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/o/ redpill me on the modern Honda Accord
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>>23224456
It's your typical low horsepower, high torque comfy car wave come to expect from Marysville.

It's nice, you wont be going fast, but it's just nice.
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>>23224456
its great if you get the 2.0L turbo one.

Good luck finding a manual, they're rare af and they discontinued them.
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>>23224510
As they should. Its incredibly retarded to want a manual in a big cruiser like this
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>>23224456
2.0 turbo with the manual if you can find it, the 10 speed auto is the fastest version though. Avoid the 1.5 with cvt.
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>>23224514
Not really dude they offered a manual on all the older accords on the higher engine trim. v6 accords are great and highly sought after.
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>>23224518
Yes because back then autos were shit, but these days an auto is better
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Boring "sporty" family sedan. If you don't make much this would be luxury for you
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The problem is people say "it's a cheaper, more luxurious, detunedType R!"

Its not. It's an accord with a 2.0 turbo that shares very little with the drivetrain from the Type R.
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>>23224583
This, it doesn't have the cams, doesn't have the valves, doesn't have VTEC, doesn't have the transmission or differential.
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>>23224585
Dont give namefags (you's)
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>>23224456
New Honda's a shit to work on yourself. Be prepared to shell out big $$$ for dealership visits. GLI/GTI way better.
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>>23225134
Not even in the same class, if gonna shill for VW you could at least mentioned a passat considering that what the accord competes with
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it's a sedan
no reason to buy it over a current-gen charger, which at least has rwd
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Literally did a cross country trip with it (1.5L) last week. Handling/suspension is nice, but it feels like cheap plastic luxury inside. I used to own a V6 8th gen Accord and prefer that one as opposed to the new one.



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