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Posted on: July 5, 2011 | In Honda
The Honda Civic is one of those cars that has become a staple in the American economy, as many people love to have these small cars thanks to the handling and the fact that they get great gas mileage. But, what can be expected for 2012? For 2012, the Honda Civic is going to be offered in several different trim levels, a total of six in all that means each and every person out there is going to have their choice of what they want in the Civic. It should make consumers much happier since they are going to be able to pick and choose what they want and make buying the new 2012 Honda Civic less of a hassle and more of a relaxing affair. So what all is being offered?
One the lower price end of the spectrum, the 2012 Civic Coupe is going to start at around $15,605. Gas mileage wise on the highway the Coupe is going to get around thirty-nine miles per hour, while in the city it is going to get around 28 miles to the gallon. On the other spectrum of the Coupe is the 2012 Civic Si Coupe that is going to get a little less gas mileage, with twenty-two miles to the gallon in the city and thirty-three miles to the gallon on the highway. However, the Couple Si is meant for those that want performance. The car is a six speed manual with 201 horsepower. But, it will cost the person around $22,205 without any added extras that are available.
The 2012 Civic Sedan is the Civic that most people have come to associate with Honda. And the basic version is available for those that are interested for around $15,805. The car is offering twenty-eight miles to the gallon in the city, while offering thirty–nine miles to the gallon on the highway. The Sedan is also coming in a Si version that is meant to be more sportier and offer the performance that the person may be missing in their lives.
For those that are worried about the gas mileage and the impact that the Civic is having on the world. Then, they have two options to choose from for 2012. The Honda Civic Hybrid is meant to get forty-four miles to the gallon in the city and on the highway. With a starting price of $24,050, which is perhaps one of the cheapest hybrids that is on the market right now. On the other side of things, for those that are not sure that they want to jump on the hybrid market just yet, they can choose from the 2012 Honda Civic HF that is designed to get better gas mileage thanks to a more contoured shape. Most people will find that the HF is shaped just like the hybrid while only offering29 miles to the gallon in the city and forty-four miles to the gallon on the highway. The starting price for the HF is around $19,455. Overall, with the Honda Civic for 2012, people are getting more choices than ever and they are sure to find something that is going to work for them and their family.
Posted on: May 9, 2011 | In Honda
For years people have been saying that the Honda Civic is just another face in the list of cars that are out there. That the car really does not have any distinguishable features about it that makes people want to have it. However, Honda is hoping to change this with the new 2012 Honda Civic Si that is being released. They are hoping to get back the magic that they once had that made people want to have the Honda Civic. However, did the Honda Civic Si get back the magic that has long been lost for some consumers?
There are many specifications about the Honda Civic Si that are going to be slightly different from past models, however, in order to full understand what all the Civic Si is offering,
the specifications must be known:
- A combined 31 miles per gallon (which is by no means amazing when compared to other models that are on the market that are getting tons of more gas mileage)
- 6 Speed Manual Transmission that is going to definitely get some people excited as more and more automakers are not offering manual transmissions even as an option
- 13.2 gallon fuel tank
- can hold up to five passengers, though the back passengers may be a bit cramped when riding long distances
- 4 wheel anti lock brake system with disc brakes in the front and drum brakes in the rear for optimal stopping power
- 2.0 liter I-VTEC four engine
- 201 horsepower
- can only use premium fuel in car
- a shortened wheelbase is one of the dominant features of the car
- harder suspension for a smoother ride
With all these changes and specifications, the main question that people are asking is whether this new Honda Civic is going to be the revolutionary product that people are wanting in a car? The professionals that have been given the opportunity to test drive this are a bit hesitant on saying yes or no when they are deciding on this. They state that there is great improvement on the braking power which was definitely needed. However, there is still not the power that people are expecting with a car that is considered this sporty. The ride is a bit smoother and the person is going to find that this is much more accommodating for the times in which they are riding longer.
However, the person is going to find that the ride is almost too tight to really be comfortable and this is perhaps the biggest drawback that people are talking about. Due to the small size that is in the vehicle most people find that this is not going to work for those that are trying to travel with their entire family. For the single person that does not have children or a significant other, it is going to be a perfect fit. For others, they may be a bit disappointed. However, it is a small compact car that is expected to get great gas mileage and so forth. Is this car winning in the category? It is a bit better than the past models, but a little more time could have went into making it better.
