2021 Hyundai Kona in Salisbury, MD
With a stylish, unique design, plenty of standard features, and a muscular optional turbo engine, the 2021 Hyundai Kona is a hard proposition to resist. This machine is simply a blast to drive as well as merely gaze upon. It’s easy to see why it’s acclaimed as a favorite among small SUVs.
The positively funkadelic design of the 2021 Kona is sure to cause a cacophonous chorus of creaking necks to resound due to heads turning when you drive by. You’ll be tempted to scream “Yeah baby, yeah!” from the driver-side window at the top of your lungs until your throat goes raw.
If that’s all you needed to hear, hit the button to check out our current selection of the model here at Pohanka Hyundai. If you’d still like to learn more about this remarkable machine, read on below!
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Two engine options are offered for the 2021 Hyundai Kona. A 147-horsepower four-cylinder comes standard, paired to a six-speed automatic transmission. Those who want more verve can upgrade to the 175-horsepower turbo that’s on offer. Both provide agile handling and a whole lot of driving fun. The excellent suspension gives users a smooth ride even on bumpy roads.
Stylish, Substantial Interior
Inside, users of the 2021 Hyundai Kona will find a delightfully trimmed cabin with style touches that match the spunky outside. But there’s substance, too; the 2021 Kona is outfitted with quality material, good ergonomics, and comfortable seats. Four adults will be able to chill comfortably within. Of course, the machine is also advanced in terms of both technology and safety.
What’s new on the 2021 Hyundai Kona?
For 2021, the Kona drops its two brightest paint colors (Lime Twist and Sunset Orange). However, the lineup gains a new Night model. This incarnation comes with the turbocharged engine mentioned above, as well as special stylistic features such as LED exterior lighting, gloss-black 18-inch aluminum wheels, a matching gloss black exterior, and interior trim pieces.
Inside, users of the Night model will also find black cloth upholstery, black headliner, and gas/brake pedals forged from aluminum. The end result is a more menacing appearance; the Night model is the 2021 Kona that Lord Vader would likely drive, if he were so inclined.