2013 Honda Accord Sedan Sport 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl CVT)
Picked up a 2.4L Sport yesterday. My 6th Honda although I have had many other brands. For once you now get floor mats at n.e.c!
No one cries more then Honda when you try to negotiate. Go in and hit them hard and mention you shopped VW. That gets them real active. I got mine for 23,471 with wheel locks. Then they came up with a zero down lease- they pay taxes and tags- great.
Car is impressive. Seats now are comfortable and the Sport has the spoiler and dual exhaust and 4 more hp. The engine is smooth as silk. The Insight was coarse compared to this. Finally the road noise is subdued. You do hear a whoosh noise when driving though. I'm getting 34-36 mpg highway. Honda has improved!
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2013 Honda Accord Sedan EX-L V6 w/Navigation 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 6A)
I have been waiting to buy a new car for a while now and test drove, the optima sx, Hyundai 2.0, Camry, Altima v6 and finally the 2013 Honda accord v6. Out of all the cars, the Honda has surpassed all them in the feel and power. I read alot of negativity on blogs and other websites, but i think these people need to get behind the wheel of this baby. The interior was well spaced out, the backup camera moves with the wheel (cool). The overall look from the outside has a Acura look and feel with a Honda price .
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2013 Honda Accord Sedan Touring V-6 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 6A)
The midcar sedan segment is hyper competitive but there is a huge difference between styling vs. substance.
looked at several cool looking, swoopy cars with fascinating digital dashboards, but nothing compared to the Honda's driving experience, and I drove them back to back.
Interior materials and fit and finish are now a 10 out of 10 (prior model's was really unacceptable).
I slightly miss the double wishbone suspension but it's hard to really notice due to the virtually flawless execution of the package as a whole.
If you value the driving experience more than just styling and appearance, this is the sedan to own - especially given its reliability.
A masterpiece of engineering
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