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The 2016 Hyundai Accent is an Affordable and Dependable Sub-Compact

You can have a brand new car for a low, affordable price when you purchase the 2016 Hyundai Accent. If you are looking for an entry level car with sleek, elegant and modern lines, than the Accent is an ideal solution. The pricing on it is truly spectacular, coming in at only $14,757 for the sedan and slightly more for the hatchback. Hyundai has done an excellent job of designing a car that does not appear to be entry level, even though your bank account will confirm that it is. If your impressions of Hyundai’s were formed in the 1990s, it is time to give them a second look!

Why Drivers Love the 2016 Hyundai Accent

Beyond the affordability and amazing warranty, this model is better appointed than most of the competition. The interior features are more refined and elegant and not what you would expect in an entry level model. While some other brands have focused on price and drivability only, Hyundai has given drivers what they need, along with what they want. This is earning the Accent a reputation and a following among those looking for a great deal.

2016 AccentReviews and Awards for the 2016 Accent

The reviews for the Accent tend to focus around the benefits of the massive interior space. While no one expects to have a lot of room in a sub-compact, that is exactly what you will experience with this car and with the 2015 Hyundai Accent.

There is plenty of space and backseat passengers will feel entirely comfortable when going for a ride. This is important if you have a family, need to put your kids in a car seat or are driving people to work in the carpool. Even tall people will comfortably fit inside of this sub-compact.

When comparing the Accent to other entry level sub-compacts, the biggest difference you will find is that the interior is more well-appointed, may saying it is the best in its’ class. This can significantly improve your driving experience, especially if you are on the road a lot. That, along with the amount of room, makes it an excellent choice.

Top 2016 Accent Features

The Accent comes with optional features such as a Sport mode that is ideal for anyone wanting quicker performance. You can also upgrade the interior if you like and spring for features like integrated Bluetooth, a sunroof and a satellite radio. Standard features include:

  • Power everything so that you no longer have to manually lock your doors and windows.
  • Air conditioning to keep you cool.
  • Good stereo system with six speakers, improved for 2016.
  • 14 or 16” alloy wheels.
  • Projector-beam headlamps and fog lights (upgrade).
  • Excellent gas mileage at 27/38 mpg.
  • USB integration for your phone, tablet, etc.

Unique interior features:

  • Small storage bins for things like your phone and loose change.
  • Rear seat that folds completely down with a 60/40 split.
  • Sliding sun visors, making it easier to see when it’s bright out.
  • Blind spot mirror that is new since the 2015 Hyundai Accent.

Styling Features

The Accent looks incredibly modern thanks to fluid lines and an upgraded grille. The hatchback appears even sleeker than the sedan but both are aesthetically appealing. Inside the sleek and rounded dash is both good-looking and highly functional. Everything you need is easily accessible and at your fingertips, plus the interior design makes you feel as though you are in a much larger vehicle.

Bumper to Bumper Warranty

One of the best things about Hyundai is their bumper to bumper warranty. It truly is the best in its’ class, giving you a full warranty on anything that happens during the first five years or 50,000 miles. Given how affordable this car is, a warranty like this will give you confidence that the low price does not equal low quality. Far from it, the Accent is a dependable vehicle that just happens to be affordable.

The Accent is an Ideal Alternative to a Hybrid

If you are looking for a car with plenty of room, dependability, and most importantly good gas mileage, you may be considering a hybrid. There are multiple options to choose from but they tend to be more expensive. For many buyers, hybrids are simply too costly and the 2016 Hyundai Accent is an affordable alternative to that. With highway gas mileage at 38mpg, you can get closer to the gas mileage of a hybrid while saving thousands of dollars – a true win for buyers on a budget.