2017 Honda Accord
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New 2017 Honda Accord at URSE Honda for Bridgeport, WV
What a great year to be a Honda owner (or become one), as this is a great car to get because it has a little something for everyone, and doesn't shortchange any category to do it. If you are looking for a powerful engine bearing, safety-first midsize sedan, this is the car to test out! For 2017, Honda brings a Sport Special Edition sedan to the Accord lineup, which has heated-leather seats with red stitching, and a "Special Edition" badge. The 2017 Honda Accord transfers the increased LED exterior lighting and deluxe features of last year's model, like the available 7-inch display audio touchscreen (with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto), heated rear seats, HD Radio, and front/rear parking sensors.
Under the Accord's Hood
Ok, engine overview time: the 2017 Accord Sedan and Coupe are available in a variety of trims, with 4-cylinder and V6 powertrains, 6-speed manual and 6-speed automatic transmissions, and a continuously variable transmission. If you like what Honda has brought you before in the Accord, these powertrains will not let you down either. All 2017 Accords are front-wheel drive, and tend to have a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine, which is rated at 185 horsepower and 181 pound-feet of torque. If missing the Honda Sensing package, the models LX, Sport, Sport Special Edition and EX sedans (and LX-S and EX coupes) are standard with a six-speed manual transmission. Optional for those trims but standard for others on the lineup is a continuously variable transmission (CVT), which replaces a conventional automatic transmission. For those who want more power than that, Honda comes through with the available 3.5-liter V6, which is rated at 278-hp and 252 lb-ft of torque, paired with the conventional six-speed automatic only.
Design of Honda Accord
Starting with the sedans, the base four-cylinder LX is quite generously equipped, including 16-inch alloy wheels, dual-zone automatic climate control, a four-speaker sound system with a CD player, an auxiliary audio jack, a USB port, automatic headlights, LED taillights, and Pandora integration. Choosing the Sport brings more horsepower, 19-inch wheels, LED daytime running lights and fog-lights, cloth seating with leatherette bolsters, an eight-way power driver seat a rear trunk lid spoiler, and dual exhaust tips, amidst other features. The Sport Special Edition adds special-edition badging, heated front seats and leather seats with red accent stitching that was mentioned above. The Accord EX also builds off the LX, but it focuses more on extra amenities than sportiness, adding 17-inch wheels, LED daytime running lights and fog-lights, heated mirrors, a sunroof, keyless ignition and entry, 6-speakers for a HD radio and another USB port. Also standard is smartphone app integration via Honda-Link, and of course it has Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. There are still more configurations for the sedan: the EX-L, EX-L V6, and the Touring, all of which add exciting value and capability. The coupe versions of all of these trims are very similar except wheel size tends to get bigger as you move up and speaker numbers increase, which is a nice trend.
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What is in the "Honda Sensing" safety technology set?
All six of these are included: the Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS), Lane Departure Warning (LDW), Forward Collision Warning (FCW), Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS), Road Departure Mitigation (RDM), and Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC).
It certainly seems that "Safety First" is Honda's mantra inherent within designing the Accord models. Every single version of 2017 Honda Accord comes with stability and traction control, antilock disc brakes, active front head restraints, front seat side airbags and side curtain airbags. A rearview camera is also standard across the board. Standard on EX and above is the LaneWatch blind-spot system, which switches the 7.7-inch screen's display to a low and wide view of the car's passenger side when the right turn signal is engaged. Note that the Sport, Sport SE and Touring sedans, as well as the Touring coupe, have larger front brakes. The Accord is also available with 'Honda Sensing', among the most comprehensive arrays of layered safety and driver-assistive technologies in its class. And on the Touring trims it comes bundled in as standard, so that will certainly help on those long car trips. Come on down here to Urse Honda and we can show you around one today, or give us a call at (888) 691-2241.
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