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.