Hyundai vehicles are known for their high degree of reliability and quality design to start with. However, parts on a Hyundai can still break or have defects. Fortunately, Hyundai offers a suite of standard warranties on all new cars beginning in specific model years. Hyundai's factory warranties apply to all vehicles, regardless of the type of fuel they use. The automaker's warranties are also known for being some of the most competitive and comprehensive in the industry.
The Hyundai Motor Company officially entered the U.S. market in 1986 as Hyundai Motor America. Since then, this South Korean automotive brand has released a wide range of affordable passenger cars. Since 2005, the Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama plant has been the largest production facility operated by Hyundai Motor America. Located in Montgomery, this factory has been supporting thousands of regional jobs. Some models that have been assembled at this plant include Elantra, Sonata, and Santa Fe.
A long list of changes accompanies the Hyundai Kona in 2022. This year, the Kona has a fresh new look and an updated interior that is safer and more tech-savvy than ever. A new trim level joins the Kona lineup too, which is called the N Line. With the N Line comes a boost in power and performance with an exclusive turbo engine. Some higher-end luxury amenities also dress up the N Line's interior, including attractive cabin lighting. Every Kona comes with a more extensive touchscreen interface, as an eight-inch display screen replaces the seven-inch display that was previously standard.