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.

Spy photographers caught the 2008 Honda Accord Honda Accord on testing down the streets in Santa Monica, California. 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) technology. The (...)
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At Detroit Auto Show, Honda unveiled the Accord Coupe Concept that revealed styling cues to be used by the new 2008 Accord, which goes on sale in America in the fall.The car will debut in both sedan and coupe versions. Prices are expected to start at $21,000. The design of the 2008 Accord will be inspired by the new Civic design philosophy, with a wide stance, large wheels, and clean, flowing styling. The car is said to be larger overall than the current model and will include a new coupe. (...)
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Own a Honda Accord Honda Accord in China? Got some bad news for you... Honda of China has announce that approximately 528, 406 Accords will be recalled due to faulty fuel pumps and power steering lines. Which models are affected by this? Honda Accord models produced from : January 7, 2003 and December 21, 2006 Additionally there will also be a recall on Honda Oddyseys produced between: February 22, 2005 and Valentine’s Day this year for faulty bolts on the car power steering. Lastly Fits and (...)
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Also making its debut at the Frankfurt Motor show is the updated Accord. The award winning premium/quality D-segment contender has undergone a facelift for 2006. As well as exterior and interior design alterations, the new Accord is injected with a host of significant technologies, most notably Honda’s Advanced Driving Assist Systems (ADAS) comprising of Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS) and Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) technology. It also gets a voice recognition satellite navigation (...)
Consumer Reports announced today that it has named five new models to its Top Picks list for 2007 — the Toyota RAV4 Toyota RAV4 , Infiniti Infiniti G35, Toyota Sienna Toyota Sienna , Mazda Mazda MX-5 Miata, and the new Honda Fit. The Top Picks list is published in CR’s Annual April Auto Issue. The Toyota Prius Toyota Prius remains the Top Pick in the "green" car category for the fourth year in a row. The Prius demonstrated an excellent 44 mpg overall fuel economy, the best of Consumer Reports tests of any five-passenger vehicles. This (...)
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After some years in production the Honda Accord Honda Accord seams to have some problems.So Honda Motor Co. is recalling 81,000 of its 2004-2005 Accord sedans because of an airbag sensor that was installed improperly.This could cause the related sensor to fail as the company said. The sensor regulates deployment of the airbag based on the occupant’s size and seating position and could fail, leading to injuries for smaller drivers. The company says that if the sensor does fail an airbag warning light (...)

At Detroit Auto Show, Honda unveiled the Accord Coupe Concept that revealed styling cues to be used by the new 2008 Accord, which goes on sale in America in the fall.The car will debut in both sedan and coupe versions. The 2008 Accord will have as a main competitor the Nissan Altima, Mazda 6 and Ford Mondeo. Prices are expected to start at $21,000.

The Honda Accord Coupe Concept reveals a totally new look for the next-generation Accord, along with key technologies for safety, fuel efficiency and performance, American Honda Motor Co., Inc., announced today at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. The Accord is Honda’s best-selling model in North America and its debut at NAIAS marks the first time that an Accord concept vehicle has ever been shown at a major auto show.

The 2007 Ford Fusion Ford Fusion emerged the winner in key areas like “styling,” “handling” and “fun to drive” after a head-to-head comparison test with Japanese sedans organized for subscribers by Car and Driver magazine. Now, Ford is making the results the centerpiece of a major, national marketing campaign for the car. “In its first year, the Ford Fusion has been recognized by third parties like J.D. Power and Associates, Smart Smart Money magazine, Strategic Vision Vision and the New York Times for its styling, (...)
Few months ago we told you how an Accord got Style Doors. Now is time to see this "beauty" in action. And i keep wondering: where did those guys saw the style in something like this?

Few months ago we told you how an Accord got Style Doors. Now is time to see this "beauty" in action.

And i keep wondering: where did those guys saw the style in something like this?


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