2012 Hyundai Accent – Sedan | New Car Review | AutoTrader.com

2012 Hyundai Accent – Sedan | New Car Review | AutoTrader.com

The 2012 Hyundai Accent brings style, upscale features, a robust engine and outstanding fuel economy to the entry-level marketplace. Compare cars, read revie…

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Mugwump Kwingwaage says:

Its a good car, especially at that price and warranty.

ladyyuna2000 says:

Cute Hyundai accent but it doesn’t have cupholder in the back

Kevin Walker says:

dealbreaker

Claudía Lisbette Zakrajsek says:

Pretty good little car. I’d buy this over the Honda Fit or Toyota Yaris any
day.

Claudía Lisbette Zakrajsek says:

Well I only like sedans. And seeing as though Yaris is only a hatchback –
this would be the logical choice for me personally x

AutoTrader.com says:

Hyundai offers a 5-year/60,000-mile new vehicle warranty — what’s often
referred to as the “bumper-to-bumper” warranty (although there are actually
some limits to what they cover during that period — for instance the
stereo is only covered for 3 years/36,000 miles; this is pretty typical for
new car warranties). Hyundai also offers a 10-year/100,000 mile powertrain
warranty, which primarily covers the engine and transmission.

Fedor Flierman says:

Ugly car

TheMetalmachine467 says:

138 hp peppy lol

NeutralGenericUser says:

This over Yaris? LOL…Good luck with that.

AutoTrader.com says:

So after the first 5 years/60,000 miles only the powertrain is covered for
another 5 years/40,000 miles — but that does tend to be the most expensive
parts of the car to fix or replace.

klouds143 says:

10 year 100,000? thought it was 5 for 100,000?

David Halifax says:

I’d rather get a ‘basic’ sub-compact car such as the Accent that gets me
from point A to B and not be tied down with large car payments.

xoquixxoqafxo says:

LOL DID THEY REALLY JUST USE YARIS AND FUN IN THE SAME SENTENCE?

noscrub bub says:

cute couple

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