Honda Accord

Honda Accord

  The Accord was the segment leader since its launch in 2001. Sales have taken a hit because of lack of a diesel engine and Honda only offers a 2.4-litre iVETC and a 3.5-litre V6 iVETC. Its biggest competitors are the Volkswagen Passat, Skoda Superb, Toyota Camry, Hyundai Sonata. In 2011 Honda gave the Accord a facelift.

American Honda Motor Co., Inc., today announced that two factory-modified versions of the all-new 2008 Accord Coupe will be revealed at the 2007 SEMA show on October 30, 2007.

The all-new, completely redesigned 2008 Honda Accord is set to debut at dealerships nationwide on September 12 (sedan) and September 20 (coupe), with Manufacturer Suggested Retail Prices1 (MSRP) ranging from $20,360 for the well-equipped Accord LX Sedan to $30,510 for the sporty and luxurious Accord EX-L V-6 Coupe equipped with the Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation2 System™, Honda announced.

Honda will be presenting the world debut of an exciting Accord Tourer Concept at the forthcoming 2007 Frankfurt motor show. A press conference will be held on the Honda stand in Hall 5 on the first Press Day, 11th September, between 13.15 and 13.45. The Accord Tourer Concept will give a strong indication of the design direction of the all-new generation Accord Tourer set to debut in mid-2008 and its wider, lower look signals a more sporty, more emotional styling approach. This will be (...)
Posted on by Javier 3
The Honda Accord Honda Accord was first Japanese-nameplate car assembled in the United States and calendar year 2007 represents the 25th anniversary of its manufacture here. The all-new 2008 Honda Accord moves the world of mainstream transportation in a refined, dynamic and sophisticated direction with an expanded range of innovative technologies designed for more power, greater efficiency and enhanced safety across the entire lineup of sedans and coupes. Completely redesigned for 2008 with increased (...)
AutoSpies has the first totally uncovered photos of the 2008 Honda Accord. So, is this the official 2008 Accord? The 2008 Accord will have as a main competitor the Nissan Nissan Altima, Mazda Mazda 6 and Ford Mondeo. Prices are expected to start at $21,000. The 2008 Accord will be powered by a 2.2-liter turbodiesel V4 engine. Also a more powerful and lower-emissions V6 engine will provide higher fuel efficiency with the incorporation of Honda Honda ’s next-generation Variable Cylinder Management (VCM) (...)
Source: AutoSpies
Posted on by Ralph Kalal 1
Though Fox News may not seem to be the spot that the automotive enthusiast goes for the latest information about cars, it did come up with a common-sense approach to car buying in its current news. Seems that the newly-elected mayor of Kansas City, Missouri has accepted a free Honda – provided gratis by a local dealer. This turns out to be legal under state law. Nonetheless the nattering nabobs of negativism are criticizing his honor for taking the car. To which the mayor has an answer: (...)

Honda will add starting September two new models to its Accord line-up. Sales of the Accord are on the increase in 2007, with fleet sales already up by 68 per cent – and the car continues to win industry awards for its refinement, handling and practicality.

We previously reported that Honda will drop the Accord Hybrid. But this does not mean that you will have to pay millions for gas if you want to own an Accord. Honda will replace the non-successful Accord V6 hybrid with an ultra-clean range of diesel engines that could be capable of over 60mpg. The company claims this diesel engine will be as clean as a petrol engine. The new clean diesel engine is based on the current 2.2 i-CTDi. Honda previously presented at the technology convention in (...)
Source: AutoCar
Honda has announced that they will not launch a hybrid version of the new generation of Accord sedan when it will go on sale in the second half of the year. Insteed, the company will promote a new range of petrol-electric hybrid versions of the new Civic and another subcompact model wich currently is in development. The Accord will feature a new clean-diesel powertrain that’s scheduled for introduction by 2009. Honda also reported that they are working on an affordable, high-volume model (...)
Source: 4wheelsblog

Back to top