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Honda Accord Detroit MI

2008 Honda Accord is bigger inside, more powerful, and more fuel efficient, honda Sedan is classified as a Large Car by the EPA, Standard stability control and side curtain air bags.

Ferndale Honda
(248) 548-6300
21350 Woodward Ave
Ferndale, MI
 
Lafontaine Honda
(313) 565-5100
2245 S Telegraph Rd
Dearborn, MI
 
Lapeer Honda
(810) 245-0400
895 S Main St
Lapeer, MI
 
Capital Honda
(517) 333-0869
2651 Jolly Rd
Okemos, MI
 
Brighton Honda
(810) 494-6100
8294 Grand River Rd
Brighton, MI
 
Metro Honda
48220-2542
21350 Woodward Ave
Ferndale, MI
 
Troy Honda
(248) 649-0202
1835 Maplelawn Dr
Troy, MI
 
Tom Miller Honda
(231) 755-3757
2501 Henry St
Muskegon, MI
 
Honda Automobile Sales
(810) 695-3390
10825 S Saginaw St
Grand Blanc, MI
 
Lafontaine Honda
(313) 565-5100
2245 S Telegraph Rd
Dearborn, MI
 

Honda Accord

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Critical Knowledge:

  • 2008 Honda Accord is bigger inside, more powerful, and more fuel efficient

  • Sedan is classified as a Large Car by the EPA

  • Standard stability control and side curtain air bags

  • 3.5-liter V-6 engine gets Variable Cylinder Management

  • Partial Zero-Emission Vehicle (PZEV) rating, even for V-6 engine

  • Hybrid model is discontinued; diesel option may appear in '09 or '10

  • Over 95% of Accord's parts are recyclable

  • Optional voice-activated navigation system with Zagat Survey ratings

  • Bluetooth hands-free communication offered for first time

  • On sale in September of 2008 as Coupe or Sedan

Introduction
In 1976, Honda introduced the Accord to America. The little 3-door hatchback was a bit bigger and more powerful than the Civic, while riding on a wheelbase shorter than today's Honda Fit. Over the years, the Accord grew larger as its loyal customer base grew older, adding a sedan body style in 1979, becoming the first Japanese-nameplate car to be manufactured in the U.S. in 1982, taking the title of best-selling car in America in 1990, and ultimately dropping the original hatchback configuration for a coupe and a station wagon. In 1998, the wagon vanished and the Accord sedan graduated from the compact car class to the midsize segment. Now, after 32 years on the market, the all-new 2008 Honda Accord debuts, classified as a Large Car by the EPA in sedan form and offering more interior space, more horsepower, and more features than ever before....

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