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Posted on: March 31, 2011 | In Honda
Starting today, many Honda plants in the United States are going to see that their production is cut down by nearly half as the company has decided to do this since the plants in Japan are not able to work on a full-time basis. Most people are finding this odd since Honda does do business with a number of manufacturers in North America that produces the components of many of their vehicles. However, they still do rely on a few parts from Japan, and this is just going to show how one part that is no longer available, can halt the production of the cars altogether.
However, not all the plants in the United States are going to be shut down at the same time or for the same amount of time. The headquarters has stated that these shutdowns are based on the availability of parts for those plants that are making a certain vehicle. The company released information on each plant in the US that is going to be affected. The plant located in Maysville, Ohio will run four hours on each shift on lines one and two. In Allison, Ontario each shift will run for four hours a day. The same can be said for plants that are located in Lincoln, Alabama, and Honda's Greensburg Ind. Those plants that may not see much difference are those that are located in Mexico, the plant in Anna, Ohio and the plant in East Liberty, Ohio who will be running based on the production that is needed.
Honda has declined to say what parts are in shortage and are the reason for this decrease of work time. However, they did say that those who work at the affected plants have three options. They can stay at the plant during those hours in which they will not be actually producing cars and get paid, they can take a vacation or take time off without pay.
Posted on: March 14, 2011 | In Honda
The 2012 Honda Civic is one of the cars that the public is ready to experience. For the past thirty-nine years the Civic name has been one of the best selling smaller cars that are on the market. And with introduction of the ninth generation Civic, this trend is not going to cease. The new Civic is everything that consumers are looking for, they are sporty, good looking cars that are going to give the performance that people expect. However, probably the biggest news for Honda is that there are going to be several different versions of the 2012 Honda Civic that goes on sale for consumers.
The first is the standard coupe or sedan Civic. This is the basic version of all those that are available. However, even though these are basic, people can still expect to get around forty miles per gallon from these cars. The introductory price of these new Civics has not been released yet, however, they are sure to keep with the mode that they always have in offering affordable cars for all those that need them.
The company will be offering the two version of the Si Civic, which is the performance car of all the models being offered. The 2012 version is going to have even more power than past Si versions have had, which is sure to make them a fast seller off the lots. The cars are going to be equipped with a 2.4 liter i-VTEC engine that is going to improve performance drastically when compared to older models.
There is going to be a version of the Civic Hybrid offered that is going to offer amazing gas mileage. The car runs off of a lithium-ion battery for a majority of the time when the car is running, except on those long trips. And the person can expect to get around forty-five miles per gallon with this car. Plus, they get the knowledge of knowing that they are getting a car that is considered a great way to save the environment.
Probably the biggest news for the 2012 Honda Civic is that they are planning to release a Civic that runs on a natural-gas alternative fuel variant. However, whether this car is going to be available everywhere is still undecided. Those that are able to get their hands on one of these are going to have one of the newest technologies to hit the market in a few months.
Honda is also excited about the Civic HF, which is one of their newer concepts that are going to become one of the Civic family. This car is expected to get around forty one miles per gallon.
The company took this time to make a few changes to the looks of the Honda Civic in order to give it more edge and have it appeal to younger crowds. One thing that people are going to notice is that the fenders are changed. The fenders give the car a more sportier look that has a fierceness about it that it has lacked in the past. The cabin has been lowered and lengthened in order to make the car handle better through those tight curves since it is now sitting lower to the ground. Overall, most people are going to impressed by the new look of the Civic, it is still going to let people know immediately that it is a Civic, however, the 2012 versions are the Civic with a bit of attitude.
Some great news for consumers that are interested in purchasing these 2012 Civics, is that Honda is allowing consumers to choose what they want in their interior. They are truly making it to where the new Civics can be completely customized to the consumer that is purchasing it. Which means that everyone can get the exact kind of car that they want with the added benefit of having one of the newer cars that are out there without having to give up their arm or leg as payment.
With the history of Civic and the loyal consumers that follow the model, the 2012 models are sure to be of some excitement for them. The company is eager to start selling these as they do believe that consumers are going to find that they have reached out and made a car that everyone is going to love.
