** ALLOY WHEELS **, ** BACKUP CAMERA **, ** BLUETOOTH **, ** CLEAN CAR FAX **, ** CRUISE CONTROL **, ** ONE OWNER **, ** POWER LOCKS **, ** POWER WINDOWS **, ** PUSH START **, ** USB PORTS **, 4-Wheel...
Memorized Settings including door mirror(s), Memorized Settings including pedals, Memorized Settings for 2 drivers, Driver seat memory, Remote, digital keypad power door locks, Power windows, Cruise c...
Fuel Consumption: City: 43 mpg, Fuel Consumption: Highway: 41 mpg, Lithium ion motor battery, Remote, digital keypad power door locks, Power windows, Cruise controls on steering wheel, Cruise control,...
The 2019 Hyundai Kona continues the brand's notable value proposition by offering buyers competitive fuel economy, a class-above interior, an intuitive infotainment system and, for 2019, a range of advanced safety features that are standard on all trim levels. But it remains hampered by busy styling touches, a standard engine that offers only modest acceleration, and an interior that's on the small side for the segment.
Forget everything you've heard, seen or experienced with past iterations. The all-new 2019 Honda Insight is more than ready to take on the Toyota Prius with stellar fuel economy, lithesome styling, a spacious interior, and a wealth of standard advanced safety features. Minor gripes include the lack of hatchback versatility, engine drone when pressed, and a base trim that omits Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The 2018 Hyundai Kona cruises onto the stage in a class already awash with solid entries from Subaru, Honda, Mazda, and Nissan, along with nearly every other automaker on the planet. What the Kona brings to the party is a solid value proposition, smooth ride, and a durable, practical interior. But it's also hampered by fussy exterior touches, a finicky optional dual-clutch transmission, leisurely acceleration, and limited availability of advanced safety features.
Updated styling and equipment enhancements across the lineup that include a new turbo-four borrowed from the CX-9 only confirm our opinion that - despite the fact that the new engine is mated exclusively to an automatic transmission, while the clumsy infotainment system lacks Android Auto and Apple CarPlay - the 2018 Mazda Mazda6 remains the best-handling and best-looking sedan in the midsize segment.