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It's plain, it's basic, it's cheap, it doesn't come with a whole lot of fancy extras -- kind of like high school cafeteria food. But the 2005 Hyundai Accent makes a great first car, thanks to 29/33 mpg, an affordable price tag, and reliable 4-star crash ratings. For 2005, the Accent picks up optional ABS brakes, a nice bonus to the already standard dual front-side airbags, often overlooked in compact economy cars.

It's plain, it's basic, it's cheap, it doesn't come with a whole lot of fancy extras -- kind of like high school cafeteria food. But the 2005 Hyundai Accent makes a great first car, thanks to 29/33 mpg, an affordable price tag, and reliable 4-star crash ratings. For 2005, the Accent picks up optional ABS brakes, a nice bonus to the already standard dual front-side airbags, often overlooked in compact economy cars.

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The 2005 Hyundai Accent comes in two body styles: hatchback coupe and sedan. The optional anti-lock brake system is revised, and exterior features provide good functions for the vehicle. Interior features are well rounded and will please many drivers. The power and performance on this vehicle are a bit low in regards to power and smooth riding. Safety is in the above average range with plenty of features aiming to protect drivers in anything from fender benders to high-speed collisions. The fuel economy is good on this vehicle as well.