The redesign of 2013 Honda Accord this year has revolutionized it in every and each angle. In distinction to numerous competitors, it still has the V-6 option, at the same time it has improved its gasoline mileage in addition to enhancement general. Just like the past models, the new accord sedan & coupe still have large space of interiors. And now they provide connectivity and safety-tech attributes on many of the based models and not just on the top of the line Accord, isn’t it awesome or what?
Honda obviously walked that line in between repeat-buyer anticipations and discovering its mojo using the present marketplace when designing the 2013 Accord. The new appear is not eye wowing or head-turning, but it gains the dynamic stance and maximizes the interior spacing.
All 2013 Accord designs stay front-wheel drive, in order to spice up the MPG, the 185 horsepower 4 cylinder engine will give you 27 mpg in city and 36 mpg for highway, while you will get 21 and 34 with the V-6’s 278 horsepower. They also come with four-wheel disc brakes, including Electronic Brake Distribution & Brake Assist. There are some new technologies included into the accord this year, with SmartVent technology for its side airbags that eliminates the need for fussy occupant position detection systems. And new LaneWatch Blind Spot Display gives a wider view of the passenger side of the car on the i-MID (Multi-Information Display) screen. With those new technologies, the 2013 Honda Accord easily perfected the crash-test result with the new IIHS Top Safety Pick plus rating and a five-star overall score from the federal government. I think a lot of parents love to hear that when it comes to safety.
Overall, I think Honda is doing a pretty good job on its new Accord this year. Now let’s take a look its car lease deals. There are three Honda leasing options on sedan models. You can lease a 2013 Accord Sedan CVT LX for $219 per month for 36 months with 2,399 due at signing. Or you can also lease a 2013 Accord Sedan CVT EX for $249 per month for 36 month with $2,499 due at signing. If you are thinking about zero down, you can lease a 2013 Accord Sedan CVT LX with $0 first month’s payment, $280 per month for 35 months with $0 down payment, $0 security deposit and for well-qualified lessees only.
Honda does not offer any national leases for its accord coupe model yet, but I am sure you will able to lease one at its local dealerships. I assume the lease price will probably be a little more than the sedan models. You can visit AutoPromoCenter.com to locate them, use our dealerships locator to find out where they are. Best luck with your car shopping this month!
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