Hyundai’s new compact SUV has big shoes to fill
Kona hopes to match the success of its Tucson big brother. But that will take some doing
Anyone who has a high-achieving older sibling will understand the challenge that lies ahead of the new Hyundai Kona. It’s a compact SUV, starting at €20,995, one of a raft of new models in this rapidly expanding segment and little brother to the best-selling new car in Ireland for the past two years, namely the Hyundai Tucson.
It’s worth reiterating what that means. The Tucson has not only been the best-selling crossover of...
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