For 2011, the Honda Accord gets a few evolutionary changes. Sedans coupes have a revised front end treatment, while sedans also feature a new rear deck lid. An SE model joins the sedan lineup, bridging the gap between the mid-line LX and top EX models. It includes leather-trimmed seats, driver's power-lumbar and a leather-trimmed steering wheel. The Accord EX-L V6 now features steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters and 2-position memory for the driver's seat. Finally, gear ratios have been revised to offer increased fuel economy in 4-cylinder models.
Sporty driving feel; stylish coupe styling; plush interior appointments on EX trims
It's already been a couple of years since the Accord was completely redesigned, yet it's still a step ahead of most rivals in overall interior appointments. For those who want more of a performance feel, the Accord sedan is one of few to offer a manual transmission with a V6 engine. All three of the engines are refined and powerful, while base LX and LX-P models look like a remarkable bargain for those who want a reasonably stylish sedan with low running costs. The Accord maintains an enviable reputation for longevity, reliability and excellent resale value, which makes it hard to beat for those hoping to keep their car for many years.
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