Now on its fifth iteration in the country, every Accent generation since 1996 has been improving in terms of fuel efficiency, comfort and style, defining what it has achieved this day.
With personal mobility becoming very challenging nowadays, personal transportation has become a necessity more than ever. Of course, your choice for your very own mode of transport must not undermine performance, safety, and style.
The package that the Hyundai Accent comes in provides all that and more.
The fifth generation Accent has an available 1.6-liter CRDi diesel engine mated to either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission. Such power mill can deliver 126 horsepower and around 260 Nm torque. Despite the numbers, the same engine can cover 29.4 kilometers per liter—based on internal tests.
Hyundai is never lenient in terms of the Hyundai Accent's safety. Look at it this way: this vehicle met the latest crash safety standards set by the USA’s National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration.
It also boasts a more solid structure thanks to the built-in 50 percent Advanced High-Strength Steel (AHSS) proprietary to Hyundai’s automotive technology. This is further complemented by a shell that is more protective yet lightweight.
When it comes to styling, the Hyundai Accent gives everyone a hint of what it can dish out. Created under Hyundai’s Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 design, the Accent sports defined lines and sculpted contours to indicate its athletic ability.
To learn more about the Hyundai Accent, visit https://www.hyundai.ph/cars/new-accent or the Hyundai Philippines Facebook Page. And to avoid unnecessary trips to the dealership and continue social distancing, interested buyers may request for a quote or apply for an auto loan at the Hyundai Online Market Experience (HOME) Page https://www.hyundai.ph/shop/HOME.
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