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  1. The Toyota Vios or the Hyundai Accent are the two most popular models in the B-Segment Sedan market right now and in the past as well. Wonder which comes out on top? Let’s start with Toyota Vios vs Hyundai Accent on Philkotse.com! With regards exterior, the Vios is a much wider. About styling, I would prefer the Toyota Vios because of its new design whereas the Accent in sedan form does look good. The higher trim variants of the Vios also come with fancier stuff like larger allow wheels, a pair of fog-lights, and a rear spoiler. In terms of interior, both the Vios and the Accent have USB and AUX ports, Bluetooth connectivity, hands-free calling, AM/FM radio and a decent sound system. All variants of the new 2019 Hyundai Accent only comes with a 3.8” LCD Display Radio with a USB and AUX port. On concerning engine and performance, I consider the Vios falls short. Particularly, the current Hyundai Accent comes in two engine options: a 1.4 liter Gasoline and a 1.6 liter Diesel. On the other hand, Toyota Vios appears in a 1.3 liter and a 1.5 liter. In conclusion, pick a CRDi Accent should you be more adventurous. Otherwise, opt for the Vios if you prefer on-board entertainment. For exhaustive comparison, move on to Hyundai Accent vs Toyota Vios comparison!
  2. I finally visited a dealer ship that has cars best competitive to Honda by mileage. Who prefers Hyundai more than Honda ?
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  4. if i sit idle in my car for 15+ minutes it makes a ticking noise, which will last about 30 seconds then stop, if i remain idle it will start making the noise and stop again. no acceleration issues, no issues with heat/AC in vehicle, only makes the sound if i have been sitting idle for an extended period of time. i use full synthetic oil and got an oil change 4k mi ago. it has been making this sound for over a year, again only when i sit idle for an extended period of time. no apparent issues besides the sound. have 60k warranty , car has about 54k on it. IMG_5354.MOV IMG_5353.MOV
  5. Today is very very special day because we are starting Owner’s Reviews for Asian Petrolhead. So, Jimmy, our 1st owner, brought us 2016 Hyundai Genesis with 3.3L V6 mated to 8-speed automatic. This 2016 Hyundai Genesis was Hyundai’s flagship sedan back then. So, without further due, let’s meet Jimmy. https://youtu.be/80dIzgtmFVo 2016 Hyundai Genesis 3.3L V6 282hp | 256lb.ft 8-speed / RWD
  6. Hello there, it's my first post. I would like to ask for your kind advice. The other night, when I started my Hyundai Accent Sedan 2016 (Gas), I noticed that my Check Engine light went on and blinked for nearly around a minute before going away. I observed it for a few moments and then proceeded with driving out. I checked with the nearby auto shop what might be wrong and how much it would cost to diagnose it. They ruled out spark plugs and sparkplug wires right away, saying the engine started with too much power for it to be a sparkplug issue. They recommended doing a scanner test. This would cost 1,250 PhP (or $20+ in USD). My question, would the scanner still work and be able to diagnose my car's problem even though the Check Engine light has NOT gone ON ever since that night? It may not seem much to some here, but $20+ USD from where I am from is substantial, especially for a DIAGNOSTIC. I just want to make sure that the money will NOT be wasted and will actually yield some positive result. I'm in the middle of switching jobs, so I really cannot afford to waste any money right now. :( Additional info (if it helps): - I've traveled nearly 100 KM since the night the light came on, and the light has NOT came back on since then. - Since that night though, I noticed that the Estimated Kilometer Range (the one that predicts how many KMs before you're out of fuel, but not the fuel gauge) hasn't been working properly. I would travel 3-5 KMs and it would not move, then will deduct the KMs in bulk later, and sometimes would even return a KM or 2. The E-F fuel gauge seems to be working fine though, along with everything else. Everything is digital except for tacho and speedo which are working fine as well. - I've had a faulty car alarm for more than a year now. I had it checked last year and they diagnosed it to fried or short-circuited I believe. I didn't have it removed though in a hope it could be repaired, but I've abandoned hope on that now. It doesn't even make a sound anymore if I open the car without unlocking, only the lights go on. I suspect this may be involved in the interference. Could it? I'm sorry for the long post. I really hope someone can help.
