by wahadooo on Feb 27, 2010 Vehicle: 1995 Hyundai Accent 2dr Hatchback
I bought my car used as a emergency had to have a car as my old one died. I have been very happy since. It is great on mileage(38mpg). The timing belt broke while I was driving so since then I've had a new engine. I has 169,000 miles on it and it still hauls wood for my wood stove like a little pick up truck. The front has a few dents so when I nailed a deer with it I didn't really mind. I will definitely get another Hyundai when this one dies. But, I do need a truck too. either way, we will always have a Hyundai in our dooryard.
by Mary on Aug 23, 2005 Vehicle: 1995 Hyundai Accent 4dr Sedan
Don't have a blow out on the front tire, it will tear up your front bumper, your fender and if on drivers side can tear up your wiring harness which can cause the car to catch fire. Very dangerous how they put the wiring harness where they did and so close to the front tire. Great on Gas Milage, especially highway up to 40 mpg. City avg. 28 mpg. Would I buy this car again - NO WAY!!
by Traci on Feb 15, 2005 Vehicle: 1995 Hyundai Accent L 2dr Hatchback
I had purchased my 95 accent as my first car with 100 thousand miles already on it. I spent a grand on it and I probably put about 500 into it total over the span of 2 years. With almost 60 thousand miles added I only had one problem, a screw bent in the clutch. I trusted the car with my life and I now have a 2004 hyundai accent and I am constantly comparing it to my old car. I recommend this car for anyone who wants a cheap car to get around. The only problem was the crank windows, nothing a little elbow grease couldn't handle though, I was buff at the end of the 2 years.
by micqn on Feb 1, 2005 Vehicle: 1995 Hyundai Accent 4dr Sedan
I used to make fun of my little Accent but not any more! This car has been the most reliable car I have owned and it doesn't cost a lot to maintain. The engine had to be replaced but I did that myself, the paint is still in excellent shape, the car overall is a great little car. I am able to get about 325 MPGmiles on a full tank of gas around town and nearly 375 MPG on the freeway cruising at 65 MPH. This equates to filling the car up every two weeks. The tires are very inexpensive when needed, oil changes are a cinch, basic maintenance is nearly obsolete. The car takes very good care of me hence I take very good care of it.
by izzy85 on Jan 3, 2004 Vehicle: 1995 Hyundai Accent 4dr Sedan
This is my first car and it has proved
to be a good one. I love how tight it
takes corners and easily fits into
cramped spaces. When I first purchased
it it would run really slow and had a
hard time going from first to second
but I later found out I needed new
spark plugs and a new starter (cheap!)
So now with the regular maint. she runs
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