One factor to consider when car shopping involves examining the 2022 Hyundai Kona MPG. You’ve decided the Kona can work with your lifestyle near San Leandro, Fremont, and San Jose, California, so learning the MPG will help you pick out the right trim. You’ll learn about this and other performance characteristics from San Leandro Hyundai starting now.
First, we’ll introduce you to the engines that pump out your gas mileage. For the SE and SEL trims, a 2.0L MPI 4-cylinder engine comes standard and produces 147 horsepower with 132 lb-ft of torque. Move up to the N Line and Limited trims, and the 1.6L turbo GDI 4-cylinder engine can be found under the hood. This produces 195 horsepower with a matching 195 lb-ft of torque.
Adjusting to the right gear originates with the standard Intelligent Variable Automatic Transmission or the available 7-speed EcoShift® Dual Clutch Transmission with SHIFTRONIC®. This can be further enhanced through the Drive Mode Select system, which includes Normal and Sport modes. You’ll also be able to use either front-wheel drive (FWD) or the available All-Wheel Drive (AWD) Active On-Demand in your Kona.
For the Hyundai Kona, four separate fuel economies can be selected, depending on the trim, engine, and drivetrain. When equipped with FWD and the standard 2.0L engine, the introductory SE and SEL trims will achieve an EPA-estimated 30 city/35 highway MPG.1 If you choose AWD with either of these trims, the car will achieve an EPA-estimated 28 city/33 highway MPG.1
Drivers interested in the N Line and Limited trims, which use the 1.6L engine, will achieve an EPA-estimated 29 city/35 highway MPG when equipped with FWD.1 By exchanging FWD with AWD, you’ll achieve an EPA-estimated 27 city/32 highway MPG in these trims.1 Both sets of stats sound close in number, but you’ll decide which suits your drives best.
While you’re ambling all over the Bay Area in your Hyundai Kona, you’ll get to add safety systems to your bag of tricks. For all-sides coverage, opt for the available Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian Detection, Blind-Spot Collision Warning, and Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist. If you tend to drift out of your lane through daydreaming or other distractions, rely on the optional Lane Following Assist, Lane Keeping Assist, and Driver Attention Warning.
You’ll also be able to get Smart Cruise Control with Stop & Go for weaving through heavy congestion or going on an extended drive on the highway. For extra help with parking, the available Parking Distance Warning – Reverse sends out alerts if you’re getting too close to an object.
By reading about the 2022 Hyundai Kona MPG, you may feel more informed about which trim, engine, and drivetrain combo you should choose. Decide what works for your drives around San Leandro, Fremont, and San Jose, CA, and pick the one that closely matches what you want in performance. To see how each engine and trim feels when driving, contact San Leandro Hyundai to schedule a test drive.
1. 2022 KONA SE/SEL: FWD 30 City/35 Hwy/32 Combined MPG, AWD 28 City/33 Hwy/30 Combined MPG. 2022 KONA N Line/Limited: FWD 29 City/35 Hwy/32 Combined MPG, AWD 27 City/32 Hwy/29 Combined MPG. All figures are EPA estimates and for comparison purposes only. Actual mileage may vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits, and vehicle's condition.
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