Buyers of the new Hyundai Accent for 2018-2019 will love not just its design but also its dependability. The 2018 version of the Accent packs the Anti-lock brakes, stability control, front-impact airbags, side impact airbags, pretensioners, overhead airbags, and the anti-whiplash. And as of May 2018, reversing cameras are now considered as standards boosting the safety cred of the Hyundai Accent. If you get the latest Accent today, you will end up with a highly dependable subcompact that you can drive on Australian roads.
But don’t think that you can’t enjoy the same quality of safety and convenience if you own an older version of the Accent. Even if only the latest models of the Accent will include the reversing cameras as standards, you can still remain relevant and safe on the road. What you can do is to install an aftermarket reversing camera monitor specifically designed for the Hyundai Accent.
For example, PPA Car Audio offers a Hyundai aftermarket camera that can be installed to the factory screen which means that no serious modifications and changes will be made on the dash. Just like other standard reversing cameras, this reversing camera system is automatically engaged when you select the reverse gear. You will instantly see what’s happening at the back thanks to the monitor provided. The reversing camera will guide you when parking the vehicle and will inform you if there are objects or obstacles behind. Also, this camera will feature LED lights that will enhance the camera’s night vision capabilities. The camera has an IP67 rating which means that it can work with confidence even when it’s raining.
A reversing camera system will serve as a worthy addition to your Hyundai Accent. You don’t need to upgrade to the latest version of the model to enjoy its dependability; with just the right safety additions, you can also improve your car’s dependability on the road.