If a fun-sized city runabout appeals to you, the Hyundai Kona Go might just be the ticket.
Tyres are important! We've fitted our Kona EV long-termer with new rubber, and the difference is stark.
Electric cars aren't meant to be good at this. Highway driving, long distances, air conditioning, multiple passengers... you get the idea.
If you find regular hatchbacks a little passé, then boldly designed crossovers – really just high-riding coupes – like the hot-selling Hyundai Kona Elite await you.
I live and work in the city. Most of my friends live in the city, and most of the places I go are in the city. Our Hyundai Kona Highlander Electric has spent a lot of time in the city.
Price leader, base model, entry level – whatever you choose to call the Hyundai Kona Go, it lacks for little in terms of attitude or equipment, in a down-to-earth way.
The bones of Hyundai's infotainment system are pretty well reported by now, but the Kona Electric Highlander wades into battle with a few unique touches to help owners make the most of its range.
Hyundai has built the Kona EV around the bones of a petrol car, but it's made a real effort to differentiate the two from behind the wheel.
Hyundai has released an Iron Man-themed Kona. We find out if it's any good... If we can first figure out who'd actually buy one.
It's electric, it's compact, and it's expensive. It's also very, very interesting. Meet the Melbourne office's latest long-termer, the Hyundai Kona Electric Highlander.
There are three things to know about the Hyundai Kona Electric: it’s a small SUV, it has a genuine driving range of 450km, and it costs $59,990. What else does it do? We’re glad you asked…...