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Category: 2013 Accord

V-6 Honda Accord Coupe Makes Drivers Adjectives-Happy

We have read some really positive reviews of the V-6 Honda Accord Coupe, but this one is by far our favorite. Why?

Because the writer of this article who test-drove the V-6 Honda Accord Coupe, described it this way:

  • “Seductive, taut, responsive, satisfying.”
  • “…blood-stirring, nerve-twitching experience.”
  • “…terrific, a gem…”
  • “…you really do look for tight corners and sweeping turns…”

As you can tell, he was a fan of the V-6 Honda Accord Coupe.

“The people who have come to Sims Honda and taken the Accord Coupe for a test drive have a similar experience to this writer, although they may not use as colorful language as he did,” said Dave Pitcher, sales manager at Sims Honda dealership in Burlington. “People love driving the Accord Coupe. This guy tried hard to put the feeling into words, but words only give you taste. People should really come down here and try it for themselves.”

The writer also tackles the issue of the relative unpopularity of the coupe (a two-door vehicle). However, the Honda Accord Coupe has always done comparatively well and Honda expects sales of this “gem” to make up about 14% of its Accord sales (about 50,000).

Here’s my favorite quote from this review: “It’s a daily driver, yet the car’s many lovely sensations haven’t been scrubbed out in a wrong-headed attempt to “civilize” the vehicle.”

Stop by Sims Honda, Apple Valley Honda or Northwest Honda for opportunity to test drive and fall head over heels (like this guy did) for the V-6 Honda Accord Coupe.

 

Honda is the First to Meet California’s Strict Emissions Standards

Honda again shows that it’s leading the pack of environmentally-friendly vehicles and meeting stringent government rules regarding emissions. The Honda Accord Plug-In was the first vehicle to meet California’s emissions standards, the strictest in the nation.

“Once again, Honda is the first to comply with ARB’s most stringent standard,” says Tom Cackette, ARB’s Deputy Executive Office and head of the mobile source program. “Honda has demonstrated that a dedicated commitment to the environment and advanced engineering at every level of the company can deliver the cleanest cars well ahead of schedule.”

According to this article, the Honda Accord Plug-In “reduces greenhouse gas emissions by an impressive 50% from current required levels, bringing it to levels not mandated until 2025. As a result of the advanced technology in its design, the full-size sedan achieves the equivalent of 124 miles per gallon (mpg) city / 105 mpg highway in hybrid mode, and 47 mpg city / 46 mpg highway in standard (gas only) mode.”

So according to the above information, Honda is 12 years ahead of its time. Talk about over-achieving.

Honda continually proves why it has been the “Greenest Automaker” for the past several years with these impressive emission and miles-per-gallon numbers.

“Honda has always been a leader in creating environmentally-friendly vehicles,” said Tony Carter, general manager of Northwest Honda dealership in Bellingham. “I am proud to be a part of a company that creates vehicles that are the first to meet environmental standards. Honda takes initiative and doesn’t wait until it is forced to make more responsible cars. Even though the Accord Plug-In isn’t available in the Northwest yet, Honda has a long history of paving the way with cars that have low emissions and great gas mileage so drivers are buying and using less gas.”

The article points out:

  • The 1996 Honda Civic was the first vehicle to be certified as a Low Emissions Vehicle (LEV)
  • The 1998 Honda Accord was the first vehicle certified as the first Ultra-Low Emissions Vehicle (ULEV)
  • The 2000 Honda Accord was the first vehicle certified as the first Super-Ultra-Low Emissions Vehicle (SULEV)
  • The 2001 Civic GX natural gas vehicle was the first certified Advanced Technology Partial Zero-Emission Vehicle (AT PZEV)
  • The 2003 Civic Hybrid was the first certified Advanced Technology Partial Zero-Emission hybrid Vehicle (AT PZEV).

Check out all of the details about how Honda is the leading green automaker in the entire article.

What do you think? Does the fact that Honda is an industry-leader in creating environmentally-friendly vehicles persuade you to buy Honda?

Compare Leases, Cars: 2013 Honda Accord Touring, 2013 Infiniti G37 Journey

We love side-by-side comparisons of vehicles that keep it real. This one by CarandDriver.com also stuck out because it compared leasing the 2013 Honda Accord Touring and 2013 Infiniti G37 Journey.

