Having owned quite a few Hondas (12 altogether) this is by far the best Honda Accord to date.
Compared with the
last gen. its MUCH quieter inside and has a more solid feel overall.
I have the CVT 4 cyl.
It rivals many other automakers V6 engines, however it still is not as refined as the V6 offered for the Accord.
Design is all relative but the controls are relatively simple and straight forward.
Honda lane watch sees gimicky but after using it for a month it def. has merritt.
I rated build quality a "4" because lets face it, its a new design and under warranty, I have replaced both rear tail lights due to condensation inside them.
Other Accords on dealer lot had the same problem.
Proximity key. Honda lane watch. Foward Collision Warning.
Lane Departure Warning-Especially useful for late night driving or when you're attention isn't 100% focused on driving.
360 watt audio sound system!
And the seats got a lot more comfortable with this generation.
Overall electronics are easy to navigate.
Option to add on body spoilers to the front, side and rear!
With an MSRP of $28,875.00, dont cheapen out on the puddle lights found in the V6 sedan.
(Honda left the cut-outs in the door but with no lights.)
or the Home link found in the V6 sedan as well.
Offer Navigation on EX and Sport trims.
Actually, a Sport sedan with an upgraded sound system found in the EX-L and a moonroof would sell even better.
Heated door mirrors standard as an additional safety feature.
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