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It has always been a value-for-money proposition
The story of the Hyundai Accent in the country, as told by Top Gear PH
The Hyundai Accent was first introduced in several offshore markets close to two decades ago as a replacement of the Excel. It was met with mixed reactions. The first generation, despite receiving a relatively low Euro NCAP rating, was also rated as
Here's why the hatchback resonates with car buyers
The Hyundai Accent subcompact hatchback  has legions of fans. Before we talk about the reasons why, let's see what Top Gear PH has said about this body type and variant through the years.March 2013May 2013 April 2014August 2017The VerdictLet'
Don't go overboard
Hi, Sir Botchi! I currently own a 2017 Hyundai Accent E with a gasoline engine. I'm planning to do some upgrades to add power to it. What would you suggest that I do with it?Thanks!Baxx Baxx,I've never
A subcompact shootout
In a past Spec-sheet brawl, we compared the new Volkswagen Santana to its fiercest rival: the best-selling Toyota Vios. For this fight, we're once again comparing the Santana to its other segment competitors. It may be the era of
With a diesel please
Hyundai Asia Resources Inc., please bring in the all-new Accent this year. There, we said it. Frankly, we've been hoping the latest iteration of the popular Korean subcompact would arrive since it was revealed early in 2017. It's almost
We hope we get this here
It's been a while since we've seen anything new regarding the PH-spec Hyundai Accent. The subcompact, a staple on city roads here, received a slight upgrade back in 2014. Since then, Japanese competitors like the Toyota Vios, Mazda 2,
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