Hyundai Kona 2021 review: N Line
The Kona N Line is little, it's an SUV, and it's sporty, but we found it thirsty and impractical.
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The top-of-the-range Intens finishes the Captur range at $35,670, $5000 more than the Zen.
You get 18-inch wheels, auto headlights, climate control, air-conditioning, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto on the bigger 9.3-inch touchscreen in portrait mode, sat nav, BOSE sound system, 7.0-inch digital dashboard display, LED interior lighting, 360-degree cameras and leather seats, full LED headlights (that’s a nice touch), front and rear parking sensors, reversing camera, electric driver's seat, heated front seats, walk-away auto-locking, a heated leather steering wheel, auto wipers, two-tone paint option, keyless entry and start (with the Renault key card) and wireless phone charging and a space saver spare.
The Intens' safety package consists of six airbags, ABS, stability and traction controls, forward AEB (up to 170km/h) with pedestrian and cyclist detection (10-80km/h), reversing camera, rear parking sensors, forward collision warning, lane departure warning, reverse cross-traffic alert and blind-spot monitoring and lane keep assist.