  7. Let’s drive 2010 Hyundai Sonata. It’s actually my wife’s car! Hope she doesn’t get too mad about reviewing her car. Hyundai just rolled our the all new 8th Generation Hyundai Sonata last year, so let’s see how this 2010 Hyundai Sonata still looks and drives. #hyundai #sonata #2010HyundaiSonata https://youtu.be/uKA-EzU23a4 2010 Hyundai Sonata 2.0L Gasoline 165hp / 146lb.ft 6-speed / Front wheel driven
  8. Happy New Year, guys! We have 2020 Kia Mohave with us, so i just wanted to give you a side by side comparison review between Kia Mohave and Hyundai Palisade. There’s already night drive for Kia Mohave, so just design comparison this time. So, let’s do find out which is the King of SUVs from Korea. #KiaMohave #HyundaiPalisade #KingofSUVs https://youtu.be/x-pStto22c0 Kia Mohave Master A.K.A Kia Borrego 3.0L Diesel 260hp | 413lb.ft Rear-bias 4WD System 8 Speed Automatic Hyundai Palisade -3.8L Gasoline: 295hp@6,000 | 261lb.ft@5,200 -8 Speed Automatic | AWD -196.1x77.8x68.9x114.2(inch) -245/50R20 | 245/50R20
  9. Happy Holidays, guys! Yes, this is the last day of 2020! Happy New Year! I just wanted to talk about Hyundai Tucson today. The all new Hyundai Tucson 2020 will be released here in Korea next summer. Watch out Kia Sportage. New Tucson will be bigger and it might be finally electrified. Let’s do take a look at the car. #hyundaitucson #hyundai #suv https://youtu.be/gwsBTdQWOB8
  10. Finally, we had a chance to drive new Hyundai Azera. I guess we have to call it Hyundai Azera 2020. Our tester had 3.3L V6 mated to 8 speed automatic. It has such a nice interior and improved exterior, some of thought it was better than Genesis G80. (In some areas). So, let’s do drive the new Hyundai Azera. #hyundaiazera #azera #grandeur https://youtu.be/eWJjioXKJ6E Hyundai Azera or Hyundai Grandeur 3.3L V6 - 290hp@6,400 | 253lb.ft@5,200 | 8-Speed Auto 2.5L Smart Stream - 198@6,100 | 183lb.ft@4,000 | 8-Speed Auto 3.0L LPi - 235hp@6,000 | 206lb.ft@4,500 | 6-Speed Auto 2.4 HEV - Total System 200hp@5,500 | 6-Speed Auto Front wheel driven
  11. Hello, guys! Today, Hyundai has invited to their Namyang R&D center, which also stands for n brand and which is Hyundai’s main R&D center. Hyundai invited us to show you how Hyundai will apply VR technology on hyundai design. So, let’s go inside Hyundai N to find out. https://youtu.be/kI2YrSzgZqE
  12. Let’s go for a night drive with Genesis G70. This 2020 Genesis G70 w/ Ultimate PKG has Micheline PS4S sticky tires and low steel brake pads from Brembo. It also has 3d gauge cluster from Genesis. So, let’s meet 2020 Genesis g70. https://youtu.be/kSSKRxbZVfc 2020 Genesis G70 3.3L T 370hp@6,000rpm 376b.ft@1,300~4,500rpm 8-speed auto | AWD Competition: Mercedes C-class, BMW 3-Series, Audi A4
  13. On Dec. 3rd, images of Genesis GV80 have been leaked in Korea. So, i simply wanted to share the leaked images of 1st Genesis SUV with you guys. And Genesis GV80 is not still launched here in Korea, so i wanted to give you few updates about Genesis SUV. So, let’s get started. #genesissuv #genesisgv80 #genesis https://youtu.be/ZBgut2JkVCk
  14. Hi! My girlfriend have a hyundai tucson 2007 that now have an occasional brake problem.. Sometimes the warning lights for brake and battery lights up. When this happens the power brakes disappear and are gone as long as the warning lights are on. She are able to extinguish the warning lights by turning the car off then on again. The brakes works good otherwise, no strange sounds, good pads, no vibrations and such.. it’s just when the warning lights turns on that the power brakes disappear. I have checked all brakes but can’t see any obvious problem there. I figured that if the belt are slipping it would be a bit more frequent problem. An other thing we noticed is that when the warning lights are lit, the power disappears to window heating buttons for front and rear windshield. Don’t know how that could be connected but when when the warning lights disappear and brakes start working, so do window heating. Used an OBDII but it did not reveal any fault codes. Anyone who recognize the problem or have a possible solution?
  15. Kona Hybrid Review - This is Hyundai Kona with 4th powertrain option, it has 1.6L GDi engine mated to 32kW electric motor. So is this Kona Hybrid better than Kona electric? Well, i would choose this Kona Hybrid over another powertrain option from Hyundai Kona. 1.6L GDi 105hp | 108lb.ft + 32kW Motor = Total System output 141hp 6-speed DCT Front wheel Driven Competition: Kona electric, Toyota Prius, Kia Niro
  16. We are going for a road trip with Palisade Twins. My Hyundai Palisade has 3.8L V6, while the press car from Hyundai with 2.2L Diesel. Through out this 8 hours road trip, i will explain why i bought my Hyundai Palisade w/ 3.8L V6 & over Kia Telluride and Kia Mohave. Let’s go, guys! #palisade #hyundai #carreview https://youtu.be/6NVmvnEW7Bg Hyundai Palisade 3.8L V6 295hp@6,000 261lb.ft@5,200 8-speed auto | AWD 2.2L Diesel 202hp@3,800 325lb.ft@1,750 8-speed auto | AWD Competition: Kia Telluride, Kia Mohave, Honda Pilot, Toyota Highlander.
