It’s safe to say that I’m a huge fan of the Hondas. Hence, my adoration for the 2017 Honda Accord Sport. The Honda Accord hallmarks excellent packaging, a comfortable ride, engaging handling, and top-notch build quality for the model’s decades-long reign.
In previous years, there have been a significant amount of upgrades to the Honda Accord’s interior and exterior as well as a number of new and improved technologies and safety features that add to the awesomeness of this masterpiece.
The new Honda Accord boasts several features that are rather awesome (angels singing).
- Projector Beams Halogen Headlights and LED Fog lights: When you have limited visibility, the functional halogen headlights & LED fog lights help you see and be seen.
- Rain-sensing windshield wipers: The windshield wipers automatically adjust their rate according to the rainfall, giving you one less thing to worry about in bad weather (V6 models).
- Remote engine start: Make sure your Accord is ready by the time you get there with the remote engine start, to pre-heat or cool your vehicle, available on V6 models.
- Smart entry: On the V6 models, the Smart Entry detects when your key is near the vehicle, unlocking your door automatically with the touch of your hand.
- Push Button Start: Bring your engine to life with the touch of a button on the V6 models
- One-touch Power Moon roof: The moon roof features a tilt setting and a convenient one-touch control to open and close. The sliding sunshade keeps you cool when you’ve had enough sun.
The new Honda Accord Sport is available as a four-door mid-sized Sedan and a two-door coupe. Honda’s technology accentuates the interiors spacious cabin and offers a wealth of technology that is quite inviting. We have to consider the refined styling, updated accents and intelligent features that appeal to your senses.
The steering wheel boasts mounted controls offering you the ability to make calls or change your music all with your hands on the wheel. Dual climatic control is a plus, as the front passenger may adjust the temperature settings separate from the driver’s settings.
The new Honda Accord’s power and grace proves that excitement and efficiency can indeed coexist in one remarkable vehicle. The Accords tight, responsive handling is complemented by a 153-hp, 4-cylinder engine or an available 276-hp V-6. The standard four-cylinder engine is available with a six-speed manual or a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). The 2010 Honda Accord Sport and Honda Accord Sport Special Edition sedans add a host of other features (including 19-inch wheels, bigger brakes, side sills, and a rear lip spoiler) to denote the two trims’ more driver-focused nature. While V-6 sedan consumers must give shifting control to a six-speed automatic transmission, EX-L V-6 coupe drivers can choose a six-speed manual transmission. Fuel-economy figures span from a less-than-stellar 18/28 mpg city/highway for the V-6 manual coupe to an impressive 49/47-mpg rating for the hybrid sedan.
All new 2010 Honda Accord Sport come generously equipped. Features such as cruise controls, Bluetooth, and a rear view camera are standard on even the lowliest Honda Accord LX sedan and Honda Accord LX-S coupe. While Honda Sensing is available throughout the Accord line (although it can’t be paired with a manual transmission), Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and a navigation system can be found only on higher-end trim levels. The Honda Sensing suite of safety features are adaptive cruise control, a collision-mitigation braking system, lane-keeping assist, and more.
It is with all these features in mind that I would not hesitate to recommend The 2017 Honda Accord Sport as a vehicle of choice. The new 2010 Honda Accord Sport is comfortable, spacious, fuel-efficient, and surprisingly enjoyable to drive, the Honda Accord remains one of my favorite mid-size options.