Hyundai Kona Deals

Deal summary
rrp
£16,750
Average carwow saving:
cash
£2,051
finance
£3,300
All carwow deals include:
Full UK manufacturer warranty
Local servicing anywhere

Discover our wide selection of deals for every type of Kona. Just tell us which car you want, how you want it and we will bring to you offers from our Hyundai approved dealers close to you.

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1 engine available with this trim.
  • 1.0 litre
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 5 doors
RRP
£16,750
DEALS FROM
Cash
£15,046
PCP Finance
£13,796
With finance deposit contribution of £1,250
Representative APR 5.90%
Hyundai approved dealers
1 engine available with this trim.
  • 1.0 litre
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 5 doors
RRP
£18,050
DEALS FROM
Cash
£16,196
PCP Finance
£14,946
With finance deposit contribution of £1,250
Representative APR 5.90%
Hyundai approved dealers
1 engine available with this trim.
  • 1.0 litre
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 5 doors
RRP
£19,350
DEALS FROM
Cash
£17,347
PCP Finance
£16,097
With finance deposit contribution of £1,250
Representative APR 5.90%
Hyundai approved dealers
1 engine available with this trim.
  • 1.0 litre
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 5 doors
RRP
£21,750
DEALS FROM
Cash
£18,995
PCP Finance
£18,221
With finance deposit contribution of £1,250
Representative APR 5.90%
Hyundai approved dealers
1 engine available with this trim.
  • 1.6 litres
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 5 doors
RRP
£25,295
DEALS FROM
Cash
£22,880
PCP Finance
£21,630
With finance deposit contribution of £1,250
Representative APR 5.90%
Hyundai approved dealers
Is the Kona right for you?

The Hyundai Kona handles tidily and is well equipped, but has uncomfortable suspension and an average boot

Mat Watson
carwow expert
About Kona

The Hyundai Kona is a small SUV that’s available in eye-catching colours, but doesn’t have the same feel-good factor as the Citroen C3 Aircross. The Hyundai’s interior design is a little ordinary compared with the Citroen’s, although you can specify some bright coloured trims on more expensive models to add a hint of wow factor.

No matter how you jazz things up, though, more of a problem is the Kona’s practicality: it has a relatively small boot, and rear-seat knee room, while good, isn’t as…

The Hyundai Kona handles tidily and is well equipped, but has uncomfortable suspension and an average boot

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