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About Hyundai Accent

Hyundai Accent, also known as Hyundai Verna in South Korea, is a subcompact car manufactured by South Korean automaker Hyundai since 1994. The first Hyundai Accent was introduced in 1994 to replace the Hyundai Excel for the 1995 model year. It is an exceptional car and was named as the most dependable subcompact car by J.D. Power and Associates in 2008. Up to today, Hyundai Accent has been produced for four generations.
At the 2005 New York International Auto Show, Hyundai introduced the third generation Accent (MC; 2005-2011). In United States, it was only available in GLS trim level for the sedan and was offered GS and SE trim levels for 3-door hatchback. During this generation, Hyundai Accent was powered by the 1.4 L, 1.6L inline 4-cylinder petrol engine and 1.5 L inline 4-cylinder diesel engine mated to 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmissions. Then the fourth generation Hyundai Accent (RB; 2010-present) did not debut at the Montreal Auto Show until January 2011 in North America. Still as sedan and hatchback, Hyundai Accent carries trim levels from previous generation. Now, the North American version Hyundai Accent adds an l.4 L and a 1.6 L inline 4-cylinder petrol engine. Available added transmissions were 6-speed manual and automatic transmission.

Hyundai Accent Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Hyundai Accent could not get away with the wearing process like any other vehicles, once wearing process starts, problems would come for it. In order to slow down this process, you have the need to know how to diagnose and solve problems on it in time:
First, premature clutch failure and transmission failure. According to Hyundai Accent owners, this is the most common problem they have met while driving. The signs of transmission failure include the indicator shows inaccurate gear readings; vehicle could not be turned off and could not go into gear at all. Difficulty shifting gears and grinding noises from underneath the vehicle are also indicating that the Accent bellhousing, Accent clutch fork, Accent shift cable, Accent transfer case seal need a thorough inspection.
Second, engine failure. Hyundai Accent drivers have complained that the engine performance decreased as accumulation of mileage. Specific symptoms include stalling, running roughly, misfiring, retarded ignition time so that sometimes inability to start. What's more, a continuous whining sound coming from the engine distracts their attention as well. Sometimes, owners have to add coolant more often as leaking coolant causing engine overheating. Oil filter, coolant reservoir cap or coolant reservoir, fuel filter, timing chain tensioner, timing chain, fuel pump and timing belt in your Hyundai Accent are all possible culprits; you are advised to get some professional checked for you.
At the same time, broken steering knuckle and faulty trailing arm bushing in Hyundai Accent could also cause suspension failure so that you lose control of your vehicle, which is extremely dangerous. You should keep them in order as well. Some daily used auto parts such as door lock cylinder, antenna mast, fog light and wiper blade and so on deserve same treatment.
Once confirming broken auto parts, get the new OEM Hyundai Accent auto parts to replace them is the best way to lengthen your vehicle's lifespan. Our website dedicates to offering lowest-priced genuine Hyundai Accent auto parts in the market. Backed by the manufacturer's warranty, all OEM Accent parts would fit your vehicle perfectly. Please enjoy your shopping here!