2007 honda accord has a car and driver favorites over the years. For proof, one need not look any further than this: 10Best cars award-winning us 20 times in 24years. It was a record even great Michael SchumacherFormula 1 cannot be touched. Like Schumacher, theAccord is a benchmark of her class, the one all othermid-size sedans tested against. Not because it has thebest search engine, chassis or styling, but because of the brilliantly combines a good machine with abalanced chassis and tasteful styling to createsomething far greater than the sum of its parts. In the most recent comparison test, Honda entriescomfortably defeated Ford Fusion, Hyundai Sonataand Toyota Camry best-selling. But their V-6–poweredsedan, rather than the four-cylinder models which make up the bulk of sales. So we borrow a Honda Accord SE, is equipped with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine and five-speed automatic, to see if the deal mass-market still hits the mark.
Buy a suit? We recommend the four-cylinder engine.
Pocketing the keys for the 2007 honda accord requires $19,220. That puts you in the value pack model, strippermanual transmission-equipped with 15-inch steelwheels and minimalist, two-speaker stereo with CD player. However, even the strippers came with ABS, six airbags, power locks and windows, and air conditioning SE we tested the car stickered at $22,220, which includes $ 800 five-speed automatic transmission and other stuffs like 16-inch aluminum wheels, rear disc brakes, folding rear seats, and a six-speaker stereo with CD changer (right). We think SE isan agreement to buy because you get a stereo andright wheel and brake without additional frivolous.Next up, trim level of the former, costs nearly $ 2,000more, and get a V-6 to add another $ 2000. The extra money, combined with poor fuel economy, the V-6makes the four-cylinder car all-around better in our minds.
2007 honda accord Inside and out, the car is described as efficient. The body is eye-catching but it has a clean, neat lines thatwrap the closely chassis. The Interior does not evokemany emotions–it just works. The driver sits in a padded Chair company that supported very well, he is in line for proper placement of the steering wheel andpedals. Likewise, All switchgear and controls is exactlywhere you expect them. We appreciate enough padsfor elbows–on door trim, and center console-a nicetouch that is often missing at this point is the price.
A smooth, efficient power.
Under the hood of Honda’s ultra-smooth, DOHC 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine with variable timing and lifton the intake side only, call Honda technology i-VTEC.It made 166 horsepower and 160 pound-feet of torque. They are not earth shattering figures, but the automatic gear ratio chosen wisely and quickly shiftedhelp exploit the full potential of the motor. That allows for adequate but not exciting time of 0-to-60–mph inlow range – eight–seconds. It is about average in its class, which includes the Chrysler Se bring, Toyota Camry, Nissan Altima, and Saturn Aura.
Raw performance is one thing, but intrinsic, Honda motor‘s best in class. Vibrant exhaust note (for the four-cylinder), good throttle response and broadtorque band that makes you want to live with everyday. At the pump, the deal does its best to be tight-fisted, 24 squeeze miles from a gallon of gas in the city, 34 highway. If you choose manual, expects 26 in town.
2007 honda accord Overall, the whole experience is a lot like driving a third bowl of porridge Goldilocks — just right.Everything was exactly as it should be. The brakes feltfirm without being grabby, and travel comfortably without leaning too much. The steering is direct and responsive without being too heavy. These are the things that make a driver who feels comfortable and confident, and that’s why the deal is still our benchmark.
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