New and Used Hyundai Accent for Sale Philippines | Hyundai Accent Price List
The impeccable combination of style, performance, and storage space shines through in the latest form of Hyundai’s signature Accent. The roomy subcompact of the Korean automaker is the perfect vehicle for transporting small groups of people and motoring within the city. People who have driven the latest Accent have taken note of the impressive power this car packs. The Hyundai Accent is the perfect ride for small families who want easier ways to get around as well as young professionals who want a reasonably-priced sedan that can perform and burn rubber on the highway. The 2015 hatchback and sedan models are properly equipped in terms of performance and comfort to ensure an exceptional drive through the city.
First introduced in 1994 as the replacement to the Excel, the Accent initially had two body designs – a four-door sedan and a five-door hatchback, both of which are five-seaters. Four major changes later, the Accent line now has four body chassis types: a two-door coupe, a three-door hatchback, a four-door sedan, and a five-door hatchback. Today, Hyundai is considered one of the top five car companies in the Philippines, and this is in no small part thanks to the remarkable success of the Hyundai Accent.
There are no major changes to the 2016 Hyundai Accent, as the vehicle underwent a major redesign in 2012 and continues to have healthy sales numbers. However, two trim levels have been renamed for a more consistent trim categorization across the line.
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Hyundai Accent Specs and Performance
The Hyundai Accent 2015 has different grades set with different features. The Accent E Class (1.6 E M/T Diesel, 1.4 E M/T, 1.4 E CVT for sedans, 1.6 E 6M/T Diesel and 1.6 E 4A/T Diesel for hatchbacks) is embellished with basic 4-spoke MDPS steering, ventilated disc/drum brakes, 5.5J x 14” steel wheels with full wheel caps, and 175/70 R14 tires. The S Class Accents (1.4 S M/T and 1.4 S CVT) use 4-spoke MDPS steering with tilt adjustment and audio controls, ventilated disc/solid disc brakes, 5.5J x 14” alloy wheels, and 175/70 R14 tires. The L Class Accent models (1.4 L CVT sedan and 1.6 L 4A/T Diesel hatch) are equipped with 4-spoke MDPS steering with tilt adjustment and audio controls, ventilated disc/solid disc brakes, 16” alloy wheels, and 195/90 tires. Both sedan and hatchback models of the Accent can carry 43 liters of fuel.
The powertrains of the Accent depend on the vehicle type. The gasoline units of the Accent carry a DOHC 16-valve Kappa Dual CVVT engine with a multi-point injection gasoline system that can hit 100ps/6000rpm of horsepower and 13.6kg-m/4000rpm of torque. The Hyundai Accent Diesel has a 1.6L U-II CRDi VGT engine with a common rail fuel system and 16-valve HLA that boasts 128ps/4000rpm of horsepower and 26.5kg-m/1900~2750rpm of torque. All of the Accent’s trims use MacPherson strut type with coil spring for the front suspension system coupled with Torsion Beam axles for the rear.
Hyundai Accent Fuel Consumption
The Hyundai Accent sedan and hatchback offer terrific fuel consumption rates, given the right driving conditions. Milers who want to make the most out of every peso they spend on gas can depend on the efficiency of the Accent.
