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$2,000

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$3,500

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2005 Hyundai Accent Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
2 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
4.5
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.5
Fuel Economy
4.5
Reliability
4.0

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2005 Hyundai Accent - 2005 Hyundai Accent: Small, unassuming, boring... But a great car

AF
East Los Angeles, California
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
My 2005 Hyundai Accent (GLS) isn't a very exciting car. It has the standard shape, style, body, and personality of a typical 4-door sedan of the mid-2000s. I bought it used (in 2012, when it had a fairly low 45,000). I've since doubled that mileage but I've run into zero problems (other than the typical wear and tear-related repairs of tires, brakes, and a battery).
Story
Well, the person who sold it to me had an NRA sticker on the rear window, a sticker that seemed permanently affixed to the window. I'm pretty much anti-gun and find the NRA humorously (and disturbingly) out of touch. Anyway, I couldn't get the sticker off so I drove it with the sticker visible for the first few weeks. But SOMEONE - a stranger in my neighborhood, I guess - was really offended a... (more)
Pros
Some of the features I like the most include: The color, which according to Hyundai, is officially called "Kiwi Green" hasn't lost its appeal to me. It stands out in a crowd. It looks good in the sun or on a cloudy day or at night. I've truly never cared that much about car colors but this one has changed my mind. I also like that it can handle being worked hard - long trips, hauling whatever furniture can fit in there (surprisingly a lot), and handling the morning and evening commute on L.A.'S worst (by far) freeway: The stop-and-start-heavy, winding, messy, 710 freeway with its constant ... (more)
Cons
The only cons are: Its outdated stereo system (with CD only, no iPhone jack or internet capabilities. It's not the car's fault though, being from 2005. But maybe they could have anticipated the possibility of technology advancing and included an auxiliary jack. And it tends to shake when I drive over 70mph, which I shouldn't do anyway.

2005 Hyundai Accent - Reliable car that is also good on gas

Richard
Duluth, Minnesota
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
I liked that the vehicle was good quality and reliable, until it got older. I put over 80,000 miles on it. The vehicle was great on gas, so it saved me a lot of money over time. I always felt safe in the car and that it would get me to my destination without breaking down. The only thing I got tired of was that it wasn't automatic, so when I traveled to bigger cities and would be stuck in rush hour traffic, my foot got worn out. However, I knew the car had a manual transmission when I purchased it, so that's obviously not the fault of the car. Next time around I would recommend getting the automatic version of the car for this reason.
Story
I drove the car across half the country from MN to DC in the middle of July. The seats were toasty whenever we got in because of the heat, but somehow we made it to the East Coast within three days.
Pros
I appreciated that the dealership put in a CD player for "free" when I purchased the vehicle. It didn't automatically come with one. I liked the gray color, and it looked great after a nice wash. I liked that the car was on the smaller side, so I could find parking more easily. I never really had to learn to parallel park it except once, when I went to Chicago, and because of its size, I was able to parallel park successfully. I also spent a lot of time using the vehicle to bring my foster kittens to and from medical appointments, (think lots of cat carriers) and never had a problem with s... (more)
Cons
The car seemed a bit loud at higher speeds (75mph) than I've experienced in other cars. However, that may have just been my perception. The car is about the basics and not fancy, definitely not for a guy trying to show off to a rich girlfriend. I got the key stuck in the ignition once, and they had to reinstall a part, but that was the key, not the car. I should have noticed prior that the key was getting slightly bent, so I could get it replaced.

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