I have to admit, this was not my first choice in cars, but I live in the city and just needed a car to get around on the weekends and a night or 2 during the week.
That being said, the Accord does the job well.
Overall the looks have grown on me (including the gaudy chrome grille) and the acceleration is better than adequate; definitely better than I expected based on the reviews I read.
Trunk space is excellent and so is the access - I was coming from an SUV.
The wheels on the EX give the car a sporty look.
Overall a good car, but I do have some complaints you will see....
USB Connection for ipod and other mp3 players
Steering wheel audio controls
Easy to read dash
Heated side mirrors (although I haven't really had a chance to use them)
- No satellite radio - i felt that this trim as compared to other cars in this class should include this feature especially since it has USB
- No leather wrapped steering wheel - again seems like this trim should have this
- Radio display is very plain and bland - should be red display or a color monitor
- No trip computer
- No compass
- No outside temp. thermometer
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