The latter figure trumps most competitors. Both six-speed transmissions, manual or automatic, do a fine job in making the most of the engine's power. The 6-speed automatic transmission returns virtually the same great fuel efficiency as the 6-speed manual: 7. The car lacks a good traction system that could make maneuvering difficult and uncomfortable, while it is equipped with standard steering features that may not allow for sharp turns or sudden jerky movements. Model value: A sister vehicle to the Kia Rio, the Hyundai Accent is a subcompact available as either a sedan or a hatchback. Its grace in style and unique designing is reestablished where a set of elegant halogen headlights and a well-carved hood with depth engraving in the center play their parts.
We consider Bluetooth a safety feature, and it's available or standard on two of three Accent trim levels--and it's recommended. Six airbags in all are standard on the 2013 Hyundai Accent, including side and side-curtain bags; so are anti-lock brakes and stability control. However, both testing parties had pointed out that the Accent lacked adequate protection during a side-collision. The new-generation of subcompacts add another level to their positive position: subcompacts are no longer penalty boxes. MacPherson Struts are used in front and a torsion beam suspension is used in the rear. On sedans, the stubby trunk cuts short the curves of the roofline a bit soon, but the trapezoidal frame around the grille and the shoulder lines carved and honed into the Accent's flanks accumulate into an authentic Hyundai design thesis.
The default body kit found on this model of the Accent is gallant, in that it is able to reveal the carefully sculpted curves and creases embellished at various parts of the design. It would seem at first glance that both trims are cramped and restricted, but once inside, the compact vehicle gives the impression of being rather spacious. The 2013 Hyundai Accent may not be able to impress the car enthusiast in way of safety. Add the Premium package, and you get steering-wheel audio controls, Bluetooth, cruise control, fog lights, rear disc brakes, and 16-inch wheels. Unlike in most new cars, the steering wheel doesn't adjust telescopically, but it does tilt. Low cushions in the back seat allow knees to go upward and avoid much contact with the front seats, although it won't be a comfortable position for adults to be in for hours on end. It works through six-speed transmissions.
Only the Versa, currently offered as a redesigned sedan and an outgoing four-door hatchback, broke the 100,000-unit sales barrier in 2012, and was followed by the Chevrolet Sonic and Hyundai Accent. All 2013 trims come standard with 4-wheel antilock brakes. Your more than welcomed to come test drive it if you can provide your license. Inclusive of a unique exterior style, this version offers upgrades to the interior quality with enhanced standard, as well as some added features. The interior is nicely turned out, with a style you will recognize from the Elantra, Sonata, etc.
The Accent comes with a choice of 6-speed manual gearbox or 6-speed automatic. Well-equipped in standard form, the Accent has an impressive 92. However, the folded seat backs rest about three inches above the level of the cargo floor, making loading bulky or heavy items a chore. Hatchbacks have about 8 cubic feet of storage space, but both Accents have big gloveboxes and bins and trays smartphones, energy drinks, and toll change. The simpler center stack of controls isn't as shapely as the one in the Elantra, but avoids the slanted, fashion-victim look of the Ford Fiesta, and it leaves plenty of room for tall drivers' knees. The upthrusts of the taillamps are particularly strong details, wrapping around the hatchback and summing up the styling like punctuation. With outstanding value and loads of standard features, the Accent is definitely worth consideration.
Many friends and family members remarked on how sharp-looking this tester was. The audio controls on the steering wheel could also be better demarcated for intuitive operation. What the 2013 Hyundai Accent may lack in safety and traction, it makes up for in stability and unique design. It pumps out 138 horses and 123 lb-ft of torque. The automatic features a Shiftronic manual-shifting mode, allowing the driver more control over shifting. The 2013 Hyundai Accent sedan and hatchback can be configured with a manual or an automatic transmission, with a standard or a sporty suspension, and with smaller or larger wheels. While the Accent does have large side mirrors, which helps, it doesn't offer a rearview camera or blind-spot monitors.
The simpler center stack of controls isn't as shapely as the one in the Elantra, but avoids the slanted, fashion-victim look of the Ford Fiesta, and it leaves plenty of room for tall drivers' knees. Subscription link for my Channel: Thanks for watching and stay tuned!!! Inclusive of a large rear bumper with its unusual detailing and the taillights with a protruding sharp curve that runs across the center of the hatch, the rear view of the hatchback trim does in fact give an impression of a futuristic vehicle, almost alien. But the new Accent has so far been a bit of a disappointment. It's responsive but not quick, smooth by subcompact standards but not luxurious. Relative to the previous generation, the Accent sedan is 3. Fuel economy is also impressive, averaging 28 mpg in the city and 37 mpg on the highway, thanks in part to special low rolling.
The four-door Accent hatchback is 10 inches shorter than the sedan, though both cars ride the same 101. It looks good, goes well, has great value and offers great efficiency in space and energy use. Only has minor scrapes in the back bumper and front bumper and left door handle as you can see in the pictures, driver seat had a very small gash that has been fixed. On manual-transmission models, there is an EcoShift indicator between the instrument pods to indicate the proper gear for all driving conditions. S: To find a video of a certain model in my channel, just write the brand and model name in the search bar above, or have a look in my playlists.
Everything in the cabin is intuitive and easy to operate. I can provide a history report and a recent Smog check report and vehicle inspection. This i10 four-door hatchback looks promising - for European customers, that is. With flowing lines and highly sculpted sheetmetal the Accent looks like a smaller version of the Elantra. Star Star Star No-Star No-Star Korean giant has set forth another shimmering piece of metal that will compete for the spotlight amongst other commercial cars in its segment. It's also a foot or so drop into the cargo area, which makes it difficult to slide in larger items.