Hyundai 2013 Accent is pushing forward for good gas mileage, loads of new features, and a comfortable interior and brings a special spin than what’s being wagered in the Chevy Spark, or even the Ford Fiesta. The Accent goes back to the idea that reasonableness and good old economic accountability are exceptionally attractive qualities in this new car.
The 2013 Hyundai Accent will never back down against most of its competition, including the Ford Fiesta, the Honda Fit, Nissan Versa, Chevy Sonic and Toyota Yaris. The Hyundai Accent has a more styling advantage, provided we’re talking about the five-door hatchback, while the four-door is fine and a little formal. Combining the typical hatchback outline with the cues and details that have become Hyundai’s first real design signature. Cabin design is even superior, with nice low-gloss plastics and streamlined controls that in total give the Accent more presence in a very reasonable price.
The 2013 Hyundai Accent has enhanced its acceleration, ride smoothness, and easy handling for the competition of this type of car, and credit to a fuel-stingy direct-injection engine, it reaches a lofty goal of 40 mpg highway for all models, whether you prefer the light-touch clutch version or the clean-shifting, or Sport-moded automatic.
The Hyundai Accent’s interior is spacious for a subcompact type of car, even compared to the Honda Fit. Even tall passengers will be able to find adequate head and legroom space in the front seats. Hatchback Accents’ have about 8 cubic feet of storage space for loading extra cargos, and both Accents have big gloveboxes and bins and trays smartphones, energy drinks, and toll change. All the airbags and electronic assists are present in the Accent, though no official safety scores are in.
The Hyundai Accent earns respect with regular stability control, which is compulsory in all cars for the year 2012 and curtain airbags. The company considers Bluetooth a safety feature, and its available or standard on two of three Accents trim levels–and it’s recommended. The IIHS gives it excellent scores for front and rear impact defense, but only an acceptable grade for side impacts–and the NHTSA grades it at four stars overall, noting that the rear door met a four-star standard, but intruded more than usual. It’s also leaving leather upholstery and navigation systems to the competition, but the base Accent GLS sedan does come with that safety equipment as well as tilt steering. Those are available in packages, along with a USB port, satellite radio and power features. The base Accent GS hatchback has more features than the price-leading sedan, and the SE bundles most of the features in as standard equipment, while still topping out at just under. It’s no longer the least-expensive new car you can buy–the 2012 Hyundai Accent is a much bigger, better and a best buy for your money.
The Hyundai Accent has replaced its production of ordinary, somewhat copied designs with innovative ones that are enterprising and creative, with a unique, exceptional machine. With some of the brand’s swoopy ‘fluidic sculpture’ design cues and well-sculpted sheetmetal, the Accent is quite handsome.
The 2013 Hyundai Accent is powered by the 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine make a best-in-class 138 horsepower and a highly regarded 123 pound-feet of torque; acceleration is about standard with zero-to-60 times faster than about ten seconds. Rev it above 3,500 rpm and you can extract much more from it.
The Accent’s both six-speed transmissions, manual or automatic, do an excellent job in creating the most of the engine’s power. The six-speed automatic has an ActiveEco function to go together with its sport-shift mode; choose Eco and those upshifts come speedily. With last year’s revamp came a much-needed chassis rethink, and with more nuanced suspension tuning and a new lightweight body structure (about 2,400 pounds) the Accent feels more elegant. The design includes twin-tube shocks and a stabilizer bar for the front struts, while the rear suspension sticks with the classic torsion-beam setup. Ride with quality, with this short-wheelbase vehicle, its an everyday car with lots to offer. It drives excellent on highways even city streets, it surely is has better ride quality than before, and compared to its rival cars.