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2013 HONDA ACCORD TRIM GRADES

 

2013 Honda Accord LX:

 

Rearview camera

8 in. i-MID TFT Screen

Pandora

SMS text messaging capabilty

16 in alloy wheels

Body color door mirros

Chrome door handles

Bluetooth HandsFreeLink

USB

Dual Zone Auto AC

Auto on / off headlights

Security Alarm

2013 Honda Accord Sport:

 

18 in alloy wheels

8-way power seat

Fog lights

Dual exhaust

Decklid spoiler

Paddle shifters

2013 Honda Accord EX adds or replaces on Sport:

 

Honda LaneWatch (Blind Spot display)

Side mirrors with turn signal indicators

17 in alloy wheels

Power moonroof

2013 Honda Accord EX-L adds or replaces on EX:

 

Leather trimmed seats

Audio with touch screen

Multi-angle rearview camera

Forward collision warning

Lane departure warning

XM Radio

Heated front seats

Leather Steering wheel

Navigation option

2013 Honda Accord V6 Sedan Features:

 

LED daytime running lights

Homelink

Dual Exhaust

2013 Honda Accord Touring:

 

Includes all of the aforementioned EX-L features and some additional luxury car features

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It looks like a rendition of the previous Accord (Kah motor. US version). Too frumpy looking.

 

I hope that the Euro version will look better.

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The front does look like the new Lexus GS without the spindle grille. The side remains the same. The rear looks like the old HOnda Legend/ pre-facelift Hyundai Genesis sedan. Haha.

 

But till date, still no interior pics though. Hopefully, they'll improve the build quality. The previous Accord was really horrible =(

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Frankly..the only looking Honda accord is the Euro R ....

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this is US honda accord right? different from thai made?

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Usually the US speced hondas resembles the Thai made ones, whereas the Japs and Euro ones look more similar to one another

 

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Wait for the JDMs. Those usually look more exciting.

Does it mean JDM sure is MIJ, or can be in some other country?

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Dont know how reliable the recent accord is even it is MIJ? But the other day saw one 1989 accord at a carpark, done a quite check and the car COE is until 2018. Imagine the car can make it running on the road for nearly 30 years?! And yet nowadays most owners mindset is, when the car only reach about 7-8 years, they already find the car "falling apart" liao?! [rolleyes]

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Japs car engine 10 years also no improve, their exterior is gettin.g from good to bad

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Japs car engine 10 years also no improve, their exterior is gettin.g from good to bad

Engine is more important than design la. [:p]

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Japs car engine 10 years also no improve, their exterior is gettin.g from good to bad

I agreed,the current Toyota Camry 2L engine & the 4 speed gearbox is the same as the 2002 Camry,only the current 2.5L Camry's engine[with dual VVT-i] & 6 speed gearbox are new.

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Engine is more important than design la. [:p]

Yes,Toyota's engine are tough...troublefree.

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