LAS VEGAS – The next-generation Hyundai Accent subcompact offers more power and is bigger than its predecessor, but also has better fuel efficiency, Hyundai says. “The No.1 most-important purchase reason for the subcompact class is fuel economy, more so than any segment in the industry,” says Brandon Ramirez, senior manager-product planning for Hyundai Motor America. Hyundai is not divulging U.S. sales targets for the new Accent, only saying it hopes to sell more annually than last ...
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