Hyundai Accent Parts & Accessories

Hyundai Accent Introduced in 1995, the Hyundai Accent replaced the Excel as the South Korean company's entry-level model, to compete against the other budget subcompacts. At first, Accent came only as a 4-door notchback sedan, but a 2-door hatchback was added the next summer. Three models went on sale: L hatchback (the lowest-priced Accent), and base versions of both the hatchback and the sedan. Accents used Hyundai's 1.5-liter 4-cylinder, Rated at 92 horsepower. A 5-speed manual transmission was standard and 4-speed automatic optional on all models except the L hatchback.

It has a nice peppy, smooth and quiet ride is pleasant and there is ample cargo space for a subcompact. It is hard to believe how many things come with it considering how much it goes for. Many standard features are provided for the drivers and the passengers comfort. Over all the Hyundai Accent is a sprightly sub-compact car which is very practical and could seat four adults comfortably, it could take you from point a to pint b very effectively and without any hassle. It has a very reasonable price tag and is a better value for its money compared to some others in its segment. Considering that it has been around for a decade, the Accent has provided practicality and sensibleness in a little package as an option for this country.

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