Looking for an inexpensive car with great value? The 2010 Hyundai Accent is a good choice even with its sparsely equipped. At a price listing of $10,000, the 2010 Accent is great for those suffering from current economic misfortunes. The Accent has decent cargo space and a stellar fuel economy that reaches 27/36 mpg city/highway. The Accent is cheap, so this means basics like AC will cost more.
Though the 2010 Accent offers six airbags, it is decidedly lacking in safety features like anti-lock brakes. The 2010 Accent comes in four trims: the base Blue, GS hatchback, GLS sedan, and SE hatchback. Acceleration on the Accent is poor, but it has a solid structural feel. The exterior bland and tasteless, but the interior is surprisingly roomy for a subcompact.