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Posted on: December 16, 2010 | In Honda
Honda recently posted around a 16% increase in sales for the month of November, which puts them ahead of Toyota, their main competitor. However, many professionals are saying that, despite this increase in sales, Honda is no longer appealing to the public as it once was. The reason? Many people are finding that their cars are just not having that edge that other vehicles have. For example, their best selling car the Honda Civic, has been unchanged for years. Yes, there have been a few improvements here and there, but ultimately the public has lost interest.
Honda is taking this time to make sure that they are still competitors in the auto world and are making drastic changes to their Honda Civic. But will this be enough? Professionals are pointing out that many of the new cars that company is producing are just not making the cut. For example, the Acura ZDX. Which many people have never heard of, and that is why the professional world believes that Honda is losing out.
When looking at the history of Honda, the company seems to perform well when the market is down. However, as the market improves, Honda becomes less and less desirable. Many professionals are pointing this out as being the main flaw of the company since all figures are pointing to the market beginning to revitalize. This could mean that Honda is left in the dust. Especially since Honda has a stance in which they are not forcing their brand on the public, unlike other automakers who advertise constantly and offer great deals for consumers to purchase one of their vehicles.
With the new Honda Civic getting ready to make its debut at the Detroit Auto Show, this is literally going to be the sink or swim time for Honda. If the car does not do that well, then the Honda brand could become extinct over time. On the other hand if the car is accepted, this could mean a whole new world for Honda.
Posted on: November 1, 2010 | In Honda
The 2010 Civic Hybrid CVT AT-PZEV offers consumers a satisfying combination of exquisite design and exceptional fuel consumption rate, all at a market price that remains within the range for compact vehicles. If you need an eco-car, with acceptable performance and comfortable interior, there are no better alternatives than this hybrid model. The 2010 Civic Hybrid CVT AT-PZEV is extraordinary in terms of fuel economy with some added advantages such as leather interior, heated seats, XM Satellite radio and a GPS navigation system with voice recognition. This model is configured as a four-door sedan, making it likely that many sedan users are interested with this model, as it offers a far better fuel efficiency than common sedan models.
Hybrid vehicles are generally not qualified as a performance sports car and 2010 Civic Hybrid CVT AT-PZEV is no exception, even so many early users consider it as a car with good handling. You could say that obvious considerations for buying this hybrid car model are its impressive fuel economy, sporty exterior design and elegant interior. Those who are looking for a sportier car and good fuel economy, should choose Mercury Milan Hybrid instead.
The claimed fuel economy of 2010 Honda Civic Hybrid CVT AT-PZEV is 45 mpg on the highway and 40 mpg on the city, thus it can be considered as one of the most desirable city car in the market. It’s powered by a 1.3 liters four-cylinder engine, which works in conjunction with an electric motor to produce a total of 110 horsepower. The gearbox is configured based on the CVT (continuously variable transmission) design.
Handling and Braking
The 2010 Civic Hybrid CVT AT-PZEV has superior handling compared to other cars in its class, but it still doesn’t guarantee a high performance driving. Unfortunately, the handling and braking performance of 2010 Civic Hybrid CVT AT-PZEV is not among its best features, in fact the common complaint of those who own this model is related to handling and braking on sharp curves and high speed.
Interior and Exterior
The 2010 Civic Hybrid CVT AT-PZEV is not much different from the conventional version; it uses the same basic concept, although it incorporates an electric motor that offers far better fuel economy.
Some of the points that should be highlighted are limited baggage capacity and unintuitive navigation system. The front seats are quite comfortable and spacious; it would be easy for the driver and passengers to find a comfortable position quickly. However, someone with very large stature may have some problems in finding a comfortable position and should choose Toyota Prius V instead, which cost of $ 1,500 less than this model.
A few early owners claimed that the batteries on 2010 Civic Hybrid CVT died before the specified time, they also complained that Honda offered less than satisfactory service when users seek for warranty repairs on the hybrid battery. Allegedly, some Honda dealers even declined or refused to change defective batteries and instead opt for a less elegant solution by altering the car’s computer program code to reduce the usage of the battery and electric motor and increase the internal combustion engine utilization. By not changing defective batteries, this may save Honda a good deal of money, however, will result in far lower fuel economy, which is almost comparable to a standard car.
