There once was a time when the most noteworthy thing about Hyundai's entry-level hatchback was that its $9,970 price tag made it quite literally Car Tech garage last week was anything but cheap.. However, the 2012 Hyundai Accent SE that showed up in the
Weighing in at an as-tested MSRP of $16,590, the Accent has grown quite a bit in price, but it has also grown in nearly every other metric. The new hatchback is larger, more comfortable, and of much higher quality than its predecessor. It's also much more fun to drive, as we learned on one of our favorite mountain roads one foggy afternoon.
Yes, the new Accent is firing on all cylinders and is able to go toe-to-toe with even the mighty
That said, we know that there are more than a few of you who don't care about navigation for a variety of reasons--whether it's a love for a smartphone navigation app or PND, an unhealthy obsession with paper maps, or an impeccable sense of direction--so be sure to check out the