The upcoming 2011 Honda Accord brings subtle, elegant changes to the already sophisticated look of the original Accord. The 2011 Honda Accord continues in the Honda tradition of a smooth ride, sleek look and powerful drive. One new option, available on many trim levels of the 2011 Honda Accord is the USB Audio Interface option. This feature allows users to have a direct connection to current audio controllers such as ipods, MP3 players, WMA files and AAC files.
The front exterior of the 2011 Honda Accord has been modified to a refined and luxurious state with the curved look of the revised grill.
The 2011 Accord sedan gains a new trunklid with red horizontal reflector bars that span most of car’s width. The 2011 Accord Coupe has new tail lamps that relocate the clear, brake-light portion from the top of the lens to the bottom. This tail light addition has been modified to look straighter, larger and more clearly defined.
The new 2011 Honda Accord SE is offered as a sedan only and brings to the less expensive models several previously unavailable luxury features, including leather upholstery and heated front seats.
Lastly, exciting improvements to fuel- economy have also been made to the 2011 Honda Accord. The EPA fuel-economy ratings for Accord 4-cylinder sedans raised by 2 mpg to 23 in the city and raised by 3 mpg to 34 on the highway.
When purchasing a car, often people think they must only consider their monthly payment, but a recent Edmunds article revealed much more. Insurance premiums, service needs, taxes, depreciation and fuel costs are just a few factors that should be factored in to the cost of one’s vehicle.
Edmunds did a study to find the “Lowest True Cost to Own” automobiles in the nation and Honda was one of the major contenders in almost every segment analyzed.
In the Honda Fit received positive feedback from Edmunds “Sedan $15K to $25K” section of analysis due to the compact car’s impressive fuel efficiency.
The Honda Accord coupe was the car with the lowest true cost of ownership in the “Coupe $25K-35K” segment. The Honda Accord’s dynamic performance coupled with conservative fuel use makes the Honda Accord a top pick for Edmunds.
Next, Edmunds “Large Truck” segment revealed that the Honda Ridgeline was not only one of the most capable vehicles to own, but also the least expensive.
In the popular “SUVs under $25,000” category, the Honda Element is ranked the number one choice. It is extremely affordable and offers many flexible interior options.
Lastly, the “Hybrid” category named the Honda Insight the car with the “Truest Low Cost to Own.” The EPA ratings speak for itself: 40 mpg city/43 mpg highway/41 mpg combined.
The results are obvious, Honda consistently makes reliable and affordable cars. Honda owners should be proud to say that they truly got the best deal and the lowest cost.
The new and improved 2011 Honda Odyssey comes out this fall at Richards Honda in Baton Rouge, LA. The redesigned 2011 Honda Odyssey has increased fuel economy, better storage options and a new, fresh look. The lower, wider frame allows for more space throughout the interior of this new 2011 Honda Odyssey. The 2011 Odyssey's new, sleek look is visually appealing and gives the mini-van a new "cool factor".