Used Car - 2010 Hyundai Accent in Garland, Tx

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    About This 2010 Hyundai Accent 
    Vehicle Location:
    Garland, Tx
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    Exterior Color:
     White (White)
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    Front Wheel Drive
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    Fuel Economy Estimates
    City MPG
    Fuel Efficient Vehicle 30+ MPG
    Highway MPG
    Combined MPG: 31 - Efficient 30+ MPG
    Estimated Monthly Fuel Cost: $76.21*
    *Based on $1.89 per gallon and 15k miles per year.
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    Vehicle Options:

    • 14 X 5.5' Steel Wheels W/full Wheel Covers
    • Black Grille W/chrome Accents
    • Body-color Body-side Molding
    • Body-color Bumpers
    • Body-color Door Handles
    • Body-color Rear Garnish
    • Body-color Side Mirrors
    • Compact Spare Tire
    • P185/65r14 Tires
    • Tinted Glass W/sunshade Band
    • Variable-intermittent Windshield Wipers
    • 12v Aux Pwr Outlet & Cigarette Lighter
    • 60/40 Split-folding Rear Bench Seat -inc: Adjustable Head Restraints
    • Air Conditioning
    • Assist Grips
    • Cabin Air Filter
    • Driver Armrest
    • Dual Illuminated Vanity Mirrors W/covers
    • Front Center Console W/dual Cupholders
    • Front Map Pockets
    • Front Passenger Seat Back Pocket
    • Illuminated Glove Compartment
    • Illumination -inc: Dome Light I/p Switch Illumination Cargo Area Light
    • Instrumentation -inc: Odometer Trip Odometer Tachometer Fuel Level Digital Clock
    • Map Lights W/sunglass Holder
    • Rear Center Armrest W/dual Cupholders
    • Rear Coat Hook
    • Rear Seat Heat Ducts
    • Rear Window Defroster
    • Reclining Front Bucket Seats -inc: 6-way Manual Adjustable Driver Seat W/height Adjust Adjustable Headrests
    • Remote Trunk & Hood Release
    • Velour Full Floor Carpeting
    • Warning Chimes -inc: Key-in-ignition Door Ajar Seatbelt
    • Warning Lights -inc: Oil Pressure Battery Door Ajar Brake Check Engine
    • 1.6l Dohc Mpi Cvvt 16-valve I4 Engine
    • 4-speed Automatic Transmission W/od
    • Coupled Rear Torsion Beam -inc: Coil Springs Gas Shocks
    • Front Disc/rear Drum Brakes
    • Front Stabilizer Bar
    • Front Wheel Drive
    • Macpherson Strut Front Suspension -inc: Coil Springs Gas Shocks
    • Pwr Rack & Pinion Steering
    • Am/fm/xm Audio System W/cd/mp3 Player -inc: (6) Speakers Ipod/usb/aux Input Jacks
    • Integrated Am/fm/xm Roof-mounted Micro Antenna
    • 3-point Rear Seatbelts
    • Bodyside Reinforcements
    • Driver & Front Passenger Airbags
    • Driver & Front Passenger Side-impact Airbags
    • Energy-absorbing Steering Column
    • Front & Rear Crumple Zones
    • Front Seatbelts -inc: Pretensioners Load Limiters Adjustable Shoulder Belts
    • Front/rear Outboard Roof Mounted Head Curtain Airbags
    • Hood Buckling Creases & Safety Stops
    • Lower Anchors & Upper Tether Anchors Outboard (latch)
    • Occupant Classification System
    • Rear Door Child Safety Locks
    • Shift Interlock System
    • Tire Pressure Monitoring System

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    2010 Hyundai Accent Review

    This car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale.
    2010 Hyundai Accent
    Lots of features, excellent fuel economy, low price.


    The Hyundai Accent is roomy, comfortable, well-appointed and practical. Beyond those qualities, it is also commendably fuel-efficient and offered at a very attractive price. For the buyer looking for a strong value for the money in an economical small car, it would be hard to beat the Accent.


