Hyundai Kona

Branded as a ‘true SUV’ by its maker – with no small amount of poetic licence – the 175bhp turbocharged 1.6-litre Kona comes complete with all-wheel drive and dual-clutch auto transmission.
The Kona’s fundamental driving position is good. The seat is set at a natural height, has a decent range of adjustment and so, too, does the steering wheel, meaning drivers of all sizes should be able to get comfortable. There’s also good space for a couple of tall adults in the fronts seats.
Its rear seats will be a squeeze for another couple of tall adults, though, and three would be uncomfortable. While no car in this class is truly spacious in the back, a Citroën C3 Aircross and Renault Captur both have roomier rear quarters.
The Kona’s boot is nothing to write home about, either. At 334 litres, it looks stingy next to the above rivals, while the Captur also gets folding and sliding rears seats rather than the Kona’s fixed 60/40 split-folding arrangement.
However, Hyundai is taking personalisation seriously, offering interior trim colours to match the car’s exterior and there are quirky touches such as matching seatbelts. Quality, too, is a good effort, with lots of soft plastics, slick switches and a generally solid feel to the dashboard’s construction.
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