The fuel consumption of the Hyundai Kona is 7.2 L/100km (the most fuel-efficient), and the highest fuel consumption is 8.3 L/100km.
Fuel consumption is most intuitively measured as the fuel required to travel a unit distance, which is known as L/100 kilometers.
Here are the fuel consumption for Hyundai Kona cars, according to Hyundai official:
The fuel consumption of 2021 Hyundai Kona 2.0 Active is 8.3 L/100km.
The fuel consumption of 2021 Hyundai Kona 2.0 Standard is 7.2 L/100km.
The fuel consumption of 2021 Hyundai Kona 1.6 N Line is -.
The fuel consumption of 2021 Hyundai Kona 1.6 Turbo is -.
Fuel economy, as the inverse of fuel consumption is another common indicator, which is calculated as the distance traveled per unit of fuel, such as kilometers/liter or miles/gallon.
The fuel consumption of a car mainly depends on its power technology and size. These variables include:
1. Road, traffic and weather conditions
2. Driving style
3. Vehicle speed, load and condition
The following formula is used to calculate fuel consumption in liters/100km, which is the most commonly used measure of fuel consumption.
(Liters used × 100) ÷km traveled = litres per 100 kilometers.
Is this way, you are easy to get the monthly fuel cost of Hyundai Kona by our fuel cost calculator.
|Fuel Type||Transmission||Manufacturers Claim||As Tested|
|Petrol(1999cc)||CVT||8.3 L/100km||8.3 L/100km|
|2021 Hyundai Kona 2.0 Active||Consumption|
|Manufacturers Claim||8.3 L/100km|
|As Tested||8.3 L/100km|
|2021 Hyundai Kona 2.0 Standard||Consumption|
|Manufacturers Claim||7.2 L/100km|
|2021 Hyundai Kona 1.6 N Line||Consumption|
|2021 Hyundai Kona 1.6 Turbo||Consumption|
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