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2010 Honda Accord Coupe EX-L 2dr Coupe (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
Bought my Accord in August '10. Now have 5,000 miles. Silky smooth transmission. Very comfortable inside. The 4 cylinder has adequate power, but won't win any races. Wanted a 5 speed, but none available so took the auto - very smooth but not as fun. Previous car was a Subaru Legacy, and I miss the AWD. Accord consistently gets 23 MPG in mostly city driving. If doing it again, I might get a Civic SI...but overall, very pleased with the Accord.
Flawless engine performance, smooth automatic. I like the exterior design of the coupe. Overall, a very solid and pleasant car to drive.
Wanted an EX-L with a manual transmission - almost impossible to get. Settled on a 5-sp automatic. Very good transmission, but not as fun as the manual. Mileage is ok, but would like to have more. A bit of a blind spot on the driver's side quarter panel - not bad, but a bigger window would be welcome.
2010 Honda Accord Coupe LX-S 2dr Coupe (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
Traded in a '99 Accord, which served me well, so I was looking for the equivalent. My coupe has ample power, excellent handling, good fit and finish. The cloth seats are reasonably comfortable, but would have preferred the looks and feel of leather. The ride is smooth and quiet, transmission shifts smoothly, and the brakes are very responsive.
Good pick-up, sporty steering feel, nimble handling, sharp turning radius, solid construction,engine refinement, great looks and curb appeal, radio gives name of artist and song
More comfortable seats with standard lumbar support like earlier Accords. Door armrest should be raised. It's placed too low and is hard to get used to. Road noise should be dampened. Limited headroom in back seat for tall passengers. Headlights could be brighter.
2010 Honda Accord Coupe EX-L V-6 2dr Coupe (3.5L 6cyl 6M)
I bought my coupe in April, after having 2 Accord sedans ('91 and '01). Both earlier ones were 4 cyl 5 speed manual. I decided for the 6 cyl manual. The dealership made the purchase FUN and the car is awesome. My mileage (mostly highway, 70 to 80 mph) is in the high 20's and the performance is great. It is NOT a race car, but I've yet to have a performance or handling problem. The AC works well (100+ degrees); the windshield wipers work well in heavy downpours; it doesn't leak. The only complaint is the inside of the windshield and rear window attract a deposit which is difficult to clean off and returns in a few days. I really enjoy the car!
engine, drivability, mileage
memory seats, more color choice for interior (I hate black leather and would prefer tan or maybe ivory with the silver exterior)
2010 Honda Accord Coupe EX-L V-6 2dr Coupe (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
As the title suggests, the Honda Accord Coupe EX-L V6 is a NICE ride. The 271 HP moves out strong and leaves you with a feeling of confidence when maneuvering on HWY roads. The front fascia has an aggressive presence and while the rear fascia isn't any eye catcher is compliments the car nicely. The leather seating inside is comfortable, however I'm sure some will disagree. Handling is firm and sporty.
271 HP, Audio system, fog lights, auto climate control, front fascia, fog lights, road handling, feeling of quality materials inside the cabin and key fob 'window down' control, nice on hot days! Michelin tires are a nice touch too.
Better insulation throughout the cabin including the headliner. Occasionally, vibrations can be heard through out the cabin, one in particular coming from the rear passenger seat belt retracter panel. Dealership fixed. Available HID headlights (Hyundai offers those!) Auto dim rear view mirror.
2010 Honda Accord Coupe EX-L V-6 2dr Coupe w/Navigation (3.5L 6cyl 6M)
Traded a 2003 Accord for a 2010. An Accord is a great balance of things: Great horsepower, yet excellent fuel economy. (New car is getting 22 mpg in town, and it looks like it will get 30 on the highway. On several occasions, I got 34 mpg from my 2003 V-6.) Interior that's nice enough. Exterior that looks good, at least from most angles. Bulletproof reliability. And a big car that is roomy enough in front/back/trunk, but still handles nimbly. Plus, the navigation with voice commands that is one of the best in the business. All of this for $28K out the door. You simply can't beat it, not for the price.
Handling. Butter-smooth acceleration. Visibility. Interior room. Fuel economy. Nav and voice commands. Again, the car is a great balance of things.
Road noise -- why won't Honda get this right? Why must I choose between quiet and boring (Camry) or noisy and engaged? Standard EX V-6 wheels are u-g-l-y. Car is attractive from front and side, ugly from behind. A trunk deck more like Mazda6 would solve it. Manu-matic. Everyone has it but Honda.