2018 Hyundai Accent Test Drive Review: Constantly Moving The Bar

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2018 Toyota Yaris Review | Ready to out-luxe the City, Verna and Ciaz? | ZigWheels.com

Toyota’s Yaris 2018 is entering into the space dominated by stalwarts like Honda segment defining City 2018, Hyundai’s stylish Verna and Maruti Suzuki’s spacious and sensible Ciaz. On our first drive of the Yaris we found that this Toyota is packing in something extra to take on the competition. The features list of the Toyota Yaris includes many segment firsts, like a roof mounted AC with ambient lighting, 7 airbags as standard, front parking sensors and a 60:40 split rear seat for improved practicality. It also lays heavy impetus on the experience of luxury by employing premium trim and upholstery, while pairing these elements with finer touches like heat and noise insulating glass. Toyota’s are about reliability and dependability, and for that alone some people will gravitate towards the Yaris. This will play a major role in the success of the Yaris, since the Yaris sedan is a petrol only car. There are no plans to launch a Yaris diesel, with the dwindling demand for diesel cited as the reason by Toyota. The safety equipment levels on the Yaris fortify this faith further. The Yaris deserves to be looked at seriously by midsize sedan buyers as it makes for a calm commuter and capable all rounder. However, if Toyota price the Yaris neck and neck with the Honda City, between 9 and 14 lakhs, the Yaris would prove to be the luxury pick in the segment that despite its shortcomings would stand out as the luxury pick of the segment. Toyota Yaris 2018 launch price alert: https://bit.ly/2H3mv1j Honda City on road price: https://bit.ly/2JOP3NZ Hyundai Verna on road price: https://bit.ly/2qyTQLf Honda City vs Hyundai Verna: https://bit.ly/2H1oPKh Maruti Suzuki Ciaz on road price: https://bit.ly/2qzFytU

Hyundai Verna vs Honda City Comparison Test Drive Review - Autoportal

Hyundai Verna - https://autoportal.com/newcars/hyundai/new-verna/ Honda City - https://autoportal.com/newcars/honda/city/ The battle continues for the best midsize sedan continues as Hyundai pits the all-new Verna against Honda's latest City. Both have efficient and powerful petrol and diesel engines and boast of a long list of features. Verna has just upped the game with dynamic driving manners and sporty design to match. But Honda is not going to give up its crown so easy, watch our Ed go through both thee cars in detail. Visit https://autoportal.com/ to know more about different cars, their reviews, price, comparisons and much more. Do follow us on social media to be updated about the latest happenings in the auto world. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AutoportalIndia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/autoportalindia G+: https://plus.google.com/+Autoportalcom/videos

2018 Hyundai Accent | CarGurus Test Drive Review

Shop the new Hyundai Accent: https://cargur.us/lRgYJ Hyundai’s 2018 Accent is a cost-effective sedan with an unbeatable warranty but not a lot of thrills or luxury. The redesigned Accent is no longer available in hatchback form, takes some visual cues from larger Hyundais, and looks more upscale than past versions, but it’s still a totally practical option available at a great price. Our reviewer recommends some features available only to premium trims, but even the flagship Limited has an MSRP of less than $19K. All Accents use a 130-hp 1.6-liter 4-cylinder with 119 lb-ft of torque redesigned to improve efficiency and power in the city. A 6-speed manual is available only in the base trim, with all others using a 6-speed automatic our reviewer found slow in responding to input. The Accent packs 90 cubic feet of passenger space, putting it into competition with compacts, rather than subcompacts, and while every Accent includes Bluetooth and a reversing camera, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are available only to the SEL and Limited. Read the full review on CarGurus: https://cargur.us/lRhpd Presenter: Keith Barry Cinematographer: Andrew Zubatkin Subscribe to the CarGurus Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/cargurus Check out our Test Drive Reviews playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDNDPH6i6Ws&list=PLih2CvHcvvNNn7Nn6dOFb1XWV6bBS9VbA Sedans & Hatchbacks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLih2CvHcvvNOQ4gJR8HvSQBZj6bgdQS_R

2018 Hyundai Accent Limited Test Drive Video Review

For the 2018 model year the Hyundai Accent has been redesigned both inside and out. This 5th generation model is priced at $14,995 for the base SE trim up to $18,895 for the Limited trim. The subcompact sedan class is pretty tight for 2018 with competition like the: Ford Fiesta, Chevrolet Sonic, Mitsubishi Mirage G4, Nissan Versa, Toyota Yaris iA, and the Kia Rio. Under the hood is a 1.6 liter 4-cylinder engine that makes 130 horsepower and 119 lb-ft. of torque. Fuel economy is 28 MPG in the city and 38 MPG on the highway. The redesigned 2018 Hyundai Accent is a splendid little sedan that feels larger than it is. The low starting price of under $15k is attractive but it’s the well-equipped Limited model that if worth the added cost. The 100k mile warranty makes your commute worry free. Find Out More https://www.autobytel.com/hyundai/accent/2018/?id=32972 See More Car Videos http://www.autobytel.com/car-videos/?id=32972 Join Our Facebook Page http://www.facebook.com/autobytel

All-new 2018 Hyundai Accent Review

www.autoTRADER.ca review of the new-for-2018 Hyundai Accent GLS Sedan, presented by Justin Pritchard

The 2018 Hyundai Accent is all new, and brings a big feature list to the small car segment To see how far the automotive industry has truly come in the past ten years, drive a small car. No, not an electric city car or a pint-sized performance rocket, but your average, everyday subcompact economy car. Ten years ago a well-equipped small car came with AM/FM radio with a CD player (!), power windows, height adjustable seats, and perhaps even power locks with a key fob remote. Those kinds of things wouldn’t even make it into a press release these days. 0 19 0 The 2018 Hyundai Accent takes things to an entirely different level again for subcompact ‘economy’ cars, but it’s not just the long list of features, it’s the types of features and the total impression they make in a car that has more presence than its small footprint would suggest and a cabin that is modern and well executed. At the heart of it is a touchscreen infotainment system on a seven-inch display, a system that is brilliant for its simplicity and effectiveness. Press an icon or one of the fixed buttons around the screen and something happens right away, no waiting, no delay, no frustration. That is a luxury I could get used to. 0 19 0 That seven-inch screen is optional, and a smaller five-inch screen is standard, but it’s still a far cry from the pencil-thin digital readouts most affordable cars used to have. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are also included with all but the base model SE, making your entertainment and communication controls even more familiar and seamless. The touchscreen will likely be the center of attention for entertainment, but your attention should be on the road first, and that is easy with the Accent. The 2018 Accent is one of the most undemanding cars I’ve driven in ages. 0 19 0 Everything is straightforward and familiar, and although the small 1.6-liter four-cylinder only makes 130 hp and 119 lb-ft of torque, and while less powerful than its predecessor, that is generous for this class and the car weighs 2,679 pounds at most (2,502 with the manual transmission), so it gets going from stoplights with decent pep. However, the more speeds climb, the more it struggles, and it’s not a car you’d call fast, especially with the six-speed automatic transmission we drove. The manual might give you a bit more jump, but the automatic is also seamless, with a conventional shifter that will take no time to get used to, and would make the commute a breeze. 0 19 0 The manual used to always be the frugal option with a lower cost of entry and lower running costs, but the automatic now holds a slight edge in efficiency. The EPA rates the automatic at 28 mpg in city driving, 38 on the highway and 32 combined, with the manual transmission one mpg less efficient in both highway and combined. During my week of suburban shuttling and family duty, we averaged an okay but not great 27.7 mpg, although one highway drive yielded a decent 35 mpg. The 1.6 is the o

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