Honda sells the redesigned 2013 Honda Accord Sedan LX, Sport, EX, EX-L, EX-L V-6, and Touring trim levels. The foundation of the Accord LX Sedan is equipped with 16-inch aluminum wheels, auto-off headlights, an expanded view of driver side mirror that reveals the cars in the Accord’s left-side blind area. 2013 Honda Accord Sedan is 3 inches shorter in length and 1 inch shorter wheelbase than the model it replaces, but offers more rear-seat leg room, more shoulder room for all passengers and 5, and a larger trunk than the outgoing version at 15,8 cubic feet (15.5 cubic feet for the EX-L and Touring trims).
2013 Honda Accord Interior
All 2013 models Accord equipped with Active Noise Home Active Sound Control, the signs are designed to provide cabin quieter. 2013 Honda Accord Sedan has up to 5 passengers previously redesigned and the rear seats, which wrapped in cloth Upholstery on the LX, Sport and the EX trims.
2013 Honda Accord Sedan LX includes standard power windows, cruise control, power door locks, wheel tilt / telescoping steering, and mats floor. Dual-zone automatic climate control is also standard, and a height-adjustable driver seat, eight-inch color multi information display, camera repairs, and a 160-watt audio system with 4 speakers and a CD player / MP3. Honda and provides all the 2013 Accord Sedan with Bluetooth hands-free calling and music streaming, USB port with iPod connection, SMS messages and wisdom, and Pandora Internet radio.
2013 Honda Accord Optional Features
In order to upgrade a 2013 Honda Accord Sedan by features, consumers should choose a more expensive trim level. Improvement in the first Accord Sedan program is intended for those who enjoy driving. The new 2013 Accord Sedan Sport is based on the LX trim, and adds 18-inch aluminum wheels, P235 / 45R18 tires, fog lamps, rear spoiler decklid, and a 10-way power driver seat. The strut tower brace is installed under the hood, and the model of the optional continuously variable transmission includes shifters lever.
The following is the better Sedan Honda Accord EX. Moreover LX Sedan machines, the Sedan EX adds 17-inch aluminum wheels, fog lamps, 6-speaker sound system, satellite radio, and a Smart Winning entry and keyless push-button ignition system. In addition, the Sedan Accord EX includes a power sunroof, ten way power driver seat, four-way power front passenger seat, and LaneWatch blind-spot information system monitors traffic on the right side of the car.
Honda Accord EX-L sedans include a leather-wrapped wheel steering, auto-dimming rearview mirror, outside temperature indicator, 360-watt premium sound system, seats leather, heated seats front. New HondaLink network technology is also included in this color, and the tree-walk and forward-collision warning systems. The touch-screen navigation system is available on the trim level. The 2013 Honda Accord EX-L V-6 least expensive way to a more powerful engine, installed under the hood is supported by gas struts rather than prop rod. In addition, the EX-L V-6 includes a general garage door opener and a memory system for the driver seat positions. A navigation system is optional on the color.
2013 Honda Accord Engine
A new direct-injection, 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine is standard on versions of most of the 2013 Honda Accord Sedan. Engine makes 185 horsepower at 6,400 rpm and 181 lb. ft. of torque at 3,900 rpm (189 horsepower and 182 lb. ft. of torque in the Accord Sport). A manual transmission 6-speed standard, driving front wheels. A continuously variable transmission (CVT) is optional, included in the G-Design Shift Logic “in order to feel connected” and the more rapid acceleration response according to Honda. Listed in the Sedan Accord Sport, CVT features paddle shifters.
A 3.5-liter V-6 engine standard on EX-L V-6 and Touring trims, that produce 278 horsepower at 6,200 rpm, 252 lb. ft. of torque at 4,900 rpm, and paired with an automatic transmission 6-speed. V-6 engine includes technology Cylinder Management (VCM) rate, which improve fuel economy by shutting off half the engine cylinders under low-load and along the driving conditions.
2013 Honda Accord Safety
More than two front air bags side curtain air bags, the redesigned 2013 Accord Sedan also includes a new SmartVent side-impact air bag design to eliminate excess air bag deployment force. The additional standard features include reversing camera, traction and the stability control system, hill-start assist control systems, and 4-wheel disc anti-lock brakes with electronic brake-force distribution and brake assist.
Honda also designed the new 2013 body structure of the Accord’s Advanced Compatibility Engineering standards, and the company expects the model to excel in the new Insurance Institute for Highway Safety frontal small overlap impact crash test. In addition, the Sedan Accord is available with a new LaneWatch blind-spot information systems, which monitors traffic on the right side of the Accord, and the two-lane walk and forward-collision warning systems. Touring trim level and adds an adaptive cruise control system.