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2007 Hyundai Accent Overview


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4.35 stars

Based on 19 reviews

The Surprising Nice 2007 Hyundai Accent Gls Sedan by Orijit
 — My 2007 Hyundai Accent GLS is a stunning car for it's class. The GLS model for this year is "all- around good." It is meant to satisfy many, but it's not exactly a thriller. It drives with spirit... Read More
07 Hyundai Accent Gs 2-door by Rick
 — Great mileage, solid build quality, adequate performance, mechanically perfect. Good-looking car. Would recommend this car to anybody wanting a solid, frugal car. The only options were A/C and topl... Read More
Best Car I've Owned. by Geoffrey
 — this car has been very good to me. i've put over 80,000 miles on it since buying it brand new in sept. 2007. repair costs are a bit high, but the quality of the vehicle makes up for the rarity of repa... Read More

2007 Hyundai Accent Overview

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Based on 19 reviews

2007 Hyundai Accent

The 2007 Hyundai Accent is one of those little cars that knows what it is and doesn't have any delusions about being anything else.  One engine is available: a 110 hp, 1.6 liter I4.  The two available transmissions are the standard 5 speed manual (if you want a bit more zip and control over the car), or a 4 speed automatic.  Depending on the transmission, gas mileage is either 28/37 or 32/35, respectively, which means you won't have to empty your wallet every week like you do with some of the larger sedans.  Even though it has a small engine, the 2007 Hyundai Accent still goes 0-60 in about 9 seconds, which is plenty fast enough for day-to-day commuting.
Comforts are not extravagant, but the 2007 Hyundai Accent does have some useful features.  Air conditioning comes standard in all trims.  Other comforts available in the 2007 Hyundai Accent include a CD player, power windows and locks, power seats, a sunroof, and even a 6-CD changer.  There's really not that much else that a commuter car needs.  This is certainly not a car made for a family (what with being a hatchback), so for a driver and a passenger, the 2007 Hyundai Accent is a perfect car.
Overall, owners of the 2007 Hyundai Accent were very impressed by the little hatchback.  An unexpected description was that the car is very fun to drive, a comment usually reserved for sportier vehicles.  Owners were surprised by how smooth the acceleration is, even though it certainly does not put you back in your seat.  The two most common suggestions were to add cruise control and rear window, but all-in-all, the vast majority of owners were very happy with the purchase, especially with the high gas mileage.  The 2007 Hyundai Accent is a wonderful car for a single commuter or a young couple.


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Hyundai Accent Questions


How Would I Put In The Sri So That The Factory Air Box Can Stay?

I have an sri installed but the pipe shape doesn't allow for the factory to reside in with it. The mass airflow sensor was bolted to the air box and no longer has a place to sit at and not make nois...

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Where Is The Maf Sensor In A 2007 Hyundai Accent Gs?

i installed a new SRI but i need to make sure that the MAF is still working right. also, does it automatically adjust for the higher intake?

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What Is The Best And Cheapest Way To Improve Mpg On My 2007 Hyundai Accent ...

I've heard people say transmission swap for a 6 speed vs. the 5 speed i currently have, and i've heard change parts on it for performance, and etc. I'm hitting 3,500 rpm on highway, and it's destroyin...

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Will Installing A Short Ram Intake Hurt My Car Later On? I Was Told Its Not...

i have an 07 accent and i want a short ram intake but i was advised it wasn't a good idea and was never given reasoning on it. will it hurt me sooner or later, timeframe?

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