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News Hyundai Prices 2022 Kona From $21,999 in Canada. Electric Gets Price Cut

Hyundai Prices 2022 Kona From $21,999 in Canada. Electric Gets Price Cut

2022 Kona gets equipment and styling upgrades

  • Larger screens, new styling for refreshed Kona

  • Electric model sees price cut of $1,300


Hyundai has just priced the 2022 Kona lineup. The refreshed model starts from $21,999 in Canada, and while that’s a $700 increase from last year, the Kona does add new connectivity and new standard features.

The 2022 Hyundai Kona‘s facelift is the first for the quirky crossover, and while it makes the model look more current and more upscale, it doesn’t lose the original signature style. It does lose the old smallest infotainment screen with the 7.0-inch display swapped for an 8.0-inch model. An even larger 10.25-inch screen comes on higher trims, and Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are both wireless for 2022.

All 2022 Kona models come with SmartSense active safety including driver attention warning, lane keep assist, and forward collision avoidance. Heated seats are also included on the full line.

Essential and Preferred models come with a 147 hp 2.0L four-cylinder while the N line has a 201 hp, 290 lb-ft 1.6L turbo-four. The more powerful Kona N performance model was not part of this announcement.

The Kona Electric is also available soon and starts from $43,699. For the electric model, that’s a drop of $1,300, and range is unchanged at up to 415 km.

2022 Hyundai Kona Canadian Pricing

Essential FWD $21,999
Essential AWD $23,999
Preferred FWD $23,999
Preferred AWD $25,999
N Line $28,099
N Line Ultimate $33,699

2022 Hyundai Kona Electric
Preferred $43,699
Ultimate $49,199

 

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