Stylish and Performing: Here Comes 2013 Accent

By | October 17, 2012

Hyundai Accent

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If you’re on the market for an affordable but stylish hatchback, Hyundai Accent is one of the most reliable options currently available.

Following the successful tradition of Hyundai Excel, the first front wheel drive car ever created by the South Korean carmaker, Hyundai Accent first was commercialised in 1994 and has since then gone through different generations and styles, reaching its fourth generation in 2010.

As part of this latest series of Accents, the 2013 edition incorporates all the latest features available for the most advanced city cars without forgetting the comfort and size of a hatchback, something that makes it a great option for the whole family and demanding drivers alike.

With four and five door options available, this car can count on captivating lines which make it a strong rival even for more famous competitors such as Toyota Yaris and Ford Fiesta.

Under the bonnet lies perhaps Accent’s most prominent feature, the engine which has better highway fuel efficiency than any other car of this class with only 40 MPG. The 1.6L Gamma GDI engine boasts 138 horsepower and a Dual Continously Variable Valve Timing to provide more torque and a 6-speed Shiftronic automatic transmission coming as an option.

Coming with three possible trims, GLS, GS and SE, there’s something for everyone even in Accent’s most basic versions. Starting from the GLS sedan you’ll be surprised to find standard audio system with satellite radio, CD player, USB port, air conditioning, heated side mirrors and steering-wheel-mounted controls. Going top of the line with the five-door SE, 16-inch wheels, fog lamps and sport steering are all there to make the driving experience even more exciting.

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