Driving a car to get to and from your destination is one of the comfortable ways to travel during this time. Aside from limiting your exposure to the coronavirus, it’s relatively more convenient to go around the metro onboard your personal vehicle.
Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) knows exactly this need among Filipinos, hence it offers the efficient Hyundai Accent sedan with zero down payment and Php 16,000 monthly amortization for 60 months. This is applicable for the base 1.4 GL MT w/o SRS variant.
HARI's MerrygaLOW Holiday promo for December 2020
For those who want to pay in cash, they can benefit from a Php 160,000 cash discount for the Accent MT variants and Php 140,000 cash discount for the Accent AT variants. Of note, this promo, which HARI calls the MerrygaLOW Holiday promo, will run until December 31, 2020 only.
The Hyundai Accent is a sedan designed to come with striking exterior details and a good fuel consumption rating. Based on Hyundai’s internal tests, the Accent has a fuel consumption rated at 29.4 kilometers per liter, a number that is said to be above the average in its segment.
The 2020 Hyundai Accent sedan
The optimum fuel efficiency is brought by the Accent’s two engine options. The first option is the 1.4 MPi gasoline engine capable of making 99 hp and 132 Nm of torque.
And the other option is a larger 1.6 CRDi diesel engine capable of making 126 hp and 260 Nm of torque. Both the engines can be paired to either a 6-speed manual transmission or a 6-speed automatic transmission.
Due to the threats of the ongoing health crisis, HARI encourages valued customers to head over its Hyundai Online Market Experience (HOME) page. Here, Hyundai customers can have a showroom-like experience at the comfort of their homes.
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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previous iterations, the current Accent is no longer assembled and sold in Hyundai’s home market of South Korea, having been replaced by the Venue crossover in 2019.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>