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Performance of the Hyundai Accent


The Hyundai Accent is a vehicle with an engine that has sufficient power for most driving situations. It has great fuel economy for its class. The performance of the vehicle provides a comfortable ride if you stick to smooth pavement.

The Hyundai Accent has a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine that has 130 horsepower. Drivers can choose from a six-speed manual transmission or a six-speed automatic. The engine of this vehicle helps it get around town and on the highway and provides a smooth ride. The Accent gets an estimated 28 mpg in the city and an estimated 38 mpg on…
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Technology Features of the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe

The crossover SUV car class is a popular niche in the market with plenty of competition. Hyundai's entry in this class is the Santa Fe, a sturdy vehicle with an appealing design, excellent road performance and plenty of technology features to keep driver and passengers entertained and informed during their journey.

The 2019 Santa Fe allows drivers to integrate their Apple or Android device with Hyundai's AVN 5.0 Navigation. Plan your route or avoid delays along your journey easily using the Santa Fe's proprietary system, or select a navigation app with your...

 

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Hyundai Veloster Offers Sporty Good Looks, Plenty of Room

The Hyundai Veloster has proven to be a popular coupe choice among drivers who value a vehicle that is loaded with standard features, numerous high-tech options, and rates a NHTSA 5-star overall safety rating.

It offers you a Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) that is usually only available on expensive European sports cars. In addition to good looks and sleek styling, it offers enough room to invite friends along for the ride, featuring a 3-door design for easy access, with more total interior space than comparable vehicles in the sports car class.
 

 

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Check Your Fuel Pump to Make Sure Your Vehicle is Running Its Best

If you're looking for some ways to make sure that your vehicle is always running its best, you should be aware of the signs of a faulty fuel pump. If your pump isn't supplying the engine with enough gasoline, your vehicle will not be able to meet the demands of the road, and you might just find yourself stuck in the parking lot after work with a vehicle that won't move.

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