And next to some of the newest, hippest subcompacts like the Ford Fiesta or Mazda2, it's downright homely. Fuel economy ratings, however, are high. I received quick and knowledgeable service from George. All models include a 10-year, 100,000-mile limited powertrain warranty. Those with an eye for style as well as thrift may find more to like with the Accent then its newer, but pricier, rivals. I purchased this car new in 2011 now it's 2018 and I have had no problems at all.
Some reviewers said the front seats are cramped for taller passengers, while leg and knee space in the back is limited. The Accent sedan model is quite short and stubby from the outside, though the three-door looks a bit more stylish and sophisticated—especially for those who like the Euro-hatch look. I purchased this car new in 2011 now it's 2018 and I have had no problems at all. A Bluetooth hands-free interface is also sorely lacking from the 2011 Accent. The Toyota Yaris also has better safety ratings, as well as more standard safety features. As for resale, we expect the Accent to hold average five-year values, slightly higher than the and Chevrolet Aveo, but well below the Honda Fit and Toyota Yaris. For the most part, the Accent's interior feels cheap and cheerful in a most positive sense.
I average about 317 miles on a full tank. The Accent sedan model is quite short and stubby from the outside, though the three-door looks a bit more stylish and sophisticated—especially for those who like the Euro-hatch look. Its packaging still holds up very well; compared to most other vehicles in its class, there's great passenger and cargo space. All Accents come standard with front, side, and curtain airbags. However, seat space in the Accent could be a deal breaker for some. If an ultra-practical and affordable subcompact is your next vehicle purchase, you'll appreciate the 2011 Hyundai Accent's value, which includes numerous safety features, a long warranty and unusual availability of accessories. Despite its eight manual adjustments, the driver's seat did not provide a really comfortable position for us, and its rearward adjustment was insufficient for our longish legs.
A malfunctioning brake light switch may cause the brake lights to not illuminate when the brake pedal is depressed or may cause an inability to deactivate the cruise control by depressing the brake pedal. It is a great car for a college student or first-time driver. With the back seats down I. Other Cars to Consider Like the Accent, the comes in sedan and hatchback body styles, which both offer good fuel economy, but also come up a little short on cargo and passenger space. The Hyundai Accent's interior looks good and feels durable, especially from the driver's seat, though there's evidence of cost-cutting with respect to cubbies, trim, and the cargo area. Trim fit and attention to detail aren't up to the standards of Hyundai's latest industry-leading designs either, and seats are skimpy, but the controls and displays are simple and straightforward. Every door panel contains a bottleholder and storage pockets.
This subcompact car comes standard with six airbags and a 1. See for more information on Power Circle Ratings. Car is running smoothly and I will be back for all my service!!! Now I have to sell it and I am kinda sad. The best part is probably up front, with large wide-eyed headlamps, a full-width lower air intake and distinctive grilles — a body-color bar across the three-door models, a black-out pattern on the four-door. Visually, the Accent isn't very remarkable. However running costs are low, and the Accent has enough power for most commuting needs.
D Powers awarded the 2010 Accent top honors in its Initial Quality Survey for the sub-compact category. I brought my car in for service engine light. It is great on fuel and very roomy. All 2011 Hyundai Accent models remain powered by a 110-horsepower, 1. This recall is an expansion of 13V-113. It would be safe to project that next year's all-new Accent will get even better mileage. .
Brakes feel better than what you might expect for a vehicle of this price, but other tactile elements aren't quite there; the manual shift linkage is imprecise, floppy sidewalls on base models hamper response at times, and downshifts can be loud and jarring with the automatic. The 2011 Accent is available as a sedan or hatchback, which offers a bit more cargo space. First, car was priced very reasonable and was a great deal from the start with no going back and forth. Among the least-appealing items is the central swing-open bin that's shaped like an ashtray but isn't; the actual ashtray is an odd removable cup that sits atop the console. He kept me informed and did his best to get me my car back in a timely fashion. Hyundai expected oval themes inside still hit the mark, but they look and are five years or more behind the new look of the 2011 Hyundai Sonata and Elantra. Electronic stability control isn't available at all.
Up to five occupants can fit inside the Accent. The Accent packs more interior room into its stubby 159. By today's standards, that's on the slow side. The interior looks good and feels durable, especially from the driver's seat, though there's evidence of cost-cutting with respect to cubbies, trim, and the cargo area. While the 2011 Hyundai Accent looks a bit dated and isn't at all an exciting performer, its packaging still holds up very well; compared to most other vehicles in its class, there's great passenger and cargo space. A trend toward smaller, less expensive vehicles has brought a slew of new competitors to the field, including Korean partner Kia's Rio, Honda's Fit, Nissan's Versa, Toyota's Yaris, Ford's Fiesta and Chevrolet's Aveo. And with the deletion of last year's Accent Blue model, which added a host of fuel-saving extras and enabled a 37-mpg highway rating, the Accent's mileage has technically gone down a notch for 2011.
Introduced in 1994, the Hyundai Accent led U. Both models are inoffensively styled on the inside, but now looking very dated. And next to some of the newest, hippest subcompacts like the Ford Fiesta or Mazda2, it's downright homely. Unlike the Accent, the Ford Focus has good safety ratings and more standard safety features, all of which make the 2011 Focus a good choice for used car shoppers on a budget. One nice touch is a body-color protective molding along each side to fend off shopping carts and help prevent door dings. It is great on fuel and very roomy.