What our customers are saying about the Hyundai Accent
Sukhdeep - When I went to buy an import pre owned Hyundai Accent 1.4L I was told they were excellent cars, but they had one downfall: safety options in base trim. This forced me to buy one at a higher price, and it was a good decision as these cars are robust and value for money. Pros: Value for money and reliable. Cons: Safety options in base trim.
Asif - When it comes to buying used cars, I always go for entry level ones with a good price which lead me to a second hand Hyundai Accent 1.6 L. Fantastic little car that has everything I need however the inside is a little hard. Pros: Fuel economy and easy to maintain. Cons: Plastic inside is too hard.
Raju - Everything about the Accent is amazing. Parking in Dubai is easy; I can get in tight spaces, and the amount of fuel it consumes is fantastic. Pros: Parking, size and fuel. Cons: Slow.
Five reasons to buy a Hyundai Accent in Dubai, UAE
Thanks to its small nature, parking this Sedan will never be an issue.
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Much like other cars hailing from Asia, the Hyundai Accent holds excellent resale value not just in the UAE but overseas export markets as well.
Repairing the vehicle is incredibly easy as due to its popularity as parts are easily available.
Even though it’s an entry-level car, it's got typical Hyundai looks which give this model an edge over its rivals.
About the Hyundai Accent
Debuting in 1994, the entry level sedan has proved popular not just in the GCC but around the world. With all the necessary options to keep everyone coming back for more. It may have started off as a boring sedan, over the years, Hyundai continually enhanced its looks and interior options to keep the Accent fresh in the minds of those looking buy an entry-level car.
In the early 90's the Accent even took part in rally races around the world to prove its reliability which it has proven year after year and much like it's older brother, the Hyundai Elantra, over the years the budget sedan has won numerous awards around the world.
1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2000 Hyundai Accent
In its first generation, the cars like many others at the time to on a plain shape to blend in with the others. With nothing fantastic to look, the vehicle was still a hit in select regions with fabric seats, 13-inch rims on each corner and manual accessories. Higher trim levels have air conditioning, sunroof, radio tuner, powered antenna, rear spoiler and power steering.
These models are powered by an inline four-cylinder petrol engine with various displacements while hooked up to an automatic or manual gearbox and powering the front wheels.
1993 saw the Elantra receive a facelift which added the companies updated logo to the grille and reworked the front and rear ends.
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2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005 Hyundai Accent in Dubai, UAE
Entering its second generation, Hyundai redesigned the Accent most notably at the front end while the entire vehicle grew to accommodate larger loads and taller people. Accent’s of this generation are available as a sedan and hatchback with the coupe model being dropped.
Base models have fabric seats and manual accessories whereas upscale version such as the GLS has MP3 CD stereo system, powered accessories, fog lights and much more.
Powering all models is a choice of four-cylinder motor mated to either a manual or automatic transmission powering the front wheels.
Just before the generation came to an end, Hyundai reworked the vehicle's front end giving it an enhanced look that included the front grille and bumpers.
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2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 Hyundai Accent in Dubai, UAE
In its third generation, the Accent once again received a major redesign with a larger interior once again. Available in both sedan and hatchback forms, base level models receive heaps of features: six airbags, air conditioning, power steering and multi-speaker sound system with a CD player.
15-inch rims, anti-lock brakes, power accessories and central locking are available in higher trims. Minor refreshes popped up during these years only adding new features to the standard and optional list with new front grilles
Power is drawn from a four cylinder motor with varying displacements. Both the automatic and manual transmissions return for a few more years, and a newly added CVVT engine helped keep the Accent in check.
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2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 Hyundai Accent in Dubai UAE
In its fourth and current generation, the Hyundai Accent received yet another major overhaul which draws heavy inspiration from other Hyundai models including the Elantra. With the reworked exterior, sales for the Accent skyrocketed around the roll as it was not only reliable but decent looking too.
The cabin is enhanced as well with base models now only featured fabric seats, manual accessories and airbags whereas mid trim levels have the airbags and all plus media inputs, CD player and a multi-speaker setup. Higher tiers are known to come with Bluetooth, sunroof, keyless entry, 16-inch rims and ABS
In 2014, the Accent was given a minor facelift which raised the front end and various other parts of the front and back.
Available as a hatchback or sedan, the Accent is powered by either a 1.4 or 1.6-litre petrol engine mounted to either a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic gearbox.
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