2017 Hyundai Accent

Subcompacts are the best of several worlds–a smart, reliable, comfortable car that will get you where you want to go but will also make your budget happy as well. Among the subcompacts, the 2017 Hyundai Accent is one of the best. Stylish, comfortable, and economical, the Accent is the total package.

Subcompact cars are the most likely vehicles to give you the best gas mileage without opting for a hybrid or an electric. The Accent boasts 27 mpg in the city and 37 mpg on the highway. That’s more highway miles per gallon than either the Toyota Yaris or the Honda Fit. So when you’re commuting to work, you can know that your car is taking a smaller chunk of your paycheck than some of the other vehicles you may be looking at.

The Hyundai Accent comes in either a sedan or hatchback option, which gives you style options that you may not get with other models. Not only does the Accent give you better highway mpg, it also sports best in class 5-door cargo space in the hatchback. The back row can be folded down in a 60/40 split to give you adjustable options for multiple combinations of seating and storage. The Accent hatchback comes with a spacious 21.2 cubic feet of cargo space, more than any other subcompact. If you carry people and their stuff, and don’t want to feel like you’re in a clown car, the Accent has what you need.

The 2017 Hyundai Accent has great integrated technology for a car in this price range. Steering wheel controls give you the ability to change radio stations, set your cruise control, and activate your voice command feature without taking your hands off the wheel, which is important if you’re driving. Bluetooth capability lets you make calls and answer calls hands free. One impressive perk is the Accent’s three free months of Sirius XM satellite radio–that’s a feature that normally comes on much larger, much more expensive vehicles. USB and AUX ports also make it easy to play your own digital music from your phone, Mp3 player or flash drive. Though the Accent is a budget-friendly car, the tech doesn’t feel dumbed down.


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Accent Warranty

One of the best things about the Hyundai Accent is the Hyundai Warranty, otherwise known as America’s Best Warranty. This warranty goes as twice as far as the normal new car warranty by giving you a 5 years/60,000 mile limited warranty. But you get more than that, with a 10 year/100,000 mile powertrain warranty. Want more? Your new Hyundai also comes with 5 years and unlimited miles of roadside assistance. The amount of confidence that Hyundai has in their new cars and their willingness to stand behind them definitely provides a peace of mind when you buy one.

  • 60/40 Split Seats

    Small cars don’t have to be cargophobic. With the 60/40 split seats, you can create adaptable cargo storage at a moment’s notice.

  • Shiftronic Transmission

    Add a smidge of sporty fun with the Shifttronic transmission.

  • Active EcoSystem

    Up your fuel economy numbers even more by restricting your engine’s performance when you want the benefit of MPGs.

  • Projector Headlights

    Cut through the darkness, the gloom, or amp up your safety with these impressively designed headlights with LED accents.


The 2017 Hyundai Accent is an impressive vehicle that just happens to come in a small package. Impressive gas mileage, cargo space, and tech features combine with reliability to give you a fantastic subcompact option that fits your daily life.

2017 Honda Fit

For a fuel-efficient commute or a city-friendly subcompact ride, the 2017 Honda Fit simply can’t be beat. Its best-in-class cabin and cargo space set it apart from competitors, with head and leg room for days. Believe it or not, Fit rear-seat passengers enjoy more legroom than you’ll find in the Accord. The Fit also puts an affordable price tag on all the latest tech gear, including a road-trip-friendly navigation system. Comfort, performance, plus excellent fuel economy puts this lively hatchback on the top of everyone’s wish list.

2017 Honda Fit

With so many great things to say about the 2017 Honda Fit, it’s almost tough to know where to start. It certainly bests competitors in terms of passenger and cargo space. With more legroom than the Honda Accord, this subcompact hatchback is a great pick for urban socialites and families who want to save more than they spend on a new car. When you flip down the rear seats, you’ll create as much max cargo space as in some small crossover SUVs: 52.7 cubic feet. Although you wouldn’t normally think to bring your subcompact hatchback on an IKEA run, now you certainly can. The clever 60/40-split Magic rear seat further sets the Fit apart from other cars in this segment. Its flip-up cushion gives you floor-to-roof cargo space when you need to stow tall items, including garage sale furniture finds like end tables and lamps.

