2013 Honda Accord Sedan Photo

2013 Honda Accord Sedan - Review


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Mid-size sedans are in a period of rapid change, and fading fast are the days when you typically had to choose between only a tepid but economical four-cylinder engine or a strong but thirsty V-6. But Honda is making getting its higher mileage a different way. Instead of moving to turbocharged four-cylinder engines as a foundation, as we've seen in a number of newer models like the Hyundai Sonata, Kia Optima, Ford Fusion, and even Chevrolet Malibu, it's sticking to what it does well in the 2013 Honda Accord—with naturally aspirated engines that add pep and driving enjoyment yet are more economical than before.

In four-cylinder versions of the 2013 Accord, Honda achieves ratings as high as 27 mpg city, 36 highway thanks to direct injection for the engine, plus an all-new continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) that keeps revs down when cruising or accelerating lightly; yet it feels much more responsive and 'natural' due to a special 'G-Design' shift logic that reels in...

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