2019 Hyundai Accent Limited Sedan Automatic Review: Price, Specs & Features
The Hyundai Accent is a small, four-door subcompact sedan. It’s the smallest Hyundai available in the U.S. and the least expensive.
With the newly revamped Accent, Hyundai has one of the bigger sedans in its class, although it’s not very exciting to drive.
The Accent is a competitor for vehicles such as the Honda Fit, Ford Fiesta, Kia Rio, and Chevrolet Sonic.
The recently redesigned Accent adopts a new shape that mimics that of the bigger Sonata and Elantra sedans. It shares their six-sided grille, has a similar roofline, and a contoured dash that bears a strong family likeness. No hatchback model has emerged yet in this new generation—though the similar Kia Rio emerged new in 2018 with both sedan and hatchback body styles.
A 130-horsepower inline-4 powers the new 2,500-pound Accent. It’s paired with either a 6-speed automatic or a 6-speed manual. The front-strut and rear torsion-beam suspension are matched with electric power steering, front disc brakes (all discs on more expensive models) and 15- or 17-inch wheels and tires.
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