Finding a good market value for a hybrid model, is not an easy task, so if you know the basic price from the manufacturer and add it with the costs of shipping and handling to your country, you can get an approximate final price, which should be the correct market value. The 2010 Civic Hybrid CVT AT-PZEV with Leather and Navigation is the more expensive trim of this model, which is about $3000 more expensive than the basic model (without Leather and Navigation).
Posted on: October 30, 2010 | In Car Reviews
The 2011 Honda Civic is returning to the market basically unchanged from the 2010 model. However, there were no significant changes the needed to be made because the Honda Civic is considered the one car that other manufacturers are trying to compete with since it offers such good engineering and reliability for consumers.
The styling of the 2011 Honda Civic keeps with the artsy design that Honda has implemented on past Civic models, they kept with the nose and tail end changes that they implemented on new Civics starting in 2009. The Civic also sports a severely raked-back windshield which helps give the Honda Civic more aerodynamics. What is so notable about the styling of the Civic is that it has many of those classy touches that Honda uses on its more upscale brand Acura, meaning that you are getting a great deal on a car that is well worth the price.
The mechanics of the 2011 Honda Civic keeps with what earlier models have used, except there are less 2011 Honda Civics that will have a manual transmission. The models DX, LX, and the upscale EX lines will offer the typical 1.8 liter engine with 140 horsepower and will offer a 128 pound of torque per foot. The Honda Civil EX-L sedans, EX sedans and EX-L coupe are only going to be available in automatic transmissions, which are a change from the previous model year.
The sportier 2011 Honda Civics, the Si coupe and sedan will have 2.0 liter engines, slightly bigger than other models that will offer 197 horsepower and 139 pound-feet of torque. Plus, they had the exclusive six speed manual transmission that is able to give drivers to get the full race car feel with half the price of other cars that are designed for this specific reason.
The 2011 Honda Civic also offers the Hybrid option that many people will once again take advantage of because of the benefits to the environment as well as their wallet. The hybrid will come as a sedan only that has a 1.3 liter gas engine accompanied by an electric motor. The electric motor will be able to take you short distances, however, is more or less there to help the main gas engine to save more gas.
What changes can people expect with the price of Honda for the new 2011 models? The price difference is not much really, a low $150 will be the difference between a 2010 Honda Civic and a 2011 Honda Civic. However, the cost of the 2011 Honda Civic will really depend on the dealer and the consumer's negotiation skills in the end.
What is most notable about the changes to the 2011 Honda Civic models is that the newer models have lost some fuel mileage when compared to the 2010 Honda Civics. It is estimated that the 2011 Honda Civic will get around 40 city miles per gallon, while getting 43 interstate miles per gallon. Te 2010 models offer 40 miles per gallon when traveling in city traffic, while the interstate miles per gallon were around 45.
Every 2011 Civic will come equipped with anti-lock brakes, a tilt steering wheel, adjustable drivers seat and power windows. However, to get those features such as heated and/or leather seats, alloy wheels, ability to have navigation on board and other extras will have to step up from the base model 2011 Civic. All of the extras will cost the consumer. In fact, having an on board navigation system can set the person back an additional two thousand dollars.
In addition, a buyer can be certain that they are getting top of the line when it comes to comfort, as all models of the 2011 Honda Civic line still have the independent suspension that promises that the car handles and rides as well as any luxury vehicle out there on the market and even the hardest drivers will appreciate the handling of the Civic.
All in all, Honda Civic has kept with what people expect from the Civic with the 2011 models. They are priced reasonably and competitive with other cars that are in the same category, and give buyers the options to have all those extras that sets the Civic apart from the other manufacturers out there and making it what once again one of the best smaller car on the market.
Posted on: October 28, 2010 | In Honda
The 2011 Honda Odyssey has good looks, and presence amongst other vans. It is stylish, elegant, sleek, and certainly, it does not live up to the typical van stereotype. Performance is another characteristic of this vehicle as it is equipped with a 248 hp V-6 engine with a Variable Cylinder Management system, and a six speed automatic transmission. Fuel economy is at 28 mpg on the highway and 19 mpg in the city. Basic models start at $28,800.
