Do you like no frills motoring or do you need frills when you motor? Well, if you can't stand frills, then the 1995 Hyundai Accent is just for you.
Imagine you're at an international airport, laden with bags, and ready to throw them into a commodious trunk so that you can relax in the relative comfort of the cab's backseat.
Once upon a time Matt Hardigree made a stupid joke about the Chevy Sonic and got into a twitter argument with their PR person. When said PR guy challenged him to a race Matt agreed and, amazingly, he convinced Hyundai to loan us an Accent to take on the little Chevy.
Old and young people alike all say kids don't express themselves with cars anymore. This purple Hyundai Accent with murals of Rihanna on one side and Katy Perry on the other is here to prove them wrong. And for $2,500 it could be yours!
The new Hyundai Accent is more proof that the Korean automaker knows how to benchmark. When the Fit arrived in the U.S. it was a revelation: a cheap car that doesn't feel cheap. Now Hyundai's doing the exact same thing, only better.
This cool video created for the new Hyundai Accent may look like the played-out car commercial combination of a car driving through a cityscape mated to a futuristic-sounding track and filmed through a night vision-like filter. Except it's not.
Two men and a woman died early Thursday after the Hyundai Accent they were driving rammed the side of a New Jersey elementary school, with enough force to push the car onto its nose. Why the crash happened remains a mystery, but NBC's Today Show went so far as to speculate it was a possible "suicide pact."
Hyundai CEO John Krafcik faced Jalopnik readers today and took the opportunity to announce big news for the North American market: the five-door version of the much-improved new Accent's coming to the United States and "it'll kick the Fiesta's butt."
They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Some also claim that flattery will get you nowhere. If both adages are true, then today's WRX-aping Nice Price or Crack Pipe Hyundai isn't going anywhere.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, never short of tests, put six mini/microcars to the roof strength test. The result? If you have to, you might be better off rolling a Smart Fortwo than flipping an Aveo.