Car Honda Accord 8 generation debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in 2008, and after just three years in the same place, the Japanese manufacturer presented the restyled sedan and wagon for the European market. Outside the updated Honda Accord 8 has not undergone major changes. New acquired a grille, bumpers and retouched optics and other taillights and chrome strip above the rear license plate.
Configuration and price Honda Accord 2011.
|2.0 Comfort MT||$20,500||2.0 petrol (156 hp)||Manual (6)||front|
|2.0 Sport AT||$22,120||2.0 petrol (156 hp)||Automatic (5)||front|
|2.4 MT Type-S||$24,800||2.4 petrol (200 hp)||Manual (6)||front|
|2.4 MT Type-S||$25,240||2.4 petrol (200 hp)||Automatic (5)||front|
|2.4 Executive AT||$26,200||2.4 petrol (200 hp)||Automatic (5)||front|
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Inside Honda Accord 8 changes even less. Improved insulation, not least thanks to the installation of thicker rear windows, changed interior seats, and “hot” version of the Type-S can boast aluminum trim and red illumination. Among other innovations can also be noted recustomized active suspension and swivel optics, the ability to independently switch from long-dazzle oncoming traffic and at the back.
Honda Accord Sedan 8 was available in three trim levels: Comfort, Sport and Executive, as well as variant S-Type. Plug in prices ranged from $20,500 to $26,200. In the spring of the 2013th model came to replace new generation Accord 9, which now repeats the North American version.