The Honda Accord Coupe is a two door five passenger midsize coupe based on the ever popular Japanese sedan. Accord Coupes are powered by a range of four and six cylinder engines that make over 270 HP and return as much as 33 MPG depending on what consumers are interested in. Honda offers the Accord coupe in four different trims: LX-S, EX, EX-L and EX-L V6.
The entry level Accord Coupe LX-S is powered by a 2.4 Liter four cylinder that makes 190 HP and 162 lb-ft of torque that returns an estimated 23 MPG in the city and as much as 32 MPG on the highway. Starting out at $22,980 the two door Accord comes well equipped with a set of 17 inch rims, projector beam headlamps and a six speaker AM/FM/CD stereo complete with in dash 6 disc changer and USB inputs for digital music devices. The Accord also come standard with active front head restraints, front and side curtain airbags as well as Honda’s Advanced Compatibility Engineering or ACE Body Structure; all designed to make the best of a worst case scenario.
The Accord Coupe EX adds a few upscale options like a one touch power moonroof with tilt, power accessories with one touch window controls, premium interior accents, Bluetooth hands free wireless connectivity and a seven speaker stereo that adds a subwoofer into the mix; starting at $24,655. The more luxurious $27,305 EX-L gets leather upholstery as well as a heated 10 way power adjustable driver’s seat and XM Satellite Radio. A popular package for the EX-L is the Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation system with voice recognition that bumps the MSRP up to $29,305.
The Accord EX-L V6 is powered by a 3.5 Liter six cylinder that produces 271 HP and 254 lb-ft of torque that returns an estimated 19 MPG in the city and as much as 29 MPG on the highway. The top of the line Accord Coupe rides on a set of 18 inch alloys and comes complete with other sporty touches like a rear spoiler and an available close ration six speed manual gearbox, starting at $29,930. Meanwhile the EX-L V6 with Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation brings the asking price up to $31,930.
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