2013 Hyundai Accent Reviews, Pictures and Prices | U.S. News Best Cars

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Hyundai Accent

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The Hyundai Accent ranks 11 out of 40 Small Cars. This is based on our analysis of published and test drives of the Hyundai , as well as reliability and safety

The 2013 Hyundai Accent is

Auto writers say that the Hyundai Accent offers fuel economy, as well as a list of standard features and interior space for its size.

The Hyundai Accent comes a four-cylinder engine, and some drivers note that the is more powerful than subcompact cars. Still, critics write that the Accent could use more for highway merging. A six-speed transmission is standard, though reviewers prefer the available automatic, which earns for its refined nature and prompt

The EPA reports that the Accent 28/37 mpg city/highway with transmission, which is pretty for the class. While some write that the Accent the agility of rivals like the Fiesta and Honda Fit. note that it’s to drive, with composed and a comfortable ride.

Reviewers note that the Accent offers an attractively-designed especially for the price. While test drivers say that are too many hard plastic inside the Accent, others that it offers a refined with good build The Accent’s front seats plenty of head- and legroom, some test drivers say the lack of a telescoping steering can make it difficult to find a driving position.

Sedan and models both offer a amount of cargo space for the and the Accent also comes more standard features many subcompact cars. windows and door locks, air and a six-speaker stereo with a USB are standard on the base 2013 Available features include entry, cruise control and

It’s not the bargain-basement transport it to be, but Accent does offer a combination of room, refinement, and performance for the money. There is one caveat, and it’s a big one. car does not deliver great economy. — Consumer With handsome styling, strong performance and solid quality, the 2013 Hyundai stands tire-to-tire with the in a competitive class. — Fresh from its complete last year, the 2013 Accent clearly displays the car manufacturer’s ability to inject styling and innovative technology an affordable, fuel efficient and package. — Kelley Book Thanks to products as Accent, Hyundai is offering value for the money. Compare car’s legroom, equipment and points to its chief competitors, and the works out in Accent’s favor. Popular Mechanics (2012)

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If you a more agile small test drive the Mazda2. reviewers say that precise, steering makes the Mazda2 one of the handlers in the class.

The 2013 Hyundai Accent five and has front-wheel drive. A four-cylinder engine and six-speed transmission are standard, while a automatic transmission is optional. The is offered as a sedan or hatchback, and in three trims: GLS (sedan), GS and SE (hatchback). The Accent was fully in 2012, and sees few changes for the model year.

As a result, this overview applicable research and reviews 2012 and 2013.

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Last Updated: 10/8/13

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