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Hyundai Kona Lease Deals

The Hyundai Kona mixes quirky styling with plenty of equipment, but it’s the diverse choices in motive power that makes the car stand out. As well as a petrol version, there are hybrid and full-electric models too.Get the right combination of power and trim, and a Hyundai Kona lease deal will make for a very impressive and efficient family SUV.
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Fuel TypeElectric
Range190 Miles
Max Charge Rate100 kW
Rapid Charge Time47 Mins
£356.86
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FuelTypeFuel TypePetrol
Boot Capacity374 Litres
0-62mph11.9 Seconds

Hyundai Kona Top Features

Mild-hybrid petrol, full hybrid and electric power choices.

Plenty of equipment included.

Funky looks.

  • The Kona isn’t the most spacious car of this type, but neither is it particularly cramped. Taller adults will find rear headroom gets a bit tight, and there’s less space than in the Ford Puma, Volkswagen’s T-Roc or the Kia E-Niro.

    The boot is average, at 374 litres, although unlike some rivals, the hybrid model doesn’t lose any luggage space. The Kona Electric’s boot is a bit tighter, at 332 litres, and is outshone by the 451 litres you get in an E-Niro. You can fold the rear seats down on all models, though, which opens up room for larger items.

    There are plenty of homes for odds and ends, with a pair of cupholders, a cubby hole in front of the gearstick and a big storage box under the centre armrest. The Kona Electric gets a large storage tray under the centre console.

  • You’ll get the cheapest running costs in the Kona Electric, because recharging the battery will be considerably less expensive than refuelling with petrol. How you charge it will affect the costs. Home charging is the most affordable method, especially if you can charge overnight with an off-peak tariff.

    A 7kWh home wall box will fill the electric from 10% to 100% in slightly more than 9 hours for the 64kWh battery and 6 for the 39kwH model. A 100kW public fast charger will top up either to 80% in only 47 minutes.

    The petrol model promises up to 47.1mpg, which is similar to most rivals. The Hybrid model will give you up to 57.6mpg, but will be more efficient around town, where it can regenerate energy under braking to reuse later.

Available Hyundai Kona Models

Hyundai Kona 

The standard 5-door Kona comes with a single 1.0-litre petrol engine.

Hyundai Kona Hybrid

The Kona Hybrid is virtually the same in terms of space and design, but comes with both a petrol engine and an electric motor.

Hyundai Kona Electric

The Kona Electric has a revised front-end look and a slightly different cabin, and loses a bit of boot space.

Trim Levels

SE ConnectN Line (Hybrid only)PremiumUltimateThe entry-level SE Connect model comes with 17-inch wheels and an 8-inch touchscreen (other models get a 10.25-inch version). You’ll also get air conditioning, alongside Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for connecting up your smartphone, as well as cruise control and rear parking sensors.

The Hyundai Kona Vs Competitors

The Kona’s key competitors vary depending on which power option you go for when leasing. The standard car sits amid numerous excellent rivals. The Ford Puma is more fun to drive, while the Skoda Kamiq has more space.For quirky looks, check out Citroen’s C3 Aircross, or Renault’s Captur. For something with a nicer interior, and a more premium badge, look at the Audi Q2.The Kona Hybrid lines up against the similarly funky Toyota C-HR, but also against plug-in hybrid models like the Renault Captur E-Tech, which give you a longer electric-only range and can be recharged by plugging into the grid.The Kona Electric is getting more rivals by the week as manufacturers scramble to make new electric SUVs. MG’s ZS EV, for example, is very affordable and spacious, while the Kia E-Niro has more space and almost as much battery range. Also look at the Skoda Enyaq iV and Volkswagen ID.4.
  • Yes, although there are better rivals on the market. The most attractive model is the Kona Electric, which is more accomplished against its competitors than the standard Hyundai is compared to its peers.

  • That depends what you’re after. The Tucson is bigger than the Kona, so will be more practical for passengers and luggage. But it’ll also be more expensive to lease and will also use more fuel. There’s no electric Tucson model, either.

  • The Kona’s rivals are many and include the Ford Puma, Skoda’s Kamiq and Enyaq, the Audi Q2 and the Toyota C-HR, as well as the MG ZS EV, Kia E-Niro and Volkswagen ID.4.

  • Yes, if you go for a leasing deal on the Kona Electric model. The Kona Hybrid is a ‘self-charging’ hybrid that can travel small distances on electric power, but you can’t plug it in to recharge. The regular Kona uses mild-hybrid technology, which means it can’t drive on electric power alone.

  • No, all versions of the Kona Electric are front-wheel drive.

  • The Kona is unlikely to be particularly good in snow, as it doesn’t have 4-wheel drive or any snow-specific terrain settings.

  • Not only are our experts available on hand with any advice on car leasing, but you’ll also get the best price for your Hyundai Kona lease deal – guaranteed with our Price Promise. Plus, loads of flexible options on mileage, contract length and the initial payment.

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