Korean-Specs 2013 Hyundai Accent Receives Subtle Facelift

By Hyundai-Blog

The Korean-market Hyundai Accent received a subtle facelift for the 2013 Model Year!

The light cosmetic update brings a revised set of headlamps featuring LED day time running lights, updated side mirrors with LED turn signals and a fresh choice of alloy wheel designs.

Inside, the updated Hyundai Accent hosts improved materials along with some new trim levels and color options, as well as better standard equipment.

Image1 Korean Specs 2013 Hyundai Accent Receives Subtle Facelift

New tech features, such as Hill Assist System, Vehicle Dynamic Control -VDC, fuel saving Idle/Stop And Go, navigation system and push-button start allow customers a more refined driving experience.

In South Korea, the 2013 Accent continues with the 1,4L Kappa engine and 1,6L GDI gasoline engines and a choice of manual or automatic transmission.

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3 Responses to Korean-Specs 2013 Hyundai Accent Receives Subtle Facelift

  1. Mobis21 says:

    Wouldn’t it have been more of an improvement if the refresh featured better fuel economy?

    So tired of reading about refreshes that bring nothing more than mere cosmetic flourishes with no savings to consumers at the pump.

    Come on Hyundai, you need to step it up another notch if you are going to be seen as an innovator rather than a follower of high technology.

  2. attaboy says:

    fuel saving Idle/Stop And Go, Nice for green house gas reduction

  3. attaboy says:

    and dont forget this : a start of an engine worth only 10 sec of idling so if your car is idle for more than 10 sec it is lost of energy and more green gas effect.

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