It’s not every day we see a comparison including the Touring model, an Infiniti or lease, so our interest was piqued. Check out the side-by-side throwdown HERE.

The highlights including comparisons in price (comparable), performance (they both perform well) and image. Using prompts like “I want to my co-workers to think of me as…” and “Go ahead and ask me about my…”, the throwdown provides a fun comparison that provides some insight into how you want to feel and how you want to look. However, we have some disagreements with their verdicts.

But the best way to determine how the 2013 Honda Accord Touring will make you feel is to go to Sims Honda, Northwest Honda or Apple Valley Honda dealership to take one for a test drive today. So stop by and draw your own conclusions.

Honda to Build Accord Hybrid in U.S., Create Jobs

In another example of how ‘American’ Honda is, Honda recently announced it will build the hybrid version of the extremely popular 2013 Honda Accord at its Marysville, Ohio plant. This means Honda will be investing $23 million and create 50 new jobs.

While 50 jobs added onto the already 4,400 jobs at that plant, may not seem like much, 50 good paying jobs and an investment of $23 million to extend the production line (to add the hybrid technology to the Accord), will make a big difference to that community and the trickle down effect is very real.

According to this article, “[The 2013 Honda Accord hybrid] will be the first hybrid model produced by Honda in Ohio and only the third made in North America for the Honda and luxury Acura lines.”

The 2013 Honda Accord gas-and-electric hybrid is expected to get 47 miles per gallon. That seems really good until you compare to the gas mileage of the Accord plug-in hybrid that gets 115 miles per gallon (only being sold in New York and California currently).

While the mileage of these Honda vehicles is impressive, we think what is most impressive about this news is how it illustrates Honda’s dedication to building vehicles for Americans in America.

2013 Honda Accord V6 Coupe is “the Car”

Occasionally, we find articles that have a great bottom-line point…but they are so tedious and boring to read because of the way they are written. Point and case is this article that repetitiously calls the 2013 Honda Accord V6 Coupe “the car…” and almost all the sentences are very short and choppy, which slowly lulls your brain to sleep until you can’t remember the paragraph you just read.

Well, we are here to the rescue, because we think the information in this article is great, but we want to save you from actually having to read it.

  • The 2013 Honda Accord V6 Coupe will feature an engine with 3.5 liter capacity and has been used in other
    powerful cars, so we look forward to seeing it here.
  • “The engine can produce about 278 horsepower and about 252 pound feet of torque…when coupled with the light weight of the body, it can produce the desire effects.”
  • “The car” uses a six-speed manual transmission, great suspension and dependable breaking that “add to the security of the car.”
  • The Accord Coupe V6 can go zero to 60 mph in about 5.6 seconds. Weeeee!
  • It is spacious and roomy. Good head and leg room, in addition to storage space.
  • The interior  is comfortable and borderline luxurious (my word, not the article’s because, well, it’s too colorful for that article)
  • Great gas mileage at 18/28 city/highway or 22 mpg average.
  • Will cost around $33,000

 

The 2013 Honda Accord Coupe is expected out next year so look for it at Sims Honda, Apple Valley Honda and Northwest Honda dealerships!

 

2013 Honda Accord is Only Moderately Priced Midsized Vehicle to Earn “Good” Rating on New IIHS Crash Test

According to a new “narrow offset” front-end crash test instituted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, the 2013 Honda Accord is the only moderately priced midsized vehicle sold in the United States to earn a “good” rating.

The Suzuki Kizashi also received a “good” rating, but Suzuki recently decided the Kisashi would no longer be sold in the U.S.

The new IIHS crash test involves a front-end crash where the car strikes a thing object (like a pole or tree) in the outside 20% of the hood; this is important because as it stands, now, most of the reinforcement is in the middle 60% of the car.

“About 10,000 deaths a year are in frontal crashes and about one-fourth of those are ‘narrow offset,’ ” says IIHS spokesman Russ Rader.  ”We think it is important to look at how people are actually dying in real-world crashes.”

The fact that the 2013 Honda Accord did so well on the IIHS test surprises few people.

“The 2013 Honda Accord is an incredible vehicle,” said Tod McLaughlin of Apple Valley Honda in Wenatchee. “It has been getting rave reviews for style, safety, technology, gas mileage, and now this. Honda did its research and new this test was coming and showed an anxious concern for the safety of Honda drivers and passengers.”

