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Hyundai Excel
Hyundai
aka Mitsubishi Precis
Production 1985-1994
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The Hyundai Excel was a compact car manufactured from 1985-1994. It was Hyundai's debut into the United States. It was replaced by the Hyundai Accent in North America in 1995. However, some foreign markets still sell the Accent under the Excel name.

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CriticismsEdit

When the first generation Excel first came into the United States, it was widely criticized for being "cheap" and "unreliable", even though they sold in large numbers. Automotive magazines claimed that buying a used car would be better than a new Excel. By 1988, however, Hyundai had fixed most of the things people were complaining about. Still, Hyundai gained a reputation as a cheap and "poor man's" car.

GenerationsEdit

IMG 3002

Second generation Hyundai Excel sedan

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Second generation (1990-1994)Edit

For the second generation, the cars engine was upgraded to an 81 hp. This car's zero to sixty time on the base model was 11.8 seconds. Top speed still remained close to 100 MPH. 1994 was the last year this car was produced, as it would be replaced by the Accent.

First Generation/Origins (1985-1989)Edit

Production began in 1985. The car had a 68 hp engine, with a 5 speed transmission that made a top speed of around 100 MPH. The car came in a hatchback and sedan. Sister car was the Mitsubishi Precis.

WorldwideEdit

The Excel was sold in parts of North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. The Excel nameplate was discontinued in 2000; from then on, they were rebadged as the Accent and Solaris (Solaris was made for Russia).

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