The 2013 Hyundai Accent is the smallest economy offering from the Hyundai brand. There’s nothing economy about this model, as it doesn’t cut any corners on the way to being one of the best values on the road today. You’ll get great styling, tremendous fuel economy and a long list of features.
Style-wise, the Accent takes a lot of cues from its bigger brothers the Elantra and Sonata. Like those vehicle, the Accent features Hyundai’s Fluidic Sculptured design. The aerodynamic shape that is the trademark of Hyundai features the long, thin swooping headlights and the crease down the side that is absolutely gorgeous. The Accent offers a great collection of stylish colors as well, as it is available in 9 exterior colors and 5 separate fabric and color choices.
2013 Hyundai Accent is among four cars voted as best low money new cars.
AutoTrader says the Honda Fit, Ford Fiesta, Hyundai Accent and Kia Soul are among the best new cars with low monthly payments.
AutoTrader was looking for the best new models with payments under $300 per month. Using the a formula that includes 6% sale tax, 10 percent down and national average interest rates and loan terms, AutoTrader considers these models to be top:
The Hyundai Elantra is one of the best cars under $20K, according to Consumer Reports.
Consumer Reports says the Hyundai Elantra and Hyundai Accent are among the best cars under $20K. The report, set to come out in the April edition of Consumer Reports, shouldn’t be a surprise to those already behind the wheel.
The Hyundai Elantra may be the best car on the road today, considering everything you get and the price you pay. At less than $20k, the Elantra still comes with Bluetooth, plug-ins for your iPod and iPhone, cruise, power locks and windows and a ton of other features. The Elantra also may be the most stylish car on the road. All Elantra models have the stylish leading lines down the side.
Even as we start getting 2013 models on the lot, we cannot overlook what a great year our 2012 models had. If you’re still in the market for one of those vehicles, you are in luck, as Ford, Honda, and Hyundai models were voted the most improved cars for 2012 by Forbes Magazine.