If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, is my motto. But not Hyundai’s. The popular premium hatch from the Korean automaker gets its first facelift and with it, a few tweaks too. The first thing you’ll notice about it is that the whole front clip is different. The outgoing model was a decent looking car, but this one is definitely better. Though the changes are minimal, they do help the car look radically different from the outgoing model, especially thanks to the headlights, grille and front bumper assembly. The profile remains the same, while at the rear we have new tail-lamps and a new bumper cover.
Even on the inside, the changes are minimal – it was always loaded to start with. The addition of an armrest for the driver’s seat is something I found very comfortable on longer drives. You also get a Bluetooth-enabled audio system, steering mounted audio controls and a few new trim pieces here and there.
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