    Power for the Accent comes from a clean and sophisticated 1.6-liter double overhead-cam engine, featuring variable valve timing and delivering 110 horsepower and 106 pound-feet of torque; it is available with either a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission. Perhaps more important, the Accent offers EPA-rated fuel economy numbers of 28 mpg City/34 mpg Highway with the manual transmission, and 27/36 mpg with the automatic.


    At the same time, the Accent offers a generous list of safety features. Six airbags (front, seat-mounted side-impact, and side-curtain) are standard on all models; antilock brakes with electronic brake-force distribution are optional on the sedan and standard on the sporty SE coupe. The Accent is one of the least expensive cars on the market with these important safety features.


    For 2010, Hyundai Accent offers some worthwhile changes and enhancements. All 2010 models have notably improved fuel economy. A new Blue edition, offering a lower price and even better fuel economy, is added to the line. Standard equipment now includes iPod/USB ports and blue backlit gauges; and steering-wheel audio controls, cruise control and sunroof on the SE trim level. There is also the availability of steering-wheel audio controls on the GLS and ABS on the GS.


    We think people in the market for a small, practical, and thrifty car should consider the Hyundai Accent alongside the best from the Japanese name brands. A generous five-year/60,000-mile basic warranty with roadside assistance and a 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty make the Accent a particularly good deal for anyone who does not want to buy a used car and intends to keep the vehicle for an extended period of time.


    The 2010 Hyundai Accent is available in two body styles and four trim levels: A basic GS coupe, a nicer GLS four-door sedan, a sporty SE coupe, and the value-priced and more economical Blue coupe. A 110-horsepower 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine powers all models. A five-speed manual transmission is standard, a four-speed automatic transmission is optional.


    The Accent GS coupe ($11,995) comes with cloth upholstery, six-way adjustable driver's seat, fold-down driver's armrest, center console with two cupholders, a recline feature for its split-folding (60/40) rear seat, a tilting steering column, tachometer, digital clock, two 12-volt power outlets, cabin air filtration, two-speed plus variable-intermittent windshield wipers, rear-window defroster, power steering, and P175/70R14 tires on steel wheels. There's no radio, but the GS does come with four speakers, so installing an aftermarket unit is relatively easy. It is also available with an automatic transmission ($12,995).


    Air conditioning is available as an option ($1,000). There is also a Premium Equipment Package ($1,550) that includes a six-speaker, AM/FM/XM/CD/MP3 stereo with an auxiliary input jack, power windows, power mirrors, power door locks with remote keyless entry, anti-lock brakes (ABS), and dual illuminated visor vanity mirrors.


    The Accent GLS sedan ($13,645) comes with air conditioning and the six-speaker stereo, along with illuminated vanity mirrors and 185/65R14 tires on 14-inch steel wheels. It is also available with the automatic ($14,645). The sedan's Premium Equipment Package ($1,050) adds anti-lock brakes with electronic brake-force distribution, power windows with driver's auto-down, power mirrors, power door locks, remote keyless entry, tilt wheel, cruise control, steering-wheel audio controls and an alarm with panic alert.


    The Accent SE coupe ($16,195) comes with a sport-tuned suspension, ABS with EBD, rear spoiler and wiper/washer, P205/45VR16 tires on five-spoke aluminum wheels, a sunroof, fog lights, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, metallic interior accents, power windows with express-down for the driver's-side window, seat-back pockets, and illuminated vanity mirrors. It is also available with the automatic transmission ($16,995).


    The value-priced Blue trim level is available only as a coupe ($9,970); the automatic transmission is not available. Air conditioning is optional ($1,000). The Blue coupe not only has a very low price, but also delivers the higher fuel economy numbers of 27 mpg/36 mpg City/Highway. The Blue edition has one of the highest MPG-per-dollar-of-price ratios in the industry, and it will be identified with unique Blue badging.


