he Hyundai Accent is among the few cars available today that gets better fuel economy from its manual transmission.
Fuel economy for the 2016 Hyundai Accent is an EPA-estimated 26 mpg city, 37 highway, 30 combined with the automatic transmission and slightly better at 27/38/31 mpg with the manual. The automatic has an ActiveEco button that triggers early upshifts to improve gas mileage, while models with the manual gearbox use an eco shift light to suggest the driver can upshift to save fuel.
The sedan comes with air conditioning; AM/FM/CD audio with satellite radio and a USB port; heated side mirrors; and keyless entry. The hatchback comes with all that, plus a rear defroster and the 172-watt sound system with satellite radio and iPod and USB connectivity.
A Popular Equipment Package adds steering-wheel audio controls; a tilt/telescope wheel; cruise control; Bluetooth; and a sliding armrest center console.