This article was originally published on August 9, 2012.
Accord V6 Sedan
The very first Accord was launched in 1976, it proved to be one of the most reliable vehicles of Honda engineering. The new Honda Accord comes with leather trimmed seats with heated front seats and leather wrapped in steering wheel.
The new Honda Accord SE sedan is priced at $24,030. Its fuel efficient and has 4-cylinder models with automatic transmission and all of accord models run on unleaded gasoline. The 2012 Accord uses the Partial Zero Emission Vehicle (PZEV) technology.
The Accord Sedan earned the 5 star safety rating in categories by National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and NCAP tests. Vehicle Stability Assist™ helps in assisting the driver to have a better control of the vehicle during emergency conditions and capable of adjusting brake pressure at each wheel and reduces engine power.
Standard 4-wheel anti-lock disc brakes and Electronic Brake Distribution assists in full control of the braking system. Tire Pressure Monitoring System warns the driver when the tire pressure reaches low.
Accord is designed to protect the passengers during unavoidable collisions. The structure transfers the crash energy from the front over a wide area and the forces reaching the passenger compartment will be reduced. Accord vehicles have front and side airbags to help reduce injuries during front and rear impacts.
Honda introduced the sports version of the Accord at 2012 NAIAS. It is more streamlined that Sedan versions to have better aerodynamics with increased mileage and efficiency. The Coupe comes in 5 shining colors.
Accord Couple has 2.4L 4-cylinder with 6-speed manual or updated 3.5L V6 with 6-speed automatic. It possesses forward collision warning system, lane departure warning system and blind spot monitor.
The new Accord Coupe employs the Variable Cylinder Management Technology that manages the engine cylinders as required to provide better acceleration and fuel savings. Its multi-link rear suspension and low center of gravity helps in better control of the Coupe.
Credits: Honda Motors, Wikipedia