2013 Honda Accord
2013 Honda Accord shows once again that Honda has a very stubborn characteristic. As Honda is always on its own way, you will see only minimalistic aesthetic changes in its new car. Under its new skin,though not changed dramatically, the Accord carries on generations of hallmark qualities, from fuel economy, to interior space and to value. And its reliability and longeviity has always made the Accord a smart purchase. Unlike many of its modern rivals, the Accord is less about being seen and more about being able to see out of.Plenty of glass and excellent visibility replaces a high beltline and tiny windows, while the view out the front is further improved by smaller A pillars.And thanks to its larger driver’s side mirrors, improved outward visibility at all angles is ensured. Although its appearance has not changed dramaticaly, the Accord is highly reenginereed under the hood where it gets three entirely new engines and new tranmissions as part of Honda’s new Earth Dreams lineup. As for the interior, it has not changed that much just like the exterior. It may look a bit busy at the first sight but it is tidier actually. On the surface the new Accord seems only moderately new, but closer inspection reveals impressive upgrades and new features that add to many already segment-leading qualities, helping put it, as always, in contention for top-of-the-pack status.