The Hyundai Accent is leaving the Great White North at the end of the 2020 model year, leaving the Venue SUV as the company’s smallest car.
The Hyundai Accent hatch is made in Mexico and also sold in Canada. There’s also sedan available in Mexico and the US.
The 2020 Hyundai Accent update includes the new 1.6L Smartstream 4-cylinder with 120hp (89kW) and 113 lb-ft (153Nm), and a 6-speed manual or CVT.
The new 2018 Hyundai Accent has a new body, a 1.6-liter I4 engine, and in the US will be available only as a sedan.
The 2015 Hyundai Accent facelift has new headlamps, front fascia, foglamps, and tech upgrades.
The fourth generation Hyundai Accent hatch is only available in 5-door format, and comes standard with body using the company’s fluidic design language.
For its fourth generation, the Hyundai Accent adopted the fluidic design language used elsewhere in the Hyundai range for a more coupe-like appearance.
For MY2008, the MC Hyundai Accent hatch was introduced into the US market. With rounder styling, the new 2-door was a lot more cheerful than its forebear.
The third generation Hyundai Accent was launched in 2005 and ditched boxiness for curves. It was sold as the Brio and Verna, as well as the Dodge Attitude.
The second generation Hyundai Accent, unveiled in 1999, ditched the cheerful jellybean styling of the original for a square, more austere look.