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` South Korea’s subcompact shattered sales records for a first-year import when it arrived on the American market in 1986. A 2-door hatchback soon joined the original 4-door sedan and 4-door hatchback. Built on the same platform as the Mitsubishi Mirage and Dodge/Plymouth Colt, the Excel also shared their 1.5-liter engine, transmissions, and some suspension parts.

For 1990, Excel and the similar Mitsubishi Precis got new styling, akin to the bigger Hyundai Sonata but only a little larger than before. The engine adopted sequential fuel injection, and a new 4-speed automatic transmission became available. Models included a base 2-door hatchback and 2-door sedan, GS 3-door hatchback, GL 4-door sedan and 4-door hatchback, and GLS 4-door sedan.

The Hyundai Excel was available in hatchback and 4-door models. It was replaced by the Hyundai Accent in 1995. The Excel was the first Hyundai car to be exported to the United States.

From 1989, there was a coupe variant called the Hyundai Scoupe. The Hyundai Excel was available with either a manual or automatic transmission mated to a 4-cylinder engine aspirated by a carburetor or fuel injection system, depending on market and model year.

Some markets, including Europe, had the Excel branded as the Hyundai Pony, although it is not directly related to the rear wheel drive Hyundai Pony from the early 1980s. The sedan version of the X1 model was known as the Hyundai Presto in South Korea. The Excel arrived in the United States in 1986 and Canada in 1987, replacing the Pony.

The Excel was sold in the United States by Mitsubishi Motors from 1987 to 1994 as the Mitsubishi Precis as either a 3- or 5-door hatchback. Originally available in six model variants, it was cut to two in 1990 with the introduction of the Mirage, although the Precis remained in the Mitsubishi range as a price leader until it was discontinued.[1]

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Standing-start acceleration is far from brisk: Even with 5-speed manual shift you have to hit the gas hard to keep up with traffic. Acceleration to 60 mph takes close to 15 seconds with automatic, versus 12 to 13 seconds with stick shift. Not only is the automatic transmission sluggish, but it shifts with a jolt at full throttle.

It’s also slow to downshift for passing. Gas mileage is great. We averaged nearly 34 mpg in city/expressway driving. An Excel maneuvers well enough, is easy to park, and the ride is comfortable for a small car. Soft springing not only makes the ride more compliant, but results in plenty of body lean in turns, plus sloppy cornering.

Road noise approaches the excessive, even for a low-end vehicle. Tires howl loudly even at highway speeds, and wind noise can grow intrusive. Interior space is adequate for four, and five can squeeze in. Rear leg room is restricted, and backseats in 3-doors are particularly cramped.

Assembly quality appears good, though fit and finish don’t rank as first-rate.

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