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To get a discount on a new Hyundai Kona: https://autoexpert.com.au/contact Hyundai’s taken a bold step out of the conventional monochromatic automotive universe. They’ve presumptuously done a ‘Citroen’ and introduced actual vibrancy into the Kona range - 22 cumulative Kona colour combinations are available. There’s one called Tangerine Comet and the one depicted here, called appropriately, Acid Yellow, which is actually the shade of green halfway between liver failure, and the Incredible Hulk. And - if you want - some of those distinctive colours can follow you inside. But I’m not so sure I am passionately in love with these lime green seatbelts. One step too far, perhaps, on the ‘vibrancy’ front (in the direction of Kermit). But, you know - eye of the beholder. Thankfully, though, it’s only the ‘LSD flashback to the Sixties’ coloured lime-green Kona that gets the matching seatbelts. There are conservative options as well. The exterior styling is bold, too - it could almost be French. (Just talking about the styling. We wouldn’t want to inflict legendary French engineering on a vehicle such as this. Nobody deserves that.) On more objective grounds, there are three models - Active, Elite and Highlander - each with a choice two engines - a 2.0-litre atmo four with front drive and a six-speed auto, and a 1.6 turbo four with seven-speed dual-clutch and all-wheel drive. And we’ve seen both these powertrains before. Suspension’s a surprise, too - at least it’s a surprise if you equate SUV’s with being ponderous and uninspiring. Driving a Kona - especially the 1.6 turbo - is sporty and car-like. Hyundai Oz has a small team of magicians who develop a bespoke suspension and steering tune for our uniquely crap Australian roads. They are proving very talented at this. A space saver spare tyre is standard - and unfortunately, a full-sized spare doesn’t fit. I know they were working on a full-sized option, but that’s been given the official thumbs-down by the boys upstairs. You could probably dodgy one up - but the removable cargo floor would need to be raised to a non-factory degree. There’s no manual transmission. Plus, you don’t get adaptive cruise control on Highlander - despite having the radar sensor for the forward collision warning and autonomous emergency brake system. Despite having adaptive cruise available on i30 SR Premium (and the diesel Premium). And you don’t get a diesel. And there’s no panorama sunroof available. And there’s no integrated, stand-alone GPS. Let’s break down the Kona Range. Active, Elite and Highlander in ascending order. 16, 17 and 18-inch alloys, respectively. Easiest trainspotter’s guide to the variants: Active’s don’t get the contrasting roof. Elite has 20-spoke wheels and Highlanders get five spokes. If you want to spot the variants 50 metres out, I don’t know, lasering the right one for an airstrike, that’s how you do it. Let’s talk pricing, and this is BEFORE on-road costs. Here in ‘Straya it’s $24,500 for the base Active, and $28,000 for the Active 1.6T - and that adds the grunty engine, the dual-clutch transmission, and the all-wheel drive. There’s a comprehensive safety pack for the Active - it’s worthwhile. You get blind spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic detection, lane-keep assist and forward warning and auto emergency braking. That’s going to cost you another $1500. It’s another $4000 more for Elite, and another $4000 more for the Highlander. The range tops out at $36,000 for the Highlander 1.6 turbo. Premium paint is about $600 and the two-tone roof is about $300 on Elite and Highlander only. Servicing is dirt cheap - $259 a throw. Once every 12 months or 15,000km for the 2.0 atmo Kona, or 12 months or 10,000km for the 1.6T - remember, that’s time or distance, whichever occurs first. And there’s roadside assist for 10 years, plus a solid five-year warranty with unlimited kilometres. Active variants get the 7-inch tablet in the centre of the dash, rear camera, tyre pressure monitoring, auto headlights, cruise control, roof rails, rear parking sensors, plus Apple and Android phone integrations - and Bluetooth. Elite gets you a splash of leather, proximity key, climate air, privacy glass in the rear, fog lights, auto wipers, and a splash of carbon grey garnish. Highlander adds front parking sensors, LED lights front and rear, auto high beam, a head-up display, heated and ventilated front seats, a better instrument cluster, power adjustment for the front seats, a wireless phone charging pad, and a heated steering wheel. There’s no question Kona is a high quality compact SUV - and it’s a clear winner in this segment if you want performance. The 1.6 turbo sets itself apart nicely right there. Hyundai provides excellent customer support, too - which is very reassuring.
