of the 2004 Hyundai Accent. Base trim shown.
From the Cars.com Vehicle Test Team
- Fuel economy
- Easy to drive
- Controls and instruments
- Performance with automatic
- Rear-seat space
- Difficult rear entry and exit in hatchback
- Resale value
- No antilock brakes
Manual or automatic
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Reliable, affordable parts, very easy to drive.
Extremely reliable easy to drive subcompact size make cities the park also. This is perfect for daily commuter everyday work will save on gasoline I think it's doing 32 miles per gallon highway. ... Read full review
Practical, Reliable, Economic!
Surprisingly excellent handle in northeast weather/snow! Responsive RPM/speed and zip. For a base-level Hyundai, it is utilitarian but attractive and comfortable. After 5 years, never one mechanical ... Read full review
The 2004 Hyundai Accent currently has 0 recalls