Hyundai's smallest American offering vehicles, the Accent, has went through some redesign. The outcome is a subcompact sedan that's similar to the Elantra. Down to the grille, headlight shape, and greenhouse have all been customized to mimic the Elantra, but in a smaller frame. The interior is sporty and features a 7.0-inch touchscreen, where drivers can utilize Apple CarPlay and/or Android Auto. You can also add heated seats and automatic breaking as a safety option.

Under the hood is a updated 1.6-liter direct injection four-cylinder that makes 132 horsepower and 119 lb-ft of torque. Hyundai claims that this engine is 7% more fuel efficient and rpm torque has been improved. Plus, 132 horsepower is on par with competitors, and buyers who want to make the most of it have the option of a six-speed manual. A six-speed automatic is available, too.

Pricing hasn't been announced for the all-new Hyundai Accent, but will premiere in dealerships during the 3rd quarter of this year. 
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