Review: 2018 Hyundai Accent GLS Sedan – Part 5

So I’ve come to the end of my week long review of the 2018 Hyundai Accent GLS sedan and I walk away from this review very, very impressed. It drives, looks and feels for the most part like a vehicle that is way above the sub-compact class at a price point that’s in line the that class. It’s main competitors are going to be the Honda Fit, Toyota Yaris, Kia Rio, and Ford Fiesta. But the Accent is likely going to rise above those vehicles.

My final fuel economy was 8.1 L/100KM’s which is pretty impressive considering that I made liberal use of the 1.6L engine’s torque while driving in a mix of city roads and highways, not to mention rush hour traffic, and it had winter tires which is usually Kryptonite to fuel economy.

The 2018 Hyundai Accent starts at $14,599. The GLS trim level that I drove this week goes for $21,099. I should also note that there’s a hatchback version available that looks equally as good as the sedan version.

Quite simply Hyundai has nailed it with the Accent GLS. If you’re in the market for a sub-compact vehicle, head to your nearest Hyundai dealer and test drive one. I guarantee you that you will likely be driving away with an Accent.


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