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Drive Time drives and gives a full review of the 2010 Hyundai Accent.
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2010 Hyundai Accent Car Review
Just like its bigger sibling the Elantra, the 2010 Hyundai Accent receives a new high mileage low cost fuel blue edition. The Accent’s fuel efficiency is improve by up to 9% reaching as high as 36 MPG in the highway which best the Honda fit and this on versa. Utilizing fuel sipping tricks like lower friction engine components improve aerodynamics and low rolling resistance tires plus revised gear ratios and a lower right height the accent blue 3-door with its 5 speed manual transmission is rated at 28 MPG city and 36 highway.
The Accent 3-door is available in blue GS with automatic and sporty SE with top trim with available performance parts. The 4-door Accent comes in one trim GLS. Powered by a clean 1.6 liter 4-cylinder making 110 horsepower, the Accent has a large interior and advanced safety features at one of the lowest price points in the industry, $10,690.00 for an Accent blue. The well equipped SE starts at just under $17,000.00.