Sometimes change is desired, but at others, the old adage, “don’t fix what isn’t broken,” rings true. While there are plenty of new elements to enjoy on the 2020 Hyundai Kona, the model also continues the successful attributes that it’s been known for; this machine continues to impress with its trademark striking appearance, engaged driving, and positively sultry cabin.
The vibrant looks of the 2020 Kona will still turn heads on the street, while the inside balances out the verve with its mature and tasteful reserve. On top of the great appearance, the 2020 Hyundai Kona is designed in an intuitive, practical manner, boasting great capability. This includes a healthy cargo volume in back.
Interested in learning more about the 2020 Hyundai Kona? Read on below!
The 2020 Hyundai Kona may be a small SUV, but it’s more than ready for anything the world may care to throw at it. This machine is primed to take on the outdoors with the spirit of adventure. All-wheel drive is available to take this capability even further, gripping the road tightly with firm traction and cornering. This is a machine that’ll allow you to journey with confidence.
With the versatile and sophisticated 2020 Kona, you’ll be able to indulge your spontaneity and experience ever-more elements of this wide and vibrant world we inhabit.
For 2020, the Kona enjoys a new midrange trim, entitled the SEL Plus. This setup enjoys exciting features only previously available on upper trims, such as a 2.4-inch color display between two analog gauges and a wireless charging pad for smartphones.
An auto-dimming, HomeLink boasting rearview mirror is now standard on both Limited and Ultimate models. Those top trims also enjoy a new orange interior accent kit that gets automatically added to them if outfitted with the Sunset Orange or Ultra Black exterior colors. The Ultimate model now gets adaptive cruise control, and last year’s Iron Man Edition is nowhere to be seen.
It’s also worth noting that every new 2020 Hyundai enjoys Hyundai Complimentary Maintenance for 3 years or 36,000 miles (whichever comes first).