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|Fuel type||Regular Unleaded|
|Engine||2.4-L L-4 DOHC 16V|
|Combine MPG||26 MPG|
Honda’s strong-selling midsize Accord sedan underwent a massive redesign for 2003 that included more powerful engines. A five-speed automatic transmission replaced the former four-speed unit, and a V-6-powered coupe with a six-speed manual gearbox joined the lineup. For 2005, side-impact and side curtain-type airbags became standard in all models.
Restyling of the front and rear ends marks 2006 models, which also contain more standard equipment. The output of the 3.0-liter V-6, which operates with drive-by-wire throttle control, has been boosted to 244 horsepower, and the four-cylinder engine increases to 166 hp. All V-6 models adopt Vehicle Stability Assist and brake assist. The sport-oriented EX V-6 sedan is available with a six-speed-manual transmission. All V-6 models have revised suspension bushings and damping rates to complement the upgraded 17-inch wheels.
A Value Package replaces the DX sedan trim level for 2006. Sedans also come in LX and upscale EX trim levels, along with LX V-6 and EX V-6 versions and a new LX Special Edition. LX and EX coupes are offered with four-cylinder or V-6 power.
|Maintenance||Our 108 point presale delivery inspections is done.
Engine oil / Battery
|Transmission||Automatic : Front Wheel Drive|