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Hyundai Kona Electric cars

The Kona Electric is a compact, all-electric SUV that gives you an impressively long battery range and lots of standard features. We have a wide range of new Hyundai Kona Electric cars available for subscription for an all-inclusive monthly fee.

Finance representative example (PCP)

Total cash price £13,750. Borrowing £12,750 with a £1,000 deposit at a representative APR of 8.9%.


Fixed rate of interest
4.6%
48 monthly payments
£243.98
Total amount payable
£16,767.04
Cost of credit
£3,017.04
Optional final payment
£4,056.00
Annual mileage limit
10,000 miles
Excess mileage charge
4p/mile

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  1. Finance representative example (PCP)

    Total cash price £13,750. Borrowing £12,750 with a £1,000 deposit at a representative APR of 8.9%.


    Fixed rate of interest
    4.6%
    48 monthly payments
    £243.98
    Total amount payable
    £16,767.04
    Cost of credit
    £3,017.04
    Optional final payment
    £4,056.00
    Annual mileage limit
    10,000 miles
    Excess mileage charge
    4p/mile

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The style of the car

The Kona Electric is a compact SUV (also known as a crossover) that looks much like its petrol-fueled counterparts. There are a few differences, though. Most noticeable is its lack of a front grille, and its different wheels. The Kona range was updated in 2021 and Kona Electric had a makeover that further differentiates it from other Kona models. The user-friendly interior didn’t change much, staying simple and user-friendly.

How it drives

The Kona Electric’s compact size and light steering make nipping down narrow city streets really easy. Its seating position is quite high so you and your passengers have a great view out. Manoeuvring is straightforward thanks to standard-fit parking sensors and cameras. Two versions of the Kona Electric are available, one with a lower power 39kWh battery, the other with a higher power 64kWh battery. The lower-output battery gives adequate acceleration, while the higher-output version makes the car surprisingly quick. It’s comfortable and quiet enough on a long journey.

The interior

The Kona Electric is a compact crossover with five doors and five seats. It’s about the same size as the Peugeot e-2008. There’s a lot of space in the front seats and adults will be fine in the back for short journeys. The interior feels sturdy and there’s a lot of interior storage space, including a large tray below the centre console. The boot is on the small side for a compact SUV but it’s still bigger than what you find in  many small hatchbacks and has room for three medium suitcases. All Kona Electric models come with parking sensors, cameras and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto connectivity. Higher-spec models have sat nav and leather seats.

Running costs

The Kona Electric has a long battery range compared with many small electric cars According to official figures, the higher-powered battery gives you a range of around 300 miles, and reports suggest it gets pretty close to that figure in real world driving. The 39kWh option gives a range of around 150 miles. An 80% recharge from a 50kW public charger takes about 60 minutes for the 39kWh battery and 75 minutes for the 64kWh battery. Plug them into a domestic ‘wallbox’ charger at home and the batteries will fully recharge overnight. Top-of-the-range models incur road tax charges for the first three years from new due to their higher list price. Otherwise, there’s no tax to pay.

How it compares with similar cars

The Kona Electric’s rivals include the Kia e-Niro, MG ZS EV, and Peugeot e-2008. The Kona Electric’s interior isn’t as spacious as those, but the Hyundai comes better equipped and the 64kWh version has a usefully longer range. 

Hyundai Kona Electric common questions