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2013 Honda Accord, Manual Transmission

The 2013 Honda Accord, is a refined and quiet and smooth. Thus the steering is too light at low speeds, but feels decent once underway. The four-cylinder in this new Honda Accord Sedan is lovely and among the smoothest in the industry, the ride a wee bit harsh but not too bad. I submit Honda still makes the best engines in the biz, or close to it. Accord is all redesigned. Honda has done a good job of eliminating some of the Accord's worst issues?wind/road noise and interior materials. The Honda Accord Sedan manual transmission and it’s a nicer version of the current cars. The 2013 Honda Accord succeeds on pretty much every level. The exterior styling makes the car seem lower and wider. There are even tasteful brushed-nickel and chrome accents sprinkled throughout this low/mid-level Sport model; Honda's not known for jewelry, particularly on less-than-premium trim levels.
2013 Honda Accord is a sporty, low-profile custom. The kit includes front under body, side under body, and rear under body spoilers, as well as sport grille and deck lid spoiler. The backup sensor of Honda Accord has a four sensor emit audible and get faster. The remote engine start system integrated with the vehicle security and immobilizer systems to ensure protection. It’s all about comfort and convenience. With the Remote Engine Start System II you can start your car from up to 400 feet away, before going outside in the cold or heat. Activated the auto climate control to 72 degrees regardless of last A/ C settings. Remote includes an LCD display that indicated vehicle and in cabin temperature status. Lock/Unlock Door and Trunk Release. Caution: Never start your Honda in an enclosed area as this may cause carbon monoxide build-up. Not available for manual transmission vehicles. 2013 Honda Accord Sport sedan, Drivetrain: 2.4-liter I4; FWD, continuously variable transmission. Output: 189-hp @ 6,400 rpm, 182 lb.-ft. @ 3,900 rpm. Curb Weight: 3,342 lb. Fuel Economy (EPA City/Highway/Combined): 26/35/29 mpg.
Overall, the 2013 Honda Accord is easy to drive, predictable and nice enough. You can enjoy driving.

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