The 2013 Accent is a 4-door, 5-passenger SF, available in 3 trims, ranging from the GLS 4-Door to the SE 5-Door.... More Info
Upon introduction, both trims are equipped with a standard 1.6-liter, I4, 138-horsepower engine that achieves 28-mpg in the city and 37-mpg on the highway. A 6-speed m transmission with overdrive is standard, and a 6-speed a transmission with overdrive is optional. hide
Popular Trim: GLS 4-Door
About Hyundai Accent
The 2013 Accent is a 4-door, 5-passenger SF, available in 3 trims, ranging from the GLS 4-Door to the SE 5-Door.
Upon introduction, both trims are equipped with a standard 1.6-liter, I4, 138-horsepower engine that achieves 28-mpg in the city and 37-mpg on the highway. A 6-speed m transmission with overdrive is standard, and a 6-speed a transmission with overdrive is optional.
Pros Overall value and performance.
Purchased as New
Almost two years and 60,00 miles later, everything has been great, even impressive. The highest hwy economy was 56.9. It only happened once, but it showed me what this car can do. Most of the hwy driving I do nets 46-52 mpg. City driving is completely different. The worst ever was 19.9 mpg and the best at 38. The trick is leaving Eco mode on in D and driving conservatively for the best economy. Also I put this car through the paces. Sometimes I drive in Shiftronic with Eco mode off and it's great. There's been some incidents and the safety is first rate. My passengers and I were saved. The car is very strong (metal impact zones). There are times when the cargo and interior capacity is maxed out and overall it still performs great. The warranty is great. One issue was fixed in the first 40,000 miles and it was easily covered and replaced. It was a very minor fix. I like this car so much I'm considering a 2014 (new LED front lights, blind-spot mirror, telescoping steering wheel, reconfigured media display auto up driver window, illuminated window buttons, sun shade pulls). Either a sedan again or maybe an SE hatch which has even more features or a new Kia Rio (same mechanically but with many more options). The Accent is the best in its class for overall value. It's been the first Hyundai I've purchased and I'll buy more....MoreHide
Pros Great trasportation; reasonable price; fair financing 3.2%
Cons Lack of spare possibly; nothing else. (Nice design)
Purchased as New
After purchase, on a 4000 mile trip. No complaints; drove well; good mileage; peppy when needed; relatively comfortable. Note: we came out of a 2003 Jag, so we know comfort! As retirees, very pleased!
Pros Great fuel economy Ton of safety features
Cons Can be a little slugish at take off when eco button in on
Purchased as New
I love this car !! Great fuel economy
Plenty of room up front. I'm 6'4 and 350lbs and have room to spare in this car!!
Lots of bells and whistles for a low cost car
.Safety Air bags all around come standard
10 year !00000 mile warranty and 5 years roadside assistant means worry free driving...MoreHide
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