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Posts Tagged ‘Hyundai Accent’
Safe, Efficient and Sporty Equals Perfection for Young Drivers
So your child is now driving and you’re looking for an affordable vehicle that will help ensure he or she gets home safely at night. You could buy an old beater, but truth is you’ll probably spend more in repairs monthly than you’d like. Consider the Hyundai Accent, a sporty sedan that starts at just $14,745 and offers 37 mpg on the highway, six airbags and a vehicle stability management system. The Accent also delivers an exceptional design with modern technology that your teen will love. Go check out the latest models by taking a trip to Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.
Four Different Models to Select
Even the most expensive Accent, the Sport Hatchback, starts at just $17,495, but if you go with the base SE you’ll still get air conditioning, power windows and locks, a 6-way adjustable driver seat, tilt steering wheel and an AM/FM Sirius stereo system that has a hookup for an MP3 player. Step up just a tad to the Value Edition and you also get Bluetooth streaming and controls mounted on the steering wheel for the audio and cruise control. The Sport Hatchback is the top of the line with even more features including a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob.
Safety First in All Hyundai Models
You are naturally a little hesitant to turn your child loose on the road, but you can take comfort in the fact that all Hyundai models put safety first. The Hyundai Accent offers the same safety features across the board, not depending on trim level or cost. Vehicle Stability Management, Electronic Stability Control and the Traction Control System are three features that work in concert to ensure your teen driver will have as much help as possible keeping the car on the road in dicey conditions. The braking system is state-of-the-art, with four-wheel anti-lock brakes, electronic brake-force distribution and brake assist. A tire pressure monitoring system lets you know when you need to look at the tires, while front and rear crumple zones help direct the energy of a crash away from the occupants in the case of an accident. All Hyundai Accent models also come with a remote keyless entry system that includes an alarm.
Hyundai has Best Warranty in the Business
You also know that you are in for a nice stretch of not having to pay for costly repairs when you buy a Hyundai Accent. Hyundai has the industry’s best warranty, including a bumper-to-bumper limited warranty that covers the first 5 years or 60,000 miles of ownership. The powertrain warranty is even longer, covering 10 years and 10,000 miles. What might be most attractive is the 5-year/unlimited mileage roadside assistance that ensures help is just a phone call away if your teen breaks down, has a flat tire or needs gas. See why the Hyundai Accent is the best choice for young drivers by taking a trip to Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.
Value Edition Adds Features at Low Cost
Many people already consider the Hyundai new vehicle lineup as one of the best buys in the auto industry, but the company has now cemented that reputation by adding special Value Edition trim packages to both the popular Accent and Elantra. Both packages cost just a bit more than the base model, but deliver features like cruise control, Bluetooth connectivity and steering wheel audio controls. Look over the entire Hyundai inventory and compare models and trim levels by taking a trip to Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.
Accent a Subcompact With Tons of Room
With more than 103 cubic feet of interior room in the sedan version and an extra eight cubic feet as a hatchback, the Hyundai Accent is a subcompact that has a midsize feel. Plenty of storage spaces for water bottles and electronics are sprinkled throughout the cabin. Split rear seats fold down and make the hatchback an effective hauler for those furniture runs. Starting at just $16,540, the Accent Value Edition has rear disc brakes, a sliding armrest storage compartment and 16-inch alloy wheels. It comes with a 1.6L engine that produces a peppy 137 horsepower while still earning 37 mpg on the highway.
Elantra Value Edition Packed With Options
Latch onto the new Hyundai Elantra Value Edition sedan and you get special amenities such as sensor-driven driver assistance features, LED running lamps, power driver’s seat and much more. Starting at only $20,250, the Elantra Value Edition offers $1,215 in savings versus adding the list of options to the base package. “It’s critically important to give our customers a wide variety of options, so there’s an Elantra to meet their needs,” said Hyundai planning manager Mike Evanoff. “The Value Edition lands at a real sweet spot on the spectrum of amenities and price tag.” Along with the afore-mentioned items, buyers will also receive a power sunroof, heated front seats and a 7-inch color display infotainment system that works with either Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. Push-button start, dual temperature climate control and a hands-free trunk release are also part of the package.
Hyundai Offers Best Warranty in Industry
Don’t forget that Hyundai offers a 5-year, 60,000 mile limited bumper-to-bumper warranty that far exceeds that provided by other manufacturers. You also receive a 10-year, 10,000 mile powertrain warranty and five full years of Roadside Assistance. Visit Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road today and see how the new Value Edition packages stack up against the competition.
Performance and Efficiency Make Perfect Urban Commuter
If you’re looking for a vehicle that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg, gets great gas mileage and still provides the performance you need when battling freeway traffic, consider the 2016 Hyundai Accent. Now available in sedan, hatchback and sport hatchback configurations, the Accent beats its competitors in horsepower, fuel efficiency and interior space. All Accents come equipped with a 1.6L, 137-horsepower engine that provides plenty of pep for passing or a day out on a winding road. At 38 mpg on the highway, the Accent beats competitors such as the Honda Fit. Its 21.2 cubic feet of cargo space is greater than either the Fit or Toyota Yaris. Head to Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road to take a test drive of the new Accent today.
Fluid Design Provides Sophisticated Look
Although the Accent is on the lower end of the automotive cost spectrum, you couldn’t tel by looking. The 2016 Hyundai Accent has a refined design with sculpted sides, an aerodynamic slant and features like alloy wheels and projector LED headlights that contribute to an overall feel of sport and sophistication. The design of the hatchback models flows all the way to the back, where a rear spoiler adds a little flair while contributing to the excellent gas mileage. The Accent hatchback cuts through the wind efficiently, delivering a smooth ride and superior efficiency. Even though the Accent is in the subcompact category, it has a longer wheelbase than either Yaris or Fit, giving you more room inside to stretch out.
Sport Hatchback Loaded With Standard Features
The Accent Sport Hatchback starts at $16,495, but comes packed to the gills with features that aren’t even options on competitor vehicles. Heated side mirrors, rear spoiler, rear wiper, LED projector headlights and fog lights are all part of the package. Move to the interior of the Sport and you’ll find power windows, power locks, steering wheel mounted audio and cruise control, Bluetooth streaming, leather-wrapped steering wheel and a killer stereo system with six speakers that also has inputs for an MP3 player.
Accent Engineered to Outperform Competition
From the Dual Continuously Variable Valve Timing in the engine that improves torque to the aerodynamics that take drag to a minimum, the Hyundai Accent is engineered to provide the power and efficiency that people need in the modern age. Choose the automatic transmission and you get an active ECO system that governs the way the engine and transmission work together to get the best efficiency. Low rolling resistance tires and an alternator system that manages power delivery add to the high tech way the Accent gets the most out of every drive. Stop by Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road to see how the Accent fits into your transportation needs.