The Hyundai Accent Sedan's fuel efficiency is by far the best in its class, both for manual and automatic transmission.
The impressive engine power of the Hyundai Accent Sedan makes it a top-choice subcompact car.
Stylish-looking design, both elegant and sporty, that is intended for a futuristic look.
The subcompact design offers a surprisingly huge amount of room to accommodate five passengers and plenty of space for cargo.
The Hyundai Accent comes cheap for the base model features, but spending extra to get better features is worth it.
The 2012 Accent is packed with the best safety features, like the leading brake technology and 6 airbags, even for the base model.
The Hyundai Accent is a silent car; vibrations and noisy buzzes are minimal while inside the vehicle.
The Hyundai Accent may have the sporty look, but it is still intended for family driving. Driving it like a sports car won't give you the EPA numbers close to a sports car's performance.
The sculpted design is eye-catching, but is still not considered groundbreaking.
The Accent may be perfect for easy parking because of its compact size, but it is not ideal for long drives.
The Hyundai Accent's power steering is not as effective as that of its competitors; it mainly lacks self-centering effectiveness.
The steering wheel is noticeably thinner, which makes it feel breakable.
The Hyundai Accent limits the rear visibility, especially with the hatchback model.
The base model does not come with air conditioning or power windows, which are instead offered as optional upgrades.
The base seat interiors are rather firm compared to other subcompact competitors. Better material should have been used for improved durability.
There is no optional sunroof upgrade offered.