11 Hyundais Won’t Change at All in 2023, and It’s Killing the Low-Priced Accent

The 2023 Hyundai lineup will look a lot like the 2022 Hyundai lineup. The company said that in 2023 11 of its models will be carry-over models. That means they’re not changing at all. For 2023, Hyundai is killing the IONIQ HEV hybrid and plug-in PHEV models because it’s expanded its other electrified vehicle offerings.

What vehicles is Hyundai killing for 2023?

2022 Hyundia Accent | Hyundai

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Hyundai is discontinuing two vehicles. You won’t be able to buy the compact Accent anymore. The Accent was long known as the cheapest Hyundai you could buy and it started at about $17,000. Hyundai said that the Venue will now be its entry-level vehicle, with a starting price of about $19,000. Gone, too, for 2023 is the Veloster N. The N line of cars is Hyundai’s performance line. For 2023 the Elantra and Kona will get the N treatment.

Which 11 2023 Hyundai vehicles won’t change in 2023?

2022 Hyundai Santa Fe PHEV
Eleven of Hyundai’s vehicles won’t change at all in 2023, like the Santa Fe.

Hyundai said the models that will carry over unchanged into 2023 include:

  • Santa Fe (ICE, HEV, PHEV)
  • Tucson (ICE, HEV, PHEV)
  • Kona (ICE, EV)
  • Santa Cruz
  • Venue
  • NEXO Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle
  • IONIQ 5
  • Elantra (ICE, HEV)
  • Elantra N
  • Sonata (ICE, HEV)
  • Sonata N Line

The 2023 Palisade is all new

2023 Hyundai Palisade XRT off-roading. The Palisade is getting a huge update in 2023.
2023 Hyundai Palisade XRT | Hyundai

The 2023 Hyundai Palisade update is a big deal. The Palisade has been one of Hyundai’s most successful SUVs since its 2018 release, so a lot is riding on the 2023 updates. However, it’s the same as the Kia Telluride which is also seeing a huge update. The new XRT Trim will show off the Palisades dirt moves this year.

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