2016 Hyundai Accent On Sale At Local Dealerships
The 2016 Hyundai Accent boast minor changes and improvements for the new model year!
Let’s have a look at what’s new and changed!
The new Accent may receive some subtle changes for the new model year, but what hasn’t changed is the availability of the 5-door hatchback and the 4-door sedan.
Yes, the Accent is available in both body styles and continues to deliver a strong value to U.S. consumers at a sub-$16,000 MSRP price.
2016 Hyundai Accent colors
According to the automaker’s official press release, the 2016 Accent changes are limited to the trim level and packaging rather than exterior or interior styling.
Already on sale at your local Hyundai dealership store, the model offers a wide range of exterior colors.
The 2016 Accent color palette includes both dark and light paint shades, including the Ironman Silver, Triathlon Gray, Century White, Ultra Black, Boston Red, Misty Beige, Pacific Blue and Vitamin C.
Inside, the Accent sedan offers a choice of gray or beige two-tone interior, while the 5-door hatchback offers a gray- or black-painted interior layout.
Engine specs, mpg figures
Both models, the 4-door sedan and 5-door hatchback, are offered with a 1,6L 4-cyl. engine that generates 137 horsepower and 123 lb-ft of torque.
Chosen as one of Ward’s 10 best engines, the unit boasts gasoline direct injection -GDI technology, which boosts the mpg figures.
Official EPA-estimated fuel economy rating (when equipped with the 6-speed manual transmission) for the 2016 Accent are up 27 mpg city and up to 38 mpg highway.
All Accent models are front-wheel drive and use a standard 6-speed manual gearbox or the more popular 6-speed automatic transmission
What’s new for 2016
Hyundai’s subcompact 2016 Accent sedan and hatchback receive revised trim names.
The Accent GLS and Accent GS have been renamed to Accent SE Sedan and Accent SE Hatchback, respectively!
The 2016 Accent hatchback continues to offer a Sport trim, with sportier styling and more spirited driving dynamics.
Being the automaker’s entry level car, the Accent is also Hyundai’s least expensive model on sale in the USA.
The 2016 Hyundai Accent prices start at $14,745 MSRP and rise up to $17,495 MSRP for the fully loaded model.
The entry-level Accent SE 4-door sedan with manual transmission starts at $14,745, but most buyers will opt for the 6-speed automatic transmission, which costs an extra $1,000.
The 2016 Accent SE 5-door hatchback pricing starts at $14,995, while the top of the line Sport costs $17,495.
Note: Hyundai Accent prices above do not include freight charge of $825!