It is interesting to point out that the moderately priced vehicles performed better than the luxury vehicles subjected to the narrow offset test. Of the 18 moderately priced vehicles tested, 13 of them received an “acceptable” or “good” rating. Of the 11 luxury midsize sedans tested, only three passed the test. The Acura TL (Honda’s luxury brand) was one of the luxury vehicles that earned a “good.”

At the end of the article it addresses how Toyota’s vehicles did so poorly. Toyota responded that the IIHS tests well above the federal requirements but it will now respond to the challenge. I think that contrasts very interestingly with Honda who had been following the IIHS test development very closely “for some time” and took the initiative to improve its vehicles before the test. What do you think? Does this say anything about the values of the different automotive companies?

Honda’s LaneWatch System is 2012 Automobile Technology Finalist

The 2013 Honda Accord has made a splash with industry know-what’s and  consumers. A big part of that is because of all the bells and whistles that come standard on the newest Accord, including the LaneWatch system. Now the LaneWatch system has been named a finalist for the 2012 Technology of the Year Award by AOL Autos.

“It would be really great for the LaneWatch system to win 2012 Technology of the Year Award,” said Keith Hofkamp, general manager of Sims Honda dealership in Burlington. “The 2013 Honda Accord is loaded with some really awesome technology, most of which comes standard on all models not just the more expensive models. The LaneWatch system is so representative of Honda: it is convenient, it is innovative and it makes the 2013 Honda Accord a much safer car.”

Here’s what the article had to say about the LaneWatch system: “LaneWatch uses a camera positioned below the passenger-side exterior mirror to display a wide-angle view of the passenger side roadway on the standard 8-inch color intelligent Multi-Information Display (i-MID). The image appears when the right turn signal is activated, or when a button on the end of the turn signal stalk is pressed. The feature can also be deactivated in the vehicle settings at the driver’s discretion…The system helps the driver to see traffic, as well as pedestrians or objects, in the vehicle’s blind spot. To help make judging distance easier, the display has three reference lines. Drivers are encouraged to visually confirm roadway conditions prior to changing lanes.

Why is this important? The article also points out that the typical view of a passenger-side mirror is 18-22 degrees. With the LaneWatch technology, drivers will be able to see up to 80 degrees.

Really, does anything else need to be said to convince you of the value of the LaneWatch system?

The AOL Autos Technology of the Year Award will be given in January. Check out the other finalists at AOLAutos.com.

“I hope LaneWatch wins,” said Hofkamp. “But if it doesn’t win, I think just being a finalist brings a lot of justified attention to this incredible safety technology and the 2013 Honda Accord. We’ll take that.”

But don’t wait until January when the award will be announced to try the technology itself. Stop by Sims Honda, Northwest Honda or Apple Valley Honda today to test drive the 2013 Honda Accord and see how much safer you can be with LaneWatch looking over your shoulder.

 

http://www.heraldonline.com/2012/11/27/4443268/honda-lanewatch-named-2012-technology.html

Honda Brand, Accord Top ALG’s Residual Value Rankings

Most people know that a Honda vehicle keeps its value, especially if it’s the eternal Honda Civic or Honda Accord. Well, ALG announced that Honda and Acura are at the top of its 14th Annual Residual Value list. Honda topped the list of mainstream brands!

“This should reaffirm Honda’s status as the brand of vehicle to buy,” said Tod McLaughlin in Apple Valley Honda in Wenatchee. “There have been some critics in the last couple years, but Honda has never lost its touch and if you want a vehicle that has a high resale value, then you have to buy a Honda.”

The Honda Accord earned the coveted Residual Value award for the Midsize Car category.

“Of course it did,” McLaughlin said unsurprised.

According to the article, “ALG, based in Santa Barbara, Calif., is a provider of residual value and other analyses to the automotive industry. Its Residual Value Awards honor the vehicles in each segment that are forecast to retain the highest percentage of manufacturer’s suggested retail price after three years.”

Go to Apple Valley Honda, Sims Honda or Northwest Honda today for your chance to test drive the new 2013 Honda Accord and watch its value stay solid for years to come.

 

http://wheels.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/11/27/honda-and-acura-top-algs-residual-value-rankings/

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