I think that the 2011 Hyundai Accent with 2010 Hyundai Accent rims is actually pretty cute. It could have different OE Hyundai Accent rims on it and I’d still buy it… but that’s just me. What you buy it with the 2010 Hyundai Accent rims or different original Hyundai Accent rims…?
Anyway… In Korea, it’s called the Hyundai Verna – it’s categorized as a subcompact car that’s made and distributed by Hyundai themselves. When it came to the cars in Australia, the first generation models had carried over the Hyundai Excel name that was used by the Accent’s predecessor – either way, they Hyundai rims on them were nice.
In 2000, the Hyundai Accent was replaced by the Verna in South Korea… even though most of the international markets that sell the car still go by the “Accent” name.
What made South Korea want to change the name?