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I am looking at a hyundai accent gs hatchback 2011 with about 24000 miles. Dealer is asking 13,500 online and the car has been on the lot 2 weeks tops. I want to make a quick sale (by the end of the week) What is a reasonable start...What would you think is the best price I could expect to pay for the car?
From http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/Find.do?action=sbs&id=31079&id=30623&id=31191&id=- - - 31691 are the reports of actual drivers for these vehicles with their average mpg. All auto transmissions: 2011 Fit Auto 32mpg 2012 Accent 33mpg 2011 Yaris 31mpg 2012 Kia Rio 33mpg You'll see they're all about the same. I have a 2007 Fit auto sport and average about 32mpg as well. Right now, a lot of manufacturers are really tuning cars to get maximum mpg on the ... Read More
I hope your the Economy on your 2012 Accent LE is NOT indicative of what (most) Accents and Rio`s are going to achieve with their much touted 1.6 GDI engine. My 2011 Ford Fiesta SE Hatchback (without) the optional SFE package and 6 speed automatic transmission has consistently produced 33 mpg city with AC engaged 100% of the time and 41 mpg or better highway driving at 70 to 80 mph. ... Read More
Your absolutely correct, Beauty (is) in the eyes of the Beholder. I have to admit, as I posted before, I (do) prefer the interior of the Accent over the Kia Rio, (but) I much prefer the exterior of the Rio5. The Accent looks from the (rear) much too Ford Fiesta like, IMO for my taste, not that I find that objectionable, but I already own a 2011 Ford Fiesta SE Hatchback, ... Read More
backy, Glad to read about (your) favorable first impression of the new 2012 Hyundai Accent SE Hatchback, despite the considerable list of shortcomings that followed even though the vehicle tips over the $17.500. mark. Did you really thing that those desirable & missing features would have been included when Hyundai , that is (HMA) decided to also eliminate the emergency spare tire and jack from the truck and replaced it with ... Read More
Odd that you take EPA Fuel Economy figures as the Holy Grail regardless what others (not just myself) and Publications like CR Posts. You know as well as I, in the (past) most Vehicles NEVER, I repeat "Never" get anywhere close to EPA Fuel Estimates in (real-time) driving conditions. They are usually obtained by putting a finely tuned sample vehicle on a Dynamometer to cull optimum results. The 2011 Ford Fiesta, ... Read More
"YMMV". I like to use EPA ratings when comparing fuel economy across cars because there are so many variables if we look at what you get or I get or Joe Blow gets for fuel economy. Sure, it's possible to get over 40 mpg on any Fiesta. But it's possible to get over 40 mpg on an Accent (or Civic) too. I have no "hate affair" with Ford. The FACT is, ... Read More
nucarshpr, As the owner of a 2011 Ford Fiesta SE Hatchback that I`ve owned since last July, 10` and driven 9K miles, I can say, I really like this vehicle. Great city fuel economy 34 mpg and constant 41 mpg highway, (without) the extra cost SFE package. Complaints about tight rear seat room, (its a Sub--Compact/B-Segment car). If your not stuck on a Hatchback, you should look at the 2012 Hyundai ... Read More
Perhaps your right that I have focused more on (my) perceived value of the 2012 Elantra vs the 2012 Accent and true, your buying fun and so called excitement and not cold cuts by the pound at the Deli. And since this new Accent is hardly "out of the gate", future residual trade in values are yet to be determined, but based on past small sub-compact/ B segment vehicles (all makes), ... Read More
backy: First, as an owner of a 2011 Ford Fiesta SE Hatchback that I purchased in July of 10` with 8K miles driven, I get 34-35 mpg city and 41-42 mpg highway (without) the extra cost SFE Package. Ford decided just before Launch to (add) all the SFE features (except) the special low resistance tires, on the entire line of Fiesta vehicles making the purchase of the SFE option quite unnecessary. ... Read More
I currently own a 2011 Ford Fiesta SE hatchback that I`m very happy with since last July. I am also in the market to replace my aging 2006 Kia Rio5 Hatchback that I have almost 70K driven and has been an excellent vehicle but its time for replacement. I`m as anxious as you but I have no choice but to wait till the Fall and the arrival of the new 2012 ... Read More
