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I wish to find out if the Hyundai Accent 1.4 has any aftermarket exhaust system legally available in Singapore ?

 

I remember Remus use to be designing exhaust systems for the older generation Hyundai models.

 

Any info ?

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just receive a sms from hyundai SE about the accent 1.4D

 

very tempting..

 

no need to take loan, no penalty

want to take loan, interest 2.18%, no time frame..

 

super flexible..

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just receive a sms from hyundai SE about the accent 1.4D

 

very tempting..

 

no need to take loan, no penalty

want to take loan, interest 2.18%, no time frame..

 

super flexible..

How muchie izit?
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How muchie izit?

$69,999...

No penalty for no loan.

Interest at 2.18, flexible over the amount and period...

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$69,999...

No penalty for no loan.

Interest at 2.18, flexible over the amount and period...

Hi Kurty.

 

Interest can be 1.98%>

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Omv around 11k. Good deal if u don't mind a reliable car with not much bells n whistle. Oh and it's AUTO.

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Hi Kurty.

 

Interest can be 1.98%>

 

hello,

 

really? flexible interest rate?

she told me was 2.18%

 

but if possible, i try not to take any loan

Omv around 11k. Good deal if u don't mind a reliable car with not much bells n whistle. Oh and it's AUTO.

 

really? it's reliable?

 

i see that its quite spacious, leather seats and nice accessories.

best of all, below 70k 

 

and they are very confident that they can secure the COE..

 

power is there for a 1 ton car, equipped with disc brake for all wheels.

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hello,

 

really? flexible interest rate?

she told me was 2.18%

 

but if possible, i try not to take any loan

 

 

really? it's reliable?

 

i see that its quite spacious, leather seats and nice accessories.

best of all, below 70k

 

and they are very confident that they can secure the COE..

 

power is there for a 1 ton car, equipped with disc brake for all wheels.

Will servicing up north be easy? Shorlist any mods already should you go for it?
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Will servicing up north be easy? Shorlist any mods already should you go for it?

 

i dont know..

 

any advise?

 

i think not many models that falls below 70K,

either attrage or this accent.

 

if were to compare, accent definitely wins in all aspect.

 

thinking, waiting for the SE to get back on the trade in figure.

If i need not to fork out much, this might be a good consideration..

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Since you do your servicing up north do consider on this as I rarely see Accent only Elantra. As for mods which you like... No idea if available up north.. just something to ponder.

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Will servicing up north be easy? Shorlist any mods already should you go for it?

 

The SE just told me its a 5yrs warranty, unlimited mileage 

 

too good to be real?  [blush]

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Up North don't have this accent model I think. They have the very old model. If only 1 driver + 1 passenger, this car is good. For rear seats not as comfy as elantra, but its a good deal for the price. And KMC can get interest rate at 1.98%.

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Up North don't have this accent model I think. They have the very old model. If only 1 driver + 1 passenger, this car is good. For rear seats not as comfy as elantra, but its a good deal for the price. And KMC can get interest rate at 1.98%.

 

yeah, if up north dont have this model.

 

will it be a challenge once the warranty period is over?

 

I'm fearful to buy a car with no aftermarket parts or replacement.. then i will be very stuck

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Spare parts should be no concern if buy in sg stockist. All hyundai cars 5 yrs warranty no mileage limit. Car is simple for workshop to service.

 

Seats not as comfy as elantra if u don't mind, esp the rear. Good thing is middle part floor is flat.

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Spare parts should be no concern if buy in sg stockist. All hyundai cars 5 yrs warranty no mileage limit. Car is simple for workshop to service.

 

Seats not as comfy as elantra if u don't mind, esp the rear. Good thing is middle part floor is flat.

 

i dont mind as i hardly ferry anyone.

[laugh]

 

let them suffer..

 

middle part floor is flat, what significant does it make?

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just receive a sms from hyundai SE about the accent 1.4D

 

very tempting..

