Recently I came across a review of the 2012 Accent By Antuan Goodwin as posted on reviews.cnet.com. I though it was a pretty detailed review so wanted to pass this on to you!
The good: The 2012 Hyundai Accent SE is surprisingly fun to drive and offers a respectable level of cabin technology, including Bluetooth calling and audio streaming, USB and iPod connectivity, and SiriusXM satellite radio.
The bad: Hyundai’s navigation system is not available on any Accent model.
The bottom line: The 2012 Hyundai Accent SE continues Hyundai’s streak of great cars with great tech, but the omission of a navigation option keeps this entry-level model from getting top marks.
Hyundai seems to be batting a thousand these days. Working its way from the top to the bottom of its lineup, the Korean automaker has debuted a pair of luxury sedans in the Genesis and the Equus, a line of performance Genesis Coupes, the Sonata that’s caused the Japanese competition to take notice, and the Elantra sedan that’s as good–if not better–than any Civic lacking an Si badge. Hyundai now turns its attention to its entry-level Accent: a car that, in its previous generation was noteworthy for once holding the title of cheapest car in America with its sub-$10,000 price tag.