Hyundai Accent gets revamped and improved for 2012 with a strong promise to give fierce competition in the sedan and hatchback categories. Having a distinct swoopy style noted to Hyundai’s exterior styling while having an interior that is even better, it is no wonder that the upgrades done to Hyundai Accent have been keeping consumers smiling. All in all, the 2012 Hyundai Accent boasts of a new engine, new gorgeous look inside and out, and a 5-door design to uplift versatility in this small sedan. If rich consumers were previously taking Accent for granted before due to having the lowest price tag in the market, that just might change for the 2012 Hyundai Accent. Automotive critics are betting any consumer would make a double take with this gorgeous new vehicle.
With today’s economy, it is no surprise that Hyundai decided to be frugal in choosing the new engine for the 2012 Accent. Now having a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine with direct fuel injection, the 2012 Hyundai Accent was able to go green while remaining performance worthy.
Environment-conscious consumers will rejoice as this vehicle gives off a cleaner emission with whopping EPA fuel economy ratings at 30/40 mpg city/highway. Acceleration goes without any problem but most reviewers prefer the automatic transmission that gives excellent power delivery and also comes with the “eco-mode” option for an even better fuel mileage.
Test drivers are satisfied with the way the 2012 Hyundai Accent delivers. It would most definitely be perfect for everyday driving around town and the suburbs with the power it delivers. Families would appreciate the stable and comfortable ride this vehicle provides.
Critics greatly commend the 2012 Hyundai Accent’s ability to stay secure even in broad and sweeping turns making this very suitable for almost every consumer who does not really crave drag-racing specifics but needs a vehicle companion for everyday duties in and out of town.