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Old 13 Sep 2007, 12:30 pm
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Default I need some information on 2007 Honda Accord SE V-6?

I just bought the car and I'm waiting for the delavry...it will be in my parking by next Friday...please...if u own the car..or know anything..about the car....tell me about it....i dont know much about it because my dad boughted for me...so i want some information untill i get it and drive it....i can hardly wait....tanx alot
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Old 13 Sep 2007, 12:34 pm
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Vehicle Dimensions 2-door coupe 4-door sedan Wheelbase, in. 105.1 107.9 Overall Length, in. 187.8 191.1 Overall Width, in. 71.3 71.6 Overall Height, in. 55.7 57.1 Curb Weight, lbs. 3056 3128 Cargo Volume, cu. ft. 12.8 14.0 Standard Payload, lbs. -- -- Fuel Capacity, gals. 17.1 17.1 Seating Capacity 5 5 Front Head Room, in. 39.8 40.4 Max. Front Leg Room, in. 43.1 42.6 Rear Head Room, in. 36.1 38.5 Max. Rear Leg Room, in. 31.9 36.8 Specifications Key: NA = not available; "--" = measurement does not exist. Engines dohc I4 sohc V6 sohc V6/electric Size, liters/cu. in 2.4/144 3.0/183 3.0/183 Horsepower @ rpm 166 @ 5800 244 @ 6250 253 @ 6000 Torque (lb-ft) @ rpm 160 @ 4000 211 @ 5000 232 @ 5000 Availability Standard1 Standard2 Standard3 EPA city / highway mpg 5-speed manual 26/34 -- -- 6-speed manual -- 21/30 -- 5-speed automatic 24/34 20/29 28/35 Notes: 1. VP, LX, SE, EX, EX-L. 2. SE V6, LX V6, EX V6. 3. Hybrid. Engine Key: l/cu. in. = liters/cubic inches; ohv = overhead valve; ohc = overhead camshaft; dohc = dual overhead camshaft; I = inline cylinders; H = horizontally opposed cylinders; V = cylinders in a V configuration; W = cylinders in a W configuration; rpm = revolutions per minute; CVT = continuously variable (automatic) transmission; NA = not available; "--" = measurement does not exist.
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Old 13 Sep 2007, 12:36 pm
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Follow the BREAK-IN procedure for your new car.Check the owners manual and ask the dealer for more information.The best thing to do is to vary your speed, Don't go on the highway and stay at 70 mph steady for an hour, for example, for at least the first 1500 miles.I would suggest taking some nice drives out on some back roads, vary your speed. Take it easy and keep your RPM's below 4000 or so. Go easy on the brakes as you wear them in.Feel free to go nuts after 1500 miles. Enjoy your new car and congrats.
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Old 13 Sep 2007, 12:40 pm
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Not sure what kind of info you're looking for - someone already posted the specs about the ride. I've got an '06 and have put about 25k miles on it in the last year (his birthday is December 24th). Not a lick of trouble within the last year.That's why I bought it ... it's a Honda. I drove everything in the class from the Camry to the Sonata to the Accord - just sitting behind the wheel of the Accord and it was easily the winner of the bunch!You'll love it. Enjoy it and congrats!
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Old 13 Sep 2007, 12:44 pm
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When you order a vehicle from a Honda dealer they set you up with a Delivery date and time - allowing approx. an hour to an hour and a half for it. The reason they do this is so they can explain each of the features of the vehicle to you. By the time they are finished you will have a pretty good idea what the vehicle is all about and it's features along with how to use them. When you get home you should read the vehicle's manual for further knowledge about it. When you have finished reading and you still have questions you needed answered for something clarified we suggest that you call the dealership and ask to speak to the sales person who sold it to you, the delivery dept or a service adviser and one of them will be able to answer it for you. Hope this helps and congratulations on purchasing your new Honda - you are really going to like it.
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Old 13 Sep 2007, 12:46 pm
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Well, I have a 2007 Honda Accord SE V6 Myself. It's pretty strong. smooth, and I love the new car essence. The gas it's pretty good. This car excellent because you dont really need leather seats or sunroof but, power, sporty look, etc. Also, safety features such as VSA (Vehicle Stanility Assisst) w/ traction control Hey you never know on snow or rainy days.
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