At long last, the fifth-generation model of Hyundai Philippines’ best-selling nameplate made its way into the country.
Eon and Accent contributed superior sales to the Korean brand.
The Accent continues to lead the charge for the Korean brand.
Hyundai’s Passenger Car segment remains competitive in the market.
Go on. Take your pick.
The H-100 had a significant comeback last month with 59% more sales.
Does the Accent stay true to its original charm to Filipino buyers?
Honda took their subcompact sedan contender to a shower and refreshed it with a new look.
Hyundai Philippines has recorded its best monthly sales with 21% sales growth for the month of July 2017.
Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. registered 14,163 units from January to May 2017.
Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) positively ended the first 4 months of 2017 with a 9% sales increase.
Hyundai Philippines ended this quarter with 18% sales growth, while marking March as the highest monthly output in the company's 15 years of business.
Hyundai PH reported an impressive growth of 21% or 2,653 units on a year-on-year basis, which is greatly contributed by its subcompact passenger car Accent.
The official distributor of Hyundai vehicles in the country sold a total of 2,817 units in January 2017 – 430 units higher than last year.
After revealing the 5th generation Accent, Hyundai still seems to be on full assault as they released the design sketches of the refreshed Sonata.
Hyundai’s 5th generation subcompact sedan and hatchback is rebuilt from ground up – gets a redesigned exterior, overhauled cabin, more safety features, and bigger dimension.
Hyundai previews the new exterior look of the Accent, which is set to debut at the 2017 Canadian International Auto Show on February 16.
Both models have their own pros and cons, but let’s compare their spec sheet closely to see what their leverages are over the other.
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Hyundai competes in the local subcompact hatchback segment with the Accent. Similar to its rivals, it’s small, sporty, and offers practicality for everyday use but what makes it click for mo...