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Old 12-11-2021, 04:56 PM   #76
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I agree; before the pandemic, it would have been easier to find and purchase a CTR than a Veloster N.
I think Kona N will be just as hard to come by.

I just realized one interesting thing about the Kona though: Kona N is the only FWD Kona with a multilink rear setup.
The regular FWD Kona uses a torsion beam while the AWD Kona uses a multilink setup.
Pretty sure it's the same with Elantra; the pedestrian spec Elantras get a torsion beam, but the N-Line and the N models get the multi-link rear.
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Pretty sure it's the same with Elantra; the pedestrian spec Elantras get a torsion beam, but the N-Line and the N models get the multi-link rear.
Didn't VW do that with the Jetta vs GLI too?
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Old 04-30-2022, 11:48 AM   #78
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Great review as always from the Geese
Watch ALL the way to the end....Savage......


the last Geese Hyundai review......
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