2013 Honda Accord EX

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2013 Honda Accord EX ​​as just another snooze-inducing midsize sedan that gets grouped in with the Toyota Camry, but really and truly be wrong. I have to say that the previous generation was a bit soft and looked a little bulky, but the new car of the ninth-generation Honda has taken steps to liven up the drive character of the car. Honda jettisoning the front double wishbone suspension in favor of Macpherson struts and with the move of its electric power. Music lover Honda, it saddens me to see double wishbones decreased, but this class of vehicle and Honda has tuned the car, MacPhersons are good. Like most electronic power-steering systems, there is a play on the center and then tightens up when you call to angle up, which is nice.

The Honda Accord EX ​​benefits 2013 from a new, economical direct-injection engine and transmission and variable. Pandora integrates seamlessly with the stereo, and a new system to monitor the blind spot shows a view of a camera out on the side of the car. 2013 Honda Accord EX ​​goes as the ninth generation of a nameplate since 1976.

In addition to a review, the 2013 Accord represents a great leap necessary ahead of Honda, the company has already locked in technology and the pit stop while other automakers raced ahead. of them could not help but think of the 2013 Honda Accord EX ​​as another boring midsize sedan when I saw his name recorded in our system. Preconceptions my began to fall apart when I see it Chocolate in the sun during our photo shoot.

The roofline well come to the back of the car and the fastback recently popular style. The sides look unadorned, but the concealed carry watched; the greenhouse, which means the windows around the room, lets in more light. There is a financial and styling that falls short of the gross sculpting of the Sonata.

2013 Honda Accord EX Interior

Furthering the interface odd decisions, the button on the steering wheel allows the LCD, using audio, trip, and the clock screens, but does not include the phone’s screen. I thought out of any button to do so in a couple of days, but the interface can be accurate. The comprehensive audio sources available in the Accord was thrilled. After pairing my iPhone with a Bluetooth hands-free phone system and his car, I was able to stream music to the stereo. And the screen showed Agreement the full details of the track, and control.

Unlike other Honda models, the USB port is a pigtail hanging loose in the console, in fact, Honda mounted USB port in the new Accord, and the front of the console. This place is about as good as it gets. That port handles iOS devices and USB drives. With the former, the audio interface to the car show music categorized by album, artist, sort, and track. The system is not really as smart and USB drives, they just show the folders and files, instead of parsing the music based on the ID3 tags from files.

2013 Honda Accord EX Exterior

2013 Honda Accord EX styling exterior is ground-breaking and it was a little bland my eye first. It’s not bad-looking car and not crazy-looking outer rows overdone, something which is exactly the formula for selling a boatload cars in this class.  Honda really messed up on redo the Civic for model year 2012 (which have been fixed for 2013), but they Agreement was right. There are nice materials, plush chairs long enough to support and an accurate layout of all the controls.

2013 Honda Accord EX Engine

Standing outside the car, the clatter of direct injection under the hood was obvious. Our model powered by a direct-injection 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine, the new mill proudly display a plaque Earth Dreams, Honda’s recently launched Driveline efficiency initiative. That the engine churns out 185 horsepower and 181 pound-feet of torque, and not very impressive-sounding numbers by themselves, but somehow more recognized than driving a car.

2013 Honda Accord EX-L V6

2013 Honda Accord EX-L V6

2013 Honda Accord EX engine along with a new continuously variable transmission from Honda, which adds to the overall good performance of the driving Accord. Having previously driven the V-6 version of the new Accord, I would opt for four-cylinder, especially considering the Epa fuel economy of 27 mpg city and 36 mpg highway.