In sharp contrast to many of its competitors, Honda offers the same top-of-the-line trim levels on both its four-cylinder and six-cylinder models, a practice we wish more manufacturers would employ. The refinement with which the 2008 Honda Accord Sedan delivers its distinctive brand of relaxed enthusiasm is almost uncanny. Over the years the Accord has grown larger and more luxurious, but it has never forgotten its core customers. We expect our Fair Purchase Prices to reflect real-world transaction prices in line with sticker prices. We expect our Kelley Blue Book Fair Purchase Price to reflect real-world transaction prices in line with sticker prices, so be sure to check it out before you begin negotiating price.
Those looking to get the most car for the least money will find a loaded Hyundai Sonata Limited offers more feature such as heated rear seats unavailable on the Accord for less money. Excellent Throttle Response Even though throttle response isn't exactly a feature, the Accord responds so naturally to the driver's gas pedal inputs that we're compelled to note it here. Therefore, upfront price could be less than advertised price. The rear seat offers generous head and legroom, but we wish the front passenger seat had the same height-adjustable feature and manual lumbar support as the driver's seat. Rather than offer a pick-and-choose options list, Honda instead equips each trim with a long list of standard features.
Steering, likewise, is perfectly weighted and the car tracks straight down the highway requiring very little driver input, thanks in part to variable-ratio steering that improves both high-speed cruising and parking-lot maneuverability. All prices, specifications and availability subject to change without notice. Mileage estimates may be derived from previous year model. The largest Accord to date, the 2009 is some three inches longer than the last-generation Accord and five inches longer than the Toyota Camry. Actual mileage will vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits and vehicle's condition.
The base models come well-dressed, and climbing the trim ladder nets different wheels, chrome door handles, chrome exhaust finishers, fog lights and a rear spoiler coupe only. A freer-breathing exhaust system is the biggest difference between the two four-cylinder engines. This young man went out of his way to meet with me in his own time. Guests may also qualify for additional, conditional incentives not included in the displayed price. This place is over a hundred miles from me and with my schedule, it was difficult to get there within their business hours. Excellent Throttle Response Even though throttle response isn't exactly a feature, the Accord responds so naturally to the driver's gas pedal inputs that we're compelled to note it here. Top features include power windows, air conditioning, cruise control, and much more.
The 2008 Accord Coupe shares the same design elements but to a much sportier effect. Climb behind the wheel of the V6 model and you'll find the above accolades are all present, just multiplied for even more driving enjoyment. Standard safety equipment includes front, front-side and 2-row side-curtain airbags, as well as stability and traction controls and a sophisticated braking system. Rounding out a theme, braking feel, response and feedback are also top-notch. A perennial resale value all-star, the Honda Accord should perform similarly to the Toyota Camry and Nissan Altima — both also recently redesigned — and measurably better than the Saturn Aura and.
He was very knowledgeable and answered all my questions. Just call 813 752-4171 Convenience Features 1-touch down Driver vanity mirror Tilt steering wheel Air conditioning. For a limited time these vehicles are made available to the public. Best of all, the 2. Depending upon the trim level, you can get an Accord with keyless remote, cruise control, heated leather seats, navigation, six-speed manual transmission, power moonroof, premium audio, alloy wheels, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, eight-way power driver's seat with lumbar support and HomeLink remote garage-door control.
The Accord Sedan's steering is perfectly weighted in most driving situations, although it feels a bit heavy when performing slow-moving maneuvers such as parallel parking. There are plenty of bins and cubbies throughout and the backseat and trunk qualify as roomy in every dimension. The near perfect way in which the 2012 Honda Accord Sedan serves up its unique brand of subtle enthusiasm is both predictable and reassuring. I'm happy with my vehicle and the honesty I found there. If the Accord's look seems commonplace, it's only because there are so many of them on the road.
The Accord Sedan pushes the limits of midsize sedan, stretching nearly 5-inches longer than its longtime rival, the Toyota Camry. Odometer is 23469 miles below market average! With only 177,844 miles this 2006 Honda. A perennial resale value all-star, the Honda Accord should perform similarly to the Toyota Camry and Nissan Altima---both also recently redesigned---and measurably better than the Saturn Aura and. Power customer satisfaction surveys and repeat purchases. All of our cars are Premier Certified. The 2009 Accord Coupe shares the same design elements but to a much sportier effect. He kept his word and honored our agreement.