Good value, as with my last 2 Accents (2000, 2010)
April 17, 2019
I initially had trouble with the TPMS light malfunctioning after buying the car in winter. It has been OK lately and may be due to the dealer over-inflating the tires. I take it to Firestone now. There is also speculation about using Android products in the car--I don't know if they need to be plugged in to cause the TPMS problem or if just their use triggers it. I have stopped using my phone in the car just for now.
But the car is really nice. I have driven it on several long-range trips and through a lot of weather (heavy snow). It defrosts pretty well so you can see when you are driving through snow storms. Comfortable on long trips. Able to accelerate getting onto freeway, safely pass cars.
The highest MPG I have seen is 47 MPG on 70 MPH highways. Yesterday I saw I was getting 44 MPG on 55 MPH highways. Trunk holds a lot.