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Fans of the traditional rear-wheel-drive American luxobarge will find an awful lot to like in this updated rendition. Controls with Chrysler’s excellent Uconnect 8.4-inch touch-screen system are easy to use.
It is full of all of the latest infotainment features, but they don’t prove imposing or overwhelming to use.
The latest redesign, introduced in 2013, improved fuel economy and reduced some of the Accord’s traditionally high road noise.
These Accords also come with a standard backup camera, and EX-L and higher trim levels have standard forward-collision and lane-departure warning systems. The four-cylinder has plenty of power; we’d skip the optional six-cylinder.
Just picture this scene: you're at her door in tuxedo with a bouquet of 25 roses (her favorites).
Women don't really care that much about your attire, flowers or manners.Interior quiet and ride comfort rival some luxury sedans.Even though the car is packed with all of the latest connectivity, the controls are simple and straightforward to use, with lots of old-fashioned knobs and buttons.Forward-collision monitoring, lane-departure warning, and blind-spot monitoring are standard on LTZ models and are an affordable option on the lower-level LT.
While we’d go with the 3.6-liter V6 for its blend of swift acceleration and decent fuel economy, the four-cylinder version is surprisingly refined with decent pep.Your ride on the opposite will speak volumes to them and in most cases will make them totally blind to everything else.