2011 Honda Accord Details Revealed
Styling updates give a new look to front fascias, while brake lights and bumpers also get slight revisions. New wheels are optional on V6 models.
Regarding fuel economy, the 2011 Accord will get 23/34 mpg city/highway, up from 21/31 mpg� The V-6 manages to get one additional mpg in highway driving.
Interiors receive some new bells and whistles, with the Accord coupe V6 sporting nifty steering wheel shift paddles, while all coupes and some sedans get a standard USB port.
Revised climate controls, seats materials, rear-view camera (on sedans equipped with an optional navigation system) and two-position driver-seat memory are all new.
Expect to see the 2011 Honda Accord in showrooms in August.
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