borrowed from the Kona Premium GT, with little else changed mechanically from the petrol car.
Find the original article here.
Pros
  • Comfortable to drive
  • Excellent infotainment system
  • Decent fuel economy
Cons
  • Pricier than petrol cars
  • Alternatives offer more range

autoexpress[5]

Sentiment Score 77%
Reviewers from autoexpress have found the following***:
All three have a dead feel when you use the brake pedal, but there are no nasty notches or clunks – besides, you won't even have to use it that often. Wireless charging is included, so it's easy to keep your smartphone topped up if it supports this feature. The i3 is very nearly as good, with just as smooth a transition between lifting off and the regenerative braking.
Find the original article here.
Pros
  • Fast and quiet to drive
  • Excellent range
  • Decent refinement
Cons
  • Not as practical as rivals

autoexpress[6]

Sentiment Score 45%
Reviewers from autoexpress have found the following***:
Diesel version of the Kona returns 67.3mpg in official tests. Power delivery is smooth, but it can feel a little sluggish off the mark. The ride is a little smoother than the SEAT Arona, but some sharper bumps can transmit crashy noises into the cabin. Citroen C3 Aircross is our favourite compact combustion crossover.
Find the original article here.
Pros
  • Fantastic infotainment system
  • Decent fuel economy
Cons
  • Cheap to buy

autoexpress[7]

Sentiment Score 70%
Reviewers from autoexpress have found the following***:
The Kona has just enough agility and steering response so that it darts keenly into corners as long as you're conservative with your speed. There's no engine noise, so it's relaxing at low speed, but this creates a problem when you're driving more quickly because there's no background sound to drown out wind and tyre roar. The Leaf's claimed range of 168 miles is 26 miles down on the Kona's, plus the car is 11kg heavier.
Find the original article here.
Pros
  • Comfortable to drive
  • Excellent infotainment tech
  • Decent battery life
Cons
  • Lack of practicality
  • Noisy at low speed

autoexpress[8]

Sentiment Score 62%
Reviewers from autoexpress have found the following***:
Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV still isn't especially good to drive. Despite those motors, it feels sluggish and doesn't respond like the Kona. Toyota's C-HR Hybrid balances sharp styling in an appealing SUV body with relatively low running costs. If an EV still just isn't right for you, the Hyundai Ioniq Plug-in is a fine alternative.
Find the original article here.
Pros
  • Cheap to buy
  • Comfortable ride
  • Decent fuel savings
Cons
  • Engine feels sluggish
  • Not as refined as the Kona

autoexpress[9]

Sentiment Score 49%
Reviewers from autoexpress have found the following***:
The Kona Hybrid borrows its petrol/electric setup from the Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid. A 1.6-litre petrol engine teams up with a 1.56kWh battery and a 32kw motor. Drive is sent to the front wheels only, via a six-speed dual clutch automatic gearbox. Hyundai has equipped the Kona with a refreshed infotainment system. It's a well-designed and neat-looking arrangement.
Find the original article here.
Pros
  • Cheap to run
  • New infotainment system
  • Decent fuel economy
Cons
  • Lacklustre petrol engine
  • Alternatives are more fun to drive

autoexpress[10]

Sentiment Score 60%
Reviewers from autoexpress have found the following***:
1.5-litre diesel 2008 is the cheapest car of the three here, at £22,584 in GT Line trim. It also has the least power; there is a 118bhp version of this engine, but it's auto only. The small steering wheel and quick steering mean the Peugeot turns in sharply. But it's not as natural and enjoyable as the CX-3's steering set-up.
Find the original article here.
Pros
  • Excellent infotainment system
  • Comfortable to drive
  • Lots of standard kit
Cons
  • Dull interior
  • Noisy diesel engine

digitaltrends[11]

Sentiment Score 68%
Reviewers from digitaltrends have found the following***:
The Hyundai Kona has numerous rivals, but we've narrowed it down to the top three. The Honda HR-V is decently fun to drive, but lack of power and a dim-witted CVT hold it back. Mazda's rotary infotainment controller is intuitive, but the CX-3 offers substantially less interior space than the Hyundai.
Find the original article here.
Pros
  • Powerful turbocharged engine
  • Comfortable ride
  • Powerful dual-clutch transmission
Cons
  • Lacks all-wheel drive
  • No adaptive cruise control

User Reviews

References

1. ^ Hyundai Kona Electric 2018 review. [autocar]. https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-review/hyundai/kona-electric/first-drives/hyundai-kona-electric-2018-review. 2018-07-25. Retrieved 2022-04-26.
2. ^ Hyundai Kona Electric 64kWh Premium SE 2018 UK review. [autocar]. https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-review/hyundai/kona-electric/first-drives/hyundai-kona-electric-64kwh-premium-se-2018-uk-review. 2018-09-26. Retrieved 2022-04-26.
3. ^ Hyundai Kona 1.6 CRDi Premium SE 2018 review. [autocar]. https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-review/hyundai/kona/first-drives/hyundai-kona-16-crdi-premium-se-2018-review. 2018-11-20. Retrieved 2022-04-26.
4. ^ Hyundai Kona Hybrid Premium SE 2019 review. [autocar]. https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-review/hyundai/kona/first-drives/hyundai-kona-hybrid-premium-se-2019-review. 2019-08-28. Retrieved 2022-04-26.
5. ^ Kia e-Niro vs BMW i3 vs Hyundai Kona Electric . [autoexpress]. https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/bmw/i3/106846/kia-e-niro-vs-bmw-i3-vs-hyundai-kona-electric. 2019-05-18. Retrieved 2022-04-26.
6. ^ New Hyundai Kona diesel 2018 review. [autoexpress]. https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/hyundai/kona/104066/new-hyundai-kona-diesel-2018-review. 2018-07-17. Retrieved 2022-04-26.
7. ^ Hyundai Kona Electric vs Nissan Leaf. [autoexpress]. https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/hyundai/kona/105274/hyundai-kona-electric-vs-nissan-leaf. 2018-11-20. Retrieved 2022-04-26.
8. ^ Hyundai Kona Electric vs Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV vs Toyota C-HR . [autoexpress]. https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/hyundai/kona/105361/hyundai-kona-electric-vs-mitsubishi-outlander-phev-vs-toyota-c-hr. 2018-11-28. Retrieved 2022-04-26.
9. ^ New Hyundai Kona Hybrid 2019 review. [autoexpress]. https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/hyundai/kona/107735/new-hyundai-kona-hybrid-2019-review. 2019-08-28. Retrieved 2022-04-26.
10. ^ Mazda CX-3 vs Hyundai Kona vs Peugeot 2008. [autoexpress]. https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/mazda/cx-3/105446/mazda-cx-3-vs-hyundai-kona-vs-peugeot-2008. 2018-12-08. Retrieved 2022-04-26.
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