In October last year, it was cut in price from £9,199 to £8,999 as Hyundai tried to price the lower medium sector car into the supermini sector. Rebadging also affects the 1.3-litre Accent LSi five-door, which becomes the Accent Bari, priced at £8,999, down £400 or 4.3%.Its biggest price reduction is on the 1.5-litre GLSi five-door hatchback, which drops £625 (5.9%) to £9,999 and is renamed Accent Luxe. The Coupe i keeps its name and remains at the £7,499 price announced in December.
Prices for the special edition Alaska, at £9,399, and the three-door MVi (£10,624) remain unchanged. All Accents come with a driver's airbag, three years' unlimited mileage mechanical warranty and six-year anti-perforation cover.