Forayed into Indian market at the end of last year, now the Hyundai Accent 2017 (dubbed Hyundai Verna in India) has become one of the most favorite sedans in the country. The proof is that for less than one year, Hyundai India has accepted more than 20,000 bookings for the 2017 Accent.
The Hyundai Accent 2017 has become one of the most favorite sedans in India
At the moment, the Accent is pegged from INR 7,99,990 - 12,87,990 (P633,671 – P1,020,216). However, according to latest car news from the manufacturer, it is planning to raise the Hyundai Accent 2017 price due to the increase in customer demand.
The next-gen Hyundai Accent is completely new compared to the last version
The next-gen Accent is completely new compared to the previous Hyundai Accent version. Measuring 4,440 mm in length, 1,729 mm in width, 1,475 mm in height and a 2,600 mm wheelbase, the sedan is currently bigger and as a result, boosts a roomier luggage trunk of 387 liters.
The vehicle also comes with a plethora of upgrades
In addition, the vehicle also comes with a plethora of upgrades including projector headlights with LED daytime running lights, LED taillights, 16-inch diamond-cut alloys, 7-inch touchscreen, automatic climate control and other infotainment features. Safety qualities consist of airbags system, ISOFIX child seat mounts, ABS, rear camera along with reverse parking sensors.
Concerning powertrain, the Hyundai Accent 2017 packs either a 1.6L Gamma Dual VTVT petrol or a 1.6L U2 CRDi diesel engine. The engines come aired to a 6-speed automatic transmission and a 6-speed manual.
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<p>The Accent is one of South Korean automaker Hyundai’s contenders in the Philippine subcompact sedan segment. Now on its fifth generation globally since 1994, the model has been marketed under different names in various markets. Since its initial release, the Accent has been offered in both sedan and hatchback configurations, with a choice of gasoline and diesel powertrains.</p> <p>Unlike its previous iterations, the current Accent is no longer assembled and sold in Hyundai’s home market of South Korea, having been replaced by the Venue crossover in 2019. </p>