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Dallas, Texas
1.0
Hate this car.
Bought this car to teach my daughter to drive in and we all hate it! It lacks decent suspension and you feel every dip and bump in the road. No one wants to ride in the back seat because that is the worse. You bounce all around and hope you don't hit your head. It rattles and makes odd noises. It lacks any kind of power for acceleration. The handling is so-so. Turning into tight parking spaces requires some maneuvering for such a small car. You would expect it to handle a little better. It lacks any kind of basic amenities including power locks. There are power windows and did not even think to check for power locks when I bought the car. In this day in age what car comes without power locks. There are two ports to plug in devices for charging but the USB port is outdated and will not recognize newer devices. This means only one port to charge devices with. The only good things about it is that it gets decent gas mileage and rarely needs anything more than regular maintenance. The trunk also holds a surprising amount of stuff.
Dallas, Texas
5.0
It is really impressive and good.
Finding a roomy, safe and exceptionally fuel-efficient small sedan just got easier with the 2020 Hyundai Accent. Freshly overhauled two years ago, the Accent delivers comfort and value at a price that would make a car shopper smile. Its econo-car styling actually hides a car that drives sportier than it looks, thanks to a responsive engine and well-calibrated suspension. We're not talking autobahn-ready performance here, but the Accent is surprisingly nimble, and it makes for a sensible and stylish subcompact choice. There's a fuel-efficient twist for 2020, with a new four-cylinder engine and continuously variable automatic transmission combination rated to return 36 mpg combined. Based on our testing, that's not only a realistic number but also perhaps a bit conservative. After hundreds of miles, we found our test car exceeded its EPA ratings by several mpg. The downside? This new engine makes even less power than its anemic predecessor. That engine at least offered quick pedal response and an available manual transmission that somewhat offset its weak power. With just 120 horsepower, this new engine isn't likely to be much more inspiring. That said, it's also still available with a six-speed manual transmission. Overall, the Accent is a handsome car that will endure the daily grind with minimal fuss. We think drivers with longer commutes won't regret choosing this Accent over a larger, more expensive car. It's a solid pick for its satisfying combination of performance, utility, comfort and style.

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