The Hyundai Kona stands out in several important categories, like exterior styling, electronic connectivity and efficiency. Bill Dodge Hyundai sells this compact utility vehicle in several trims, including the SEL and Ultimate.

You don't need cables and wires to charge some smartphones in the Kona. Supporting universal Qi standards, the wireless charging tray is conveniently centered in the cockpit. Of course, conventional USB and 12-volt interfaces are installed for wired charging. Powered by the Blue Link technology, the Connected Car System supplements the Bluetooth portal in the cabin. Android phones and iPhones are also compatible with the car's plug-and-play suite.

This sporty Hyundai CUV has a head-up display with a combiner-type design that's optimized for quick popping and retracting in the dashboard. An 8-inch monitor is optional in the highest-level Kona trim. Traffic flow information is sent to the GPS navigation system that's exclusively integrated into the most expensive model.



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