The Honda Accord EX-L Coupe v6 2007-2012 version is a beauty. With a 3.5L engine, it packs enough horse power (HP) to accelerate from 0-60 miles per hour in little over 6 seconds.
The shape of the car is designed very well. Although the main purpose of the Accord is a family type vehicle, the coupe gives a spectacular feel that energizes the needs to drive a more sporty vehicle.
Even though the car is much heavier than a typical sports vehicle, the body design is gorgeous. The v6 sports dual exhaust and a lip spoiler. Unfourtunately, the spoiler does not have brake lights integrated, which Honda did a poor decision from distancing itself from after market parts.
The side mirrors are designed to give a wider area of view. This eliminates potential hazards since it gives the driver a better view by minimizing the blind spot.
The v6 version is equiped with 18 inch rims.
Too bad, the v6 uses the Continuous Variable Technology (CVT) engine design. This design transforms the v6 engine to a i3 (inline 3 cylinder) engine whenever the car feels that the driver does not need power. This is unwanted, the purpose of having a v6 engine is to have instaneous response. The time lag to convert from an i3 to v6 is like turbo lag, that split second can make a huge difference.
Get out and go test drive the Accord Coupe Ex-L v6.
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