TO THE POINTWhat’s New? The Hyundai Accent has been completely redesigned for 2006 with a new look, larger dimensions, and a stronger powertrain. Selling Points: Standard features like front and rear fold-down armrests, a 172-watt sound system, abundant standard safety features, up to 35 mpg, a 100,000-mile powertrain warranty, and a starting price of only $11,995 Deal Breakers: Snoozy styling and a disconnected driving character Our Advice: The 2006 Hyundai Accent is a good car for shoppers looking for an inexpensive compact, but Kia builds the same car with a sportier demeanor in the Kia Rio. Make sure to test drive both to determine which best meets your wants and needs.
FAQs Despite all of the improvements, what makes the 2006 Hyundai Accent most attractive is the warranty and the price.
What is most impressive about the 2006 Hyundai Accent?
We’d like to say it’s the driving character or style, but really it’s the price and powertrain warranty.
What is least impressive about the 2006 Hyundai Accent?
That would be the dull driving character and the bland styling.
How does the base price for 2006 Hyundai Accent sedan compare with the 2006 Rio?
The Accent is expected to start at $11,995 including a $495 destination charge. The Kia Rio starts at $11,110, which includes a $540 destination charge.