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Honda Accord Coupe

The Honda Accord Coupe, with its striking appearance with flip up headlights, made its debut in the United States for the 1988 model year. It was roomy and comfortable for a compact car; fuel efficient and intelligently engineered. Throughout the years the popular coupe has built upon this reputation and has remained a safety rich and easy to drive vehicle with a high resale value.

Although the Accord Coupe had seen many changes since its introduction in the '80s, some of the most significant changes to the coupe version of the Accord occurred for the 2003 model year. A sportier Accord coupe was introduced, and with a more robust V6 engine and six-speed manual transmission it soared along on 17-inch wheels while the premium stereo, boasting in dash six disc CD changer, played favorite tunes over a 180-watt sound system. The attractively designed cabin featured large gauges, trouble-free controls and more passenger and storage space than ever before. A more modern exterior, a more powerful engine, stability control and a roomy and stylish interior were all very appealing, as were the impressive crash test results for this compact car.

A refreshed version arrived in 2006 with revised front and rear fascias and newly designed alloy wheels. The 2003 through 2007 model year Accord Coupe was available as an LX base model and an EX sport tuned model, with both models having a strong focus on safety features. Both the LX and the EX were equipped with an abundance of airbags, including side curtain airbags. Both the EX and the LX were front wheel drive and available with a choice of either a peppy 2.4 liter inline 4 cylinder or a smooth and powerful 3.0 liter V6 engine.

The Accord Coupe has earned its reputation as fuel efficient, reliable, practical and comfortable automobile with sporty features. After so many years of success, it is still represents one of the more affordable cars in its class and has retained a strong resale value.

Honda Accord Coupe Reviews by Year

2011 Honda Accord Coupe
The spacious and stylish 2011 Honda Accord Coupe is the company's largest lineup member, featuring very comfortable standard seating for five. The 2-door Accord Coupe is, of course, one of the hottest-selling vehicles on the planet, as it has been for decades. While there are 11 total trims of the 2011 Accord, just 4 are coupes. For those, there are 2 available engines. The first is a 2.4L 190-horsepower 162 lb-ft I4 and the other a 3.5L 271-horsepower 251 lb-ft V6. With the I4, you can choose between a 5-speed manual and a 5-speed automatic transmission. With the V6, the automatic 5-speed gearbox is standard while a 6-speed manual is optional.

Honda Accord Coupe 2011 Video.

The 2011 Accord Coupe by Honda features invoice pricing the ranges from $19,214 up to 26,940. Estimated monthly payments, after enticing Honda financing , will run you between $400 and $550. These sharp-looking coupes are designed and manufactured with your family's safety in mind with standard safety features including:.

Six airbags;.

Electronic brake assist;. more
2010 Honda Accord Coupe
Of the 10 total, there are 4 coupe trim levels available for the 2010 Honda accord: the 2.4 LX-S, the 2.4 EX, the 2.4 EX-L and the 3.5 EX-L. And with suggested pricing ranging between $21,055 up to $29,305, you can see that there are many options for personalization.
2009 Honda Accord Coupe
The Accord was redesigned in 2008, thus the 2009 Honda Accord Coupe saw no major changes. Accord is a midsize car, going up against the likes of the Chevrolet Malibu, Dodge Avenger, Ford Fusion and Mitsubishi Galant.
2008 Honda Accord Coupe
The 2008 Honda Accord Coupe is a sporty 2-door which is available in LX-S, EX, EX-L trim levels. The EX-L is the premium level Accord and offers as options a close ratio 6-speed manual transmission and a 268hp V6.
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