2014 Hyundai Accent Car Service Workshop Repair Manual

2014 Hyundai Accent Car Service Workshop Repair Manual The Hyundai Accent is a solid choice in the subcompact class– which makes it much improved over past generations of the Korean automaker’s smallest cars. It’s a more traditional effort than some of the hatchbacks and sedans in the segment, with its big interior space a strong value, and predictable performance. But it’s also endowed with a more elegant look and a higher-grade interior, like most of the competition.

The Accent really made its ascent out of the small-car doldrums for 2012, when it was completely redesigned with some of the same ‘Fluidic Sculpture’ influences as other modern Hyundai models. Additionally, it was equipped better than ever, and given a heft helping of maturity that some models like the Fiat 500 and Ford Fiesta are arguably lacking. The Nissan Versa, Honda Fit, and Chevrolet Sonic are definite mainstream rivals, as is the nearly mechanically identical Kia Rio.

2014 Hyundai Accent Car Service Workshop Repair Manual

Versus all those models that reach for the middle of the market, and practical concerns, the Accent has a styling advantage– provided we’re talking about the five-door hatchback. While the four-door sedan is fine– perhaps a little homely– the five-door nails it, mixing the usual hatchback profile with the cues and details that have become Hyundai’s first real design statement. Inside, the design is simple, even elegant, and the combination of streamlined controls and nice low-gloss plastics gives it a lot of presence for the price.

The Accent accelerates, steers, and handles in an adequate, predictable way, although its performance is no standout. That said, its direct-injection 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine is quite fuel-stingy, and it mates well with either the manual gearbox, which has a light clutch, or the smooth-shifting six-speed automatic that includes a Sport mode and manual control.

2014 Hyundai Accent Car Service Workshop Repair Manual

While the Honda Fit might have the Accent beat by the numbers, the Hyundai Accent has a very comfortable, spacious interior for passengers– one of the best in its class, really. Even tall passengers will be able to get in and out easily and have enough headroom and legroom in the front seats. Back-seat space is also respectable for a car this size, and there’s plenty of space for smaller items, with bins and trays for smartphones, energy drinks, and toll change. You get a little more cargo space in sedans, with the seatbacks up, although you lose some of the hatch’s versatility.

2014-2015 Hyundai Accent Car Service Workshop Repair Manual
2014-2015 Hyundai Accent Car Service Workshop Repair Manual
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2014 Hyundai Accent Car Service Workshop Repair Manual

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