The South Korean based automaker Hyundai has recently announced the price list for the 2013 Accent model, for both sedan and hatchback versions, in the United States.
According to the car manufacturer, the 2013 Hyundai Accent has a starting price of 15,320 USD, 2,000 USD more than the 2012 Accent GLS. Hyundai says that most of the price increase is coming from the new equipment and especially from the Comfort Package, which is adding extra features such as satellite radio with six speakers, air conditioning, iPod / USB / Aux input jacks, powered and heated exterior mirrors, keyless entry, sunglass holder, passenger vanity mirror cover, cloth door inserts and that’s about all.
Moving on to the 2013 Hyundai Accent GS hatchback we find that the manual transmission version has increased to 15,570 USD, while the automatic variant costs an additional 1,200 USD, which is 100 USD more than the 2012 Accent GS. This version is still carrying the same equipment mentioned above. The 2013 Hyundai Accent SE top of the line is priced at 16,870 USD, $200 more than the 2012 model, but adding an automatic transmission can cost you $1,000 more, along with an extra $900 for the power sunroof.