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Used Hyundai Accent for Sale in Irvine, CA

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2016 Hyundai Accent
59.2k Miles
Est. $169/mo
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Buy a Pre-owned Hyundai Accent in Irvine, California

Irvine, California isn't just the city you live in, it's your home. You have your city dialed and you know the best place to grab a coffee and which restaurants are the place to be. Lately, it's what outside your city that's calling you. The Golden State is an adventure seeker's playground. Especially, with 281 sunny days out of the year, its' almost?lways time to be outside. If you want to see everything from the beautiful blue Pacific to the sky-scraping Sierras, you're going to need a great set of wheels.

You've had your eye on a Hyundai Accent for a while, and it's about time you made it yours. It has just about everything you want in a car—modern styling, quality, and fuel economy. Plus, it's made by Hyundai, a brand you respect. But an Accent is beyond your means. What if we told you there's a better way.

Shift—car buying done the right way

It all starts with our meticulous 150-point inspection. Not a single car leaves our property unless they pass Shift's checklist. To ensure that you receive a reasonable sticker price, we continuously analyze hundreds of thousands of data points on past and current prices for comparable Accents. You'll have peace of mind knowing that your Hyundai Accent is ready for you and that you got a great deal.

More about the Hyundai Accent

Hyundai, a Korean automaker, was established in 1960 but didn't make its way stateside until 1986 with the subcompact Excel model. The Excel was an immediate success and led to the company producing the midsize Sonata. During the '90s, the company had a few setbacks and developed a reputation for producing unreliable cars. Hyundai did what any great automaker does and fixed the issues by reinvesting in product designs and overall quality and reliability. Today, Hyundai's lineup has everything from hybrids to SUVs.

Hyundai Accent has a 138hp, 2L engine. Gas mileage varies based on driving conditions, but the Hyundai Accent typically gets 41mpg on the highway and 33mpg in and around town. The Hyundai Accent is available in a number of body types such as station wagon, sport utility, sedan, passenger, and mini-van.

Don't miss out on your Hyundai Accent

We might be a bit biased, but we believe we provide one of the best pre-owned vehicle purchasing experiences on the internet. We offer competitive prices on all our pre-owned Hyundai Accents and provide all the information to decide. Plus, our 150-point inspection means your car is ready to hop on the highway. With great prices, all the paperwork, and the pre-owned Accent you've been looking for, Shift is the only way to go. today's.

Frequently Asked Questions

We understand you have a number of questions about purchasing a used Hyundai, and we are here to answer them. Here are some of the most?ommonly asked questions about Hyundai Accents.
Is Hyundai considered a luxury brand?
No, Hyundai is not considered a luxury brand. Still, you can get a used Hyundai Accent with some well-appointed amenities.
What are the most?opular Hyundai models?
Hyundai knows how to make vehicles that appeal to all types of drivers. The top Hyundai models?re the Tucson, Sonata, Santa Fe, Elantra, and Accent
Does the Hyundai Accent come in different styles?
The Hyundai Accent is available as a station wagon, sport utility, sedan, passenger, mini-van, or hatchback
What happens if I don't like the Accent? Can I bring it back?
We allow you to bring back the car within seven days of the purchase. To accept the return, the automobile has to be in the same condition that you purchased it.

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