The 2022 Hyundai Accent finishes in the top half of our subcompact car rankings. It’s not overly athletic, but it provides a decent amount of interior space and has intuitive tech features.

Yes, the Hyundai Accent is a good car. Although its engine is a little weak at highway speeds, it gets the job done, and the ride is comfortable over smooth pavement.

Inside, the Accent looks good, the seats are surprisingly spacious, and the features are easy to use. Trunk space is a bit below average for the segment, though.

You should give the Accent a look if you want an entry-level sedan. It’s not the flashiest or most upscale car you’ll ever drive

The Accent’s price range goes from about $15,500 for the base trim up to about $19,500 for the top-of-the-line Limited model.

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The cost of insuring a Hyundai Accent will depend on a variety of factors, including your deductible, the level of coverage that you want, and the type of insurance that you choose. 

While both are available as similarly sized sedans, the Rio is also available as a hatchback with more cargo space.

The Accent’s cabin uses a lot of hard plastics, but that’s to be expected at this price point. Though the materials quality is unimpressive, the cabin is solidly built and looks pretty good.

The standard infotainment system is easy to use, but it’s pretty basic, and the speakers don’t sound all that great. 

Most shoppers will prefer the higher trims’ infotainment system, which features a 7-inch touch screen, a six-speaker audio system, satellite radio, and two additional USB ports. 

The seats are fairly comfortable, but they aren’t supportive, so you may not love them during longer drives.

a 7-inch touch screen, a six-speaker audio system, satellite radio, additional USB ports, the Hyundai Blue Link telematics system, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay