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 geewiz26 on Sep 15, 2002 Vehicle: 1995 Hyundai Accent L 2dr Hatchback
Great mileage. Had to replace the
alternator around 130,000. Replaced
clutch and transmission around 96,000,
but mine had only 75,000 warranty so I
paid, but it wasn't a lot of money.
MY window was sticky too, the more time
went on the harder it was to crank it
up, then finally it dropped inthe door,
but I took it to the local
windshield/glass store and they put it
back on the track for $25. Outside of
that no other problems with car. Paid
9475 for it, and have put about $1000
in it. Not including tires/brakes.
Have only had to put one set of brakes
onthe car and I have 147000 miles onthe
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