2013 All New Honda Accord perbaharuan lot of styling than previous generations. 2013 Honda Accord is expressive, advanced and premium. Starting next year, a bold new grille embed dynamic tension that complement the distinctive and powerful display of several lines in the hood styling. Besides a strong character line runs through the handle and flares upward toward the rear of the vehicle to better convey a sense of motion. A rocker panel contour far decisive reason for its visual presence to the street and smart turns up to deliver a sporty attitude. At the rear, where the sharp slope into the fender to the trunk and C-pillars are designed to convey the attitude, strong athletic from behind.
Honda Accord will be as important for Honda as it is done in the past decade. But Honda has not revealed details of the many other details Accord in 2013, although the car has previously stated that they will launch a new cloud service connectivity to the car and its features HondaLink smartphone. 2013 Honda Accord and weighs less than the outgoing model, but with more passenger and cargo space – a feature almost flush glass windshield, flush-mounted windshield wiper and available LED daytime running lights, headlights and taillights.
2013 All New Honda Accord will offer a revised and more powerful version of the familiar 3.5-liter V-6 with cylinder deactivation. But the Accord bread-and-butter four-cylinder will be a model. Direct injection 2.4-liter four helped create at least 181 horsepower and 177 pound-feet of torque, with improved fuel economy. A six-speed manual will be offered; will be a CVT automatic. A version of the plug-in hybrids would be some 2.0-liter four-cylinder with 161-hp electric motor. A 6-kWh lithium-ion battery will offer 10 to 15 miles of city driving range and will recharge in less than four hours using a 120-volt standard outlet.
2013 Honda Accord is being used to introduce several key pieces of Honda technology. 2013 Honda Accord will officially debut in the fall. Meanwhile, Honda – clearly aimed at U.S. buyers interested in the current Hyundai Sonata, Kia Optima, Toyota Camry and 2013 Ford Fusion – called “Accord and dynamic sculpture at once.” 2013 Honda Accord is optimistic to win the competition in the U.S. market.