2014 Honda Fit vs Hyundai Accent
2014 Hyundai Accent
When presented with the question of which compact sedan offers the best features many recall the 2014 Hyundai Accent, which, among its standard features, also boasts an incredibly spacious interior and configuration possibilities. The Accent’s engine may be little, but it doesn’t hinder it any, and handles the roads with an integrity expected of the segment usually attributed to luxury-classed cars.
The 2014 Hyundai Accent has proven to be a vehicle worthy of its reputation among car enthusiasts. With a huge number of options, including power sunroof, Bluetooth hands-free phone system, heated seats, and a standard ECO system on all automatic models, the Accent’s versatility shines through its interior right to its exterior.
2014 Honda Fit
The 2014 Honda Fit upholds its commitment to being an affordable subcompact car with the space options offered through the back-folding 2nd-Row Magic Seats. The 2014 Honda Fit, at first glance, appears like more than the decent option. However, in reviewing the rest of the Honda Fit, it comes across as uninspired, attempting to convey a status that it simply doesn’t posses. Whether you look at the bland body or lacking standard features, the Honda Fit flirts with the promise of premium quality but soon betrays itself as overwhelmingly mediocre.
An appropriate change from previous generations but not enough distinction to make the 2014 Honda Fit stand above the rest. Compare this against the incredibly spacious and versatile 2014 Hyundai Accent, and the choice is made that much easier.
The 2014 Hyundai Accent’s affordability and fuel efficiency are sure to attract their share of attention, add to this the impressive options and relevant trim levels and you have a car equipped for your lifestyle, whatever it may be.