To add to their already growing prestige as a reputable auto mogul, Honda's 2012 Accord landed well among reviewers and customers. Marked by its versatility and efficient design, the 2012 Accord features improved fuel economy, aesthetic appeal, performance, and general specifications.
As it concerns the general specs, the 2012 Accord ended up being a consistent crowd-pleasing extension of the previous year's model. It is still available in a two-door coupe and four-door sedan, with the option of four-cylinder and six-cylinder engines. The sedan is arguably more popular, particularly for families, because of its generous capacity, comfortable interior, and modest price. When compared to the former year's model, the 2012 Accord saw a number of relatively discrete aesthetic changes to the rear lights, reflectors, and bumper. Essentially, for 2011 Accord fans, all of the favored features have stayed while a few new ones have been added.
The 2012 Honda Accord Coupe will feature the 190 horsepower engine featured in the EX sedan of the 2011 Accord, and that the four cylinder engine, the most popular, will be available in manual or automatic transmissions. The 3.5 liter engine of the EX versions will probably remain at 270 horsepower.
Younger generations especially have forged a number of advancements in the automobile industry with their demand for the latest gadgetry and the 2012 Accord features many such improvements: iPod connectivity, rearview cameras and lane departure warning. The Accord also features, of course, standard power locks, windows, air conditioning, and cruise control.
Aside from offering both the coupe and sedan, Honda further diversified consumers' purchasing options by developing their fairly typical taxonomy of different versions of the new Accord. The models available are the LX, LX-P, SE, EX, AND EX-L. The main discrepancy among the different models is tied to level of features and price. The LX, for example, is the basic model for drivers who don't want or need many additional features. The EX-L, conversely, offers all of the latest Honda amenities.
As a result of current gas prices, Honda offers very impressive fuel economy offered by their models. Realizing the importance of that standard, the 2012 Accord gets up to 34 miles per gallon with any version of the four cylinder engine.
Once again, Honda has delivered a promising model with the 2012 Honda Accord. With improved features, style, fuel economy, and pricing, they have retained their reputation as a maker of efficient, attractive vehicles fit for any purpose.