2006 Hyundai Verna
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Guide shafte and derixione problem
2005, driving normally suddenly you find the
direxione deficult to move right or left, only
How dose odd. switch works
2008, there is no problem with my car.it is a
question i want to know that to save the fuel
2000, oxygen sensours have 5 caple we haven't
here in jordan...
2006 Hyundai Verna specs: mpg, towing capacity, size, photos
Used Hyundai Verna
The Hyundai Accent (X3) was introduced as a replacement for the Excel for the 1995 model year. It continued to be called Excel in some markets, such as the Netherlands and Australia. In France, it was called the Hyundai Pony.
In Australia, the X3 proved so popular (due to its low price) that it was the third best-selling vehicle in the country in both 1996 and 1998. In the latter year, it achieved more than 44,000 sales (a 5.5% share of the total market), a record figure at the time, for an imported car. Between 1994 and 2000, some 200,000 X3s were sold in Australia, making it arguably the most successful imported vehicle in the country's history.
The Accent was sold in saloon (sedan), hatchback, and coupé form in the UK, with a choice of three engines for each: a 1.3 12v (85HP), 1.5 12v (92HP) and a 1.5 16v (105HP) petrol. There was no diesel option (until the 2003 redesign). A GSi spec car was the top-specification Accent with front power windows and a radio/ cassette player.
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