The new Hyundai Kona Electric car leasing range specification has been revealed and there’s a lot for drivers to enjoy.
Hyundai says that its zero-emission electric vehicle is changing and was first unveiled in 2018 – with the latest version also set to be a popular choice.
Indeed, the latest version has undergone an exterior design with new LED daytime running lights and a new-look closed grille.
Interior additions include a 10.25-inch digital instrument display, and a 10.25-inch infotainment system that has the firm’s Bluelink connected services.
Contract hire Hyundai Kona Electric
Powertrains for the contract hire Hyundai Kona Electric include a 39.2kWh offering producing 136 PS and delivering a battery-powered range of 189 miles.
There’s also a 64kWh battery producing 204 PS and offering an impressive range of 300 miles.
When using a home charger, the batteries can be recharged in six hours, and when using a fast charger, the battery charge time is 47 minutes.
The power is delivered using a single-speed transmission and the battery comes with a 100,000 miles, or eight years warranty.
Kona electric is packed with equipment
The new Kona Electric is also packed with equipment including smartphone compatibility, 10 years of map updates for the satnav, as well as a rear-view camera and rear parking sensors.
Drivers also get to enjoy keyless entry, smart adaptive cruise control and a stop/go function.
Other models feature heated front seats, ambient cabin lighting, rear cross-traffic collision avoidance and blind-spot collision avoidance.
The better spec models also feature front parking sensors, power folding mirrors, a wireless device charging point and automatic screen wipers.
The range-topper also has an electric tilt and slide sunroof, leather upholstery and a head-up display.
0% Benefit-in-Kind tax rate
Prices for the new Kona Electric start at £33,125 and have a 0% Benefit-in-Kind tax rate to make them very attractive to company car drivers.
The most expensive model costs £40,375 and all Kona Electric cars come with the firm’s five-year unlimited mileage warranty, roadside assistance and annual health check for five years.
Hyundai has also fitted a premium audio system to the vehicle and the bold new look will turn heads.
The midlife refresh is aimed at keeping the Hyundai Kona Electric popular in an increasingly competitive segment, and there’s no doubt that the contract hire deals for a stylish EV are worth checking out.