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So which is the best smart home platform? Do you go with the walled garden of Apple Home, the omnipresent Google Home or the vending machine-like Amazon Alexa? As of right now, Apple Home is the most polished smart home platform, followed by Alexa and then Google. I've spent $1000's of dollars in the last few months getting a gaggle of different smart home devices and this video is a result of my testing all those different devices on different smart home platforms. If you've been following the different Parts of this video, here's a handy TOC to help jump to the sections you haven't seen yet. - Hardware Setup: https://youtu.be/xOOVP23wP94?t=76 - Home Control Apps: https://youtu.be/xOOVP23wP94?t=364 - Smart Home Automations: https://youtu.be/xOOVP23wP94?t=463 - Data Privacy: https://youtu.be/xOOVP23wP94?t=647 - Security: https://youtu.be/xOOVP23wP94?t=758 - Remote access: https://youtu.be/xOOVP23wP94?t=933 - Voice control: https://youtu.be/xOOVP23wP94?t=984 - The Fundamental Problem: https://youtu.be/xOOVP23wP94?t=1203 Hardware Setup It takes 7 steps to install a device in Amazon Alexa, 6 steps in Google Home and 1 in Apple Home. In Apple Home, all you have to do is install the accessory is plug-in/install the accessory, goto the Home App and line up the HomeKit code. You don’t even need to install the manufacturers app to use the device. Apps & Automation When it comes to the app, from a smart home perspective, the Apple Home is better. Why? Because I don’t want to verbalize everything I want to do to my home. Apple Home allows me to control all the devices using Siri but you can also toggle them on/off in the Home App. You can’t do that with Amazon Alexa or Google Home, you have to use the manufacturer’s own app to toggle the device. When it comes to creating automations, the Apple Home again comes on top. Why? Because automations are baked directly into the app. I don’t need to sign up for another service like IFTTT and Stringify to make my devices talk to each other. Data privacy & Security The Amazon Alexa and Google Home are always listening. I have no idea what they are recording or not recording. It’s nice to know they are always there but there is a level of uncertainty of what they are actually doing. Apple Home encrypts everything. Your requests are encrypted. The data stored about your home is encrypted so it sounds like it would be harder for somebody to figure out what you’re asking Siri to do in your home. However, at the end of the day, if you don’t care much about your personal data, this isn’t going to be a big deal. When it comes to overall security, Apple again has the upper hand as they claim everything is encrypted. For Amazon’s and Google’s smart home setup, I have to rely heavily on 3rd party services who might not be as invested in protecting my information as Apple is. Remote Access Apple Home offers the best remote access. Everything runs through iCloud and the Home app. You don't have to deal with 3rd party services at all. With Amazon Alexa, you can verbally tell the AI to turn appliances on and off but it can’t handle queries about the status of the appliances. For me, the most awkward part is opening the Amazon shopping app in order to use Alexa. I can’t use Alexa in my Amazon Alexa app. Google Home gives you a big fat bagel for remote access. Voice Control For Voice Control, I personally prefer Alexa. Because it's more natural to give a command without saying "Hey" like you do with Siri. In my opinion, "Hey" is part of a question where A or B can happen. It feels like I'm giving Siri an option to disobey my command which is ridiculous. "Ok Google" is a problem on its own. Why? At least Amazon and Apple tried to give a personality to their AI. "Ok Google" is so bland and emotionless. "Ok Google" sounds awkward to me because I never use "Ok" as part of a sentence. I use "Ok" as an acknowledgement, not as a word to start a command with. The Fundamental Problem So here’s the fundamental problem with the current state of smart homes. In a nutshell, you can’t turn something “dumb” “smart” in one step. The majority of the appliances in our homes aren’t meant to be smart. I can buy all these gadgets to automate my house but at the end of the day my home isn’t going to be Jetson-esque. There’s a break in the entire smart home automation process. If you turn the lamp off, you can't turn on your smart light bulbs. To automate your kettle, you need to turn on your kettle first and plug it into a smart plug that's turned off. Do you see the break in logic? I am sure it will get better over time and I’m pointing this out because I want to ensure that you understand the limits of the smart homes right now. So if this video was helpful to you, give it a thumbs up and if you’re planning on getting some smart home gadgets, consider going through my links as it helps me makes future videos.
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