The 2013 Honda Fit vs. the 2013 Hyundai Accent
Middletown and Mahwah drivers looking for a small car will be interested in the 2013 Honda Fit. Embodying Honda’s reputation for value and safety in a compact package, the 2013 Fit is one of the best picks in its class. The Fit also comes with a large list of features at the base level. Like a good hatchback, it provides storage space in the back while offering a fun drive.
Not all compact vehicles are created equal, though. Drivers interested in the 2013 Hyundai Accent should know that the Honda Fit comes equipped with some key features that are missing from Hyundai. Here’s how the two models match up.
Honda believes that despite being more affordable, a compact vehicle should still be well equipped. Here are a few of the standard features on the base, manual transmission 2013 Fit that are either non-standard or unavailable on the similarly priced 2013 Hyundai Accent GS five-door:
- Cruise control
- A telescoping steering column: making your drive more comfortable
- A second row split bench: increasing your storage options
- A stereo anti-theft system
- Cargo area tie-downs: keeping your belonings from shifting around in the trunk
A split second row is completely unavailable on the Accent, actually. While both vehicles have a similar standard cargo volume of around 20 cubic-feet, the split bench increases the Fit’s maximum area to 57.3 cubic-feet, 10 more cubic-feet than the Accent’s maximum cargo area.
Learn More About the 2013 Honda Fit at Middletown Honda
Do you want to see what else the Honda Fit has to offer? Drop by our dealership and explore it for yourself. We’d be happy to set you up with a test drive too. Our dealership is located at 520 Route 211, in Middletown, New York, just north of Mahwah. If you have any questions about the Fit or any of our other new or used vehicles, feel free to contact Middletown Honda.