2013 - 2014 Honda Accord CVT Race 0-60 Test Drive

2013 - 2014 Honda Accord CVT 0-60 MPH driving test. 2013 Honda Accord Sport with CVT transmission. Driven in 3 different modes. HondaPro Jason drives them all. A sport mode where you can see the rpm go right up 2 the RedLine and stay there as the car keeps accelerating. A sport mode using the paddle shifters. A regular drive mode where you can see and hear VTEC kick in. Driving a 2013 Honda Accord Sport you can hear the dual Exhaust and it sounds great. This was filmed and edited to show the power and acceleration of the Honda CVT transmission in a 0-60 MPH test. For more info on Honda please visit http://www.honda.com/ *This car was borrowed from a friend and is NOT a dealer owned car. HondaPro Jason did this test on a test track. with proper safety equipment. Please check out my other videos, please SUBSCRIBE and thank you for your support. Pleases contact me at Jason@hondaprojason.com with any further questions. HondaPro Jason is one of the top new car salesman at Schaumburg Honda Automobiles located in Schaumburg IL I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)

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2013 - 2014 Honda Accord CVT driving test and review
Follow this video to see a 0-60 MPH test with the 2013 2014 Honda Accord Sport. HondaPro is back again with a short test drive showing you how the CVT trans works in the all new 2013 Honda Accord. This is unlike any other CVT. Honda did it right. For more info on Honda please visit http://www.honda.com/ HondaPro Jason is one of the top Salesman at Schaumburg Honda Automobiles in Schaumburg IL





Understanding CVT !
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