The 2009 Hyundai Accent is a front-wheel-drive compact with a 143 hp/134 lb-ft engine that earns 26 mpg city/34 mpg combined. Modern styling and roomy interior show there's more to Hyundai than cheap SUVs or econoboxes.
2009 Hyundai Accent
The 2009 Hyundai Accent is a hot new entry in the increasingly competitive subcompact segment, especially if you're looking at fuel efficiency or value. The five-door hatchback also neatly solves the first-time driver's problem of having a car that can hold an armful of friends and their hockey equipment while still being easy to park. With a starting price of $11,995 for the base S model including 16-inch alloy wheels and power brakes with anti-skid control, you could fit almost any teenager on a budget. But even teenage indulgences such as leather seats ($600) and USB input jacks ($75) are available without spoiling your savings plan unlike some cars in this class. Overall we were impressed with its well laid out cabin (especially after discovering how difficult it was to find legroom measurements), added safety options like blind-spot monitoring that comes standard from mid 2013 onwards (front crash protection remains sub-par), stylish exterior revisions between 2012-2014 (Korea models get LED lights), 7 airbags which also impresses us since I really care about passenger safety especially for my kids' ride etc.
Best Replacement Parts for your 2009 Hyundai Accent
The first thing we recommend is a new set of headlights. Considering the 2009 Hyundai 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 2009 Hyundai Accent?
To improve the performance for the 2009 Hyundai Accent, Genesis Tuners recommends replacing a few parts. First, replace your factory intake manifold with an aftermarket cold-air system from AFE or K& N to keep airflow consistent under high-performance driving conditions. Next, install a Racechip tuning chip so you have complete control over every aspect of your car's fuel and ignition systems. Lastly, to help you increase your cornering and handling capabilities we suggest installing aftermarket suspension components from HKS or EibachSprings..
Get a Borla Exhaust for your Hyundai Accent. They make some of the meanest sounding exhaust systems out there at good prices like $600 or less for their cat-back muffler with 2.25" piping. Their Cat-Back system is specifically made to fit a 2009 Hyundai Accent, making it easy to install as well as sounding amazing with just the right amount of rumble and depth in sound that makes you want to hear it every day. Get one now from us at Genesis Tuners, today!
Why Choose Genesis Tuners
At Genesis Tuners, we're proud to serve our customers as Hyundai parts enthusiasts ourselves. We aim to be the go-to place for any parts needs for your 2009 Hyundai Accent. Feel free to contact us today and we'll be happy to help you!
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