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Old 07 Aug 2007, 06:01 pm
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Default Popularly equipped Accord Special Edition V6 Sedan debuts for 2007

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The Honda Accord has long been Honda's best selling vehicle, continually winning high praise and numerous awards year after year. While the current Accord is more luxurious than ever, it has stayed true to its original mission as a practical automobile that combines economy and value with sporty style and spirited performance.


In the 2006 model year, the entire Accord line-up was improved with a significant minor model change including interior and exterior improvements, as well as more powerful engines. For 2007, a new Special Edition sedan makes debuts with a long list of popular features. The Accord Special Edition V6 Sedan provides a high-value feature package with 17-inch Alloy wheels, rear disc brakes, steering wheel audio controls, 6-disc CD changer, and an anti-theft alarm system. As with previous Special Edition trim levels, these added features represent a significant value without a significantly increased price. Also, like all V6 Accords, the V6 Special Edition is equipped with Vehicle Stability Assist™ (VSA®) as standard equipment.


"The new Accord SE V6 Sedan adds an all-new, 'just right' trim level to the Accord line-up," said John Mendel, senior vice president of American Honda Motor Co., Inc. "The popular features represent a great value to Honda customers."


Honda offers a wider array of Accords than ever before. In addition to the innovative Accord Hybrid, the Accord is available in various trim levels of 4-cylinder and 6-cylinder Coupes and Sedans. All 4-cylinder models come standard with a 5-speed manual transmission and are available with a smooth shifting 5-speed automatic transmission. Accord V6 models are equipped with a standard 5-speed automatic transmission, while the Accord EX V6 Sedan and Coupe are available with a sporty, short-throw 6-speed manual transmission.


In keeping with Honda's industry-leading "Safety for Everyone" initiative, all 2007 Accords come equipped with a comprehensive list of advanced safety features including dual-stage front airbags (SRS), front side airbags with passenger's side Occupant Position Detection System (OPDS), side curtain airbags, Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) and daytime running lights. The Accord earns a 5-star frontal impact rating from the federal government.


All Accord models feature a long list of standard features including tilt and telescoping steering wheel, AM/FM stereo with CD player, power windows, LED instrumentation and advanced emissions technology. All EX models add a 6-disc CD changer, alloy wheels, power moonroof and power driver's seat with adjustable lumbar support.

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