The Hyundai Accent serves as the Korean brand's smallest car, after it dropped the popular but expensive i20 from the local roster in 2015.
It might be the cheapest, but it still benefits from Hyundai's localised suspension tuning program. The base model five seat, five-door Accent is available as either a hatch or sedan, and is powered by a 1.4-litre naturally aspirated four cylinder engine. You can pick either a six-speed manual gearbox or a continuously variable transmission (CVT).
Hyundai offered the Accent in a range of trims, starting from $12,888 for the Accent Sport to $21,730 for the Accent Sport, all were available as manual or auto. The Accent was discontinued from Australia by the end of 2019, and was replaced by the Venue small SUV.
This vehicle is also known as Hyundai Verna.