Finally ditched my 2016 Hyundai Accent for a $2500 loss. I would have paid twice that much just to get that piece of junk to go away. Traded in a good Chevy Colorado for better gas mileage and a lower payment. Neither happened. The first vehicle died on the way home. Should have taken the hint. They brought one from across state and we reluctantly accepted it. After a few weeks, the vehicle started it's curse: At least 19 tows, multiple battery replacements, ignition replacements, starter replacements, fuse replacements and no less than 45 visits to multiple Hyundai service centers. So bad, we got to know the tow truck drivers. YOU AGAIN! At one point the mileage dropped to 10 mpg. Remember when Hyundai lied about their mileage. Well if they lie about mileage, what else do the lie about. We were never able to get the full service records to complete the LEMON LAW request and the car was getting 10 - 14 mpg. They sent a master mechanic down from the main office and he kept it for three weeks, removing the gas and as well a few other things.
The recommendation after two was to use Premium gas!!! The next time I drove it, I parked it at work at the airport and when I came out it had leaked an entire tank of gas into the airport parking lot. After that one we called it HAZMAT HYUNDAI. Not to mention the service ripoffs like nitrogen in the tires. What a joke! So you have to fill them at the dealer and they can harass you with sales pitches every time you have to get air.
I have owned over 35 vehicles and this by far has been the most unreliable, problem-laden vehicle I have ever owned. Against my advice, my office manager just purchased a Hyundai Accent. She has had it less than month and already on three occasions it has just stopped dead, twice on the highway. She took it in for service. They kept it several days and said they had driven it all over and couldn't find the problem. She asked if that is why it only had 1.4 miles on it since she brought it in.
After my experience, why anyone would buy a Hyundai, I'll never know. Be fore-warned.