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HYUNDAI’S signature hexagonal grille dominates the front fascia.
AN UPSWEPT beltline and fluidic sculpture mark the Accent hatch as a Hyundai.
THE TORQUEY 1.6-liter CRDi VGT engine offers strong pulling power.
INSIDE, a Y-shaped dashboard design, metallic splashes on matte black.
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