2015 Hyundai Accent vs 2015 Kia Rio

 

2015 Hyundai Accent

2015 Hyundai Accent

 

2015 Kia Rio

2015 Kia Rio

 

The 2015 Hyundai Accent vs. the 2015 Kia Rio

A top competitor in the subcompact class, the 2015 Hyundai Accent provides swift acceleration, plenty of space, and extensive warranty coverage. While others in the segment prove similarly competitive, including the 2015 Kia Rio, it becomes obvious that the Hyundai Accent should be your go-to choice. Once you explore it more in-depth, make the trek from Oklahoma City, Edmond, or Midwest City to see it in person at AutoMax Hyundai of Del City.

Quieter, More Comfortable Cabin

The 2015 Hyundai Accent keeps outside noise where it’s meant to be: on the outside. This makes for a pleasant ride whether you’re cruising through city streets or hitting top speeds along the highway. The 2015 Kia Rio, on the other hand, has been knocked for its noisy cabin, as wind and tire noise work their way inside to disrupt any sense of peace.

While the Kia Rio does provide convenience thanks to roomy back seats and 13.7 cubic feet of space in the trunk of the sedan, the Hyundai Accent sedan matches those cargo dimensions and also establishes an all-around appealing interior thanks to upscale materials and its solid structure. What’s more, the hatchback version of the Accent maintains 21.2 cubic feet of dedicated cargo volume, as compared to the Rio hatchback’s 14.9 cubic feet.

Top-Notch Handling

Guaranteeing balanced and composed handling, the 2015 Hyundai Accent prides itself as a fun-to-drive commuter car, smoothly taking on turns and passing maneuvers. Meanwhile, the 2015 Kia Rio proves more rigid to handle, making for a bumpy ride, particularly on rougher pavement. If you want an easy ride every time, the Hyundai Accent is your best bet.

Higher MPG Ratings

High fuel efficiency tops the priority lists of many buyers in the compact and subcompact segments, and the 2015 Hyundai Accent creeps ahead of the 2015 Kia Rio in this respect. The base Accent sedan runs on a 1.6L four-cylinder that reaches up to 38 mpg highway when paired with the six-speed manual transmission, while the base Rio sedan hits a lesser 37 mpg highway in an identical setup.

Find the 2015 Hyundai Accent at AutoMax Hyundai of Del City!

If you want a subcompact car with a serene cabin, agile handling, and proven protection, you can’t go wrong with the 2015 Hyundai Accent. Head to AutoMax Hyundai at 4401 Tinker Diagonal Street in Del City, Oklahoma to check it out in person, and feel free to contact the dealership with any questions about this premium Hyundai model!