Here’s Why You should Buy a 2020 Hyundai Kona
Customers everywhere are writing rave reviews about the 2020 Hyundai Kona.
This sporty little SUV offers a big value to the consumer with the SE model starting under $22,000 and maxing out around $30,000 with crazy amounts of features.
Driver’s of all trim levels love the fit and finish of the Kona’s interior, and the confidence of a little extra ride height.
Hyundai’s production provides the impression of quality craftsmanship, attention to detail, and a true sense of value for their consumer.
Customers who opt for the Limited model find that the comfortable heated seats, turbocharged engine, and optional all-wheel drive make for a wonderful touring experience.
Hyundai offers their new subcompact with a full load-out of the latest gadgets, infotainment, and conveniences such as wireless charging, an 8-speaker sound system, built in navigation, distance sensing cruise control, and parking assist including rear distance sensors and a rear-view camera.
Consumers love that this vehicle is efficient too, running at around 32 mpg for the 2.0 liter and 29mpg for the Limited model with the Turbocharger, dual-clutch transmission, and AWD.
The turbocharged model is truly a sporty little car to drive, with an ample 174 horsepower 1.6 liter power-plant that gets you there and feels great doing it!
What’s bad about the 2020 Hyundai Kona
Although customers are loving the 2020 Hyundai Kona by and large, as with all vehicles there are some drawbacks to Hyundai’s new Sport Utility.
Although Hyundai has performed with quality fitment and durable material, it is true that particularly in the lower trim models the interior has a good deal of hard plastic built in and as a result a good deal of road noise is audible from the cockpit.
Reviewers have found that the interior emphasizes functionality, but this focus leaves something to be desired in the aspect of plush and luxury.
Some new drivers of the Ultimate or Limited additions may find it difficult to adjust to the 7-speed dual clutch transmission Hyundai has paired to their turbocharged 1.6 liter engine.
The transmission can fumble a little bit particularly at low speeds, but this quirk is fairly easy to overcome by a slight adjustment of your driving technique.
Some customers have had trouble getting Kona in their preferred color scheme due to supply limitations, having to either settle for what the dealer has in stock or wait quite a while to have a vehicle with a specific color scheme shipped to their dealer.
None of these shortcomings change the consensus though, Kona is a true bargain. All things considered experts and customers agree, the 2020 Hyundai Kona is a wonderful car at a rock bottom price. Having achieved a 4.5 star rating or better among both consumers and experts, and winning
Kelley Blue Book’s Subcompact SUV Best Buy of 2019, Kona is an excellent addition to Hyundai’s line up of affordable, quality automobiles. From the variety of gadgets to the outstanding safety features like automatic emergency braking, 4-wheel disc brakes, and optional all-wheel drive this SUV has truly broad appeal to a wide range of drivers.
Also read our 2021 Hyundai Kona preview here.