Models for the 2011 Honda Odyssey include the LX, EX, EX-L, Touring, and Touring Elite. The colors include Alabaster Silver Metallic, Celestial Blue Metallic, Crystal Black Pearl, Dark Cherry Pearl, Mocha Metallic, Polished Metal Metallic, Smoky Topaz Metallic, and Taffeta White. Interior colors include a gray, beige, or truffle color fabric for basic models, and leather in the same colors for more luxurious models such as the EX-L, Touring, and Touring Elite. Availability of colors depends on the model the consumer chooses.
The 2011 Honda Odyssey can be called the airplane of vans, as it has many interior features geared to comfort while traveling, and safety. Convenient features abound, as well as hi-tech gadgets to make your life easier, and your ride, a happy one.
The exterior of the 2011 Honda Odyssey was designed to dazzle the most of demanding female or male van drivers, and attract drivers who have not been van fans in the past. It is truly a great looking vehicle. It has a ferocious, bold, fast modern design enveloped in aerodynamics. This vehicle will rival most SUV in the market, and certainly break the kid-minivan rule, as other drivers without kids or smaller families will notice it.
Some exterior features that will capture the attention of consumers beside style are the 18-inch alloy wheels, side mirrors with turn signal and heating, power sliding doors, power tailgate, illumination with High Intensity Discharge headlights, and a rear spoiler with a brake light integrated.
The interior is better than the exterior as it is just built for comfort, convenience, safety, and fun in mind. It is like being in the theater of a luxurious jet. It sits eight comfortably. There is plenty of legroom and movement space. The seats are comfortable and fitted with large headrests. The driver’s seat has a 10-way power adjustment. Voice command makes it easy to choose songs, navigation, and Bluetooth. The console in the front is removable, and has plenty of storage. There is also a drink box for cold beverages. A multi view rear camera in models with navigation system makes backing up safe and easier. The third row seat configurates easily for cargo loads.
Safety features include ABS with electronic brake distribution, traction control, vehicle stability assist, front head restraints, tire pressure monitoring, five LATCH seating positions for kids, a highly engineered body structure, automatic tension three point seat belts, and front side airbags with detection system for passenger occupant.
A Bumper to Bumper Limited Car Warranty, a Powertrain Limited Warranty, a Corrosion Limited Warranty, and an Accessory Limited Warranty back the 2011 Honda Odyssey. There is an additional Replacement Parts Limited Warranty in Honda genuine parts. Consumers can rest assured that their purchase is well covered.
Posted on: October 27, 2010 | In Honda
The Honda Element got the attention of many drivers, especially drivers on the go and consumers who needed a cool looking vehicle with some storage features and some fuel economy. The 2011 Honda Element is gear to please those drivers once more with features such as wide-open cargo doors, and a split clamshell tailgate, which is perfect to accommodate friends or a load of shopping. The side cargo doors open so wide that is perfect for loading and unloading without difficulty. Accused of being boxy, the 2011 is rectangular and less square. However, for drivers that loved the boxy shape this might be a letdown.
Another great feature for people who like to have fun is a center console with a removable cooler in the EX model. The versatility of the interior is one favorite feature as seats can go all the way down to accommodate long loads. The configuration allows for 64 different options when flipping, folding, or taking out the seats. The space configuration lets you fit two adult bikes in the back, among other things. This sport utility vehicle is perfect for camping as you can fold the seat to the sides or all the way to make a bed. The EX model also has an overhead console for more storage. The instrument panel is functional, and it has large easy to read gauges. The look of the instrument panel is very attractive and modern, with blue light to illuminate it. Designed for fun and adventure, the Honda element has (perhaps its best feature) a coated wipe down utility floor that is easy to clean, so owners do not have to worry about getting it dirty while having fun. The seat fabric is water resistant, perfect for pet lovers. It can take spills and it resists stains. The back seats offer theater style seating and plenty and ample legroom. It is also equipped with large size cup holders. It has a 12V power outlet in the back as well.
For animal lovers, there is a surprise – a pet friendly package that includes a car kennel, pet bed, kennel organizer, ramp, fan, water bowl that is spill-resistant, and other fun accessories geared to dog lovers. Other accessories makes the Honda Element user or adventure friendly – such as side steps, cargo net, roof rack, different sizes roof box, ski, bike, surfboard, snowboard, and/or kayak attachment, trailer hitch, and even a tailgate cabana, a tent, or additional tent poles to add more outside shade.
