2019 Hyundai Kona Electric Review: Comfort through familiarity

The 2019 Hyundai Kona Electric is a car that just happens to be electric, which is a good thing. The 64-kilowatt-hour battery is good for an EPA-estimated range of 258 miles. The Kona Electric is efficient, fun and properly teched out making it a good way to bring new EV buyers into the fold. Read our full review – https://ift.tt/37y4DJo

At a glance, the Kona Electric looks pretty close to any other Hyundai Kona on the road — depending on your opinion of the Kona’s polarizing looks, that could be good or bad. A panel on the driver’s side of the “grille” hides the CCS Combo charging port, and there’s a small battery-level gauge right there to let me know the battery’s level at a quick glance.

The Kona Electric’s battery doesn’t eat into cargo space, which is great, because there wasn’t much to begin with. With about 19 cubic feet available behind the second row, the Kona is already second to last in the subcompact crossover segment, out-stuffing only the Mazda CX-3.

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