2018 Hyundai Kona review

2018 Hyundai Kona review but so many new examples already launched this year starting to feel a little bit like what small SUV at the moment

behind okona is the latest during the class a class also includes the Renault Captur Kirsten ik Citroen c3 air cross set aronia answer tsuki Bottari

I told you there are quite a few it launches with a 1 liter 3-cylinder petrol engine as well as a 1.6 four-cylinder petrol and later next year

there will be a 1/6 diesel and a pure electric model so the cone has plenty of rivals but where does it rank amongst them in terms of the way it drives well

2018 Hyundai Kona review

based on this 1 litre turbocharged three-cylinder petrol it’s no better than average the engine itself is vibration free and it’s quite quiet on

the motorway but it has a very narrow band of power and so you’re often changing down a gear in order to find its sweet spot steering lacks feel it’s

quite oddly weighted Makonnen never really feels comfortable changing direction probably most disappointing aspect though is the ride the cars with

testing of 18-inch wheels and their unsettled in town and on the motorway inside there’s better news for starters the Kona’s interior quality is among the

best in class with plenty of soft plastics and slick switches and so is its touchscreen infotainment system which has good response times is easy to

navigate and includes apple carplay and android auto front space and the driving position are both good too but adult will struggle for space in the rear

seats especially behind a couple more in the front and the cone is boot well that looks stingy next to rivals such as the c3 air cross and Renault Captur the

small SUV class is growing rapidly but there isn’t one car that truly stands out now unfortunately the high end like owner isn’t a car to lead the charge

it’s fairly well equipped but it neither rides nor handles brilliantly and isn’t it spacious or practical as its best rivals either we hope once we get confirmed finance

rates and once we tried cars on smaller wheels in the UK that it might make a bit more sense to small SUV buyers

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