There's a difference between cheap and inexpensive. The Hyundai Excel, the first offering for the U.S. from the South Korean automaker in the 1986 model year, was cheap--$4,995 The Hyundai Accent, the model that replaced Excel in the 1995 model year, is inexpensive--$9,999. Excel was small, cramped and seemed to be held together with duct tape. Accent is larger, roomier and bolted ... Read full review for the 2003 Hyundai Accent
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Bought this thing new. Had virtually NO issues with it. For me, the true measure of a car is, "will it start and run, when I need it." The short answer is, this car will. Now approaching 200K miles ... Read Full Review
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