The 2017 Honda Accord
The 2017 Honda Accord.
If you are seeking a quality mid-size car, Honda has you covered. The 2017 Honda Accord, which comes in both coupe and sedan body styles, has myriad trims to select. The sedan has seven trim types while the coupe has six types of trim. Each trim has their own special features that make them stand out amongst the others. Learn more about the interior, performance, and technology of the new 2017 Honda Accord.
Performance-wise, the 2017 Honda Accord does a fantastic job with braking and acceleration. The four-cylinder engine gives an average, but consistent rapidity within a short timeframe. It only took approximately eight seconds to go from 0 to 60 miles per hour. You have the option to drive the V6 version for faster speed.
The simplicity of the brake pedal allows the driver to halt with minimal effort. The driver will have the ability to stop immediately without an unreasonable halting distance. Light steering allows precision within every turn and feels as if you arenít forcibly turning at all. more
2017 Chevrolet Impala Review
2017 Chevrolet Impala Review.
New mechanical and technological toys have been manufactured by Chevrolet. The renowned division of General Motors has released the next iteration of the Impala.
Car Buyers Want Connectivity and Fuel Efficiency
When you're buying a new car, what do you want? Are you looking for the lowest environmental impact or the fastest, strongest engine. Do you want tons of technological toys, or would you prefer to keep things basic? These questions are surprisingly important to automakers and car dealers alike, which is why industry professionals are paying close attention to a recently released report from J.D.
GM to Incorporate AT&T 4G LTE into 2015 Vehicles
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NHTSA Considers Two New Crash Tests
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Lincoln Stages Comeback in Time for Christmas
Just in time for Christmas, Lincoln is staging a comeback. .
You wouldn't know it from last month's Los Angeles Auto Show, where the Lincoln contingent was displaying restored classics from the brand's heyday, as opposed to all the fancy-schmancy new models brought by every other automaker, but Lincoln is actually aggressively rebranding itself.
Clean Diesel Vehicle Sales on Track to Outpace Hybrids, Report Says
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End of the Line for Jeep Liberty SUV
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Chrysler has assured industry experts and off-roading aficionados alike that the Liberty will have a successor, destined to go into production in the spring of 2013, and based on that model-year's Dodge Dart platform.
Ford C-Max Hybrid Now Available for Pre-Order
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Audi Announces Plans to Build Cars in Mexico.
If you had to name the country which had the second greatest amount of auto industry investment in 2011, which country would you pick? Here's a clue: It's not the US or Canada, but it is in North America.
Earlier this month, the Japanese news service Nikkei reported that the Datsun brand may be returning.
Datsun, which is part of the Nissan automotive family, was originally dropped from production in 1986.
Subaru Primed for Record Sales Year
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