The launch of the long-awaited 2013 Honda Accord represents perhaps the most significant in the history of the auto-maker. And needless to say therefore, Honda certainly doesn’t intend to hold back.
Along with an end-to-end redesign, a myriad of new market-leading features included as standard has seen the 2013 Honda Accord already draw massive acclaim and live up to a long and proud legacy.
According to those already having taken the wheel of the 2013 Accord, Honda has delivered a total package that represents the best value for money of any vehicle on the market today in any segment. Leading reviewers and automotive authorities have so far been united in their bewilderment at the base-price of the 2013 Honda Accord, given the way in which it offers more safety features and technology than dozens of luxury cars at over double its price.
Starting out at $21,680, the base-version of the 2013 Honda Accord comes with a stunning array of features and gadgets including Bluetooth, rearview camera, Pandora Internet Radio, Expanded View Driver’s Mirror and SMS Text Messaging to name just a few.
Along with the 2013 Nissan Altima, the new Honda Accord is expected to propel its maker to its most successful October in company history in terms of US vehicle sales.
As of today, Honda is expected to chalk up more than enough vehicle sales to top its existing October record of 114,799 – fronted by the 2013 Honda Accord. Likewise, Nissan is also well on course to better its existing 86,626 vehicle sales record, which has remained untouched since 2006.
According to US auto authorities, the figures represent clear confirmation that car-buyers across the US are hungry for fully refreshed and redesigned models of market-leading brands. The Honda Accord and Nissan Altima have performed strongly for years – the 2013 models are true testaments to both brands.