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Hyundai Auto Canada Prices 2024 Kona Electric from $46,399

The Kona EV offers one of the longest ranges for the price

Hyundai Auto Canada has officially announced the pricing for the 2024 Kona Electric. The latest addition to their electric vehicle lineup, the 2024 Kona Electric, is priced at $46,399 for the Preferred trim and $51,199 for the Ultimate trim. These models are scheduled to be available at Hyundai dealerships throughout Canada in the upcoming winter season.

2024 Hyundai Kona Electric | Photo: Hyundai

The 2024 Hyundai Kona Electric is powered by a 64.8 kWh battery and is equipped with a 150 kW (201 HP) electric motor. According to estimates by Natural Resources Canada, the vehicle is expected to deliver a range of 420 kilometers. The starting Canadian M.S.R.P. for the Kona Electric is set at $46,399, with the more equipped Ultimate trim beginning at $51,199, not including a Freight and PDI charge of $1,925.


This model of the Kona Electric includes a 12.3-inch touchscreen with an updated infotainment system and Hyundai’s Smartsense safety features. Additionally, it comes standard with 17-inch alloy wheels and supports wireless connectivity for both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

2024 Hyundai Kona Electric | Photo: Hyundai

Unique features specific to the Kona Electric include forward “frunk” storage, active grille shutters, an i-PEDAL driving mode, and a Smart Regenerative System that adjusts to real-time traffic conditions. The Ultimate trim adds features like a Bose premium audio system, head-up display, wireless device charger, and Digital Key technology.


The vehicle is equipped with features suited for colder climates, including heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, and a heat pump designed to optimize charging performance. The fast-charging capability of the 2024 Kona Electric allows it to recharge from 10% to 80% in approximately 43 minutes using a 400V charging station.

2024 Hyundai Kona Electric | Photo: Hyundai

The interior layout of the Kona Electric has been redesigned, including the relocation of the shift-by-wire gear selector. This change allows for increased storage in the console area. The vehicle also features ambient interior lighting, slimmer front seats for enhanced rear legroom, and a second-row Curveless Bench Seat. The cargo volume is 723 liters with rear seatbacks up and 1,803 liters with the seatbacks folded down.


Since its launch in 2018, the Kona has become a popular choice in Canada, with over 100,000 units of the gasoline model and 20,000 units of the electric model sold. The vehicle has consistently been among Hyundai’s top three best-selling models in Canada since 2019.


The 2024 Hyundai Kona Electric is expected to be available at Canadian dealerships starting December 2023.

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