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2015 Hyundai Accent CRDI AT

Metro Manila, Pasig


Automatic Certified Seller 42,000 km

2017 Hyundai Accent AT

Metro Manila, Pasig


Automatic Certified Seller 22,000 km

Hyundai Tucson 2015 GLS Automatic

Metro Manila, Las Piñas


Automatic Certified Seller 50,000 km

2019 Hyundai Kona 2.0 GLS AT

Metro Manila, Pasig


Automatic Certified Seller 6,000 km

Hyundai Elantra 2013 Automatic

Metro Manila, Las Piñas


Automatic Certified Seller 60,000 km

2018 Hyundai H-100

Laguna, Biñan


Manual Verified Contact 31,000 km

Hyundai Grand Starex 2011 VGT Gold Automatic

Metro Manila, Las Piñas


Automatic Certified Seller 70,000 km

Hyundai Accent 2015 Manual CRDI

Metro Manila, Las Piñas


Manual Certified Seller 40,000 km


Metro Manila, Las Piñas


Automatic Certified Seller 68,000 km


Metro Manila, Las Piñas


Automatic Certified Seller 41,000 km

Hyundai Eon 2016 Manual

Metro Manila, Marikina


Manual Certified Seller 30,000 km

Hyundai Accent 2018 AT

Metro Manila, Marikina


Automatic Certified Seller 18,000 km

2019 Hyundai H-100 2.5L CRDi M/T

Metro Manila, Marikina


Manual Certified Seller 10,000 km

2016 Hyundai Accent CRDI M/T Diesel

Metro Manila, Marikina


Manual Certified Seller 45,000 km

2017 Hyundai Elantra 1.6L A/T Gas

Metro Manila, Marikina


Automatic Certified Seller 23,000 km

2019 Hyundai Kona GLS 2.0L Gas

Metro Manila, Marikina


Automatic Certified Seller 2,000 km

Almost New Low Mileage Factory Plastic Intact 2015 Hyundai H100 MT

Metro Manila, Quezon City


Manual Certified Seller 14,000 km


Metro Manila, Las Piñas


Automatic Certified Seller 44,000 km

Take some time to write down what you want from a car: How many people does it need to sit? Would you like it to be small or large? Are there certain features that you feel you can’t live without?

1. Hyundai second - hand cars for sale in the Philippines: Overview

Hyundai cars are distributed here in the Philippines by Hyundai Asia Resources Inc. or HARI which provides the Philippines with very economical sedans like the Reina, the Elantra, the very popular Accent. They also distribute some interesting SUVs like the Santa Fe, the Tucson and even a van called the Grand Starex. Aside from those, Hyundai also sells commercial vehicles which are every bit as practical as those from the competition. 

From all those kinds of vehicles sold by Hyundai, it is evident that their market share here in the Philippines has indeed grown. In a much larger viewpoint, Hyundai has a global market share at 34% and one of the biggest of those chunks actually come from here in the Philippines. This is evident as Hyundai vehicles indeed have become a common sight on our roads nowadays.

Here on and on the 2nd hand car market in general, Hyundai also has equally numerous listings. This means, that their cars are indeed very easily accessible, popular, and most of all affordable.

For a pre-owned Hyundai vehicle, for example, a used, 2018 Accent, one would usually pay about Php 400,000. That’s about 40% off of the price of a current year brand new Accent. That’s about Php 300,000 worth of money saved if you would buy a used Hyundai vehicle.

2. Best Hyundai 2nd hand cars to buy by budget

Model Brief review
Best Hyundai cars below P70k

Hyundai Elantra 1996 - 2000

Hyundai Elantra 1996 - 2000
+ The Hyundai Elantra from these model years have a surprisingly zippy engine and as expected, a comfortable spacious cabin.
- The refinement and build quality of Hyundai vehicles from this era tend to be on the poor side.

Hyundai Accent 2006

Hyundai Accent 2006

+ Not actually distributed officially here in the Philippines, the Euro-spec Hyundai Accent 2006 is economical to run and performs well.
- Parts for this model year of the Accent are a bit hard to find here in the Philippines.

Best Hyundai cars below P100k

Hyundai Starex 1999 - 2001

Hyundai Starex 1999 - 2001

+ Like the 2006 Accent, most of these are sold by surplus car dealers. Despite that, these model years of the Starex are reliable and spacious. There is actually quite a number of these here in the Philippines as such parts are abundant.
- Some exhibit sketchy conversions from right - hand drive to left - hand drive so watch out for those.

