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The Most Common Hyundai Accent Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Hyundai Accent. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the Accent

The Hyundai Accent is a subcompact car that aims to deliver great quality for an extremely low price. For the most part, the Accent achieves this rile, with great styling and expensive feeling accessories like heated seats. Although, a few key areas, such as the engine, do take away from the overall experience of the car.

Under the hood, this Hyundai is fitted with a 1.6 litre four-cylinder petrol engine, producing a modest 120 horsepower. This power is sent to the front wheels, and despite the lack of power, it’s actually pretty fun to drive. The Accent has a great personality, and it always feels ready to jump into corners at good speeds. The ride comfort is also very respectable, and you’ll only notice the biggest potholes on the road.

The biggest issue with the performance of the Accent is the lack of power. Reaching motorway speeds, accelerating, and even general driving can feel like too much for the Accent at times, and it can even be daunting to pull out of the driving lane.

Modern examples of this car are built on the same K2 platform as the Kia Rio and the Hyundai Venue.

The interior of the Accent is packed with tech but lacks legroom. Taller drivers and passengers may feel a little more uncomfortable than snug, and it can be a squeeze getting more than 2 passengers in the back. Despite this, the overall build quality is great, especially for a car of this price, and the minimalistic approach gives the Accent a nice elegance.

As for infotainment and technology, the Accent offers a lot of bang for your buck. Standard trims feature a 5-inch touchscreen with an instrument cluster featuring USB ports and auxiliary connection. There are also other great conveniences, such as heated seats and cruise control, which make the Accent that little more appealing to the everyday buyer.