One of our favorite sub-compact SUVs, the 2022 Hyundai Kona, sees a sweeping set of upgrades for the new model year.
The Kona refresh covers the exterior design, now crisper and sportier, plus a new interior with more advanced features and technology.
Two existing grades, SEL Plus and Ultimate, are dropped for 2022. But a new trim, called N Line, is added, with a focus on sporting styling cues inside and out.
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