Used 2018 Hyundai Accent Consumer Reviews

List Price Range
$8,751 - $16,290

Used Accent for Sale
Select your model:
See all for sale
12

Trending topics in reviews
Pros
Cons

Love my Accent Limited

Karter, 06/17/2018
Limited 4dr Sedan (1.6L 4cyl 6A)
11 of 12 people found this review helpful

I've only had my Accent Limited about a month so far, but I'm loving this little car. I find the car to be quite and rattle free. It seems well built and solid. I'm amazed at the technology for such an inexpensive vehicle. I had my phone synched up with the car before I even left the vehicle, something that I never accomplished in three years with Ford's complicated Sync system. I can't really comment on reliability yet since I've only had the car a short time, but so far I have not encountered a single problem, again something I could not say with my previous car. I'm looking forward to many happy years with my Accent! 5000 miles now and still flawless! Over a year and still no problems!

Safety
Technology
Performance
Interior
Comfort
Reliability
Value
Report Abuse

2018 Accent

Joey Evens, 03/14/2018
SEL 4dr Sedan (1.6L 4cyl 6A)
5 of 5 people found this review helpful

So far so good almost 1,000 miles. Love the mpg. Getting 39mpg average street and freeway driving. Love the 7inch infotainment system with Apple car play. Update... 22,000 miles still an awesome commuter!

Safety
Technology
Performance
Interior
Comfort
Reliability
Value
Report Abuse

We really do love this car - Great deal for $

miked, 12/11/2018
Limited 4dr Sedan (1.6L 4cyl 6A)
5 of 5 people found this review helpful

We love this car. Got end of model year deal on a 2018. For $16,300, after rebates we got the limited, heated seats, sunroof, android auto, emer auto braking, leather steering wheel. Great trim and finish for the price. Runs and looks great Great gas mileage! Only wishes are blind spot and smaller rims. The car has great looking rims, but like all upper trim cars today, the rims are stupid large, leaving very low profile tires, which give a stiffer ride and are more prone to sidewall pinches on pot holes. Still happy a year+ later, no issues.

Safety
Technology
Performance
Interior
Comfort
Reliability
Value
Report Abuse
Ad
Build Your ACCENT

I love the hatchback.

Paul M, 11/27/2018
SEL 4dr Sedan (1.6L 4cyl 6A)
4 of 4 people found this review helpful

Selected state NJ but incorrect, I live in Canada. My type above says sedan, because that's all the drop-down menu allows for this review. But I have the hatch. Hatchback is like a very slightly smaller version of the Elantra GT. Too bad my American friends can't buy it. Took mine on a long and miserable wintry drive two weeks ago. Fuel economy rivalled my Jetta TDI, which means awesome Power: no problem passing uphill, just remember to downshift to 4th (not 5th) when you really need it. Traction with snow-tires: terrific. Super quiet, until sand/gravel encountered, then it sounded like no wheel-well linings at all. Must investigate. Downside: lousy lumbar support !

Safety
Technology
Performance
Interior
Comfort
Report Abuse

Great tow car

Rudy, 02/04/2019
SE 4dr Sedan (1.6L 4cyl 6M)
3 of 3 people found this review helpful

Bought the car to tow behind our motorhome and believe me we could not have picked a better car, ours is stick shift so it puts 0 miles on the odometer. Hook it to the motorhome with all Wheels on the road and drive with no restrictions. Driving it is like driving a large sedan very quiet almost no road noise and very roomy. Plenty of storage space as well. Oh, did I mention it only weighs about 2,500 pounds, my motorhome doesn't even know it's there. Driving the car from North Carolina to Florida I averaged 52 miles to a gallon you got to love stick shift for that reason alone. One little footnote by dragging a car behind a motorhome you're going to lose rubber on the rear tires first not the front. So keep that in mind before you rotate them front to back.

Safety
Technology
Performance
Interior
Comfort
Reliability
Value
Report Abuse
12
Items per page: