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2013 Hyundai Accent Consumer Discussions

2013 Hyundai Accent
long time hyundai owner I've had enough! I owned Accent, then Elantra, and then 2007 Azera Limited. When i bought My 2007 Azera was the last time I had normal somewhat pleasant experience. Always rec...

At the end of 2008, in the recession, one Hyundai dealer sold two Hyundai Accents for $14,000. I met two people who paid $8000 for their individual Accents. In late 2010, I fell in love with the 2011 ...

really hopeful for the future is we have a 2008 Accent with 110,000 miles with few problems, that 200,000 miles appears to be its future. Also have a 1988 Ford Festiva with 110,000 miles, which had ...

I have a 2013 Hyundai Accent with a manual tranny. When I am in reverse moving slowly it feels like the gear shift is stuck and the clutch in not engaging but the engine is revving. It is all I can...

Backy, Glad you were so impressed driving the 2012 Hyundai Accent GS. I think if you check both the interior and exterior measurements of the Accent and the 2012 Kia Rio5, I believe they measure up a...

with the 1.4L engine. The Sonata, Elantra, and Accent can and do eat their EPA in far easier manner than those two in particular....

is an option on the lowest trim level of the Accent. But not on the almost $29k 3.8 R-Spec Gen Coupe. If I really wanted a stripped-out track-only car without features that are considered basic in 20...

versions of Hyundai's Elantra, Sonata Hybrid, Accent, Azera, Genesis, Tucson, Veloster and Santa Fe models, as well as the Kia Sorrento, Rio, Soul, Sportage and Optima Hybrid....

Just bought a 2013 Hyundai Accent Hatchback SE (automatic) in Cyclone Gray last night from Araphaoe Hyundai in Centennial, CO. Price after dealer fees and $500 military rebate (veterans get it too) wa...

I'm interested in knowing what the MF and Residual value would be for a 2013 Accent SE with manual transmission, 12k miles a year....

I purchased a 2013 Hyundai Accent and am very happy with it, but when I first drove it at a higher rate of speed, it seemed to drift a bit and feels "squirrelly" and only in a particular spo...
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