The present work evaluates the combination effect of hindered amine light stabilizers (HALS) and ultraviolet absorbers (UVA) on the ultraviolet (UV) stability of acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene (ABS). Thus, two types of light stabilizers, Tinuvin P and Chimassorb 119 FL, were used to improve the ABS endurance against UV. Stabilized ABS samples were submitted to accelerated weathering in a Xenontest 150 S chamber, according to standard methods, in order to predict copolymer lifetime within a commercially acceptable time period. Infrared spectroscopy with attenuated total reflectance accessory (FTIR-ATR) was used to follow chemical modifications that occur on the material surface as a consequence of degradation process. While non-stabilized ABS samples loose the butadiene component in the first 22 h of exposure, in stabilized samples submitted to same accelerated conditions this component only disappears after 150 h of exposure. Non-stabilized and stabilized ABS samples present a similar yellowing behavior, a gradually increase with exposure time. Nevertheless, as expected, color modifications are less pronounced for stabilized ABS samples. The results obtained suggest that a better performance was achieved for stabilized ABS samples with Tinuvin P and Chimassorb 119 FL, which is very important to extend the copolymer lifetime.