2013 Hyundai AccentCL D - Hyattsville, MD06/27/2016
I love the hatchback look (this is actually the second Hyundai Accent hatchback that I've owned), the gas mileage, the space in the interior and backseat, that the seats fold down, and that it's ready for bluetooth. Plus my husband who is 6'4" fits with no trouble, which is always a plus. It's an overall reliable and dependable car, a far cry from the Fiat I traded in for it. There are only 3 real downsides I've found:
1. No heated seat option
2. No sunroof
3. I had to get a special cord off amazon to play music through the speakers from my cell phone (bluetooth for phone calls doesn't require that).
2008 Hyundai AccentFezz - Los Angeles, CA04/28/2009
When I saw the car I fell in love with it. It looks great. It's really comfortable, of course for a 4 cylinder you don't get as much speed as you want but it's a great car!
High marks in every area.
2013 Hyundai AccentDiane Karagienakos - San Francisco, CA05/17/2015
I haven't had a car in years, so purchasing one as a big decision. Considering my budget and needs/wants, the list was narrowed down to Hyundai and a few other makes (all approved by my big brother!). Overall the Hyundai had it all: reliability, comfort, style, performance, safety, and a great price. This was an easy decision, and I am not disappointed.
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