2017 Hyundai Accent vs 2017 Nissan Versa at Mike Miller Hyundai

We love the models we are able to have on our lot at Mike Miller Hyundai. With models like the Hyundai Sonata and Hyundai Genesis, we keep busy with many customers heading over to our lot for their next new car. The 2017 Hyundai Accent is a car that stands out among the competition too. We can give you many reasons why this compact car is a winner amongst other cars out there, like the 2017 Nissan Versa.

 

The Hyundai Accent comes in four trim levels: SE sedan, Value Edition sedan, SE hatchback, and Sport hatchback. The engine for this car is a 1.6-liter GDI engine that puts out 137 hp and 123 lb-ft of torque. It comes with Dual Continuously Variable Valve Timing to improve fuel efficiency and also has an Active ECO System. Each trim level comes with a six-speaker sound system with smartphone input jacks. The Bluetooth® hands-free system comes on the Value Edition sedan and Sport hatchback. The hatchback models also get the rear wipers, while the Sport hatchback gets heated side mirrors. All models come with plenty of standard safety features too. There is an available Brake Assist that detects emergency braking situations and puts on maximum braking force for shorter stopping distances. The sedan received the top score of “Good” from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety for the moderate overlap front, roof strength, and head restraint tests.

 

The Nissan Versa also comes as a sedan or a hatchback and each has four different trim levels. The engine for both models is a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine. It puts out less power than the Hyundai Accent with 109 hp and 107 lb-ft of torque. The base stereo for this car is a four-speaker, while the Hyundai Accent gets six speakers on the base. The Nissan Versa also has a list of standard safety features for each model, like traction and stability control, but it doesn’t have Brake Assist available. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety also gave the Nissan Versa its top rating of “Good” for the moderate-overlap front and roof restraint tests. They only received the second-highest rating of “Acceptable” for the head restraint test though.

 

If this is the new Hyundai model for you, head over to our Hyundai dealership to see it in person. We also have used Hyundai Accent options that you can consider too as well as other pre-owned models. So if you wanted a pre-owned Hyundai Genesis, we could help you with that too. We want to make sure you find what you need when you get here so you can drive home in your new Hyundai car today. Stop by and see us soon!

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