Hyundai Kona

Hyundai Kona News in Malaysia

  • 2023 Hyundai Kona EV to make global debut in Seoul next month, hybrids to make up 40% of Kona sales in Korea

    The all-new 2023 Hyundai Kona EV – the final variant of the Kona range – will make its global debut at the 2023 Seoul Mobility Show next month. The second-generation Hyundai Kona was first presented to the public online in December 2022. three engine options have been announced for Korea – 198 PS/265 Nm 1.6-litre turbocharged T-GDi, 149 PS / 180 Nm 2.0-litre naturally aspirated, and 1.6-litre naturally aspirated hybrid that makes 141 PS / 265 Nm. Details of the battery EV variant will only be an

    HansHans

    Feb 13, 2023

  • 2022 Hyundai prices post-SST: Ioniq 5 up by RM 10.5k, Kona Electric up by RM 8.5k

    Just like every carmaker in Malaysia, Hyundai Sime Darby Motor (HSDM) too has just released the revised pricing for Hyundai models sold here following the end of the sales and service tax (SST) exemption on 30-June 2022. The following table shows the updated prices of Hyundai models with the inclusion of SST: Hyundai prices post-SST Variants Pre-SST (RM) Post-SST (RM) Elantra 1.6 MPI Premium 158,888 168,888 Kona 2.0 MPI 119,888 124,188 2.0 MPI Active 136,888 141,328 1.6 TGDI 146,888 150,888 1.6

    CY FoongCY Foong

    Jul 7, 2022

  • Here is how you tell if an electric car is more efficient than an ICE car, or not

    We are all used to the fact that the fuel consumption of a petrol or diesel car is typically expressed in litres per hundred kilometres (l/100 km). Quite simply, understanding and quantifying a ‘litre’ of any liquid comes naturally for anyone who can imagine holding a water bottle in their hands. Unfortunately, it isn’t so straightforward when it comes to electricity, and by that same extension - EVs. An electric car doesn’t use fuel but gets its energy from a battery. The maximum amount of ener

    ArvindArvind

    Jul 7, 2022

  • To convince the public to switch to EVs, forget Klang Valley, make Langkawi EV-only zone

    Electric vehicles are not for everyone and it’s not just a question of income. Put aside the fact that 70 percent of new cars sold are below RM 100k, the bigger hurdle to overcome is the fact that electric vehicle ownership demands a lot of patience and dedication to the EV cause. EVs are not cars that you simply get in and drive, or decide to drive out of state on a whim, and you can’t make detours to your favourite eateries as you wish. Yes, it is possible to drive a Porsche Taycan all the way

    HansHans

    Dec 5, 2021

  • Est. price below RM 150k, 2021 Hyundai Kona EV launching in Malaysia by end-Nov

    Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors (HSDM) has confirmed the launch of the 2021 Hyundai Kona Electric facelift in November, the first all-electric vehicle (EV) under the Hyundai brand to make its debut in Malaysia. The 2021 Hyundai Kona Electric will be available in two electric powertrains - a long-range version powered by a 64-kWh battery with a driving range of 484 km and a 39.2-kWh battery basic version with a driving range of 305 km, Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test (WLTP) with a single charge

    ShaunShaun

    Nov 5, 2021

  • HSDM teases tax-free Hyundai Kona EV for Malaysia - Time for your first EV!

    Hot off the announcement of zero excise, import, and even road tax for battery electric vehicles (BEV), Hyundai Sime Darby Malaysia (HSDM) has uploaded a teaser for the Hyundai Kona Electric facelift on its official Facebook page. Looks like HSDM is keeping to its timeline, as the Kona EV has been tipped to launch in Malaysia before the year is out. The Kona EV will be fully imported (CBU) from Korea and will be available in at least two variants for interested buyers. This could mean that the K

    JerricaJerrica

    Oct 29, 2021

  • Review: 2021 Hyundai Kona N-Line - A surprise package, in a good way

    "Please, be good," I thought to myself as I got into the Hyundai Kona N-Line. Experiences in the past with Hyundai (or Korean cars for that matter) have been very much 'it's much improved but still not quite there', but here is a car that I genuinely wanted to impress me, not just because it looks good or has plenty of shove (198 PS, 265 Nm). Was I impressed though? To find out the answer to that question, let's unpack the layers and break it down for you. Exterior - Bold, fresh and distinctive

    JasonJason

    Oct 24, 2021

  • Ratings: 2021 Hyundai Kona 2.0 Active in Malaysia - Class-leading smoothness, at a price

    Make no bones about it, the 2021 Hyundai Kona's appeal lies more on the subjective end of the scale. Sure, it's attention-grabbing and different, but with prices starting from RM 136k, it's got to perform in a measureable manner too. In the B-segment SUV category dominated by the Proton X50 and Honda HR-V, the fully-imported (CBU Korea) Kona sits on the higher side of the price scale, even out-pricing the Mazda CX-3. 2021 Hyundai Kona Prices in Malaysia Variant Price 2.0 RM 119,888 2.0 Active (a

    SanjaySanjay

    Oct 10, 2021

  • Fancy a Korean EV? This Hyundai Kona EV can be yours for RM 180k

    If you’re in the market for an electric vehicle (EV) but find the Nissan Leaf's lack of support for Type 2 DC charging a bit of a turn-off (it only uses Japanese Type 1 charging and the uncommon ChaDeMo port), perhaps this Hyundai Kona EV would be a better fit. This Ceramic Blue example is currently available at Sime Darby Auto Selection, priced at RM 180,800. This 2018 example of the Kona EV was Hyundai Training Academy’s internal training unit and has covered roughly 18,000 km. As a refresher,

    EricEric

    Sep 20, 2021

  • The 2021 Hyundai Kona N-Line is a 198 PS family car many forgot exist

    Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors (HSDM) launched the sportier Hyundai Kona N-Line in July when the country was in total lockdown. Due to travel restrictions, we were unable to pay the car a visit, but now here it is in all its glory. The Hyundai Kona N-Line is fully-imported (CBU) from Korea. Prices start from RM 156,888 on-the-road without insurance with SST discount. Also read: Priced from RM 146k, 2021 Hyundai Kona 1.6T and N Line launched in Malaysia But first, allow us to explain what N-Line is. N

    JerricaJerrica

    Sep 6, 2021

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