You'd think the Kona wouldn't be so firm if it was meant for UK roads, even with the suggested the smaller wheels they seem to have found it a bit firm. Maybe something to look into when test driving a Kona to see how it really feels.
AutoCar made a good Hyundai Kona 1.0 T-GDi SE 2017 review. It's more of a quick overview of the car, its competition, and reasons to buy it. I personally found this article pretty informative, even though it's short.We try the Hyundai Kona – one of the many new crossovers entering the market – in the most popular configuration. Will it be a hit?
Very true and that will be the only option for those of us that are very particular about what we want from a wheel and tire package but to be honest, most people will stick with the factory wheels. Or if they do get aftermarket wheels, rarely it will be spec'd in a way that looks concept-like on the Kona.Well there's always the option of going for an aftermarket set of wheels. The Kona could use some polishing in the performance department and the cargo space isn't as large as the Arona, but the design could make up for that.