For 2023, Hyundai makes a few changes to its existing model lineup, save for a refresh of its popular Palisade SUV. At the same time, Hyundai Motor Group is thinning the ranks of its non-SUV offerings, dropping the Accent subcompact sedan, Veloster 3-door hatchback, and Ioniq Hybrid/Ioniq PHEV (plug-in hybrid) 5-door hatchbacks from the lineup. Clearly, Hyundai is focusing on its electric vehicle (EV) lineup, as the all-electric Ioniq 6 sedan and Ioniq 7 large SUV are set to debut in a few months, joining the new 2022, fully electric Ioniq 5.
2023 Hyundai Sonata
With the 2023 model year rumoured to be Sonata s final year of production, Hyundai replaces the compact spare tire in the trunk with a tire-repair kit. Additionally, all trims benefit from a 10.25-inch infotainment touchscreen, and Hyundai replaces the solar roof of the Sonata Hybrid Limited with a conventional panoramic sunroof.
The release date of the new 2023 Hyundai Sonata and the 2023 Sonata Hybrid will likely be in late Summer/early Fall 2022. It will be available to buy at Hyundai dealerships throughout the United States and in various international markets.
the 2023 Sonata will likely cost slightly more than the 2022 Sonata. The starting price of the 2022 Sonata ranges from $24,150 MSRP for the SE trim up to $34,750 MSRP for the N Line Night Edition trim. Also, the starting price of the 2022 Sonata Hybrid ranges from $27,350 MSRP for the Blue trim up to $35,700 MSRP for the Limited trim.
2023 Hyundai Santa Fe
The Santa Fe is the smaller of Hyundai’s two midsize crossover SUV models. For 2022, a new plug-in hybrid model debuted; for 2023, changes are minimal. They include standard Highway Driving Assist and a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Dynamic Voice Recognition and over-the-air updates.
The 2023 Hyundai Santa Fe is a solid option for the compact crossover SUV segment, with its attractive design, many engine options, and a well-equipped interior. Also, it offers good value. Find out the release date, price, specs, and features of the 2023 Hyundai Santa Fe.
The 2023 Santa Fe will likely cost slightly more than the 2022 Santa Fe. The starting price of the 2022 Santa Fe ranges from $27,200 MSRP for the SE trim up to $46,010 MSRP for the PHEV Limited trim.
2023 Hyundai Elantra
Hyundai’s affordable and value-laden Elantra compact sedan, which offers a variety of trim levels and powertrains, including a hybrid, is essentially a carryover for 2023. The non-hybrid version comes in SE, SEL, sporty N Line, Limited, and performance-oriented N trims, while the Elantra Hybrid is available in Blue or Limited trim. The few changes to the 2023 Elantra include a larger 10.25-inch touchscreen for upper trims and the discontinuation of the manual transmission option for the N Line.
There will be no 2023 Hyundai Elantra GT (the hatchback was discontinued in 2020) or an Elantra Sport (discontinued in 2018) this year. However, the 2023 Hyundai Elantra Hybrid should be released at the same time as its gas-powered sibling.
Here are the price estimates for the new model
- 2023 Elantra SE: $20,500
- 2023 Elantra SEL: ~$22,000
- 2023 Elantra N Line: ~$27,000
- 2023 Elantra Limited: ~$26,400
2023 Hyundai Palisade
Palisade received a facelift for the 2023 Hyundai Palisade model year to give a more squared-off appearance. The roomy midsize Palisade SUV, which continues to sell like hotcakes, gets a mid-cycle refresh for 2023, sporting a new front fascia and bumper, headlights and DRLs, and wheels. You’ll also see some changes around the rear bumper.
Hyundai Palisade’s new look is enhanced by updated wheel designs and the cabin has received some new features. The Palisade’s instrument panel has a higher-resolution 12.0-inch infotainment display, a redesigned steering wheel, and updated upholstery options.
New features include a Wi-Fi hotspot, heated third-row seats, and a massaging driver’s seat. A rugged-looking XRT model joins the lineup and comes with 20-inch wheels, blacked-out exterior trim, and other design flourishes.
The starting price of the 2023 Hyundai Palisade ranges from $34,950 MSRP for the SE trim up to $48,900 MSRP for the Calligraphy trim.
2023 Hyundai Tucson
Hyundai introduced the fourth-generation Tucson including the first-ever Tucson Hybrid for 2022, so 2023 holds little chance for the compact SUV. Alterations include standard active safety features like a forward-collision warning with pedestrian and cyclist detection, intersection turn assistance, and adaptive cruise control across the entire Tucson lineup.
The new 2023 Hyundai Tucson offers three engine options: a 2.5-litre four-cylinder, a hybrid, and a plug-in hybrid. The 2.0L engine produces 187 horsepower, while the hybrid generates 226 horsepower. For the best possible performance, you can opt for the plug-in hybrid variant.
It doles out 261 horsepower. Also, the Tucson PHEV benefits from the ability to drive with electric-only power. It has an estimated electric driving range of 33 miles.
the 2023 Tucson will likely cost slightly more than the 2022 Tucson. The starting price of the 2022 Tucson ranges from $24,950 MSRP for the SE trim up to $43,200 MSRP for the Limited Plug-In Hybrid trim.
2023 Hyundai Venue
Hyundai’s most valuable car Venue, which holds the distinction of being the most affordable new SUV sold in America, now boasts a rear-seat reminder system for all trim levels. Also, a wireless phone charging pad is now standard on the Limited. That wraps up the changes for the 2023 model year for this little runabout.
Unfortunately, all-wheel drive is not available for the Venue, for all models come equipped with a front-wheel drive system. Also, the Venue is not rated for towing. On the efficiency front, it gets estimated gas mileage of up to 29 city/33 highway mpg.
All 2023 Hyundai Venue crossover SUV models feature a 1.6-litre four-cylinder engine, which generates 121 horsepower and 113 lb-ft of torque. The engine is mated to a continuously variable transmission (CVT).
The 2023 Venue will likely cost slightly more than the 2022 Venue — but continue to be the cheapest SUV available in the U.S. The starting price of the 2022 Venue is $19,000 MSRP for the SE trim, $20,750 MSRP for the SEL trim, and $22,250 MSRP for the Limited trim.
2023 Hyundai Santa Cruz
There’s no arguing that pickup trucks are some of the most capable and versatile vehicles for a variety of people. The problem is, that trucks have been getting bigger with every passing generation, and even today’s midsize pickups are almost as big as full-size trucks were a few decades ago.
There’s a new breed of small trucks, and the 2023 Hyundai Santa Cruz is leading the charge for those who desire improved fuel economy, a more affordable price and easier manoeuvrability.
The starting price of the 2022 Santa Cruz ranges from $24,440 MSRP for the 2.5L SE trim up to $40,170 MSRP for the 2.5T Limited trim.