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2013 accent hatchback review

However, thats not saying the 2013 Hyundai Accent hatchback isn't one great little car, just that its one honour student in hatchback a class suddenly filled with top-scoring academics.
And don't forget Hyundai's prominent Freight and review Destination ding, at 1,495.
It begs to be driven like a race car and the review power really starts to come on strong very high in the rev range.
In terms of actual passenger space, the Accent's interior is vast for a subcompact.If you want auto and air-con you have to step up to the GL, and hand over 17,099.Theres still enough room in the back for the kids with the seats fully reclined and lets face it if youre planning on putting anyone bigger than that in the back on a regular basis, youre probably looking at the wrong type of car.Like we said off the top: The Hyundai Accent is a good car in a good segment.It pumps out 138 horses and 123 lb-ft of torque.At six feet and three inches tall Im no garden gnome, but review this is the first small car I have ever been in where if I put the seat back to its furthest position, I cant reach the pedals properly.It's more about fiscal responsibility and practicality, and in that way, it has a lot in common with the Nissan Versa, Honda Fit, and its mechanically related cousin, the Kia Rio.In real terms to the prospective buyer though, this means very little as the sporty SR 5-door Accent hatch is a well-balanced package of practicality mixed with good old fashion accent fun.At a price of 18,990 for the manual, it ticks review a lot of boxes and its as fun to drive as it is practical to own.While the four-door is fine-perhaps a little homely-the five-door nails it, mixing the usual hatchback profile with the cues and details that have become Hyundai's first real design statement.Also, the rear seats don't fold forward completely flat, and there is industrial-grade plastic back there, as well.Driving the SR Accent is only confirming what the figures show.The 6-speed manual cog swapper is smooth and effortless to shift, however first gear can sometimes be hard to find and often leads to accidental attempts at third gear take-offs.Of note: the driver armrests don't really work, and the general lack of soft touch materials of any kind in the 2013 Hyundai Accent GLS hatchback cabin is rather disheartening.It's also a foot or so drop into the cargo area, which makes it difficult to slide in larger accent items.Review continues below, the Accent earns respect with standard stability control (mandatory in all cars for 2012) and curtain airbags. It looks good, goes well, has great value hatchback and offers great efficiency in space and energy use.
Hatchbacks have about 8 cubic feet of storage space, but both Accents have big hatchback gloveboxes and bins and trays smartphones, energy drinks, and toll change.
The Honda Fit has more space, and much more versatility, but even tall passengers will be able to find enough head and legroom in the front seats.