The interior offer great accessories as well such as cargo nets, a table leg kit, tailgate seatback, privacy curtain, cargo mats, cargo organizer, cargo tray, attachments, and much more. There is no shortage of utilitarian and fun accessories on both the EX and LX models.
For people who also want performance in a utility car the Honda Element offers a iV-TEC 16 valve with dual overhead cam engine, real time four wheel drive, and a sophisticated suspension system. It is also capable of 1500 pounds and has 166 horsepower.
For the driver that cares about the colors available, the Honda element comes in Tango Red Pearl, Polished Metal Metallic, Omni Blue Pearl, Cristal Black Pearl, Citrus Fire Metallic, and Alabaster Silver Metallic. Depending on the color you choose, the interior comes in Gray fabric or Titanium fabric.
The 2011 Honda Element starts at around $20,825 and goes up as you add more features.
Posted on: October 22, 2010 | In Honda
The 2011 Honda Civic Hybrid is the icon of performance and efficiency. The car has got central power locking system with remote keyless entry, analog instruments with tachometer, power windows with express down for driver, six-speaker AM/FM/CD stereo, engine speed-sensing power steering, air conditioning, manual tilt steering wheel, rear bench seat with 60/40 split folding seatback and 15-inch aluminum wheels. The car comes with innovative paint colors and a magnificent package as well. The 2011 Honda Civic Hybrid has been priced at just $19,800.
The 2011 Honda Civic Hybrid is equipped with VTEC engine capable of delivering fabulous power. In fact, the engine is equipped with electric motor. Thanks to the electronic motor, The 2011 Honda Civic Hybrid has been able to offer 93 horsepower and 116 lb-ft of torque. The engine comes with five-speed manual transmission facility. You can opt for Continuously Variable Transmission or CVT as well in place of five-speed manual transmission.
The 2011 Honda Civic Hybrid is the most fuel-efficient vehicle. The car offers outstanding fuel economy of up to 51 mpg. The fuel economy The 2011 Honda Civic Hybrid sedan is quite superior and more proficient compared to other sedans.
The safety features associated with The 2011 Honda Civic Hybrid are electronic brake-force distribution, side-impact airbags and anti-lock brakes. Honda Civic Hybrid offers great acceleration. The 2011 2011 Honda Civic Hybrid is truly a complete sedan. The car is all set to become extremely popular among car buyers in the United States. This is the car to watch out for in days to come.
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Posted on: October 20, 2010 | In Honda
The 2011 Honda Accord Coupe is available in the LX, EX, LX V6, and EX V6 trims. The LX Coupe starts below $20,000 making it affordable, no-hassle, high quality, and sporty. It comes with the standard V6 an affordable alternative to a BMW 330i. The Accord Coupe EX V-6 MT is equipped with the V6 and a close-ratio six-speed manual gearbox. The LX is price at $19,400 and EX is at $21,800 they come standard with the four-cylinder engine and five-speed manual transmission. The automatic transmission is optional. The LX V6 coupe priced at $23,400 comes with the V6 and automatic. The EX V6 coupe, which is priced at $26,500, is a performance-oriented model, and comes with either the five-speed automatic or a six-speed manual transmission as a no-cost option. The EX V-6 MT coupe has a smooth six-speed gearbox that is compliant to quick and smooth maneuvers, is fun to drive.
Honda spent great attention to detail in designing the gear ratios and synchronizers. The six-speed 2011 Honda Accord Coupe features a special resonator in the intake system that produces great sound quality. On the safety front the coupe has earned a five-star rating for front and rear-seat passengers in the side-impact test, even without the optional side-impact airbags. The coupe’s trunk is slightly smaller with a capacity of less than 13 cubic feet. The excellent, clear analog instrumentation comprises large faces and LED illumination, another feature previously found only in higher-priced cars. A big speedometer in the center dominates the instrument panel. Automatic dual-zone climate control is available on The 2011 Honda Accord Coupe.
The other standard features in The 2011 Honda Accord Coupe are:
- ABS with four-wheel-disc brakes with EBD (electronic brake distribution), ABS helps maintain steering control under hard braking; and EBD distributes braking force to the tires with the best grip, improving the stopping performance.). The smooth braking performance of the coupe adds to its well-balanced handling.
