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2017 Hyundai Accent possibly spied in China

Images of what might be the next-generation Hyundai Accent surfaced online overnight. These photos were sent to and published by Autohome.com.cn, and show a production ready version of the new Hyundai Verna sedan, as the Accent is badged in China. The new Verna/Accent features more mature styling than the model currently in showrooms...

Hyundai adds Apple CarPlay to Accent, iMax and iLoad

UPDATE: In the case of the Accent, Hyundai has confirmed that vehicles eligible for a CarPlay upgrade are most easily identified by the absence of a CD player. Models with a CD player equipped were built before December 2015, and are not eligible for this upgrade. Hyundai Australia has expanded its growing rollout of Apple CarPlay connectivity, this time upgrading variants in the Accent, iMax and iLoad ranges...

2015 Hyundai Accent pricing and specifications

The Hyundai Accent light-car range has been repositioned with $2000 price cuts, as the company seeks to cover the loss of the outgoing i20 from within its remaining stable. Hyundai Australia announced a range of revisions to its “re-imagined, respecified and reinvigorated“ Accent line-up today, with the headline act being a reduction in the starting price to a Mazda 2-matching $14,990 plus on-road costs (down from $16,990)...

Hyundai Accent will get 'close to off-setting' i20 volume loss

Hyundai Australia is expecting that more aggressive pricing and a lift in sales of other models will counteract the departure of the i20 light car and the unavailability of the i10. In 2014 Hyundai sold 14,979 i20s compared to just 7,561 Accents, meaning the company will need to push its new entry vehicle aggressively if it intends to reclaim that marketshare with a more simplified single offering...

Hyundai i10 and i20 off the cards for Australia, cut-price Accent to become entry model

Hyundai Australia has confirmed that it will not sell the new-generation i10 or the new-generation i20 in this market. Hyundai claims it had been working towards offering those cars in Australia, but both the smaller i10 and larger i20 couldn't be sourced at a reasonable price to suit the market locally...

Hyundai Accent SR on sale from $18,990

The sporty Hyundai Accent SR hatch has joined the local division's updated city-car line-up. Previewed by a concept at last year's Sydney motor show, the new Accent SR is unique to the Australian market and becomes the third model in the car maker's SR sports range after the Volster SR Turbo and the recently launched i30 SR...

Hyundai Accent SR confirmed for Australia

The Hyundai Accent SR has been confirmed as the next vehicle to wear theKorean car maker's 'SR'performance moniker in Australia. Previously shown in concept form at the 2012 Sydney Motor Show, the Accent SR will become the third Hyundai model to benefit from the performance makeover, following the Veloster SR Turbo and the just-launched i30 SR...

Hyundai Accent SR concept previews sporty light hatch

The production-ready Hyundai Accent SR concept has been unveiled at the 2012 Sydney motor show, previewing a sporty addition to the Korean manufacturer's city-sized hatchback line-up. Destined to join the range in 2013 alongside the recently launched Veloster SR Turbo and the i30 SR that is also on display in concept form at the show, the Accent SR benefits from a more powerful engine and a number of styling and specification enhancements...

2012 Hyundai Accent CRDi: Australia's cheapest diesel

The Hyundai Accent CRDi is now on sale in Australia, assuming the title of the cheapest diesel-powered car in the country. The 1.6-litre CRDi turbo diesel engine is only available in the entry-level Active variant. The six-speed manual model is priced from $19,490 before on-roads, while the four-speed automatic model costs $21,490...

2011 Hyundai i20 price cut as Accent comes in, Getz goes out

The Hyundai i20 range is now cheaper and simpler in Australia following the introduction of the similarly sized and priced all-new Hyundai Accent and the discontinuation of the Hyundai Getz. The entry-level Hyundai i20 Active three-door manual is now available for $14,990 driveaway (until August 31), which represents a significant drop from its previous price of $15,490 before on-road costs...

Hyundai Accent, Lexus CT 200h, Toyota Rukus, Peugeot 508, Volvo V60 awarded five-star ANCAP safety rating

The Hyundai Accent, Toyota Rukus, Lexus CT 200h, Peugeot 508 and the Volvo V60 have all been awarded the maximum five-star safety rating by the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP). ANCAP Chair, Lauchlan McIntosh, said it was encouraging to see five-star result becoming the norm for vehicles sold in Australia...