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Comments

    • Mary Lou
      Mary Lou

      Correction! Kona DOES have wireless phone charger pad...its right in front of the armrest cubby, not above the cup holders😡

      about 1 day ago
    • Taoma H
      Taoma H

      The Niro is better quality but Kona is lighter. Niro has a more traditional look and it is more practical meanwhile Kona is more stylish. I prefer Niro.

      about 15 days ago
    • Slava Slavia
      Slava Slavia

      Niro tail/backend looks like scheisse. Appart from that Niro is a winner.

      about 15 days ago
    • CHICOZTACOS
      CHICOZTACOS

      What a character!

      about 24 days ago
    • Liz T
      Liz T

      Perfect video review for both cars however I was expecting something that’s not a plug-in but would they be similar if it’s just a regular car?

      about 26 days ago
    • 최Boyoung Park
      최Boyoung Park

      A Chinese guy with a name like that. Hahaha

      about 27 days ago
    • San Ien Jao
      San Ien Jao

      The Niro interior looks really good and we're I live both cars cost exactly the same.

      Thanks for a great video.

      about 28 days ago
    • JG
      JG

      I prefer the Kona, remind me of the Citroën c4 Cactus I had.

      about 1 month ago
    • John Wexler
      John Wexler

      Loved your comparison video. I think it would help to have screen text identifying the cars while your talking. I also noticed the preponderance of charging stations in the garage you were in. In Minnesota where I live we are lucky to find charging stations anywhere. I hope that changes soon. Well done.

      about 1 month ago
    • Konstantin Ridaya
      Konstantin Ridaya

      The real difference in Denmark between these two cars is, that the Hyundai you can go to a dealer and buy and drive away in the same day. The Kia you have to put down 10% of the price in deposit and then you will receive in 11 to 19 months time, all depending on the equipment and battery size you are choosing. Pretty hard to understand that difference, especially considering that Kia and Hyundai is basically one manufacturer and the technic inside these vehicles very much is the same

      about 1 month ago
    • Mrmightymagnificent
      Mrmightymagnificent

      Can anyone here comment on how the both compare on driving. Am I correct in thinking that the Kona is more sporty and so corners better whilst the niro has a more comfortable ride?

      about 1 month ago
    • Mrmightymagnificent
      Mrmightymagnificent

      Very useful video and just what i wanted to see thanks. For me I do not like the back lights on the Niro otherwise I would buy one, may still buy the one or the Kona though!

      about 1 month ago
    • kanehi
      kanehi

      Thank you for the review. It would've been better if you had a side by side screen comparison instead of running back and fort to compare

      about 1 month ago
    • Sai Kumar
      Sai Kumar

      How much time does those takes for complete charge ??

      about 1 month ago
    • Takenyao123
      Takenyao123

      3:32 "i actually like this blue light" its green lol

      about 1 month ago
    • allan500m
      allan500m

      Good comparison.
      The Kona might be more cramped inside, but that also makes it feel more cozy, combined with the warmer light temperature.
      Also the Kona has better position of the infotainment system, and also has head up display.

      about 1 month ago
    • cassmanio
      cassmanio

      Amazing rewiew. I subscribed immediately. Thank you so much for your hard work

      about 1 month ago
    • Randy
      Randy

      No spare tire on either one?

      about 1 month ago
    • Alex Danilov
      Alex Danilov

      Man! You are all over the place! The entire thing is haphazard and under-prepared. [SMH] Disappointed.

      about 1 month ago
    • Juan B
      Juan B

      They are both imperfect cars, both have compromises (but all cars are a collection of compromises). However, I have high hopes that both of these will continue to improve over time, as well as all EVs. I will focus on subcompact SUVs/CUVs in particular because I like the ride height and the hatch instead of a trunk.

      about 2 months ago
    • Lisa L. Gruman
      Lisa L. Gruman

      Excellent presentation. Thank you!!

      about 2 months ago
    • jeeevan gurung
      jeeevan gurung

      Kia is not beautiful looking but i dont know about petfomance both

      about 2 months ago
    • jeeevan gurung
      jeeevan gurung

      Hyundai kona is best looking too beautiful..i like it

      about 2 months ago
    • t3r080
      t3r080

      How much space they've got under the bonnet / hood? Björn forgot to show us the front space.

      about 2 months ago
    • flipvw
      flipvw

      I tested both cars, the Kona seems more untamed and snappy at acceleration, I prefer the Niro, though. I like the interior better and the driver seat is wonderful, better than my Mercedes B EV. I was totally mesmerized by the adaptive cruise control which grinds the car to a halt when traffic stops. The regen paddles are on the wheel, not on the steering column (great) but they feel a bit plasticky and so do the steering wheel buttons The active lane keep assistant; wow, a first for me. I took my hands off the wheel a few times just to test the reaction and the wheel turns by itself when there is a slight bend in the road! I got told off by the car, though, to keep my hands on the wheel. I am ready to order, full option except for the sunroof and in Pluto brown. Delivery at the end of 2019. €45K minus 50% of the 21% VAT for company cars = €41K. No driving tax, no tax on entry into service. I am in!

      about 2 months ago
    • Robert Keosheyan
      Robert Keosheyan

      Please keep doing these! This is the most useful EV car video I've seen so far. Didn't mind the length (watched at 1.5x speed). Great job.

      about 2 months ago
    • E. Y
      E. Y

      Kona from Canada, interior dome lights are all LED

      about 2 months ago
    • Jerry Mary
      Jerry Mary

      Great review of all the details of both vehicles. I am looking at both of these. Thank you.

      about 2 months ago
    • cutehumor
      cutehumor

      I would love to get a Hyundai Kona EV in USA, but Hyundai won't sell them here in Tennessee for some reason. My only option is the Nissan Leaf EV. Nissan USA Headquarters is in Tennessee, where I live is 5 miles from my house. we have Two Tesla dealerships, but Tesla is too expensive for me. I do have hope because the VW ID electric vehicles will be made in Tennessee, I may have to wait a few more years.

      about 2 months ago
    • aitor lee afonso regalado
      aitor lee afonso regalado

      Muchas gracias por el video. Soy de España (Islas Canarias) y hasta aquí se agradece el gran video que has echo. Estaba dudando de comprar estos dos coches pero al final por su gran capacidad, su envergadura y que tiene tomas de aire en las partes traseras, me decanto por el Kia E-NIRO.

      about 2 months ago