2002 Hyundai Accent is based on a platform first seen on the 1993 Elantra. To improve the 2002 Hyundai Accent, Genesis Tuners recommends replacing a few parts. Nitrous oxide systems and aftermarket fuel injectors are recommended. Carbon fiber hoods and trunk replacements will make your car look like something out of a magazine. EGR body kits will give your Accent an aggressive look right off the bat.
2002 Hyundai Accent
The 2002 Hyundai Accent beats the competition in so many ways (including way more power, improved handling, and better braking) that I'm hard-pressed to mention any available car at its price point that even comes close. Even though it's still based on a platform first seen back on the 1993 Elantra, they've done such a good job developing these cars over the years and incorporating lessons learned from their 'more expensive' people mover production models ( Sonata ) to make this one of my favorite economy machines ever to come out of Korea. The running gear is bulletproof. The engine/transmission combo feels heavier than it is. The suspension has been proven time after time as being industry-leading in not only how well it keeps your butt from being left sore but how well it absorbs road irregularities without feeling like you're driving over an integrated cement mixer. Don't underestimate how little things can be important when shopping for an economical car with firm seats or having firm edges around door handles can cause less fatigue resulting in your wife or girlfriend letting you take her sunshine yellow Beetle Jr. for a spin ;-).
The 2002 Hyundai Accent hatchback has a lot of curb appeal with its aggressive front. It also boasts surprising performance for such an affordable vehicle. Consider that the standard engine is a 1.5-liter inline-four rated at 90 hp and 97 pound-feet of torque, which should be sufficient for most commuters' needs. This should yield fuel economy estimates in the low 30s if all highway driving is done, something drivers will love when filling up the 11-gallon tank doesn't set you back too much money at the pump.
Best Replacement Parts for your 2002 Hyundai Accent
The first thing we recommend is a new set of headlights. Considering the 2002 Accent does not come with projector lenses, upgrading them to Spyder Auto's LED lights will give your car a much better visibility during night drives and eliminate glare from oncoming traffic. The second upgrade we recommend is EGR body kits that come in both front bumper and rear bumper variations. They'll add an aggressive look to your Accent right off the bat while also giving it that fierce aura whenever you're driving around town. Last but not least is Seibon carbon fiber hood and trunk replacements that will make your Accent look like something straight out of a magazine!
How to improve the performance of the 2002 Hyundai Accent?
To improve the performance of the 2002 Hyundai Accent, Genesis Tuners recommends replacing a few parts. First, we suggest installing new nitrous oxide systems from Nitrous Express to give your car some extra power under the hood of your vehicle. Next, replace your factory shock absorbers with stiffer suspension components from Bilstein Suspension and tighten them up so they won't sag under heavy loads. Lastly, install aftermarket fuel injectors capable of handling larger amounts of fuel to power all four wheels of your Hyundai engine system effectively.
Why Choose Genesis Tuners
We recommend that you upgrade the exhaust system on your Accent to improve its sound. To do this, get a Borla exhaust system for your Accent. Their exhaust systems are easy to install and sound great, especially with their new line of mufflers. Plus, their exhaust tips can be made in varying colors for your car, so they look really neat. Get a set from us at Genesis Tuners today.
1. The 2002 Hyundai Accent hatchback has a lot of curb appeal with its aggressive front. 2. We recommend that you upgrade the exhaust system on your Accent to improve its sound. 3. To do this, get a Borla exhaust system for your Accent.