The world first said hello to the Hyundai Kona in 2017 when it began production as a 2018 model year vehicle. Still in its first generation, the 2021 Hyundai Kona is one of youngest models from the automaker, but since it started life as an instant success, it will probably end up sticking around for a while.
The vehicle is a subcompact crossover SUV with an all-electric variant that is a little harder to get a hold of than the gasoline version. This page will focus on the gasoline version for that reason. The chart that follows includes some of the available features and specifications of the 2021 Hyundai Kona for your research and comparison purposes.
|1.6L Inline 4-Cylinder Turbocharged Engine||8-Speaker Infinity Brand Sound System||LED Headlights|
|All-Wheel Drive||Satellite Radio||Pre- and Post-Collision Safety Systems|
|Shiftable Automatic Transmission||Auxiliary and USB Audio Connections||Emergency Braking Assist|
|175 Horsepower and 195 lb-ft of Torque||Subwoofer and Amplifier||Blind Spot and Lane Departure Warning System|
The 2021 Hyundai Kona is a car meant for small families and those who just want a little more functionality out of a subcompact than a sedan of the same size can provide. The Kona has two engine options, with the turbo mentioned above being the more powerful engine. All-Wheel Drive is available for those who want extra traction when winter comes. Unlike many other subcompact crossover SUVs on the market, the Kona does not use a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT), but rather a traditional automatic that is also shiftable for a more tactile driving experience. The entertainment features are about what most expect to find in a 2021 model, but the vehicle really shines with its available safety features.
• Adaptive Cruise Control
• Climate Control
• Rear Parking Sensors
• Keyless Ignition
• Leather Steering Wheel
• Front and Rear Door Pockets
• Interior Air Filtration
• And More!