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Last Updated: March 28, 2019

Plummeting Demand: The Hyundai Accent witnessed a drop in its sales position within the subcompact car segment in 2018, falling to fourth place after finishing 2017 in second. Hyundai dealers moved 50.7 percent fewer Accents in 2018 compared to in 2017. Demand has continued to decline in 2019, as dealerships have sold 20 percent fewer Accents compared to the same period last year.

Lower Prices: A base Accent with an automatic transmission starts at $15,995, which is about average when compared to its main competitors. However, it is still priced much lower than some rivals like the $17,050 Toyota Yaris iA. Opt for a 5-speed manual transmission to take $1,000 off the price.

Time to Buy: With a competitive ranking in it segment and sales on the decline, the Accent is a smart buy right now. If you are willing to spend a little bit more, consider test driving the Honda Fit. Not only does it hold the top-ranking in its segment, but it is also the winner of the 2019 Best Subcompact Car for the Money award. This month's Hyundai deals may help you find even more savings.

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