Hyundai’s Sonata overhaul has been well-received by critics and customers, and the next-gen Elantra looks set to move the magic to the C-segment. But what of the Accent? If there’s a vehicle left in Hyundai’s lineup that recalls the bad old days of Hyundai’s bargain-basement past, it’s the current sub-$10k base price Accent. Of course, that’s all about to change, as a new Accent is hitting the roads in Korea… and like most of Hyundai’s new product, it looks like a huge step up from its predecessor. TTAC’s man in Korea, Walter Foreman, was kind enough to send in this mega-dump of over 80 images of the new Accent, noting
The car is 172 inches in length with a 101.2 inch wheelbase and a height of 57.3 inches. No news on the claimed curb weight yet.The 1.4 liter engine is rated at 108 hp and 37.8 mpg with the 5-speed auto and 42.3 with the 6-speed manual [all mpg numbers on Korean test cycle].The 1.6 liter engine is rated at 140 hp and 39.3 mpg with the 6-speed auto and 42.8 with the 6-speed manual.