The Hyundai Kona is a recent addition to the Hyundai lineup, holding a key spot in the subcompact crossover SUV position. Having first released in the 2018 model year, you would be forgiven for not having seen one before. Essentially, the Kona looks like a shrunken Hyundai Venue or Tucson.
With five seats, available all-wheel drive, and a true automatic transmission, the 2021 Hyundai Kona delivers on standard subcompact crossover conventions with a little more flair than most are used to seeing. Aside from its fresh exterior and fair price point, the Hyundai Kona has a lot going for it in terms of interior technology, safety features, and even a turbocharged engine option. Learn more about its specifications and available features in the table below.
|2.0L I4 or 1.6L I4 Turbocharged Engine||Infinity® Audio System with External Amplifier and 8 Speakers||Driver Attention Warning System|
|147 Horsepower (Base) or 175 Horsepower (Turbo)||Automatic Climate Control||Parking Distance Warning-Reverse|
|6-Speed Automatic or 7-Speed Automated Manual Transmission||Proximity Key with Push-Button Ignition||Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist|
|132 lb-ft of Torque (Base) or 195 lb-ft of Torque (Turbo)||Heated Front Seats and Steering Wheel||Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning|
The kind of people that will want to buy this vehicle the most are going to be small families, individuals who want lots of cargo space and a higher ride height, and couples. While this vehicle has five seats, the back row is going to be most comfortable for children and smaller individuals. If the 2021 Hyundai Kona has caught your eye from the outside, the outside will prove to be even more stunning. With six trim levels, picking the right Kona for you should not only be simple but also a lot of fun.