The wonders of micro travel

posted February 01, 2021 at 10:00 am
by  Manila Standard
Get your driving shoes on and make that quick road trip with family or friends in the comfort and safety of the Hyundai Kona.

The Hyundai Kona is no babe in the woods. 
Equipped with six airbags, the Hyundai Kona gives you and fellow adventurers peace of mind while taking on the twists and turns of Ternate, Cavite on your way to Nasugbu, Batangas. The 2.0 Multi-Port injection Atkinson engine can perfectly take you through the ascent and descent of Marilaque Highway on your way to Real, Quezon. While the Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS), Electronic Stability Control (ESC), and Tire Pressure Monitoring System allows you to conquer any road condition as you drive towards Oslob, Cebu. The Kona’s  Drive Mode Technology ensures that you control its power, which will certainly satisfy your driving style.

With its Daytime Running Lights and Advanced High Strength Steel, you are assured of maximum visibility and a smooth and stable ride through the Skyway Stage 3.  

The Kona keeps you unfazed with its body made from 51.8% Hyundai Advanced High Strength Steel, known to be 10% lighter but twice as rigid as conventional steel.

Apart from its modern interiors complete with cushioned fabric for its 5-seating capacity, the Kona has ample headroom in the front and back, thanks to its wide exterior dimension of 1,800mm, which also contributes to better on-road stability, and a long wheelbase of  2,600mm  that affords greater passenger leg room.

Topics: Hyundai Kona , Anti-Lock Braking System , Electronic Stability Control , Tire Pressure Monitoring System , Hyundai Advanced High Strength Steel
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