More than roominess, the Fit is known for its excellent fuel economy. The continuously variable transmission is specially designed to help you save on gas, and it’s EPA-rated to earn 33 city/40 highway mpg. That means you can spend more money on brunch dates, late-night outings, and more fun in general. This subcompact hatchback might be thrifty with gas, but it still maintains a snappy around-town presence. When you kick things into gear on winding roads, the Fit supplies sporty handling and athleticism that you might not expect from a subcompact. Driving enthusiasts will love the manual transmission, which helps you get up to speed in one quick jaunt.

If you’re also in the market for tech gear, the Fit offers a surprisingly long list at an excellent rate. The HondaLink infotainment system is your central hub for everything from smartphone integration to turn-by-turn navigation, and it does a great job of supplying you with the apps you want in a timely fashion, with a responsive touchscreen and intuitive menus. For iPhone users, voice-activated Siri Eyes Free technology supplies endless convenience, letting you alter music settings or send voice-to-text messages without looking away from traffic.

Besides playful style, best-in-class cabin space, and frugal fuel economy, the 2017 Honda Fit also supplies excellent standards in safety. In government crash tests, it earned a perfect five-star rating for overall safety. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the 2017 Honda Fit its top score of “Good” in every crash test.

 EX-L with Navi

Fit EX-L with Navi

The 2017 Honda Fit EX-L comes with just about everything you could possibly want, in a sporty-yet fuel-efficient package. It adds to the Fit EX-L’s suave leather upholstery and cozy heated front seats with an exclusive navigation system. Use the system’s handy voice recognition feature when you want to get directions without taking your hands off the wheel. HD and satellite radio are also exclusive to the Fit EX-L with Navi, supplying you with plenty of audio options on your next cross-country excursion.

2017 Honda Fit 7-Inch Display

7-Inch Display

A pinchable, swipeable touchscreen is your hub for wide-ranging infotainment.

2017 Honda Fit Multi-Angle Rearview Camera

Multi-Angle Rearview Camera

Tuck into parallel parking spaces with maximum visibility.

2017 Honda Fit ECON Button

ECON Button

Hit this button and your CVT-equipped Fit optimizes power for increased fuel savings.

2017 Honda Fit Youthful Style

Youthful Style

The Fit’s streamlined, colorful exterior speaks to your peppy sense of style.


When everything is said and done, the 2017 Honda Fit is the absolute best-in-class choice for drivers who crave substantial passenger space in subcompact form. Whether you’re looking for an inexpensive, urban-friendly family hauler or a budget-friendly commuter workhorse, the Fit has you covered. Not only that, but this peppy compact has style with a range of fresh, eye-catching colors to brighten your everyday ride.

*Any MPG listed is based on model year EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary, depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, battery pack age/condition (hybrid only) and other factors. For additional information about EPA ratings, visit http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/label/learn-more-PHEV-label.shtml.

** Government 5-Star Safety Ratings are part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA’s) New Car Assessment Program. Model tested with standard side airbags (SABs). For additional information on the 5-Star Safety Ratings program, please visit www.safercar.gov.

2016 Subaru Legacy vs Mazda 6

The 2016 Subaru Legacy and the Mazda 6 are both excellent mid-size sedans, known for their family-friendly cabins and impressive fuel economy. They also deliver world-class safety. Inside, modern tech features always keep you connected. If you’re having trouble choosing between these two models, check out our handy guide, where we go over some of the biggest differences between the two.

2016 Subaru Legacy vs Mazda 6

Passenger Space

Inside, the 2016 Subaru Legacy delivers generous head-, leg-, and elbowroom. From behind the wheel, you’ll enjoy impressive outward visibility and easy access to important dash controls. The trunk offers a roomy 15 cubic feet of cargo space for your sports equipment and shopping bags.

When it comes to passenger space, the Mazda 6 is a worthy competitor. Whether they choose to sit in the front or back seats, even tall passengers will be completely comfortable here. The Mazda 6 trunk delivers 14.8 cubes of cargo space.

Convenience and Tech Features

Once again, 2016 Subaru Legacy takes the lead. This year, it introduces a number of cloud-based infotainment apps designed to give you up-to-the-minute information on topics that include news and weather. HD satellite radio treats you to a wealth of listening options. Xenon headlights are more than stylish – they enhance overall visibility.

