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2024 Hyundai Kona Overview

What’s New

  • Changed from the inside out.
  • More space for people and things.
  • Brings new tech features to life.
  • As of the 2024 model year, the second wave of Konas has begun.

The tough little Hyundai Kona grows up with the 2024 update. Hyundai’s second-best SUV is still the Santa Fe, but it is now bigger, has more space inside, and can carry more. The most important thing is that it fixes a big problem we had with the first-generation Kona by giving us a few more inches of space in the back. It can also hold an extra six cubic feet of stuff behind the back seat, and when the seats are folded down, the 25.5 cubic feet of space grows to a huge 63.7 cubic feet. Hyundai has also added cutting-edge technology to the Kona to make it easier to drive.

If you like gadgets, the Kona is a great option to think about. The built-in screens in most trim levels have a 12.3-inch touchscreen in the middle and a 12.3-inch digital gauge panel. It does make the Kona look sleek and modern. You can use your phone to unlock, start, and control the Kona, thanks to digital key technology. We also like how many driver assistance systems Hyundai put in the Kona. These systems could make driving better and easier.

The 2024 Kona is bigger than the last model, but it’s still in the same price range as other ultra-compact crossover SUVs. You can cross-shop at the Buick Encore GX, Chevrolet Trax, Mazda CX-30, Kia Soul, and Subaru Crosstrek, among other places. Stay tuned for our test team’s full review of the Kona, which will include comments on how comfortable it is, how useful it is, and other things.


  • The inside is big enough for people and things.
  • Includes a lot of standard technologies and tools that help the driver.
  • It offers some high-end tools that its rivals don’t.


  • The base engine doesn’t really speed up or slow down.
  • When going over bumps, the ride might shake or bounce.

We think the best deal is found in the Kona’s middle-level SEL trim. You can get more benefits by upgrading to the Convenience package, which starts at a fair price. But because it doesn’t have much power, you’ll have to move up to the sportier N Line or the top-of-the-line Limited to get faster acceleration.

Different Hyundai Kona styles

The 2024 Hyundai Kona is a small crossover SUV that comes in four different trim levels: SE, SEL, N Line, and Limited. We take a close look at Hyundai’s electric version of the Kona in this outside review. The SE and SEL trim levels come with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 147 horsepower and drives the front wheels through a continuously variable transmission (CVT). Both the N Line and the Limited have a 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine with 190 hp, front-wheel drive, and an automatic transmission with eight speeds. Any of the trim levels can be upgraded to have all-wheel drive.

2024 Hyundai Kona Video Review

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