More than its identical cousin the Kia Rio, the Hyundai Accent isn't very exciting to drive, but proves to be an acceptable value. Its wardrobe is conservative but remarkably handsome. A six-speed manual transmission is standard; a CVT automatic transmission is an $1,100 option. But it's not as much fun to drive as a Honda Fit, and its standard content is OK, but somewhat beneath the Rio, with a smaller five-inch color infotainment touchscreen, and USB and auxiliary jacks.
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