Hyundai Porter 1996 - 2000

Hyundai Porter 1996 - 2000

+ The Hyundai Porter is a discontinued Hyundai light commercial vehicle model which are commonly sold with a box van type configuration. If you want a cheap hauler, this might be a good choice.
- Being discontinued though might mean their parts are harder to find.

Best Hyundai cars below P200k

Hyundai Getz 2005 - 2011

Hyundai Getz 2005 - 2011

+ These small, compact vehicles are perfect for city driving due to their small, easy to park dimensions.
- Most Getz units from these model years have no airbags and their interiors are rather barebones.

Hyundai Matrix 2003 - 2007

Hyundai Matrix 2003 - 2007

+ These are small MPV/minivans that have excellent visibility and some models are equipped with a reliable diesel engine.
- Most models from these years lack safety equipment and the gasoline versions could use more power.

Best Hyundai cars below P300k

Hyundai Accent 2006 - 2010

Hyundai Accent 2006 - 2010

+ Accent models from these years are commonly seen to have a surprisingly powerful (130 Hp) diesel engine.
- It’s handling lacks responsiveness as such can sometimes result in a boring drive.

Hyundai i10 2008 - 2010

Hyundai i10 2008 - 2010

+ While being a small, easy to park subcompact car, the i10 still has plenty of space.
- Some cheaper variants lack safety gear.

Best Hyundai cars below P500k

Hyundai Accent 2016 - 2018

Hyundai Accent 2016 - 2018

+ While its diesel versions are just about as powerful as the earlier Accent models, these model year’s Accent’s styling is much appealing to more people.
+ It also has decent space inside for its passengers as well as cargo space.
- There are some parts however with the interior that Hyundai skimped on a little bit.

Hyundai Tucson 2012 - 2015

Hyundai Tucson 2012 - 2015

+ These years' Tucson models are equipped with loads of features plus a decently powerful diesel engine.
- There are spots here and there in the vehicle’s interior where quality is poor.

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3. Best Hyundai 2nd hand cars to buy by fuel consumption

No. Model Average fuel consumption
 1 Used Hyundai Accent Sedan 29.41 km/L (diesel version)
 2 Used Hyundai Accent Hatchback 25.64 km/L
 3 Used Hyundai Tucson 24.80 km/L
 4 Used Hyundai Elantra 27.83 Km/L
 5 Used Hyundai Santa Fe 22.76 km/L

4. The Best Hyundai 7 seater vehicles fit for a family

 No. Model Brief review 
 1 Used Hyundai Grand Starex + The Grand Starex has a massive interior cabin that can fit up to 10 people. This is ideal for large families who want to get from point A to B in relative comfort in one go.
+ Also, the diesel versions of the Starex can be quite peppy.
- The infotainment system can be improved.
The Grand Starex competes with the likes of the Toyota Hiace.
 2 Used Hyundai Santa Fe + The current version of the Santa Fe crossover SUV looks really stylish with its hypermodern Hyundai design cues.
+ It can sit up to seven people rather comfortably.
- Like the Starex though, some of its interior features can use a bit of improvement.
The Santa Fe shares its market segment with the Honda BR-V and the Toyota Rav4.

5. Top reasons to go for a Hyundai second-hand car

While still not having as large a market share as Honda and Toyota, Hyundai as of recent times has actually been on the rise. In fact, their newer models have become noticeably more durable, more stylish and most importantly, much available especially in the second-hand car market.

If one would like to take a look at our listings for pre-owned Hyundai vehicles, one would definitely notice the abundance you could choose from. The most numerous are listings of the ever popular Hyundai Accent which is now known to be very durable and practical to own.

Due to their rising popularity, related after-sales services for Hyundai cars here in the Philippines have matured and have become more accessible and effective. One could also note that there is also an emerging following in the form of model specific car clubs for Hyundai vehicles here in the country which means that the availability of spare or aftermarket parts have also grown.

Another important reason as to why you would want a used Hyundai model is their impressive fuel economy. As listed above, Hyundai’s cars are very economical to run which is excellent especially if you live in an area that sees a lot of traffic.

Find the nearest used cars dealerships or browse through our car listing pages to get the best deal now!


Hyundai Accent 2006 is economical to run

Hyundai Elantra 2000 have a surprisingly zippy engine

Hyundai Porter 2000 is a cheap hauler