The 2021 Hyundai Accent subcompact sedan comes in SE, SEL and Limited trim levels. At the time of compiling this review, Hyundai had not yet announced pricing for the 2021 Accent. We’ll update this piece when more information becomes available. In the meantime, our price estimates are in parentheses. The
SE (est. $17,000) has a 6-speed manual transmission, 15-in steel wheels with covers, cloth upholstery, 6-way manually adjustable driver’s seat, power door locks with remote keyless entry,
power windows, power-adjustable side mirrors, air conditioning, tilt-only steering wheel adjustment, 60/40 split/folding rear seat, power mirrors, power windows, sliding sun visors, 5-in color infotainment touchscreen with a 4-speaker audio system and CD player, plus steering wheel controls for audio, cruise control and Bluetooth. The only option for the SE is a CVT automatic transmission, which should be around $1,100.
SEL (est. $19,000) adds the automatic continually variable transmission (CVT), fog lights, 15-in alloy wheels, rear disc brakes, tilt/telescope steering wheel adjustment, auto-up driver’s-side window, driver’s-side blind spot-compensating mirror, heated side mirrors, automatic on/off headlights, 7-in infotainment display, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone integration, and two USB ports.
Limited (est. $21,000) brings
forward collision warning, 17-in alloy wheels, keyless entry/ignition, heated front seats, powered sunroof, LED headlights/daytime running lights/taillights, hands-free trunk lid operation, automatic climate control, plus a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob.
Limited trim also features three years of complimentary
Blue Link Connected Services. Hyundai Blue Link Connected Services includes remote start with temperature control, remote lock/unlock, stolen vehicle location and several other features. The system can also accept voice commands through the Amazon Alexa digital assistant. The Hyundai Accent offers 90.2 cu ft. of passenger volume and 13.7 cu ft. of trunk space.
Is the 2021 Hyundai Accent a Safe Car?
The 2021 Accent has mandatory safety features including anti-lock brakes, electronic traction and
stability control, rearview camera, front and front-side airbags, active front head restraints, tire pressure monitoring system, and an emergency trunk release. The SEL adds a blind spot-compensating driver’s-side mirror and rear disc brakes. Limited trim comes with automatic emergency braking. In crash tests performed by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the Accent took an overall score of four out of five stars. There was one safety concern — an interior door panel struck a test dummy, suggesting a potential thoracic injury to a rear passenger. The independent Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) found no such issue and made the Accent a Top Safety Pick.
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