All-New 2012 Accent
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Hyundai Accent - Affordable Small Car
Purchasing a small car is no longer about making compromises. With the all-new 2012 Accent you get more space, style, and safety, while still getting best in class fuel-efficiency^ (gasoline engines only).
City driving never had it so good. There’s more space than ever before. With more interior volume than seems possible for a subcompact, there’s enough room for you, family, friends, and all your stuff. And with Accent’s best in class fuel-efficiency^(gasoline engines only), the cost of driving has never been this low.
Best of all, driving an Accent is fun. Take one look at the Accent, whether it's a 5-door Hatchback or 4-door Sedan, it’s clear a lot of care went into styling. Everything from the hexagonal grille to strong wheel arches have been completely redesigned to give the Accent a modern look while still keeping true to its fun-loving spirit.
The Accent’s emphasis on aerodynamics is based on Hyundai’s fluidic sculpture design principles. Even at rest, the Accent is a marvel to look at. Its dynamic lines with deep grooves create a sporty profile. Strong, defining wheel arches, and a distinctive hexagonal grille makes it look like it’s moving even while standing still.
The primary measure of a small car is fuel consumption, and the Hyundai Accent not only excels, it leads.^ With superior Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) engine technology, a first for its category, the Accent is able to precisely control the injection of fuel and delivers an impressive 138 horsepower, 123 lb-ft of torque and best-in-class 4.8L/100 km (AT) highway fuel economy^ (Gasoline engines only).
If it can make you go further, we’ve incorporated it: An offset crankshaft design, an electronic throttle control, and even low-rolling resistance silica tires that reduce friction with the road. It all adds up to greater fuel efficiency.
The 2012 Accent provides so much space in its sub-compact category that it’s actually classified as a compact car by Natural Resources Canada. It does so not by dramatically increasing its exterior dimensions, but by creatively maximizing its interior. There is more interior space in the Accent for the driver, passengers and cargo than seems possible. That means more space for you, family, friends,
and all your stuff.
It’s time you got everything you’ve asked in a small, sporty package. With Accent, you get it.
^Fuel economy comparison based on combined fuel consumption rating for the 2012 Accent L 6-speed Manual [City: 6.7/100km, Hwy: 4.9/100km, Combined: 5.9/100km] and 2011 Energuide combined fuel consumption ratings for the compact vehicle class.