2012 Hyundai Accent Five-Door First Drive

Korean car maker has not been one for playing games lately, and vehicles like the all-new Elantra and Sonata have been redesigned to help encourage manufacturers to the highest market share in its history – 5.6 percent in May. With the first engine direct injection four-cylinder segment, the option buyer of the six-speed manual or automatic transmission, low MSRP impossible and 40 mpg highway than any model, it is clear that the 2012 Hyundai Accent intends to eclipse the competition.

It has been two busy years in the world subcompact. Newcomers such as the Ford Fiesta and Mazda2 has made clear that they intend to provide a model such as Honda Fit, Toyota Yaris and Nissan Versa segment volume leader for the small-displacement run for their money. Even General Motors is getting into the fray with the upcoming 2012 Chevrolet Sonic after years of trying to pass off the Aveo as a legitimate transportation. So, when Hyundai announced it took the knife to Accent, we knew to expect good things.

2012 Hyundai Accent has been wrapped in the style of fluidic design company, and while some feel the language can be a bit tense on the model such as the Sonata, looks right at home in this small canvas. In the future, designers have been paired hexagonal lattice with the company’s aggressive light and stylish fog lights set low on the front fascia for expressive faces that flows easily into the side of the hatchback’s. Draw a line from the lamp into the tent and until A-pillars to see cohesive. Similarly, a fold of athletics came in the front fog lights and walk up into the tail lights of vehicles to sense motion.

Read more at http://www.autoblog.com/2011/06/20/2012-hyundai-accent-five-door-first-drive-review/


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