Hyundai accent in snow




Hyundai accent in snow

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  • Obviously, the Hyundai Accent is a less punishing econobox than the old Excel. . Put some snow tires on it and it's a great winter car.

    Any Accent (3 door or 5 door) owners on RFD? Can you please tell me how it is driving this car in Toronto's snow? Currently I am looking at the.

    Read about the Hyundai Accent engine and performance at U.S. News & World Report.

    Hyundai accent in snow

    Hyundai accent in snow

    Have an '08 Accent Hatchback. Have had no issues in any of them, it's all about how you drive. Originally Posted by Interactif. I have full confidence in this car.

    Hyundai accent in snow

    Hyundai accent in snow

    Hyundai accent in snow

    Hyundai accent in snow

    Hyundai accent in snow

    Good in the snow? : Hyundai

    Please read the rules below before posting. Good in the snow? So I live in an area that snows a lot in the winter and I'm in the midst of car hunting. So far I'm down to a Hyundai or a Kia and it's kind of even.

    However, the big tipping point is how good can they maneuver in the snow and from what I've been hearing, the Kia Forte seems to be the better of the Kia vehicles I'm looking at.

    Hyundai accent in snow

    There isn't a single year that goes by without a massive amount of snow that can last for at least a week, I can not afford to be locked in my house because my car doesn't handle the weather well.

    I'm especially asking about the Hyundai Accent as that seems to be fairly decent to my budget. My wife has an Elantra which is essentially a Forte and it's great in the snow with winter tires. We're from Winnipeg and she drives about km a day to get to and from work.

    Hyundai accent in snow

    So far, I have owned: Have had no issues in any of them, it's all about how you drive. Driving during the day is the worst Came to say that I'm not from Winnipeg.. I've got relatives in the north-eastern part of North Dakota and would take the extra hour to drive into Winnpeg -- just for something to do.

    There's not much to do in those small towns. They've got 3 bars, a gas station, a church, and a Tastee Freeze think Dairy Queen. Glad to see you guys got a hockey team back! As for winter tires: Not sure what they are using currently for factory tires.. As long as you stick to a front wheel drive car, you should be good. My Genesis is horrible in the snow. Thankfully, it doesn't snow too much in South Carolina. Of all the sportier cars in the price range I think it does good.

    However like you said winter tires, I didn't have them for about a month and that thing slid everywhere, got some on and it did just fine with some weight in the trunk. The traction control is really good in the winter. However, if you have a lot of snow you're going to want to budget for snow tires regardless of what you buy.

    Hyundai accent in snow

    Stock all-season tires on new cars are pretty much uniformly crap for snow driving. Compared to the Forte, the Accent will probably be worse in the snow. The Accent is a smaller lighter car so it will be just a little harder to get traction in the snow. The Elantra is the Hyundai version of a Forte so that should respond the same way as the Forte.

    Make sure you buy snow tires if you really get that much snow, it will make a world of difference. I'm not sure where you live, but I'm from Winnipeg MB, so we get a decent amount of snow here too. There really isn't any difference between a Forte and an Accent or Elantra, they all have pretty much the same ground clearance. Most Kias and Hyundais are build off of the very same platform. Next is how you drive.

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