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2013 Hyundai Accent Overview

Hyundai's small car underwent few changes for 2013, which is not surprising given the well-received overhaul the Accent debuted only a model year earlier. Two body styles are offered: a four-door sedan available in one trim, GLS, and a five-door hatchback available in two, GS and SE. The latter of the hatchback trims features more standard options and a higher MSRP. For consumers wanting similar options to the SE, but equipped on the sedan, there is a “Premium Package” available for the GLS.

The most notable difference between the two body-styles is the amount of cargo space, with the hatchback having significantly more. However, both versions are dressed with a sporty, eye-catching exterior. The 1.6L DOHC Inline-4 engine - standard on all trims - is not for thrill seekers yet still provides sufficient power. The standard six-speed manual transmission and available six-speed automatic both achieve an impressive 37 MPG on the highway. Some new standards for 2013 include air-conditioning, keyless-entry, heated side mirrors and USB/Auxiliary ports. Though not new, the 10-year/100,000 mile limited powertrain warranty is the longest in the segment.

Before the 2012 redesign, the Accent was considered the low-priced alternative to other cars providing more bang-for-your-buck like the Ford Fiesta and Honda Fit. Yet the newest generation of Accents has upped the ante when it comes to value and made the Hyundai a legitimate competitor in the compact segment. Advantages found in the Fit and Fiesta includes sportier handling and a higher quality of interior materials. The Chevrolet Sonic, like the Accent, is available in sedan and hatchback body-style. Unlike the Accent, the Sonic’s base trim is not equipped with a USB port or satellite radio.

For those interested in a new compact car, whatever the price range, this Hyundai is a great option. With outstanding value and loads of standard features, the Accent is definitely worth consideration.