The 2021 Hyundai Accent has some of the most impressive gas mileage numbers without being a hybrid and a long list of features at a low price point.
Boasting of fuel-efficiency and being one of the most affordable sedans, the 2020 Hyundai Accent is more powerful and efficient than its 2019 model.
The Accent sets the standard for features, available options and bumper-to-bumper warranty in an entry-level automobile.
Hyundai’s Accent offers a surprising amount of standard features for an entry-level vehicle.
The economical and compact Hyundai Accent won’t break your budget and offers a comfortable ride that has more features and amenities than you might expect.
The compact Hyundai Accent remains one of the best-selling entry-level cars in the U.S. due to its long list of features and lengthy bumper-to-bumper warranty
Available as a hatchback or sedan, the subcompact 2014 Hyundai Accent is a stylish, high-value vehicle ideal for budget-minded drivers.
Slightly revised for 2013, the Hyundai Accent is a subcompact car available in sedan and hatchback trim levels.
A subcompact car available in sedan and hatchback trim levels, the 2012 Hyundai Accent is a subcompact car capable of 37 miles per gallon.
Existing in the present automotive market as an ultra-affordable economy car, 2011 Hyundai Accent comes in either a three-door hatchback or four-door sedan.
The 2010 Hyundai Accent is an affordable compact car that seats five passengers, gets well over 30 mpg on the highway, and is available as a sedan or a hatchback.
Economical and compact, the 2009 Hyundai Accent is available as a three-door hatchback or a four-door sedan that gets great fuel economy, making it popular choice for entry-level buyers who require affordability.
Hyundai's smallest car, the 2008 Hyundai Accent represents a strong value with new available features, improved quality, and excellent economy.
The 2007 Hyundai Accent, an affordable compact car with seating for five, has been redesigned and is available as a sedan or the all-new hatchback.
Totally restyled for the new year, the 2006 Hyundai Accent is a compact sedan that is affordably priced and fuel-efficient.
Redesigned for the new year, the 2005 Hyundai Accent is an entry-level compact car available as a coupe or sedan, both of which seat five passengers.
A subcompact entry-level car, the 2004 Hyundai Accent is available as a three-door hatchback or a four-door sedan with an EPA estimated fuel-economy rating of 26 mpg in the city and 35 mph on the highway.
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Immediately billed as an affordable subcompact, the Hyundai Accent was introduced to the marketplace in 1995. For much of its time on the market, practicality and one of the lowest new car purchase prices year-to-year gave the Accent notoriety. Offered as a three-door hatchback or a four-door sedan, the Accent was powered by a small 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine. Proving economical in many senses, the 1998 model year version of the Hyundai subcompact featured dual airbags and a stereo system featuring a cassette player. For 2000, the Accent received a minor design revision consisting of a longer appearance and a more detailed front grille. A 92-horsepower 1.5-liter engine on the revised 2000 Hyundai Accent allowed the vehicle to achieve average fuel economy of 32 miles per gallon.
For 2001, power for the Accent was bumped up to 104 horsepower when a 1.6-liter powerplant was added for the hatchback GS and the sedan GL model. For 2004, the three-door hatchback model of the Accent was dressed up with a new GT package. The 2005 Accent GT model included a stiffer, firmer suspension, aluminum alloy wheels and an enhanced interior with leather-wrapped steering wheel. A revised Hyundai Accent arrived in 2006 once again growing in length. Offered solely as a sedan, the 2006 model year Hyundai Accent was placed on a 98.4-inch wheelbase powered by a new 1.6-liter engine featuring CVVT (Continuously Variable Valve Timing).
For 2007, the three-door hatchback model of the Accent returned to the Hyundai line-up for the United States market. For 2011, the base model of the Accent could be purchased just under $10,000 becoming one of the only new cars sold in the United States at that level. A redesign of the Accent for the 2012 model year gave the subcompact a more sophisticated look and featured the availability of a 138-horsepower, direct-injected, 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine.