• Pricing starts at $36,450 plus $1,045 delivery
  • Eligible for $7,500 tax credit
  • Effective price less than $30,000
  • EV Range estimated at 258 miles

Hyundai has announced pricing for its electric version of the 2019 Kona subcompact crossover SUV, which puts the price below $30,000 after the federal $7,500 tax credit is applied. The Kona EV offers an estimated range of 258 miles on a single charge.

“Our new Kona Electric crossover is an exceptionally affordable, stylish and efficient compact electric CUV, tailored to the needs of customers who pursue eco-focused active lifestyles requiring generous range,” said Mike O’Brien, vice president of product for Hyundai Motor America. “We’re confident it will set new standards for the electric-propelled compact CUV segment, with outstanding value, range flexibility, appealing design, cutting-edge connectivity and class-leading available safety features.”

Other trim prices announced later

The base 2019 Hyundai Kona EV will start at $36,450 plus $1,045 delivery. When the federal $7,500 tax credit is applied, the cost is $29,995 including delivery. That pricing also excludes state and local rebates and incentives which could further drive down the price. And in certain markets like California, the Kona EV is eligible for HOV car pool lane access.

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The first models go on sale in California and will be rolled out into other states following California’s emission rules in Western and Northeastern states before eventually being rolled out nationally. Pricing for the higher trim levels have yet to be announced.

Where is the 2019 Hyundai Kona built?

Hyundai builds the 2019 Kona EV in Ulsan, South Korea.

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