Hyundai has come up with important news: they will stop marketing models like Accent and Elantra.
Apparently, now the prices of the 2012 models vary between $12,000 and 16,000, but it will be very hard to find them at a local dealership. The explanation for this event is pretty simple and it is offered by one of Hyundai’s spokesmen, Miles Johnson.
He says that Hyundai ceased the production of these models because of limited supplies. Both dealerships and car buyers are less excited in buying them, so what is the point in producing them?
This is why, on their official website, the price of a fully equipped Accent (air conditioning, GLS trim,Comfort Equipment Package , iPod connectivity, 172-watt stereo system) raises to $14,195 while for an Elantra (cruise control, air conditioning and a tilt & telescoping steering wheel) you will have to pay $16,445.
Well, let’s hope that they will at least manage to lower the difference between advertised and real prices, right?