With A Reduction In Price SUV Kona Now Costs Rs 23.71 Lakh - TyreCafe

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Hyundai has decreased the price of the latest electric SUV Kona from 25.3 lakh to 23.71 lakh (ex-showroom), India.


Hyundai has decreased the price of the latest electric SUV Kona from 25.3 lakh to 23.71 lakh (ex-showroom), India. This decision was taken due to the reduction in the GST rates on the electric vehicles. The GST rate on the electric vehicles has been reduced from 18 percent to 5 percent. The results were in a positive shape after the implementation and as many as 152 vehicles of electric Kona were booked by Hyundai within a span of 20 days. This new pricing will be implemented from August 2019.

Some major features of Kona include the 100 Kw motor for sending the power to the front wheel and is equivalent to the 131 bhp and 395 Nm of peak torque. This crossover like Hyundai Creta is compact and has a distinctive sharp look despite of being very innovative. The Kona will be embedded with a 39.1 kWh battery option out of the two battery options of 39.1 kWh and 64 kWh, available globally. It can cover up to 450 km in a single charge. The customers will be provided with a portable charger that that plug easily to any three pin point socket of 15 Amp.

For the charging facilities, Hyundai is planning on setting up of the full charging infrastructure in association with the e Indian Oil corporation. They are installing fast charging facility with first development in major cities of Mumbai, Chennai, Bangaluru and Delhi. The installations of fast charging will charge the car upto 80 percent battery in an hour. The company has also said the customers who have already booked Kona will also be benefitted with the upcoming price drop. Further, it will also come with an extended 3 year warranty as standard and 8 year on the battery.


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