The new Honda Accord came finnaly with the new facelift version. The test version is one of 2.0 liter petrol engine, so does the new Accord executive sedan remains a better favorite is its class position? Let’s find out.
Even the Japanese have recognized this spring at the Geneva Motor Show 2011 at the world premiere of this Honda Accord facelift, that they are talking about an upgrade rather discreet of the car, because they felt the need for serious changes to the mid-range sedan. And we agree with them at all – we don’t really see why they would have to change any details to this car. However, this happened, even if you need an expert eye to discover what contains the Accord’s facelift. The headlamps retain their shape, but the flags are now white, not orange, the central grid, however, is narrower and in my opinion, much finer, enough to give the car an extra elegance, while the spoiler looks a little bit aggressive. Overall, the Accord sedan remains intact on the image chapter of mid-range business car, so that there aren’t any other details changed. The situation is repeated for the interior, where the Accord maintains a sober atmosphere a bit cold because of the black and gray plastic upholstery and the ornaments are made of a nice plastic finish that mimics the aluminum. Otherwise, however, we had a lot of trouble finding a comfortable driving position. Too bad that the wheel and the board is full, because it has so many buttons, which can become less frustrating if you’re a fan of gadgets.