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2024 Hyundai Kona Sees Substantial Price Increase Alongside Expanded Size

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The starting prices for the new model of 2024 Hyundai Kona have risen between $1500 and $2800. With the most significant increases observed in the turbocharged N Line and Limited trim levels.

  • Hyundai has released pricing for the new 2024 Kona, starting at $25,435
  • Significant price increases are evident for the turbocharged N Line and Limited models, which now commence at $31,985 and $32,985, respectively.
  • A Kona Electric variant is also available, but Hyundai has not yet disclosed its pricing.

The 2024 Hyundai Kona is larger than its predecessor, reflecting a higher starting price as well. The new model now begins at $25,435, almost $2000 more than the previous version. Representing a $1960 increase from the smaller 2023 Kona. Hyundai plans to introduce the 2024 model to U.S. dealerships during the summer. While the redesigned Kona Electric will arrive later in the fall. Hyundai has not disclosed the pricing for the electric variant yet.

The SE and the $26,785 SEL model both feature a naturally aspirated 2.0-liter inline-four engine producing 147 horsepower, paired with a continuously variable automatic transmission. The upper trim levels, the N Line and the Limited, experience an even more substantial price increase as they come equipped with a more potent 190-hp turbocharged 1.6-liter inline-four engine. The N Line has a price tag of $31,985, representing a $2800 increase compared to the previous year, while the Limited starts at $32,985, showing a $2700 increase from before. The turbo models now utilize a traditional torque-converter eight-speed automatic, replacing the previous seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

Standard across the board is front-wheel drive, and customers have the option to add all-wheel drive for an additional $1500. Front-wheel drive models are equipped with a torsion-beam rear suspension, while all-wheel drive models feature an independent multilink setup, just like the previous model.

The SEL offers the only notable option package priced at $2200, which includes various features such as

  • a digital gauge cluster
  • heated front seats
  • wireless charging
  • a power driver’s seat
  • several driver-assistance systems.

There are a few extra-cost paint options, including a $450 two-tone color scheme for the N Line available in following

  • red
  • white
  • gray with a black roof.

As of now, we have not had the opportunity to drive the new 2024 Kona and assess its performance compared to the previous model. Stay tuned for our review, which will be coming soon.

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