Honda Accord: Its Successive Story Over The Years

Honda Accord: Its Successive Story Over The Years

There are so many cars that it often becomes difficult to make any selection. Car lovers always keep a track of the cars that are launched in the market in different countries. Most of these cars are loaded with advanced features for a smooth and wonderful driving experience. Moreover, a single car is available in a plethora of models. Honda, the famous Japanese company has been into manufacturing several varieties of cars. One of them is Accord.

The first Accord was launched in 1976 and was built as a polished car. The Accord is considered to be the Honda of America because it was the first Japanese car assembled in America. The engineering elegance of Accord is worth appreciation. The cabin controls are perfectly placed while the overall packaging is efficient. The company also made a great effort in putting the cables and hoses under the hood. Moreover, Accord was also light, fun and practical in motion. The most important part of the car was durability.

Following the success of the launch of the first Honda Accord, the company has brought out several models one after another. Each version was an improved one from the predecessor with efficiency in engine and better horse power and torque. The combination of these things also resulted in better efficiency of the car, as a whole. Today, it has won the hearts of millions across the world and delivers a premium experience with ride quality, switch feel and power train isolation. Currently, it is available both in sedan and coupe version.


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