Yes, it can't be that size. because IF anyone used that size on a Kona N-Line it 100% will take out a transfer case because the outside diameter is 2 inches too small and Hyundai only wants 2mm smaller tire size to save the transfer case. Of course you can get by with more then 2mm. maybe 5mm it would still be ok , but I bet not much more. And you think you can go 2 inches? **** no. It would have to be 145/90 16 of some kind of variant of say a 17 inch wheel with a tire with a 26.3 inch diameter. The 125/80 16 is 24 inch diameter.So, without actually seeing a spare for the 2022 Kona N-Line, you’re going to assume that it can’t be the factory spec 125/80D16? Ok.