We have approved the Hyundai Kona Limited 2019, specifically for its 1.6-liter turbo engine. You also have leather upholstery and some extra functions. We also recommend adding all-wheel drive as it comes with improved rear suspension that improves handling and quality driving of the car.
The Kona 2019 Hyundai SUV crossover is a five-person subcompact that is available in four trim levels: SE, SEL, Limited and Ultimate. The SE and SEL models are powered by a four-cylinder engine and 2.0 liters (147 hp, 132 lb / ft of torque) that is combined with an automatic six-speed gearbox. Limited and Ultimate models get a turbocharged 1.6 liter four-cylinder (175 hp, 195 lb-ft), which is an automatic dual-clutch transmission with seven speeds.
Front-wheel drive is standard. The all-wheel drive is available as an option for all Konas and comes with a more advanced rear suspension design and a lockable central differential. The latter increases traction at low speed in road or snow conditions.
The Hyundai Kona 2019 can only be difficult to maintain for its body. While style evaluation is subjective, it is fair to say that the Kona tends to attract more criticism than praise. But the old adage is not a book, it is a book because of its coverage here: the Kona is one of the best subcompact crossover SUVs on the market.
Equipped with its optional turbo engine, it accelerates faster than anything else in the class. Driving is also fun thanks to its sporty handling. Moreover, you get a lot for your money. Even a Kona base comes with a decent set of functions, including a 7-inch touchscreen with integrated carplay Apple and Android Auto. By 2019 you will get even more with the Kona. Many of the advanced security features are now standard in all Kona.
In short, we believe the Hyundai Kona is an excellent choice for the versatile Honda HR-V, sport Mazda CX-3 and Nissan Kicks at an affordable price. The long Hyundai factor is the coverage of the guarantee and the value proposition is undeniable. Whatever you think of the style, the Kona deserves a second look.