Equipped with a 1.6 Li GDI Gamma I4 engine, Hyundai's 2012 Accent Sedan model is, by far, the leader in subcompact car models when it comes to fuel efficiency. The car is equipped with 16 valve 4 cylinder direct injection engine technology that reduces the engine emissions, while increasing the output power-up to 123 torque and 138 horsepower-giving the Accent a superior fuel economy rating. The 2012 Hyundai Accent Sedan fuel economy rating is a surprising 30-city/40-highway-mpg, which is an 18% improvement to its class. The fuel rating is the same for both the 6-speed manual transmission and the automatic transmission.
With the desire to introduce a sporty subcompact car, the 2012 Hyundai Accent Sedan exterior design resembles that of a luxurious, sporty car, with the fluid design sculpted with deep lines and dynamic curves while maintaining an elegant look. The 14" steel wheels and projector beam lights adds to the sporty look.
The 2012 Hyundai Accent Sedan may look small on the outside, but the inside is a spacious cabin and plenty of room even for tall passengers. The five-seated sedan is not just comfortable when it comes to space, it also offers convenience with the hands-free Bluetooth phone system connectivity, and easy to read instrument panel. The Hyundai Accent comes with an AM/FM audio system and iPod connectivity using the standby USB port. All 2012 Hyundai Accent Sedan basic models are equipped with safety features like six airbags, Electronic Stability Control, Vehicle Stability Management, Traction Control System, and top-of-the-line brake technology.