Hyundai cars continue to get better and better. With nice crisp styling, the new Accent SR is both stylish and a nice drive. I had to read the print twice when I saw that Hyundai offer the Accent SR with the best warranty available. An excellent five-year unlimited-kilometre warranty makes things tough for its rivals.
And what are the main competitors for the Hyundai Accent SR? Ford Fiesta makes a great ST model, and Holden’s Barina RS is worth checking out as well. It’s a matter of taste; however the Hyundai Accent SR is the roomiest and provides all the top safety features you’re looking for in a car of its type. Boasting a sports tuned suspension, a well-appointed interior, six airbags, ABS and Electronic Stability Control, you’re going to be impressed with the tidy new Hyundai Accent SR. One of the real draw cards for new Hyundai Accent SR is that, for the price, the five-star safety is excellent.
Styling for the exterior of the Hyundai Accent SR is well thought out and attractive. On the inside, the SR hatch looks good, too. I think being the biggest in its class and boasting five doors does offer the small sporty hatchback a more grown-up appeal that, on a practical note, does provide the best luggage space and seating room. With the rear seats up, a very useful 370-litres swallows your grocery shopping with plenty of room to spare. Seating comfort is first class, and the styling of the Accent SR dash fascia is fun and curvaceous. Durable plastics and materials house the switchgear and centre console in a well-designed package. Interior luxury features are impressive for the amount of money that you’re going to fork out for the new Accent SR. Cloth seats, chrome trim, Bluetooth, cruise control, electric windows and a touchscreen stereo provide the basis of the Hyundai Accent SR experience. A clever feature includes the car’s ability to record from your own phone’s music onto the car’s small hard drive.
On the road, the comfortable ride (particularly over rougher city streets) blends nicely with the grippy chassis. Cornering is well weighted and light, while the ability for a quick drive is accessed when you go hunting for few more revs from the engine via the slick six-speed manual gearbox. Petrol fed, the 1.6-litre motor is willing and economical. Packing 103 kW of engine power at 6300 rpm, the direct injection makes for good response. Torque is strong in the mid-range, and you can expect a warm 6 litres/100 km for a combined running cycle of both urban and open road running.
On the lookout for a nice complete small hatch that won’t cost the earth? The Hyundai Accent SR needs to be on your radar, with its smart looks, and classy detailing. The Hyundai Accent SR is a nice swift drive that is roomy, composed and agile.
Current Hyundai Accent models include the:
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