It would be safe to project that next year's all-new Accent will get even better mileage. Air conditioning is one of the few available options for the trim. Dealer replaced Coil 1 and all spark plugs. The Premium Package also adds antilock brakes with electronic brakeforce distribution. Hyundai is just too cheap of quality for me. Safety is especially critical in a lightweight small car, and here the news isn't particularly good; and it's fair to say the Accent is near the bottom of its class.
Although every effort has been made to ensure that all such information is correct and up to date, no guarantee is provided that all such information is reliable, complete, accurate or without error. Visually, the Accent isn't very remarkable. Hyundai expected oval themes inside still hit the mark, but they look and are five years or more behind the new look of the 2011 Hyundai Sonata and Elantra. In one performance test, a manual-equipped Accent made a 0-60 time of 9. Are they sporty and cheap, appealing to young crowd, or luxurious and expensive, churning out luxo-barge after luxo-barge? Recall Date 2015-09-08 Description Hyundai Motor America Hyundai is recalling certain model year 2009-2011 Hyundai Accent vehicles manufactured March 1, 2009, to February 11, 2011. However running costs are low, and the Accent has enough power for most commuting needs.
It gets me where I need to go, a good little car. While Hyundai's newer models have been getting top safety scores, the 2011 Hyundai Accent is lackluster at best with respect to occupant protection and has an unimpressive set of safety features. In general, the consensus seems to be that the manual transmission offers a livelier ride, while the automatic slows down the pep and, when pushed to accelerate, engine noise escalates, penetrating an otherwise reasonably quiet ride for a subcompact. The 2011 Hyundai Accent costs many thousands less than a typical late-model used car, and that's a significant part of its appeal. If you want an inexpensive commuter car get ahold of this car because it will save you money.
This subcompact car comes standard with six airbags and a 1. The Accent does just fine in city driving with either the five-speed manual or four-speed automatic, but in either case, at highway speeds, passing involves some careful calculation. At a Glance The 2011 Hyundai Accent offers three different hatchback trims all of which are only available in a three-door version. May 2015, stopped dead again on highway, dealer replaced Cr. Now after I have been driving it for almost 6 months I wish I would have got a used Honda Fit instead. While this was once the main arena for the automaker, the last several years have seen a dramatic change in the company. Prices may not include additional fees such as government fees and taxes, title and registration fees, finance charges, dealer document preparation fees, processing fees, and emission testing and compliance charges.
On the upside, however, Accent drivers find it a comfortable driving experience, with good seat height and support for the front. Each comes with an Eco indicator, to promote fuel-efficient shifting and driving habits. The engine produces 110 hp at 6,000 rpm and 106 lb-ft of torque at 4,500 rpm—enough to commute or run errands quite comfortably, but lacking in much zip, particularly when paired with the automatic transmission. Some reviewers said the front seats are cramped for taller passengers, while leg and knee space in the back is limited. The one positive for the 2011 Accent in the safety department is that outward visibility is quite good.
Its sole engine is a 1. Ride quality and interior noise are relatively good with a light load, but editors have noted that the Accent's ride becomes noticeably louder and pitchier with several adults on board, while engine noise amplifies at higher speeds. We do not haggle on prices. Hyundai — Up 26 PercentRepetition can sometimes put you in a rut, but not for Hyundai, as…. With the back seats down I. All models include a 10-year, 100,000-mile limited powertrain warranty. All trims offer an available Bluetooth hands-free phone system.
In fact, the fuel economy is one of the major selling points for this subcompact front-wheel-drive car. Electronic stability control isn't available at all. It is great on fuel and very roomy. This subcompact car comes standard with six airbags and a 1. Air-conditioning is standard on all models except the Blue edition. Safety is especially critical in a lightweight small car, and here the news isn't particularly good; it's fair to say the Accent is near the bottom of its class.
All prices and specifications are subject to change without notice. Brakes feel better than what you might expect for a vehicle of this price, but other tactile elements aren't quite there; the manual shift linkage is imprecise, floppy sidewalls on base models hamper response at times, and downshifts can be loud and jarring with the automatic. The Bad As an economy car, buyers should have few illusions about the performance or features available in the 2011 Accent, but they may be surprised by poor safety scores for the subcompact. The sloping roof of the hatchback also impinges on the headroom in the rear and makes getting in and out of the car an activity suited for contortionists. The Hyundai Accent's interior looks good and feels durable, especially from the driver's seat, though there's evidence of cost-cutting with respect to cubbies, trim, and the cargo area.
I purchased this car new in 2011 now it's 2018 and I have had no problems at all. And next to some of the newest, hippest subcompacts like the Ford Fiesta or Mazda2, it's downright homely. Electronic stability control isn't available at all. The Accent does just fine in city driving with either the five-speed manual or four-speed automatic, but in either case, at highway speeds, passing involves some careful calculation. The Accent does have six airbags, which is about average for the class.
All 2011 Hyundai Accent models remain powered by a 110-horsepower, 1. And next to some of the newest, hippest subcompacts like the Ford Fiesta or Mazda2, it's downright homely. Anti-lock brakes are optional, a rarity these days, but a tire-pressure monitoring system and six airbags come standard. The sedan received four out of five stars for its performance in the rollover test with a 12. Adults may feel the lack of legroom and knee space when front seats are pushed back.