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Hyundai Accent Sedan 1.4 GL CVT vs. Toyota Vios 1.3 E CVT

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2018 Hyundai Accent Sedan silver front
2019 Toyota Vios Philippines front

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Price

Price

₱ 745,000

₱ 878,000

Hyundai Accent Sedan 1.4 GL CVT is the cheapest

Engine

Engine size

1.4 L

1.3 L

Displacement

1,368 cc

1,329 cc

Number of Cylinders

4

4

Number of Valves

16

16

Transmission Category

Continuously Variable Transmission

Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT)

Hyundai Accent Sedan 1.4 GL CVT has a bigger engine

Performance
Power Train

Front-Wheel Drive

Front-Wheel Drive

Max Output (HP)

100 hp @ 6,000 rpm

98 hp @ 6,000 rpm

Max Torque (Nm)

133 Nm @ 3,500 rpm

123 Nm @ 4,400 rpm

Acceleration Rate (0-100 km/h)

n/a

n/a

Top Speed

n/a

n/a

Hyundai Accent Sedan 1.4 GL CVT is more powerful

Hyundai Accent Sedan 1.4 GL CVT has more pulling power

Economy & Environment
Fuel Type

Gasoline

Gasoline

Combined CO2 Emissions

n/a

n/a

Fuel Capacity

43 L

42 L

Combined Fuel Consumption

n/a

n/a

Range

n/a

n/a

Dimensions
Length

4,370 mm

n/a

Width

1,700 mm

n/a

Height

1,457 mm

n/a

Wheelbase

2,570 mm

2,550 mm

Turning Circle

n/a

10.2 m

Ground Clearance

n/a

140 mm

Wading Depth

n/a

n/a

Trunk Capacity

389 L

326 L

Max Cargo

n/a

326 L

Number of Doors

4

4

Number of Seats

5

5

Hyundai Accent Sedan 1.4 GL CVT is longer

Hyundai Accent Sedan 1.4 GL CVT is wider

Hyundai Accent Sedan 1.4 GL CVT is taller

Hyundai Accent Sedan 1.4 GL CVT has a large wheelbase

Toyota Vios 1.3 E CVT has a tighter turning circle

Hyundai Accent Sedan 1.4 GL CVT has a larger trunk capacity

Toyota Vios 1.3 E CVT has a larger overall cargo capacity

Safety & Security
Driver's Airbag

Front Passenger's Airbag

Side Airbag

Curtain Airbag

Knee Airbag

Electronic Brake Distribution

ABS


with Electronic Brake Force Distribution and Brake Assist

Immobilizer

Security Alarm

Stability Control

Electronic Door Locks

Speed Sensing Door Locks

ISOFIX

Lane Departure Warning System

Blind-Spot Detection System

Features
Cruise Control

Front Parking Sensors

Rear Parking Sensors

Leather Upholstery

Push Start Button

Wheel Size

14 in

15 in

Wheel Metal Type

Steel

Alloy

Air Conditioning System

Manual

Manual Cooler, Dial Type Control

Entertainment System

1-DIN AM/FM/CD/MP3/USB with 4 Speakers

7-inch Touchscreen Display CD, MP3, Voice Control w/ Weblink via 6 speakers

Connectivity
n/a
Aux, Bluetooth, USB, and WebLink for IOS and Android
Navigation Ready

Warranty

5 Years (Unlimited Mileage)

3 Years (100,000 km)

Keyless Entry

Roof Rack

Sunroof

Electric Adjustable Seats

Power Steering

Power Windows

Power Outlet

Steering Wheel Audio Control

Technology
Active Park Assist

Hill Start Assist

AWD Modes

n/a

n/a

Tire Pressure Monitoring

Heads-up Display

Power Liftgate

Start-stop System

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