There are four trim levels - 'Advance', 'N Line', 'N Line S' and 'Ultimate'. Expect the most affordable mild hybrid 1.0T Kona to sit in the £26,000-£32,000 bracket, while the far more frugal full-Hybrid version, you'll need to think more in terms of prices somewhere in the £30,000 to £35,000 bracket. For the Kona Electric, budget from just under £35,000 to just over £43,000 and you should be in the right kind of ballpark.
Whatever version you choose, you should find it to be very well equipped. All variants get large alloy wheels with rims at least 18-inches in size, as well as roof rails and front and rear LED lights. Interior features include air conditioning, tinted glass, cruise control with a speed limiter and 'Apple CarPlay' and 'Android Auto 'smartphone-mirroring. But you'll need to buy in at the top of the range to get the sophisticated joined twin 12.3-inch dashboard screens that the brand makes so much of.
Safety features are well up to class standards, all models getting 'Forward Collision Avoidance with pedestrian detection', 'Lane Keep Assist', 'Driver Attention Alert' and the brand's clever 'Lane Follow Assist' and 'Leading Vehicle Departure Warning' alert systems. Plus there's Tyre Pressure Monitoring and an 'eCall' emergency button that'll activate automatically to inform the rescue services should any of the front, front side and curtain airbags inflate.