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Mexico: Dogde (Hyundai) Attitude starting at 159.900 pesos.


Chrysler of Mexico was presented the new 2012 Dodge Attitude… wait a second, we see the Hyundai badge, right?. We aren’t kidding. For quite some time now, Dodge sold a rebadged version of the Hyundai Accent in Mexico under the Attitude moniker. (Hyundai as absent from the Mexican market).

The previous-generation Attitude was simply a rebadged version of the old Hyundai Accent sedan, but it appears, the 2012 model only changes the name. We got our first glimpse at the U.S.-spec Accent at the 2011 New York Auto Show earlier this year, and while our market will benefit from the functionality of the five-door hatchback configuration, the Dodge Attitude will only be available as a sedan. A Gamma engines are available, a 1.4-liter and a 1.6-liter, with 109 and 124 horsepower.

The recommended prices are:

  • 1.4i 16v 109 CV GL 159.900 pesos
  • 1.4i 16v 109 CV GLS. 194.900 pesos
  • 1.6i 16v 124 CV GL Aut. 186.900 pesos
  • 1.6i 16v 124 CV GLS Aut. 209.900 pesos
  • 1.6i 16v 124 CV GLS Sport Aut. 226.900 pesos
  • 1.6i 16v 124 CV GLS Sport Sun&Park Aut. 234.900 pesos

2012 Hyundai Accent (USA).

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  • Stering wheel.
  • Folding rear seat.
  • Radio CD with MP3.
  • USB.
  • Bluetooth.
  • Adjustable steering wheel.
  • Smoker’s package.
  • Air conditioning (only 1.6i 16v).


  • Air conditioning.
  • Alloy 15″ wheels.
  • Front fog lights.
  • Electric Windows.
  • Central Locking.
  • Electrically and Heat Adjustable Door Mirrors.
  • iPod connection.
  • Front Cabin Sunglasses Case.


  • Dual front Airbag.
  • Steering Wheel Mounted Audio Controls.
  • Bluetooth Streaming.


  • Electric sunroof.
  • Rear parking system.

Jose Antonio López

Passionated about Korean cars from Kia & Hyundai. Photographer. I love being in nature, hiking. Tech lover.

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