Honda launches 2010 Accord Sedan and Coupe

Posted on Friday, 21 August 2009 , 19:08:10 byEmil

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Honda launches 2010 Accord Sedan and Coupe

The Japanese automaker Honda has decided to release their range of versions of the 2010 Accord that has a couple of new features. In generally, this is the time of the year when most automakers decide it is time to present their models for the next year. In fact, the new features of the 2010 Honda Accord are quite insignificant, the car remaining mostly the same as the current one.

The 2010 Honda Accord has some features like the expanded application of Bluetooth HandsFreeLink to vehicles equipped with leather seating surfaces. The Bluetooth HandsFreeLink was previously available only with the models equipped with navigation systems. Other features of the 2010 Honda Accord are new rear seat ventilation ducts on the Accord Sedan EX and EX-l models and a better looking gray color theme for the climate control buttons on all models. As I was saying, these new features are quite insignificant.

The manual fan control override button now includes on/off functionality with corresponding changes to the button graphics on models that are equipped with the available dual-zone automatic climate control. The dual-zone activation button named changes to SYNC from DUAL, for additional simplicity. Come on, seriously, are these really new features?

The 2010 Honda Accord is available in two versions, more precisely a four door sedan version and a two door coupe version. The Accord gets its power from a choice of either a 2.4 liter four cylinder engine or a V6 3.5 liter engine. The base price tag for the Honda Accord sedan is set at 21.055 dollars while the Coupe version has a base price of 22.555 dollars. Practically, the 2010 Honda Accord is the same car as the 2009 Honda Accord, because the modifications are more than negligible.