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Pics: Face lift Hyundai Sonata spotted in China

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Here are spy pics of the facelifted Hyunday Sonata 2013 spotted in China. At first glance you really dont notice any changes. However a careful observation will reveal the minute differences in the carTo start with, the grille is a wee bit different. It is more slanting than upright and hence there appears a little more distance between the horizontal bars. The chrome strip at the top is also thicker and because of the new setup, the Hyundai logo looks a little more prominent. The distinguishable change is the fog lamps which now get company of new Day Time Running LED-lights. The fog lamp housing is also bigger and the front bumper has also been modified to accommodate the changes. There is a slight difference to the air dam as well. To us, the lights also appear to be slightly refreshed and all these changes lend the new 2013 Sonata slightly meaner looks.

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i think the reason for a facelift is to create a buzz in the market, create more awareness about Sonata and attract more people towards showroom as Sonata (new one) is not even seen so ofter on the roads.

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When did Sonata ever felt any need for facelift, it is really fresh as every member is suggesting here. Also they just redone the bumpers which was really not required.

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