  17. We are here with 2020 Hyundai Azera. This Grandeur is considered as facelift of 6th gen. here in Korea, but it seems like they have changed everything. So, let’s take a look at New Hyundai Azera or Hyundai Grandeur depending on where you are watching from. https://youtu.be/81bJP9XNmzk Hyundai Azera or Hyundai Grandeur 3.3L V6 - 290hp@6,400 | 253lb.ft@5,200 | 8-Speed Auto 2.5L Smart Stream - 198@6,100 | 183lb.ft@4,000 | 8-Speed Auto 3.0L LPi - 235hp@6,000 | 206lb.ft@4,500 | 6-Speed Auto 2.4 HEV - Total System 200hp@5,500 | 6-Speed Auto Front wheel driven
  18. Night Drive with Kona Hybrid - Following our day review, we are uploading night drive with Kona Hybrid 2020. Just want to show you gauge cluster and overall how Kona Hybrid drives when it’s dark. So, let’s go for a drive with Kona hybrid. 1.6L GDi 105hp | 108lb.ft + 32kW Motor = Total System output 141hp Mated to 6-speed DCT Front wheel Driven https://youtu.be/yaepOv5u5cM
  19. Last Friday, my new ride finally have arrived. Guess what i got. It’s 2019 Hyundai Palisade. Let me tell you why i bought Hyundai Palisade and how i got it. So sad i had to get Hyundai Veracruz go. This means that we have Hyundai Palisade as a long-term tester. Very excited to tell you the news. Thank you all for your support! https://youtu.be/WCo15Q6B0Cs
  20. We have another Hyundai Sonata 2020. We showed you many 2020 Sonatas with 2.0L gasoline engine. But this new Sonata has 1.6T in it; and, it is mated to 8 speed automatic. So, let’s see how better it is compared to regular Sonata 2.0L. Let’s go for a drive. 1.6T: 180hp@5,500 | 195lb@1,500~4,500 8-speed automatic 235/45R18 competition: Kia Optima, Honda Accord, Nissan Altima, Toyota Camry https://youtu.be/F_vxdeYNN14
  21. Yesterday, i attended premiere of Hyundai Grandeur in Namyang R&D center in Korea. It is also sold as Hyundai Azera in US. For 2021 year model, Hyundai really made it all know car. So will it bring back Azera to US? Let’s find out and show you the design of the car. Hyundai Azera 2021 Competition: Toyota Avalon, Kia Cadenza, Buick Lacrosse https://youtu.be/-M5PNEpvfDg
  22. Today, we have the all new Sonata from Hyundai. And this 8th gen. Hyundai Sonata has Solar panel on the top. B/C it is new Hyundai Sonata Hybrid. Will the Hyundai Sonata be more efficient than competitors? Will the new Sonata drive better than regular Sonata? Let’s find out. 2.0L GDi: 152hp@6,000rpm | 138.8lb.ft@5,000rpm +38Kw motor = Total Output 195hp 215/55R17 competition: Kia Optima, Honda Accord, Nissan Altima, Toyota Camry https://youtu.be/N6CvslUnQNQ
  23. We brought this all new Hyundai Sonata 2020 for Night Drive here in Seoul, Korea. We have uploaded many review on this new Hyundai Sonata. But never had chance to show you how this guy looks at night. So, we are going for a drive at night with DN8 Hyundai Sonata. 2.0L gasoline engine: 160hp@6,500 141lb@4,800 6-speed automatic 235/45R18 competition: Kia Optima, Honda Accord, Nissan Altima, Toyota Camry https://youtu.be/OBvcU_AV_88
  24. Today, we have Hyundai Sonata 2020. It’s time for you to ask questions about Hyundai Sonata and we will show you some of hidden features those we didn’t have time to show you during in-depth review. So, let’s take a look at the new Sonata - the 8th gen. Hyundai Sonata 2020. 2.0L gasoline engine: 160hp@6,500 141lb@4,800 6-speed automatic 235/45R18 competition: Kia Optima, Honda Accord, Nissan Altima, Toyota Camry https://youtu.be/buxAaZKEFt0
  25. Let’s meet 2020 Hyundai Venue Test Drive with narrative & opinion. Hi Guys. Today, we have in-depth review of 2020 Hyundai Venue, the subcompact SUV from Hyundai. Let’s see what this little guy can do on the road! ^^ Hyundai Venue 1.6L SmartStream 123hp@ 6,300rpm 113lb.ft@4,500 CVT - FF https://youtu.be/uJU8DRW1iA0
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