2012 Hyundai Accent

<b>MH: Winner</b>
The redesigned Accent shows you don't have to sacrifice style in your quest for an affordable, efficient car. Hyundai has an impressive streak of winners to its credit lately with the Sonata and Elantra, and it looks like the 2012 Accent will join the club.<br>
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<b>KM: Winner</b>
It's becoming hard to differentiate Hyundai's windswept cars, but I count that as a good thing: As the puzzle pieces come together, it becomes apparent the automaker has escaped the styling wilderness. The Accent looks like its siblings, which lends it a more expensive veneer both inside and out than its starting price would suggest.<br>
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<b>JW: Winner</b>
I keep waiting for Hyundai to do something wrong. It just hasn't happened. I think bringing the Equus to market was a questionable move, but the Equus itself isn't wrong. Neither is anything else the automaker has brought out in a few years, including the Accent.<br>
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<b>DT: Winner</b>
The Accent looks too much like the Elantra for my taste; it's almost how you'd be hard-pressed to tell some Audis apart. The Accent's interior quality is amazing for a car in this price range, and I even had extra knee room in the backseat. It gets 40 mpg and can fit four adults comfortably; that's a winner.

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MH: Winner The redesigned Accent shows you don't have to sacrifice style in your quest for an affordable, efficient car. Hyundai has an impressive streak of winners to its credit lately with the Sonata and Elantra, and it looks like the 2012 Accent will join the club.

KM: Winner It's becoming hard to differentiate Hyundai's windswept cars, but I count that as a good thing: As the puzzle pieces come together, it becomes apparent the automaker has escaped the styling wilderness. The Accent looks like its siblings, which lends it a more expensive veneer both inside and out than its starting price would suggest.

JW: Winner I keep waiting for Hyundai to do something wrong. It just hasn't happened. I think bringing the Equus to market was a questionable move, but the Equus itself isn't wrong. Neither is anything else the automaker has brought out in a few years, including the Accent.

DT: Winner The Accent looks too much like the Elantra for my taste; it's almost how you'd be hard-pressed to tell some Audis apart. The Accent's interior quality is amazing for a car in this price range, and I even had extra knee room in the backseat. It gets 40 mpg and can fit four adults comfortably; that's a winner.

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