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Born to be an excellent commuter car, this 2009 Hyundai Accent offers top-notch fuel economy and a solid ride at an extremely affordable price. Perfect for first-time buyers or commuters on a budget, this front-wheel drive Accent achieves high mileage ratings and carries itself just as well as its closest competitors - the Nissan Versa and Toyota Yaris. A quality build and smooth ride, and outstanding fuel efficiency can all be had for a very affordable price. Surprisingly spacious for a compact, this sedan is family-oriented. It features generally what you'd expect from a compact - no fancy bells and whistles or upscale plushness, but nothing too cheap or harsh either. The cabin feels practical and comfortable, with lots of room devoted to front passengers. The rear seats split-fold 60/40, which comes in handy. While no powerhouse, it compares favorably with other economy cars in its class, and its light weight offers a spirited ride with easy maneuverability, making it a perfect car for tooling around city streets. The 16-valve, 1.6-liter inline four gets 110 hp and 106 lb-ft of torque at 4,500 RPM. Paired with a 4-speed automatic, you can expect impressive mileage ratings around 26/35 mpg. The Accent is no racer, but it achieves its econobox purpose admirably - it gets drivers from point A to point B with confident commuter power and a relatively quiet engine. You may be attracted to this Accent for its fuel economy, but its smooth and comfortable ride, roomy interior, and abundant cargo space make it a strong contender in a crowded field for lots of reasons.