Do Hyundai Accents hold their value?
A Hyundai Accent will depreciate 23% after 5 years and have a 5 year resale value of $17,416. The chart below shows the expected depreciation for the next 10 years. These results are for vehicles in good condition, averaging 12,000 miles per year.
Where is Hyundai Accent made?
The Accent was replaced in 2000 by the Hyundai Verna in South Korea, although most international markets, including the US, retained the “Accent” name….
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Are Hyundai cars good quality?
Hyundai scored a 95.7% on the 2019 WhatCar reliability survey and is again ranked as a top 10 most-reliable global automaker.
Is Hyundai a good used car?
Hyundais make for great used cars. In fact, a CarMD study involving cars, trucks, and SUVs from 1996 to 2016 found that Hyundai models have the lowest repair costs for check engine light problems and was one of only three brands to place in the top 10 for lowest average repair cost and repair frequency.
What kind of car is a Hyundai Accent?
Hyundai Accent. The Hyundai Accent (Korean: 현대 엑센트), or Hyundai Verna (현대 베르나) in South Korea, is a subcompact car produced by Hyundai. In Australia, the first generation models carried over the Hyundai Excel name used by the Accent’s predecessor.
Does the 2022 Hyundai Accent have a new immobiliser?
Both the base SE and midrange SEL models of the Accent receive a new anti-theft immobilizer as standard for 2022. Sadly, the six-speed manual transmission has been dropped from the Accent’s lineup for 2022. Otherwise, the Accent carries over to the new year unchanged.
How safe is the Hyundai Accent?
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has only given the Accent a four-star safety rating, but the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety named it a Top Safety Pick. Automated emergency braking and forward-collision warning are optional driver-assistance features not offered on many of the Accent’s rivals.
How does the Hyundai Accent compare to the Hyundai Rio and fit?
Despite its sedan body and a smaller amount of cargo space with the rear seats in use, the Accent had room for more of our carry-on cases than did its more practically shaped hatchback Rio. In fact, with its rear seats folded, the Accent held just two fewer cases than the especially spacious Fit.