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You can find 18 different trims for the Hyundai Kona and their corresponding recommended coolant type.
The years available stretch from 2017 through to 2022 and to view the coolant type and capacity you just click to expand.
The Kona first made its debut in 2017 as Hyundai’s subcompact crossover offering. Since then, there have been two generations to hit the markets. The latest of these was unveiled at the end of 2022 and was scheduled for release in 2023.
Before the release of the new generation, the first-gen model was given a facelift in 2020.
Hyundai also released a fully-electric version of the model, called the Kona EV, in 2018 to compete with the increasing number of EVs available on the market.
Another notable version is the Kona N, which was released in 2021. This high-performance version represents the top of the line in terms of trim. It also marks the first performance SUV in the Hyundai family.
Other trim options consist of three options. These are the base SE, followed by the SEL, and the Limited – the top-tier in terms of standard models.
For a model that has only been available for a number of years, the engine list is fairly extensive.
There have been seven petrol offerings, two petrol hybrids, and two diesels. The petrol offerings have ranged from a 1.0 L inline-3 through to the 2.0 L inline-4 found in the Kona N. Diesel options consist of two 1.6 L inline-4s.
The hybrid versions are offered with one of two 1.6 L inline-4s, which are coupled with a 1.56 kWh lithium-ion polymer battery.
Transmission options have also been fairly broad. These have consisted of a number of 6-speed transmissions, including a manual version, as well as a 7-speed and 8-speed dual clutch. There has also been a CVT variant available.