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2003 Hyundai Accent

2003 Hyundai Accent 4-Door
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The 2003 Hyundai Accent 4-door joins the smaller Accent 3-door to complete a value-packed subcompact car tandem. Hyundai's sales have been steadily increasing over the years thanks to models like the Accent. Capable, durable and inexpensive, they appeal to many people for a number of different reasons.

The Hyundai Accent 4-door is protected by one of the best warranties in the business. If you're looking for a new-car experience at used-car prices, then the Accent may be right for you.

Available Models
The 2003 Hyundai Accent 4-door sedan is offered in a GL trim, with a GT package available as well. The 3-door Accent hatchback coupe is covered in a separate review.

Interior Features
The 2003 Accent 4-door sedan can seat up to five passengers. It offers easier entry and exiting for rear passengers than the 3-door, plus added room for slightly more interior comfort. With the Accent, you know you're not getting luxury, but you should rest easy with the knowledge that you are getting convenience and value.

The Accent 4-door GL has standard air conditioning and a digital clock, with power everything and a CD player two enticing options available. At the top of the line, the GT package adds a white-face instrumentation cluster and a leather-wrapped steering wheel and gearshift knob.

Exterior Features
The sporty package of the top-line GT also adds a little pizzazz to the Accent's exterior. The GT features 14-inch alloy wheels, side sill moldings, a rear spoiler and front fog lamps.

One capable engine drives the 2003 Hyundai Accent 4-door. It is a 1.6-liter 4-cylinder model with 104 horsepower. Both 4-speed automatic transmission and 5-speed manual are available. Part of the Accent's value lies in its impressive fuel economy, as automatics get a rating of 26/35 mpg (city/hwy) and manuals 29/33 mpg (city/hwy).
The front-wheel drive Accent 4-door has a fully independent suspension system to handle worn winter streets and unpaved country roads. With the GT, this is upgraded to a more advanced sport suspension configuration.

Safety and Security
Dual front airbags, protective bodyside moldings, capable brakes and front seat belt pretensioners with force limiters are all part of the standard safety and security package.

2003 Hyundai Accent Highlights

Extensively revised with new front fenders, hood, grille, front air dam and headlamp treatments
New deckled, bumper and tail lamp treatment.
Name of the base 3-door model was changed from Accent L to Accent and the GS name was dropped
Top of the line Accent 3-door model and the Accent 4-door model for 2003 both carry the GL badge
All Hyundai Accent models, including the base Accent, are fitted with the sophisticated 1.6-liter DOHC four-cylinder engine rated at 104 horsepower
Return of the Accent GT package. This sporty 3-door features a 14-inch wheel and tire package, fog lamps, rocker panel moldings and a handsome rear spoiler. Inside, the gauges feature white face markings and the steering wheel and shift knob are leather wrapped

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Fast Stats
MSRP from
1.6L 4-cylinder
104 @ 5800
4-speed auto
5-speed manual
MPG: City/Hwy
auto: 26 / 35
man.: 29 / 33

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