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2015 Hyundai Accent

At a Glance

Pricing $14,745 - $16,450
Drive Types FWD
Engines 1.6l I4
Transmissions A6, M6
Fuel Economy 26-27 (city), 36-37 (highway)

Our Ratings

Velocity Index 55
Style 2 stars out of 5
Utility 2 stars out of 5
Livability 5 stars out of 5
Value 5 stars out of 5
Fun 2 stars out of 5

Overview Information

The Accent is Hyundai's entry level model and is available as either a sedan or five-door wagon. The front-wheel-drive sedan is powered by a 138-bhp 4-cylinder engine offered with either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission. The six-speed transmissions, direct injection and low rolling resistance tires help the Accent achieve an EPA rating of 28/37 (City / Hwy). When configured with an optional package, the Accent includes alloy wheels, air conditioning, power windows, power locks, and keyless entry for around $17,000 which makes the Accent one of the best values on the market. Ironically, Hyundai's comprehensive lineup of sedans also includes the larger Elantra which offers similar equipment and fuel economy for about $1000 more.

Official Word:

The 2013 Accent continues Hyundai's mission to defy convention by offering extraordinary value and class-above features to subcompact car shoppers. Now in its second year of production, Accent adds even more standard equipment and offers new class-above comfort features to satisfy shoppers in this hot segment. Heated side mirrors, remote keyless entry and air conditioning are now standard on all 2013 Accent trims. Accent SE's side mirrors have been upgraded with turn signal indicators for an...Read.

Model/Trim/Package EL Engine MPG VjI Base Price
Accent SE 1 1.6l I4 (138-bhp) M6 FWD 27/37/32 48 $14,745
Accent SE 1 1.6l I4 (138-bhp) A6 FWD 26/36/30 48 $15,745
Accent Value Edition Popular 2 1.6l I4 (138-bhp) A6 FWD 26/36/30 55 $16,450

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