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Hyundai Kona Electric 65 kWh

On Average £38,595
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In a world where automotive excellence meets modern versatility, the Hyundai Kona EV emerges as a vibrant and dynamic embodiment of innovation and adventure. With its distinctive design, cutting-edge technology, and spirited performance, the Hyundai Kona EV is set to redefine your driving experience.

Whether you’re navigating the urban jungle or exploring the great outdoors, this compact SUV is ready to accompany you on your journey, making a bold statement wherever it goes.

Join us as we delve into the remarkable features and qualities that make the Hyundai Kona EV an exceptional vehicle in its class, redefining what it means to drive with style, comfort, and excitement.

Is the Hyundai Kona reliable?

Although there is no official data yet for the new Hyundai Kona electric offering, Hyundai, as a manufacturer, scored incredibly well when it comes to user experience and reliability. The original Kona EV was top of the class in the best cars to own survey in 2021 and was an impressive overall 4th place score for reliability when compared to 75 other cars.

Where is the charging port on the Hyundai Kona 64kWh?

The charging port can be located behind a flap that would be a grille in a non-electric vehicle meaning easier access to public charging points regardless of which side of the station you have to park your car. The door to the charging point is also heated which allows you to charge your car even in extreme cold weather, a feature which many EVs don’t have.

Can I charge the Hyundai Kona at a Tesla Supercharger?

As standard, the Hyundai Kona can accept a multitude of different chargers including the Tesla Supercharger network as well as standard 7kWh home chargers, like the zappi. The Hyundai Kona charges relatively quickly considering its size and distance capabilities.

How much does the Hyundai Kona EV 64kWh cost?

The 64kWh model of the Hyundai Kona  starts from £38,595* and can range up to £45,980* with all of the optional extras available to create a more comfortable experience for both driver and passenger. The smaller battery and range model, starts at £34,995*. This puts the Hyundai Kona as one of the cheaper EVs on the market and undercuts the BYD Atto 3. This is still around £10,000 more than the petrol offering of the same Hyundai Kona.

*prices correct as of October 2023.

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