Nice review, carfreak09. I appreciate it since I am considering purchasing one. When the 2011 Sonata came out, I was impressed with the overall design, powertrain, feature set and value. But I felt it was on large side. Then I got wind of the new 2011 Elantra and felt that it was perfect for replacing my aging 2006 Civic 4 door. But then I heard that a new and improved Accent ... Read More
carfreak09, thanks for your very thorough impression of the 2012 Hyundia Accent. I assume since you did mention the 14`` tires, it was a Base Model GLS Sedan. I don`t think many dealers have received the Hatchback Accent`s yet. I too was both pleased by some of the vehicles attributes but I must say, I found more negatives. Styling, looks, fit and finish, performance and quietness were (all) positives. Like you ... Read More
Grumpy, I`m with you. I just turned 66 and (I) purchased a 2011 Ford Fiesta SE hatchback last July an love it! It certainly was not styled and designed for (my) demographics but I love it none the less. I pre-ordered it last Mar. 10`` and took the $595. cash credit instead of the radio SYNC upgrade and got the Power MoonRoof for only an extra $100. I don`t twitter/tweet, upload/download, ... Read More
Only time will tell how much the new 2012 Subaru Impreza costs. But in terms of the worth compared to a FWD vehicle like the Fit or Accent, it's worth the money; just that bit more for an AWD vehicle that gets comparable or even BETTER MPG, has about the same reliability rate, low repair costs, it's totally worth the extra money. The price just can't be beat for Subaru's AWD, ... Read More
Here's some specs: http://www.goodcarbadcar.net/2011/04/2012-hyundai-accent-price-fuel-economy.html- You might find this review useful: http://blogs.cars.com/kickingtires/2011/04/2012-hyundai-accent-up-close.html If you like the interior room of the Elantra Touring, I think you'll be disappointed in the Accent hatch. It will have much less rear legroom (the rear leg room of the Touring is limo-like) and less cargo space.
OK, so it's for the Saudi Arabian version with a different powertrain than what the US should get, but still useful and has some nice pics... something to whet your appetite until the "official" unveiling on Wednesday (guess the Montreal unveiling earlier this year was "unofficial"??). http://www.drivearabia.com/news/2011/03/01/first-drive-hyundai-accent-2012-dubai- -uae-fujairah-gcc/
My credit union can beat it by 1% and Capital One by .6%. In the end, he borrowed so little that the finance rate will not make much difference. Besides, most places I checked have a minimum amount to borrow even higher than Hyundai did... He really loves the car, nice looking inside and out - a lot "richer" than the older cheap Hyundai cars , Really nice stereo with XM, ... Read More
Good choice for a first new car. It should serve him well. I'm curious why you said the Hyundai financing was high? 3.9% for 60 months is pretty darn good in this day of tight lending standards. My credit union couldn't beat it.
I helped my son deal for his first new car yesterday. He decided on a 2011 Accent GS 3 door with automatic transmission in dark sapphire blue. The car had factory accessories of the floor mats, cargo net, and splash guards. MSRP (depending on where you look) would be $14,640, $14,670, or $15,640. Invoice would be $14,229 or $14,397 - all numbers include $720 destination charge and installed accessories. He paid ... Read More
My son has been saving for a new car and with trade or sale of his current ride he is pretty close to covering the cost of an Accent. He can borrow the rest from HMF and score a $1k cash back from them. the question is do they have a minimum amount that is required to get the cash back? Several banks and credit unions have $7k or $7.5k mins ... Read More
Although I personally prefer the practicality of the 5 door hatchback as a small wagon to the 4 door sedan, I actually might opt for the new 2012 Hyundai Accent in sedan form. I already own a 2011 Ford Fiesta 5 door hatchback and IMO it looks (much) better then the Fiesta sedan. On the other hand, the new Accent sedan IMO looks better then the 5 door hatchback! Plus, the ... Read More
Hyundai didn't wait for the NY Auto Show to unveil the new Accent, it came out this week at Montreal. http://www.autoguide.com/auto-news/2011/01/2012-hyundai-accent-gets-most-power-f- uel-economy-in-its-class-montreal-auto-show.html Looks like a great update, especially the 1.6L GDI 138 hp engine, 6-speed trannies, and all the standard safety equipment. And a 5-door hatch! Yesssssss! The FE numbers look a little low for a car of this weight (30.5/41 mpg for US gallons per the article), not much better ... Read More
