2006 Hyundai Accent

Branching out from the family tree.

Though the showroom around it may be changing, with the addition of Azeras and Santa Fes and even a coming minivan, Hyundai's Accent still matters. It's been the South Korean company's keynote vehicle since the brand pulled out of a post-Excel swan dive in the early '90s. Always inexpensive and decently engineered, the Accent has given plenty of shoppers a reason to turn up their nose at used vehicles and turn over their paychecks to Hyundai. It's also become the subject of endless cases on Judge Mathis, but that's just a little too revealing of our work habits now, isn't it?

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