Prices are in for the 2018 Hyundai Accent sedan
In the market for an affordable sedan? Check this out
The new 2018 Hyundai Accent line-up headed to the United States will only include a four-door sedan, one that borrows styling cues from the larger Elantra. But how about prices?
Hyundai just published pricing info on the 2018 Accent, so here’s what’s what.
The entry-level 2018 Accent comes as the Sedan SE and starts at $14,995 MSRP. This one uses a six-speed manual married to the updated 1.6-liter Gamma four-cylinder gasoline engine or GDI in Hyundai language. All the other versions rely on the same powerplant making 130 hp and 119 lb-ft of twist.
You can also have the Accent Sedan SE fitted with Hyundai’s six-speed automatic transmission with Shiftronic, but that will require an extra payment of $1,000, therefore, a starting sticker of $15,995.
Higher up the rankings sit the SEL and Limited trims. They both rely on the same transmission-engine duo but add extra features. The former starts at $17,295 while the latter can be had for at least $18,895.
SEL and Limited also bring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support, 15- and 17-inch alloy wheels, heated wheels (Limited only), all-corners disc brakes and heated mirrors.
Also, keep in mind that a freight tax of $885 is not included in the official pricing.