Wednesday, June 30, 2010



Honda will start marketing the new model of Honda Accord facelift for the U.S. market next August, with two types of coupe and sedan options.

While for the choice of engines, relatively unchanged. Honda's engineers to revise only small parts, such as reduction in friction between components, gear ratios and aerodynamic.

The engine is available in a choice of 2.4 liter, 16-valve DOHC i-VTEC in the Accord EX and EX-L sedan and the Accord LX-S, EX and EX-L Coupe with power reaching 190 dk. Four-cylinder engine and 2.4-liter i-VTEC in the Accord LX, LX-P and SE sedan produces 177 dk.

Also available 3.5-liter engine choices, 24-valve SOHC i-VTEC V-6 technology to produce 271 hp with Variable Cylinder Management TM (VCM).

With VCM technology, the number six cylinder under the hood peg Accord can be disabled until a half of the cylinder, to improve fuel efficiency.

Thus, the efficiency has improved its fuel usage, which increased to 10 percent for four-cylinder engine and five percent for the V6 engine.

Accord exterior facelift with new front bumper design is intended to make the vehicle look more aggressive, especially with the sharp look of the headlamp.

While inside the cabin, features such as spy cameras, USB connect, memory seat position, and the paddle shift can be found in the cabin space of this latest facelift Accord.

"Accord facelift evolved again with sharp style inside and out, the more efficient fuel consumption and an increasingly popular feature," said Vice President of Corporate Planning and Logistics for American Honda Motor Co., Inc., Erik Berkman, in a press release, Wednesday (30 / 6 / 2010).

Honda Accord facelift will hit the U.S. market in mid-August, so unfortunately until now Honda has not released its official selling price.

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