Its a damn shame that Hyundai could`nt make the Chinese version of the Accent (Verna) front end nose and grill work for the North American edition. I own a 2011 Ford Fiesta Hatchback and I know that Ford "tweaked" the North American version a bit from the European vehicle but IMO the end result was still overall pleasing. Perhaps Hyundai felt that since the new Elantra basically copied the Sonata grill, ... Read More
When does this new model debut? It looks like a mini Elantra, which is a good thing. Just saw a new Elantra in our preferred color over by the Hyundai shop & I was blown away. Just hope the rear vision is good & not compromised due to the sloping C pillar. This, or the new Accent will most likely take the place of the wife's Mazda 3s within the next ... Read More
According to this site, it should debut first half of 2011. It just went on sale in South Korea. http://www.hyundai-blog.com/index.php/2010/11/02/hyundai-accent-2011-launched-in- -korea/
I hadn't noticed that no 2011 Elantra pricing had been released. Interesting. Perhaps they are introducing the new Elantra before the new Accent. This is very odd since the Accent has been around since 06 and is most in need of being overhauled safety wise. If the Elantra hits showrooms in December as a 2011 model, I don't think we will see the 2012 Accent until the summer. Matter of fact ... Read More
I thought the next Elantra sedan would be delayed to next year also, since the current one debuted just four years ago in the USA, but I've seen reports to the contrary. It will be introduced for North America in LA in a few weeks. Note that no 2011 Elantra sedan pricing has been announced, but pricing for the 2011 Elantra Touring has been out for some time. That is another ... Read More
The KDM version goes on sale Novmeber 1 New Accent and US sales should follow by the end of the year if Hyundai holds to form. They also mention in that article that the new Elantra will make its US debut at the LA Auto show in November and sales start in the 1st quarter of 2011.
Ironic .. mine is also Black .. a 5speed which, by the way ,was not easy to find I had to order it .. all in stock were automatics .. (another thing I don't really understand ) .. but alot of people like or need autos. I too have owned A Ford Escort , Contour , and an Elantra ... no Aerio but I did have a Swift .. amoung ALOT ... Read More
I'm with you on the 3-door. I really liked the Kia Rio5, but I didn't want the extra doors. So, I got a black Accent SE hatch... and it is my favorite car hands down. I've owned a Ford Contour, Ford Escort, Hyundai Elantra and Suzuki Aerio, and I liked the Aerio best of those, but the Accent is sharpest looking, most economical, and the most fun to drive.
I hope that hyundai will still offer a 3 door I have a 2010 Accent SE ... and I am a 50 year old man who grew up in the era of the HOT hatchback GTI etc... I am truely tired of not being able to buy anything WITHOUT 4doors I mean I expect a 4 door Mustang to come out any day now .... Bring the 5 door and paint ... Read More
Yes, hopefully Hyundai will bring the upcoming 5-door hatch to the US, and not just to Canada as in the past! Here's spy shots of the new 5-door: http://www.hyundai-blog.com/index.php/2010/05/20/2011-hyundai-accent-verna-5-doo- r-hatchback-interior-exterior-images/
Pictures posted of the new upcoming Hyundai Accent (Verna) replacement from the recent Bejing China Auto Show shows a terrific shrunken 2011 Sonata sedan. I hope Hyundai will make available for the N.A. market a 5 door hatchback which is missing now. 3 door hatchbacks are cute an popular with women and young consumers, but lots of folks like my self want the practicality of a mini-wagon that the current Accent ... Read More
There's talk of a new 2011 model, which I wouldn't expect to see before late 2010 since the Accent was last redesigned in late 2005. If you search on "2011 Hyundai Accent" you can find a number of articles and pics; here's an example: http://www.autospies.com/news/2011-Hyundai-Accent-Sedan-Spotted-Baby-Genesis-in-- Utero-all-Camo-ed-up-48407/ Note the family resemblance to the 2011 Sonata and the upcoming Elantra. The part about 140 hp with no sacrifice in FE sounds really enticing--although ... Read More
When will this car be out? Was at the Hyundai store late last month to get some body work done on the kids Accent...roommate hit her while backing out of the garage...1208.00 and we're good as new. Hopefully they've tweaked the car a bit looks wise. They even tweaked the Versa SL hatch and it looks great. Even though I won't be in the market for awhile, I'm quite curious to ... Read More
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