Background, features, pricing, and specifications for the 2005 Hyundai Accent compact coupe and sedan.
For those needing an economical car with a lot of value, the Hyundai Accent is a good alternative to the usual mainstream, compact cars on the market today. It is available in either a hatchback/coupe or sedan. The Accent replaced the Excel in 1995 and has improved the image of the car company's reliability problems. IntelliChoice regarded the Accent as having the lowest depreciation, fuel, operating, ownership, and repair costs. Hyundai cars are no longer considered unreliable due in part to the success of the Accent.
The only available engine is a 1.6-liter 4-cylinder that delivers 104-horsepower. EPA estimates are approximately 29-MPG in city streets and 34-MPG on the highway. Three trim levels are available: the GLS 3-door, GLS 4-door, and the sporty GT 3-door. Hyundai backs their cars up with 'America's Best Warranty' with their Advantage Program.
Base MSRP for the GLS 3-door start at $9,999 to $10,799 for the GT 3-door.
GLS 4-door adds:
GT 3-door adds:
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