A Brief Look At The Hyundai Accent 2013
We See Why Many Will Choose The Hyundai Accent 2013
I am continually impressed with Hyundai, not by their styling but by what all they are delivering with their cars for 2013. The Hyundai Accent 2013 remains the introductory Hyundai but if you are looking for a car that can get you from point A to point B efficiently and with the backing of a long term warranty then this is the car you need to think about. The compact class for 2013 is a tough one that we have seen being fought by several manufacturers. One of the least expensive is the 2013 Nissan Versa as it is actually less expensive the Hyundai Accent 2013. The Nissan Versa is a great car and is also a great choice but if you keep your cars for more than 36,000 miles then you might want to price these two competitors while taking into consideration the cost of an extended warranty with the purchase of the Nissan Versa. The Hyundai Accent 2013 offers a 60,000 or 60 month full warranty on their cars and a 100,000 mile powertrain warranty or 120 Months after that. This should help give you peace of mind if you are a commuter that fears being stranded on the road somewhere with a car that is out of warranty.
Hyundai Accent 2013 Specs That We Care About
With the Hyundai Accent 2013 you get a choice between 4-door sedan or 5-door hatchback and a standard engine that delivers a decent 138 Hp connected to a 6-speed manual or optional 6-speed automatic. The EPA Mileage states that the Hyundai Accent 2013 gets 30MPG City and 40MPG Hwy. This gives the Hyundai an advantage over many other competitors especially in this class. This however is no match for the Hyundai Accent CRDi 2013 model that will be sold in Australia that gets around 60MPG’s hwy. So yes once again the Americans miss out on some sweet diesel mileage. With the Chevy Cruze Turbo Diesel coming out we should hopefully see more manufacturers bringing us these hyper-mile-ers over to the states so we can spend less on our fuel costs as well.
Thoughts On The Hyundai Accent 2013
All in all the Hyundai Accent 2013 looks to be a good buy for price and what all you get with it. It’s not a particularly fun car and I am not a fan of the looks but it will get the job done and get you where you need to go for years to come. So we shall see what becomes of the mileage race and see just how efficient our cars can become. If you still have your doubts about the Hyundai Accent 2013 or simply just the Hyundai name then get on an unbiased blog and ask around to other Hyundai owners and see how they feel about their cars and the warranties that come with them. If you have anything to add to the Hyundai Accent 2013 then feel free to write to us in the comment section below.