Let's check out the variants of the Hyundai Accent

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The Accent is one of Hyundai’s best-selling vehicles in the Philippines, both in the brand-new and in the second-hand car market. Last year, the Hyundai Accent topped the brand’s sales figures with 5,349 units sold sitting next to the carmaker’s commercial vehicle, the H-100, and the shorter passenger car, the Reina.

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Hyundai-Accent-1

Its simplicity and practicality appealed to the Filipino people who often use it as a family car or an alternative source of income through TNVS companies.

Through the local arm of the South Korean automaker, Hyundai offers the Accent locally in six variants. Interested to know which among them fits your motoring (and budgetary) needs? Let’s check out their spec sheets below.

But before we begin, we’d like to point out that these variants share a lot of similarities. They do, however, differ in terms of transmission and airbag availability. That said, we’ll group them into two categories based on their engine model.

1.4 GL 6M/T and 1.4 GL 6A/T (with and without airbags)

Dimensions and Capacities

  • Fuel Capacity: 45-Liters

  • Overall Length: 4,440mm

  • Overall Width: 1,729mm

  • Overall Height: 1,475mm

  • Wheelbase: 2,600mm

  • Seating Capacity: Five

Powertrain

  • Engine Type: Kappa 1.4-liter MPI (Multi-Point Injection) Dual CVVT (Continuously Variable Valve Timing) (Euro 4)

  • Maximum Power: 98hp

  • Maximum Torque: 132Nm

  • Fuel Type: Gasoline

  • Transmission Type: Six-Speed Manual or Automatic Transmission (depending on variant)

  • Brakes Front: Ventilated Disc Brakes

  • Brakes Rear: Drum Brakes

  • Suspension Front: MacPherson Strut Type with Coil Spring

  • Suspension Rear: Coupled Torsion Beam Axle

  • Wheels: 15-inch Steel Rims with Full Wheel Cap

Exterior

  • Headlamp: Halogen

  • Outside Rearview Mirror: Body Color

Interior

  • Sunvisor: With Vanity Mirror (Driver and Passenger)

  • Rear Headrest: Equipped

  • Seat Back Pockets: Equipped

  • Front Map Lamps: Equipped

  • Central Door Locks: Equipped

  • Power Side Mirrors: Equipped

  • Power Windows: With (Driver: Auto Down)

  • Portable Ashtray: Equipped

  • Instrument Cluster: Conventional

  • Audio System: 3.8" LCD Display Radio + RDS

  • Connectivity: Aux and USB

  • Airconditioning: Manual with Rear Vents

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Safety

  • SRS Airbags: Driver and Passenger (depending on variant)

Pricing

1.4 GL 6M/T (without airbag)P790,000
1.4 GL 6M/T (with airbag)P838,000
1.4 GL 6A/T (without airbag)P838,000
1.4 GL 6A/T (with airbag)P890,000

1.6 CRDi GL 6M/T and 1.6 CRDi GL 6A/T

Dimensions and capacities

  • Fuel Capacity: 45-Liters

  • Overall Length: 4,440mm

  • Overall Width: 1,729mm

  • Overall Height: 1,475mm

  • Wheelbase: 2,600mm

  • Seating Capacity: Five

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hyundai-accent-2

Powertrain

  • Engine Type: U-II 1.6-liter CRDi VGT (Euro 4)

  • Maximum Power: 126hp

  • Maximum Torque: 259Nm

  • Fuel Type: Diesel

  • Transmission Type: Six-Speed Manual or Automatic Transmission (depending on variant)

  • Brakes Front: Ventilated Disc Brakes

  • Brakes Rear: Drum Brakes

  • Suspension Front: MacPherson Strut Type with Coil Spring

  • Suspension Rear: Coupled Torsion Beam Axle

  • Wheels: 15-inch Steel Rims with Full Wheel Cap

Exterior

  • Headlamp: Halogen

  • Outside Rearview Mirror: Body Color

Interior

  • Sunvisor: With Vanity Mirror (Driver and Passenger)

  • Rear Headrest: Equipped

  • Seat Back Pockets: Equipped

  • Front Map Lamps: Equipped

  • Central Door Locks: Equipped

  • Power Side Mirrors: Equipped

  • Power Windows: With (Driver: Auto Down)

  • Portable Ashtray: Equipped

  • Instrument Cluster: Conventional

  • Audio System: 3.8" LCD Display Radio + RDS

  • Connectivity: Aux and USB

  • Airconditioning: Manual with Rear Vents

Safety

  • SRS Airbags: Equipped (Driver and Passenger)

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hyundai-accent-4

Pricing

1.6 CRDi GL 6M/TP910,000
1.6 CRDi GL 6A/TP1,038,000

Photos from Hyundai

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