2013 Honda Accord Sport - WINDING ROAD POV Test Drive
For the best video experience, we recommend wearing a good set of headphones for the POV Test Drive at 1:49. The audio in this video was recorded with binaural microphones that, when played back through headphones, give the feel of 3D sound. Trick stuff.
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2013 Honda Accord - FIRST LOOK & REVIEW
Eco-auto reviewer Eric Novak visits Santa Barbara, CA to take part in the Canadian media preview of the all new, 9th generation Honda Accord and prepare this somewhat light-hearted yet informative review.
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2013 Honda Accord transmission problem
BEFORE COMMENTING, please understand that I know what a downshift is. But my touring edition 2013 Accord (6 speed automatic) downshifts HARD as I coast (ie release the gas)in city traffic and forces an engine "brake" at 30 mph and 17 mph on a FLAT surface.
This is not "grade logic" which allows the car to shift depending on the grade of a hill.
Brand Spanking NEW 2013 Honda Accord Bianchi Honda Erie PA Reveal off trailer
This is the very first 2013 Honda Accord Sport model coming off the truck at Bianchi Honda in Erie, PA. This thing is AWESOME It is a beautiful day here at Bianchi Honda. We are proud to annouce that we have recieved many of the BRAND NEW 2013 Accords and they are available for sale! If you have not had a chance to see what the hype is all about please stop out to get a demonstration today!
8430 Peach St. Erie, PA 16509 1.800.541.4571
2013 Honda Accord Preview
This is a preview of the upcoming 2013 Honda Accord. This vehicle will be arriving in showrooms on September 19, 2012. You can find more details at www.jlfreedhonda.com
2013 Honda Accord Coupe
The Honda Accord coupe, like its sedan brethren, is all new for the 2013 model year. The redesign brings more cabin and trunk room and a peppy four-cylinder, along with new technology features. Overall, it retains the performance banner for the Accord nameplate — just don't expect it be as fun to drive as a Detroit muscle car, according to Cars.com reviewer Kelsey Mays.