New Hyundai Accent fuel consumption:
- Hyundai Accent 2016: 7.9 l/100km average rating
- Hyundai Accent 2015: 6.8 l/100km average rating
- Hyundai Accent 2014: 7.0 l/100km average rating
- Hyundai Accent 2013: 7.5 l/100km average rating
Second hand Hyundai Accent fuel consumption:
- Hyundai Accent 2012: 7.2 l/100km average rating
- Hyundai Accent 2011: 7.9 l/100km average rating
- Hyundai Accent 2010: 7.9 l/100km average rating
- Hyundai Accent 2009: 8.1 l/100km average rating
Hyundai Accent Features
Hyundai Accent Convenience and Entertainment Features
One of the Accent’s biggest draws is its affordability. You don’t have to spend a million in order to afford a comfortable car with various features and a consistent performance perfect for city driving. The Accent is also loved by cost-conscious drivers for its excellent fuel economy. Add to that, the Accent’s interior and cargo is so spacious that you can pack a lot more stuff inside it compared to other subcompacts on the market. But that’s not where the Accent’s benefits end. Additional features of the vehicle include:
- Computer trip system
- Steering wheel remote control
- Radio/CD/MP3/USB/AUX audio system
- 60/40 split fold rear seats
- Keyless entry
- Rear camera
Hyundai Accent Safety Features
Hyundai has equipped the Accent with numerous safety and security features such as:
- A more rigid outer shell
- Dual SRS airbags
- Anti-Lock Breaking System (ABS)
- Child lock system,
- Electronic Brakeforce Distribution
- Burglar alarm
Hyundai Accent Design
Hyundai Accent Interior
The interior of the Accent—whether in sedan or hatchback form—is designed to provide a roomy, ergonomic space. The Accent sedan’s interior color and trim can come in three colors (black, gray, and beige), while the hatch comes in two (black and gray). Nice interior touches to the vehicle include:
- Sliding armrest
- Deluxe console (for the 1.6L 4A/T hatch)
- Power windows, locks and side mirrors
- 60:40 split fold rear seats
- Up-and-down headrests
- LCD touchscreen with navigation function
Hyundai Accent Exterior
The Hyundai Accent 2015 is a head-turner with its fluid, modern exterior. Its smooth edges with touches like an upswept beltline and hexagonal grille make the Accent a marvel to look at. Other standard exterior features of the vehicle include:
- Bi-function projection Headlamps
- Front fog lamps
- Outside mirror repeaters
- Body-color door handles
- Choice of 14-inch and 16-inch alloy wheels
- “Fluidic Sculpture” design
Hyundai Accent Color Options
The Hyundai Accent comes in a range of color schemes for each of its body styles. The sedan comes in:
- Crystal Apple Green
- Veloster Red
- Phantom Black
- Crystal White
- Sleek Silver
The color choices for the hatchback version are:
- Veloster Red
- Sleek Silver
- White Crystal
Hyundai Accent Pros and Cons
Here are just some Hyundai Accent advantages and disadvantages:
Hyundai Accent Pros
- The Hyundai Accent is praised for its wonderful fuel efficiency that suits daily life.
- The affordability and cheap maintenance cost of the Hyundai Accent makes it a great choice.
- The generous cabin of the Hyundai Accent is well-equipped with plenty of features.
- The Hyundai Accent has a good reliability rating, good resale value and long warranty.
Hyundai Accent Cons
- Although many standard features are there, the Hyundai Accent has limited options.
- The lack of a navigation system/telematics makes the Accent less modern than rivals.
- Comparing the Hyundai Accent to competitors, the car has below average acceleration.
- The hatchback version of the Accent has limited visibility and no rearview camera.
Hyundai Accent Price List in the Philippines
Its reasonably cheap price tag makes the Hyundai Accent sedan and hatch a favorite vehicle among taxi fleet owners, buyers of second hand cars for sale, and small families in the city. Below is a list of the prices to expect for a brand new or 2nd hand Hyundai Accent for sale:
New Hyundai Accent Price in the Philippines
Hyundai Accent 2016 price in the Philippines: P888,000
Hyundai Accent 2015 price in the Philippines: P648,000
Hyundai Accent 2014 price in the Philippines: P595,000
Hyundai Accent 2013 price in the Philippines: P570,000
Second Hand Hyundai Accent Price in the Philippines
Hyundai Accent 2012 price in the Philippines: P458,000
Hyundai Accent 2011 price in the Philippines: P398,000
Hyundai Accent 2010 price in the Philippines: P328,000
Hyundai Accent 2009 price in the Philippines: P270,000
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