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Reviews for the 2015 Hyundai Accent

The 2015 Hyundai Accent is an affordable and popular sub-compact car. Priced below what most people will pay for a slightly used car, the Accent provides drivers with the ability to purchase a new car that is backed by a bumper to bumper warranty, without going over budget.

This low-cost pricing is what has earned Hyundai a following among first time buyers, students, and families looking for a great deal. You can purchase your Accent as either a hatchback or a sedan and they start at only $14,757 for this year, similar to the 2014 Hyundai Accent.

Benefits of the 2015 Hyundai Accent

While an entry level car, the Accent comes equipped with features that make this sub-compact a pleasure to drive and highly convenient. Some of its’ top features are:

  • Remote entry so that you can unlock your car without the key.
  • Power accessories (no more rolling down the windows!).
  • Ability to haul large objects thanks to a rear seat that folds down with a 60/40 split.
  • USB integration.
  • Excellent sound system with six speakers.
  • 138 horsepower makes for a quick ride.

There are other optional features that you can add to make your experience slightly more luxurious. These include:

  • Alloy wheels that are 16”
  • Disc breaks in the rear.
  • An interior with improved finishes.
  • Bluetooth integration to make chatting on the go easier and safer.

By far, the best feature of the 2015 Accent is that it comes with one of the best warranties in the industry. The bumper to bumper warranty lasts for five years or 60,000 miles. This is an incredible deal and should give you peace of mind that while you are paying far less than you would with competing brands, you are still getting a reliable and dependable vehicle for the money.

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Hyundai manufactures vehicles that are fuel efficient and is known for doing so. The Accent continues along those lines offering drivers 27 mpg in the city and 38 on the highway. If you are looking for a commuter car that will get you further on a tank of gas, this truly is an excellent deal.

Given how little you pay to buy one, if you are trading in a gas guzzling model, you could be saving money every month, or at least breaking even while driving a brand new car. That’s pretty sweet.

2015 Hyundai Accent Reviews

The Car Connection gave the 2015 Accent a 7 out of 10 on their most recent review. It received top marks for having plenty of seating space for four adults. Typically, a sub-compact has a backseat that is incredibly tight, this is an important thing to note if you are buying a car for your family or plan on carpooling with coworkers. The cabin finish work and fit also received high marks and these upgrades are something that Hyundai has been focusing on in recent years.

The exterior appearance of the car has also been upgraded so that it seems sleeker and more modern than earlier models. This is incredibly beneficial if you like the price of the Hyundai but don’t want to feel as though you are driving a boring looking sedan. Bright colors and modern lines mean that you won’t have to. The downside of this model is that the headroom is slightly tighter, meaning that if you are a tall guy you may not fit as comfortably and there is no navigation system. However, if you are like many people and simply use Google Maps to navigate you, the lack of an official system is really not an issue.

The 2015 Hyundai Accent has a sleek and elegant design for an entry level car, pricing that makes it incredibly affordable, and all of the features that you need to have a comfortable ride!