    In addition, Hyundai offers numerous port or dealer-installed accessories, including a cargo mat ($80), floor mats ($95), iPod cable ($35), mudguards ($85), and several other features and accessories.


    Safety features for all Accents include front seatbelt pre-tensioners along with six airbags: dual frontal, front-seat side-impact, and full-coverage side curtain. Head restraints are adjustable at all five seating positions, unusual for this price class.


    Far from cheap or plain, the Hyundai Accent looks elegant and substantial. The look starts at the front with integrated bumpers and large aerodynamic headlight enclosures that wrap around the front fenders. The Accent has a high roofline defined on either side by rain channels, while the windshield blends into the front of the roof without any visible trim. A sharp character line originates just behind the front wheel opening and slashes boldly across the doors, fading again just short of the taillights.


    The back of the sedan roof sweeps toward the trailing edge of the trunk lid, giving it almost a coupe-like appearance. Unlike many modern cars, the Accent has a generous greenhouse with big windows; blacked-out trim both defines and unifies the side-window opening. This, coupled with a long wheelbase and relatively short overhangs, makes the sedan appear a tad bigger than it actually is.


    The Accent coupe has a look all its own, though it shares its front fenders and defining character line with the sedan. The differences begin with a more aggressive two-slot air opening that replaces the sedan's fine-lined horizontal grille, and ends with a rounded tail that takes the tentative reverse curve at the base of the sedan's roof, boldly widens it, and fuses it with the horizontally curving quarter panel. The two-door Accent is unashamedly a hatchback, and makes no pretense to a separate trunk lid.


    Not surprisingly, then, the coupe is as tall and wide as the sedan, and shares the sedan's 98.4-inch wheelbase, but at 159.3 inches overall it dispenses with a significant 9.2 inches of the sedan's rear overhang. The result is a short profile that looks like it should cost more than it does.


    On both the coupe and sedan, a roof-mounted micro-antenna is aerodynamic, flexible, and said to improve signal strength.


    One of the things we like best about the Accent is its interior. It has big windows that provide a great view which, from the driver's seat, is a commanding perspective. Accent cabins feature a conservative two-tone color scheme reminiscent of larger cars, and are trimmed out quite nicely, helping avoid the feeling of an econobox.


    The dashboard wraps around to the door panels, and the center stack is nicely integrated, with large, well-positioned climate control knobs. The big speedometer and tachometer are located in a nicely contoured instrument pod in front of the steering wheel. Smaller fuel and coolant temperature gauges are set inside, along with a small LCD readout for the odometer and trip meter as well as gear-selection indicator for automatics.


    The seats are contoured and finished in a classy cloth material that feels high quality. The driver's seat is six-way adjustable on all models.


    We noticed several nice touches that kept our test sedan from feeling like a cheap econobox. Among them: Dampened grab handles, a thick roof lining, center folding front and rear armrests, a tilt steering wheel, a micro roof-mounted antenna, driver and passenger side-illuminated vanity mirrors, cabin air filtration, remote trunk and fuel cap releases, and a windshield shade band. There are decent-size pockets with a cupholder in each door. In addition, there are other storage places and a big glovebox.


    The rear seat splits 60/40 for additional storage capacity. For better rearward visibility, the three rear-seat headrests slide down into the seatback when not needed. A fold-out center armrest with two cupholders is provided for rear-seat passengers.


    Rear-seat legroom and headroom is not too bad unless the car is full of six-footers. Getting into the back seats is made easier by locating the rear wheels farther back, so the wheelwell does not intrude into the sedan's door opening as much.


    Compared to the sedan, the coupe surrenders less than a half-inch of hip room up front, and less than an inch in the rear; otherwise its passenger-comfort dimensions are identical to those of the sedan.


    Trunk volume in the sedan is a very respectable 12.4 cubic feet. Despite its shorter length, the hatchback coupe expands this to 15.9 cubic feet with the rear seats in place. Folding the back seats flat in either car greatly increases the total cargo volume and makes room for long and bulky items.


