One of the world"s most popular car brands, Hyundai introduced the three-door Accent to Australia in 2000, as a replacement for the hugely popular Hyundai Excel. Read More
Overall, the Hyundai Accent gets good reviews in Australia. Described as a small city car, it is more spacious than other comparable compact hatchbacks and sedans. It is also one of the cheapest cars of its kind on the market.
All Accent versions are front-wheel drive with two four-cylinder petrol engines available - a 1.4-litre for the entry-level Active and a more powerful 1.6-litre for the Accent SR and Sports. Since 2017, only the Sports is available in Australia.
Since 2015, all Accents have included a sound system with a radio, aux and USB inputs, Bluetooth functionality and audio streaming, and six speakers that are controlled from a 5.0-inch touchscreen.
Safety features include height adjustment for the driver"s seat and seatbelt reminders for all five seats, six airbags, anti-lock brakes and electronic stability control that assists in controlling a skidding or sliding car.
Both 1.4 litre and 1.6 litre engines are rated highly for fuel efficiency, even when compared to similar cars with smaller engines.
Known for its comfort, looks and manoeuvrability, the Hyundai Accent is an excellent choice for a compact car at a reasonable price. View our range of used Hyundai Accents today.