The Mazda 6 isn’t far behind, with a long list of infotainment options of its own. Like the Legacy, it makes it easy to stream music or make hands-free calls. The central touchscreen even displays your text messages. LED daytime running lights help make your presence known.

Passenger Protection

This competition was almost too close to call, but we like the Mazda 6. In government crash tests, it earned a perfect five-star rating for overall protection. The rearview camera makes backing up a snap. Advanced technology, including blind spot alert, maximizes driver vigilance.

In addition to earning top crash test scores, the Legacy follows closely behind with its own high-tech driver aids. Impressively, the forward collision mitigation system can actually apply the brakes if it senses a looming accident. Subaru’s Safety and Security Plus features help you solve unexpected problems, thanks to features like remote vehicle access and stolen vehicle recovery.

Driving Dynamics

Here we favor the 2016 Subaru Legacy. Unlike many vehicles in this class, it comes standard with all-wheel drive to maximize traction over slick surfaces. For premium power, check out the Legacy’s 3.6-liter six-cylinder boxer engine. It generates 256 horsepower and 247 pound-feet of torque for abundant acceleration.

The Mazda 6 comes standard with front-wheel drive and a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine. It generates 184 horses and 185 pound-feet of torque for a smooth, refined performance. On the road, the Mazda 6 feels composed and confident.

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2016 Subaru Legacy vs Mazda 6

While both the 2016 Subaru Legacy and the Mazda 6 sedans have their high points, we prefer the 2016 Subaru Legacy overall. Inside, it gives you the family-friendly space you require. Infotainment options help you keep younger passengers entertained during long trips. You’ll also find it’s easy to stay connected on the go. On the road, the Legacy provides premium performance and modern fuel economy. Take the Legacy out for a test drive today!

Used Subaru Forester

Buy a certified used Subaru Forester for a compact crossover SUV that delivers comfortable seating, modern conveniences, and impressive off-road capabilities. The Forester is a great pick for anyone who requires substantial cabin space and SUV-like utility. Over slippery roads, the Forester provides confident handling and substantial traction. The engine options give you plenty of power for both on- and off-road trips. Come in and test drive a Subaru today!

Used Subaru Forester

2014 – 2015

4th Gen Forester


The modern Subaru Forester is a five-passenger compact crossover SUV with a spacious, refined cabin and substantial power. It’s the perfect used family car. Its six trim models are divided into two segments, 2.5i and 2.0XT. Each division offers its own engine. The 2.5i Forester gives you a naturally aspirated horizontally opposed four-cylinder engine and access to 170 horses. The 2.0XT Forester maximizes performance with a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder that’s good for 250 horses. On the road, this engine makes the Forester among the quickest in its class. Both engines are paired with a continuously variable transmission for great fuel economy and a smooth performance. No matter which model you choose, you can count on excellent off-road capabilities.

Inside, the used Subaru Forester impresses with its comfortable seating, modern convenience features, and high-tech safety options. The EyeSight system warns you of dangers you might not be able to see, integrating features like lane departure warning and frontal collision warning. With the navigation system, it’s easy to explore new territory. Leather upholstery sets a luxurious tone.

2009 – 2013

3rd Gen Forester


The third generation used Subaru Forester officially became a crossover SUV, shedding its original tall wagon body style. You could choose between 2.5X and 2.5XT models, each of which came with its own engine. The 2.5X Foresters derived their power from a horizontally opposed four-cylinder engine with a healthy output of 170 horses. The 2.5XT models were even more powerful, using a turbocharged 2.5-liter engine to make 224 horses. All models were well stocked with modern features.

2003 – 2008

2nd Gen Forester


Much like the first generation, these used Subaru Forester vehicles were tall wagons with comfortable cabins and an impressive range of convenience features. The standard 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine produced a healthy 165 horses. From 2006 on, the base engine delivered 173 horses. In 2004 and 2005, shoppers could enhance performance with a turbocharged 2.5-liter that created 210 horses.

1998 – 2002

1st Gen Forester


When the Subaru Forester made its debut, its impressive handling and tall wagon body made it an instant sensation. It came standard with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, offering class-leading 165 horsepower. Inside, seating was incredibly comfortable and the cabin spacious. The original Forester also supplied impressive crash test scores, giving passengers peace of mind on the highway.