 

no need to take loan, no penalty

want to take loan, interest 2.18%, no time frame..

 

super flexible..

Bro Kurty can consider sign on the dotted line?

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Bro Kurty can consider sign on the dotted line?

 

thinking.. thinking very hard..

 

thinking

tempting

[laugh]

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hello,

 

really? flexible interest rate?

she told me was 2.18%

 

but if possible, i try not to take any loan

 

 

really? it's reliable?

 

i see that its quite spacious, leather seats and nice accessories.

best of all, below 70k

 

and they are very confident that they can secure the COE..

 

power is there for a 1 ton car, equipped with disc brake for all wheels.

Bro... based on the price quoted to you and all the features, I would say it's value for money... also safety wise with all round disc brakes, excellent value...

 

Hyundai warranty is standard for all models - 5 years unlimited, engine 10 years... it's not a very complicated car... not many electronic gadgets... anyway Hyundais are very reliable...

 

Malaysia will have no problems servicing the car. The parts are all common, shared across all models. For example the aircon filter for my Sonata is used for Elantra, Accent, Santa Fe, Tucson, Azera etc... oil changes are simple, no issues, changes for wear and tear parts are also easy... I have been servicing my cars up north also... used to drive an Elantra. I always buy parts in Singapore from stockists and then bring over and get them to fit them up...

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Bro... based on the price quoted to you and all the features, I would say it's value for money... also safety wise with all round disc brakes, excellent value...

 

Hyundai warranty is standard for all models - 5 years unlimited, engine 10 years... it's not a very complicated car... not many electronic gadgets... anyway Hyundais are very reliable...

 

Malaysia will have no problems servicing the car. The parts are all common, shared across all models. For example the aircon filter for my Sonata is used for Elantra, Accent, Santa Fe, Tucson, Azera etc... oil changes are simple, no issues, changes for wear and tear parts are also easy... I have been servicing my cars up north also... used to drive an Elantra. I always buy parts in Singapore from stockists and then bring over and get them to fit them up...

 

wow.. 

 

your reply goes straight to my heart, music to my ear, a striking blow to my consciences  [laugh]

 

yeah, all i want is a simple car, from point a to b.

dont break my piggy bank

 

they are taking in my car, so i only need to top up another 30k..

maybe going down this weekend to have a test drive..

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wow.. 

 

your reply goes straight to my heart, music to my ear, a striking blow to my consciences  [laugh]

 

yeah, all i want is a simple car, from point a to b.

dont break my piggy bank

 

they are taking in my car, so i only need to top up another 30k..

maybe going down this weekend to have a test drive..

 

buy! seriously this is much much better than the bezza.

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Just happen to know, warranty does not cover servicing.

 

I always thought both of them works concurrently...

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wow..

 

your reply goes straight to my heart, music to my ear, a striking blow to my consciences [laugh]

 

yeah, all i want is a simple car, from point a to b.

dont break my piggy bank

 

they are taking in my car, so i only need to top up another 30k..

maybe going down this weekend to have a test drive..

That's a brilliant deal... some more don't need to take loan...

Just happen to know, warranty does not cover servicing.

 

I always thought both of them works concurrently...

Warranty is for failure of car parts mah... why would warranty cover servicing and wear and tear parts? By nature of wear and tear, it means you have to replace them... how can a company warranty these things?
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That's a brilliant deal... some more don't need to take loan...

Warranty is for failure of car parts mah... why would warranty cover servicing and wear and tear parts? By nature of wear and tear, it means you have to replace them... how can a company warranty these things?

And another thing is servicing might not be free. What I mean is that you are supposed to get let's say first three servicing free, only labour charge. But what happened to me is cos I bought the lowest tier package so the SE told me no free servicing but the cost savings are passed down in forms of lower car price.

 

So yeah must see which tier you buy and the implications to any other packages like free first 10000km servicing.

 

Tier two or one usually no issues. It's only the tier three where you need to be a bit more careful.

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