    Driving Impression
    Nobody buying a Hyundai Accent will expect sizzling performance, yet the 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine is surprisingly snappy, even with the automatic transmission. An Accent GLS automatic has no problem keeping up with traffic as long as you stomp on the gas pedal, and it's more than happy cruising at speed on the freeway. We have not had a chance to check out an Accent with a manual transmission but expect it to be more fun to drive.


    Hyundai's 1.6-liter four-cylinder is a modern, sophisticated engine with dual overhead camshafts and continuously variable valve timing. This DOHC/CVVT combination helps give the engine a broad power band with high fuel efficiency and low emissions. The engine produces 110 horsepower at 6000 rpm and 106 pound-feet of torque at 4500 rpm.


    The EPA's City/Highway fuel economy ratings are 28/34 mpg for the manual, and 27/36 mpg for the automatic or for the Blue model, which is available only with the manual. The automatic does slightly better than the manual on the highway because its overall top gear ratio is numerically lower. In exchange, the stick-shift Accent should deliver snappier throttle response from cruising speeds. The Blue edition achieves its fuel economy rating by virtue of different gear ratios than the other manual-transmission Accents.


    The sedan's ride is on the soft side. The power assisted rack-and-pinion steering provides reasonable feedback and the handling proved to be acceptable on some winding mountain roads near San Diego. Overall, the driving characteristics and performance make this a commuter car rather than a long distance cruiser.


    The SE coupe is more stiffly sprung than the GS coupe or GLS sedan, and its front anti-roll bar is beefed up to 24 mm, versus the 21mm bar on the GS and GLS. And the SE's tires have stiffer sidewalls and wider treads, which makes for a firmer ride but more responsive handling. The SE's suspension makes it more resistant to body roll so it leans less in corners than the other models.


    Four-channel, four-sensor ABS with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) is available on some models. ABS allows the driver to maintain steering control in an emergency braking situation by preventing wheel lockup. EBD improves stability in hard braking situations by balancing brake force front to rear.


    The Hyundai Accent is a competent subcompact car that's big inside and sprightly underway. It includes an impressive array of standard safety features and is certainly worthy of being considered alongside more expensive models from other manufacturers. The hatchback coupe adds a strong dose of sporty styling, plus more cargo-hauling versatility, with no significant loss of passenger space. It's available at a very attractive price, has a terrific warranty, and delivers exceptional fuel economy.


    NewCarTestDrive.com correspondent John Rettie filed this report from San Diego.


    Model Lineup
    Hyundai Accent GS coupe ($11,995), automatic ($12,995); GLS sedan ($13,645), automatic ($14,645); SE coupe ($16,195), automatic ($16,995); Blue edition ($9,970).


    Assembled In
    Ulsan, South Korea.


    Options As Tested
    Premium Equipment Package ($1,050) includes anti-lock brakes with electronic brake-force distribution, power windows with driver's auto-down, power mirrors, power door locks, remote keyless entry, tilt wheel, cruise control, steering-wheel audio controls and an alarm with panic alert.


    Model Tested
    Hyundai Accent GLS automatic ($14,645).The Hyundai Accent sedan and hatchback are exceptional economy cars that offer attractive looks and outstanding value in a price-sensitive market segment. The Accent is powered by a 1.6-liter double overhead-cam engine that produces 110 horsepower, and features variable valve timing. A five-speed manual transmission is standard; a four-speed automatic transmission is optional. The environmentally friendly Accent has an Ultra-Low Emission Vehicle II rating. Standard safety features include front seatbelt pre-tensioners and six airbags (front, seat-mounted side-impact, and side-curtain) as standard on all models. The Accent is available as a Blue, GS or SE hatchback, and as a GLS four-door sedan. For 2010, the accent receives a new Blue trim. Also, slight standard equipment and optional packaging are updated.

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    Garland, Tx. 75040

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