A Hyundai Kona hybrid for 300 euros a month: that’s how you rent Hyundai’s new hybrid SUV

The hybrid version of the Hyundai Kona was the latest to join the catalogue of Hyundai’s small SUV, a car that, let’s remember, is up against models like the SEAT Arona, such as the 2008 Peugeot or the Renault Captur, and that comes with this version with the advantage in terms of consumption and driving comfort of having the additional support of an electric mechanism and the charms of the DGT’s ECO label. Hyundai is now promoting the rental of this Hyundai Kona hybrid, but is it an interesting solution?

For 293 euros a month, this is how the Hyundai Kona is rented

This renting formula has an annual limitation of 10,000 km and includes services such as all-risk insurance, road assistance, maintenance and repairs, tyre replacement and fine management.

The renting offered by Hyundai for the Hyundai Kona hybrid is a monthly fee of 293 euros which we will pay for 48 months, 4 years, without entry and without final payment so that at the end of this rental contract we will have paid a total of 14,000 euros, a figure which we must put into context with the 26,190 euros from which the Hyundai Kona departs without discounts.

The Hyundai Kona offered in this renting is a Hyundai Kona with the Klass finish, the finish of access to the range, proposing a set of equipment which highlights elements such as alloy wheels 16 inches, the multimedia system with 7-inch touch screen, connectivity with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, air conditioning, cruise control and rear parking camera, so we talk about a car with a well resolved equipment.

The Hyundai Kona hybrid has 141 hp and consumes 5 l/100 km

As far as its hybrid mechanics are concerned, the Hyundai Kona hybrid, Hyundai Kona HEV, as it is officially called from the brand, has a set made up of a 105 hp 1.6 GDI engine associated with a 43.5 hp electric motor, achieving a total of 141 hp jointly and recording an average consumption of 5 l/100 km according to the WLTP approval cycle.

If you are looking for a rental car, do not miss our “What car should I buy?” section and check our small SUV buying guide for all the alternatives that rival the Hyundai Kona and their respective offers. As the main alternative to the Hyundai Kona we find the Toyota C-HR, it is a car of a superior segment but has a price close to that of the Hyundai and it also has a hybrid mechanic.

The hybrid version of the Hyundai Kona was the latest to join the catalogue of Hyundai’s small SUV, a car that, let’s remember, is up against models like the SEAT Arona, such as the 2008 Peugeot or the Renault Captur, and that comes with this version with the advantage in terms of consumption and driving comfort of having the additional support of an electric mechanism and the charms of the DGT’s ECO label. Hyundai is now promoting the rental of this Hyundai Kona hybrid, but is it an interesting solution?

For 293 euros a month, this is how the Hyundai Kona is rented
This renting formula has an annual limitation of 10,000 km and includes services such as all-risk insurance, road assistance, maintenance and repairs, tyre replacement and fine management.

The renting offered by Hyundai for the Hyundai Kona hybrid is a monthly fee of 293 euros which we will pay for 48 months, 4 years, without entry and without final payment so that at the end of this rental contract we will have paid a total of 14,000 euros, a figure which we must put into context with the 26,190 euros from which the Hyundai Kona departs without discounts.

The Hyundai Kona offered in this renting is a Hyundai Kona with the Klass finish, the finish of access to the range, proposing a set of equipment which highlights elements such as alloy wheels 16 inches, the multimedia system with 7-inch touch screen, connectivity with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, air conditioning, cruise control and rear parking camera, so we talk about a car with a well resolved equipment.

The Hyundai Kona hybrid has 141 hp and consumes 5 l/100 km

As far as its hybrid mechanics are concerned, the Hyundai Kona hybrid, Hyundai Kona HEV, as it is officially called from the brand, has a set made up of a 105 hp 1.6 GDI engine associated with a 43.5 hp electric motor, achieving a total of 141 hp jointly and recording an average consumption of 5 l/100 km according to the WLTP approval cycle.

If you are looking for a rental car, do not miss our “What car should I buy?” section and check our small SUV buying guide for all the alternatives that rival the Hyundai Kona and their respective offers. As the main alternative to the Hyundai Kona we find the Toyota C-HR, it is a car of a superior segment but has a price close to that of the Hyundai and it also has a hybrid mechanic.