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2021 Hyundai Kona Night Edition launches in the US, Australia to 'study' its performance
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23rd Jul 2020
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2021 Hyundai Kona Night Edition launches in the US, Australia to 'study' its performance

Hyundai has released a blacked-out 'Night Edition' of its popular Kona crossover SUV in the United States, with the brand's Australian arm revealing it's considering similar special editions locally. The limited-run model lands in US showrooms from September 2020 and brings mostly aesthetic updates, with Hyundai jumping on the bandwagon of manufacturers offering top-selling models with sportier, all-black trim packs.
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Susannah Guthrie
Week 2 wraps up for Drive Car of the Year 2020
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1st Nov 2019
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Week 2 wraps up for Drive Car of the Year 2020

The second week of Drive Car of the Year 2020 has wrapped up, taking us through luxury cars and into the SUV space. Winners in the small luxury car, medium luxury car, large luxury car, small SUV and medium SUV categories have been announced. Any surprises? Maybe one or two. What do you think of the results? Read the full list of contenders and winners below. The Drive.com.au team will announce the Drive Car of the Year 2020 overall winner on 22 November.
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2020 Hyundai Kona gets safety updates
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30th Aug 2019
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2020 Hyundai Kona gets safety updates

Hyundai has given its hot-selling Kona crossover some welcome safety upgrades, making most features from the old $1500 SmartSense options pack on base Go and Active grades standard, in exchange for either a $500 price bump or an infotainment downgrade.
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2019 Hyundai Kona recalled
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29th Jul 2019
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2019 Hyundai Kona recalled

Hyundai Australia has extended its recall for turbocharged versions of the Kona crossover, adding 1115 MY19-plated vehicles to a brake recall first issued in January. "During assembly the vehicles may not have had the front brake tube fitted correctly," Hyundai says in the recall notice. "The tube may come in contact with the exhaust system and the braking performance could be compromised. In addition, a fire could result."
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