Hyundai Accent 1.3i 3dr Reviews
Product Type: Hyundai cars
Newest Review: ... switched to the right hand side, which is weird, but easy to get used to. I can drive multiple cars and still be used to ... more
Customer Hyundai Accent 1.3i 3dr Reviews (4)
by - written on 19/05/10 (Useful, 126 readings)
This car was sold to me by my dad, I was at 21 years of age and I got it for £1,000. It had 82,000 on the clock as it was used for long distance commuting. Its one of the 2002 51 plate accents. Time for my views, as more reviewers have said there are a few minor adjustments to the interiors. The indicators are switched to the right hand side, which is weird, but easy to get used to. I can drive multiple cars and still be used to this, plus its ALOT easier to use whilst turning. The accents are known for their bulbs to keep going. Within 2 years ive had to replace 3. Ive had my brake pads replaced, which is understandable and my MOT's seem to be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/09/09 (Useful, 72 readings)
My husband was given this car by his parents, who paid a grand total of £60 for it! (Don't ask me how they managed that.) He owned the car for 2 years, during which time I was learning to drive in it too. It is a fantastic car for first time drivers, I loved it so much that I am now looking to buy my own! - There is no power steering but I didn't find this a problem as the car is pretty light and easy to handle. - As other reviewers have mentioned, the indicators are on the other side to most cars. Once you get use to this it is actually easier, especially on roundabouts. - Parts for these cars are cheap and pretty easy to get hold of. If you service ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/03, updated on 04/03/05 (Useful, 382 readings)
The Hyundai Accent coupe is my first car and I was lucky enough to receive it for my 21st birthday in a deep red colour. It is a P reg, (6 years old) OK, we’ll start off with the bad points: 1) It has no power steering – it is quite heavy as it is not a small car and can be difficult to manoeuvre 2) It has no central locking and for a dippy blonde like me can mean leaving the doors open… 3) The indicator is on the wrong side - again, for a dippy blonde like me, I keep getting windscreen wipers instead of indicators, but I’m sure this is something I’ll get used to. So, good points: 1) It has no power ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/04/02, updated on 22/04/02
Dissapointed, Hyundai Dealership doesn't want to know!!! No reply from Hyundai Either! - Advantages: Fastish, Got Power Steering - Disadvantages: Rattles, Can't Get it In Gear, 3 RAC Call outs
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