2022 was an excellent year for the Philippine car industry, with new cars making their mark. We saw new crossovers, sedans, pick-up trucks, and sport-utility vehicles enter the market. As we welcome a new year for the local automotive industry, we have compiled a list of cars that you will miss in 2023. Honda Civic 1.5 Turbo S CVT We have gotten confirmation from the public relations team of Honda Cars Philippines Inc. that the Honda Civic 1.5 Turbo S variant will no longer be around this year.
I have always wondered about the Hyundai Accent and why many opted to get one. I mean, what's the catch? They look decent, but I think you would have compromised in quality and finish had you opted for an Accent over a Toyota Vios or Honda City today. I'd even understand why someone chooses an MG, since those look hot and packed with tech. Don't get me wrong though, these cars have shortcomings as well. But with Honda's performance and Toyota's reliability, what makes the Accent still stand out
There is no denying that for many of us, purchasing a car should translate to the fulfillment of its promise. If we spend more, we expect more. The true is same if we are on a budget. But cars like the Hyundai Accent defied common notion. Its affordability spawned a host of owners during its day and yet, the car more than delivered on its promise of providing satisfaction. The maverick When it was still in the market, the Hyundai Accent straddled in the middle of the subcompact sedan category wi
How do you often start your day? I know some would say that they start their morning with a cup of coffee. Others start their day by doing some exercise or by taking a bath. Some people start their day by having breakfast with their loved ones. But several adults nowadays start their day by looking up the current fuel prices on the news. Not only are people getting highly curious about it, but the continuously fluctuating fuel prices affect all households in many ways. Prices of basic commoditie
Looking back in the old days, I never imagined myself getting bothered by fuel price hikes and ridiculous fuel consumption. But as I enter adulthood, I am getting frustrated whenever the news delivers horrifying updates regarding fuel price increases. And I know that I am not the only person experiencing this dilemma, that is why some people are treating their fuel-efficient cars like a gem. Unlike those who have fuel-efficient cars already, some people like me are still on the search for ours.
The Hyundai Accent price in the Philippines starts at P840,000. The lowest price is the 2021 Hyundai Accent 1.4 GL 6MT w/o Airba, ranging all the way up to the 2021 Hyundai Accent 1.6 CRDi GL 6AT priced at P1,088,000.
The Hyundai Accent is a popular car to buy as it offers powerful and efficient engine options as well as premium, spacious interiors. Even used Hyundai Accent cars offer the premium driving experience.
We're learning that the 2021 Hyundai Accent is available with continuously variable MT transmission