My first new car is a 2022 Hyundai Accent. I have chosen it with painstaking care. I wanted Forge Grey paint. I didn't care too much, as long as it wasn't silver. Silver was all they had available. I waited three weeks or so for it to arrive from Nuevo Leon, mexico. Mexico has been responsible for manufacturing increasing amounts of textiles and garments lately. Hyundai has been building vehicles on the American continent for quite some time now too. The car arrived before expected, and has been everything I wanted for a robust commuter vehicle. The CVT transmission is very smooth. The engine sounds like it runs on gasoline. The handling, braking, interior radio and heater all work well. The way you expect them to, if you grew up with toyotas from the 80's or 90's. And the build quality is good. And it isn't overly technological. I've repeatedly gotten 40 miles per gallon driving on coastal rural roads and state highways. It has a real key. The trunk has little gas struts to help it open a ways on its own once released. I work night shift. The instrument panel lighting is red for gauge cluster and blue for all other buttons, dimmable and well executed. It has reasonably good ground clearance. I learned to drive before back up cameras, and the visibility is perfectly sufficient in reverse. It does have a back up camera, which is helpful for curbs or shopping carts I suppose. The windshield wipers are usefully adjustable. The window can be fully or partially rolled down while driving and I haven't noticed any buffeting or excessive noise at normal speeds. Really nimble for a boring little car too.