- A double-wishbone suspension, front and rear, has been engineered to reduce fore and aft body motions under acceleration and deceleration, and to provide flat cornering. It’s also been tuned to deliver a sporty, European feel.
- XM Satellite Radio
- New intelligent dual climate control, which factors date, time, latitude, longitude, and vehicle direction into its calculations, to keep both driver and passengers as cozy as possible.
The interior space on The 2011 Honda Accord Coupe has been used efficiently, with the audio, climate and l navigation system controls integrated into a single unit. It is designed to provide good cabin storage, including a good-sized glove box, a big center console, a bin under the audio system that will hold 12 CDs, and door pockets deep and wide enough for a purse.
The other features such as coin holders, cell phone cord hooks, grab handles over every door, console lights, power outlets, sunglasses holders, sliding armrests for different-sized arms, convenient and versatile access to the trunk from the rear seat, a remote entry that opens or closes all four windows. The LX V-6 models and above come with a six-disc in-dash CD changer, a 180-watt amplifier, and four twin-neodymium speakers with polypropylene cone woofers and soft dome tweeters.
Finally The 2011 Honda Accord Coupe delivers excellent fuel mileage (24/34 with the automatic, 26/34 with the manual) with ultra-low emissions. It provides some outstanding performance, handling, transmission and mileage. Its one of the best buys in the cars among its class. Get a free quote and warranty quote from us. We will help you before you make an investment.
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The redesigned and re-engineered 2011 Honda Accord is now one of the best selling mid-sized cars. The 2011 Honda Accord Sedan is a vehicle with a great combination of high technology and high quality with everyday economy of operation. Most of the models of The 2011 Honda Accord Sedan offer fantastic comfort and convenience features. The Accord competes with the Toyota Camry for the title of best-selling car in the US. Honda sold more than 414,000 Accords in 2002 and sales in 2003 were up as of the third quarter.
For the year 2011, The 2011 Honda Accord Sedan offers the following new features:
- The powerful and responsive four-cylinder VTEC engine that delivers strong acceleration performance. Also available is a powerful V6 engine, which adds another level of sports appeal to the sedan.
- XM Satellite Radio (standard on EX-L and EX V-6)
- Side curtain airbags (EX models)
- Climate-control system
- MP3/Windows Media Player, a DVD rear-seat entertainment system, and a hands-free cell phone.
- High fuel economy and low emissions and partial-zero-emissions (PZEV)
The 2011 Honda Accord is available in two dozens different combinations when all the engines, body styles, transmissions and trim levels are considered. The 2011 2011 Honda Accord Sedans are available in 3 trim levels: DX, LX, and EX trim. The DX priced at $15,900 is equipped with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine, you can choose from a five-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission. Up next level the LX priced at $19,300 and EX at $21,700 use higher level of standard equipment. The EX offers optional features such as, the leather upholstery and a DVD navigation system. Both the LX V-6 at $23,300 and EX V-6 at $26,400 respectively is powered by a standard with the V6, automatic. EX V6 has leather upholstery as the standard feature.
The safety features on The 2011 Honda Accord Sedan include:
- Anti-lock brakes, traction control on EX V6 models
- Side-impact airbags and side-curtain airbags (optional) are on the four-cylinder LX, and standard on the LX V6 and EX.
The exterior of both the Accord sedan and coupe looks alike, because they share the design of the angular headlamps and sharpened noses, which will remind you of Acura RSX. The muscular and agile look of their bodies is achieved by the carefully sculpted with a combination of concave and convex surfaces corners and sides. The interior of The 2011 Honda Accord Sedan is smooth, firm, and quiet. The seats are wide and comfortable with springs and urethane padding designed to reduce vibration. It includes the option of a manual height adjustment or power adjustments on premium models. A tilt-and-telescope steering wheel is standard even on the base DX. The 2011 2011 Honda Accord Sedan’s trunk measures 14 cubic feet. The best quality on The 2011 Honda Accord Sedan is its attention to detail in every corner of interior as well as the exterior. Regardless of which trim or model you choose, you are assured of excellent performance and features in The 2011 Honda Accord sedan. Test drive one today to believe it.
Strong SUV From Honda – 2011 Honda element