2007 honda accord v6 review




2007 honda accord v6 review

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    While we found the Honda Accord very enjoyable to drive, it fell And with the V6, the car has twin exhaust pipes and a nice little red V6.

    Honda is a young Japanese auto-building company, it was founded in 1948. Now the concern, besides cars, also builds motorcycles, planes and is engaged in robotics. Many experts consider Honda cars to be one of the most reliable.

    “Hurry up,” the woman at the counter said, “because when you get back they are waiting to take it to the auction.” The odometer read just over.

    2007 honda accord v6 review

    2007 honda accord v6 review

    If we came to a four-way intersection, and it told us not to go right, we would then ask it if we should go straight. It was better than the Celebrity, which is like saying getting malaria is favorable to getting aids. Other than that, everything so far is just right with this car. It redraws maps and calculates routes quickly. Keep up your oil changes and you can have it for life.

    2007 honda accord v6 review

    2007 honda accord v6 review

    2007 honda accord v6 review

    2007 honda accord v6 review

    2007 honda accord v6 review

    Honda Accord review: Honda Accord - Roadshow

    The Good With the best navigation system in the business, the Honda Accord gets you where you need to go. And its six-speed manual transmission makes it fun getting there. The Bad When pushed hard into a corner, understeer becomes noticeably bad with the Accord. The Bottom Line While we found the Honda Accord very enjoyable to drive, it fell short on a couple of key areas, most noticeably in its stereo system.

    The Honda Accord represents a very practical and unassuming car. But when equipped with a V6 engine and six-speed manual transmission, the Accord actually becomes fun to drive. Add Honda's excellent navigation system and the car will help you get anywhere you need to go. With its mundane styling, nobody will look twice at the Accord, which could be a good thing if you make full use of the V6 in sixth gear on the freeway. It does have some nice touches, such as the way the angular headlight enclosures blend into the front fenders.

    2007 honda accord v6 review

    And with the V6, the car has twin exhaust pipes and a nice little red V6 emblem on the back. While the power train is really a joy to use, handling is pretty average, with lots of understeer. We really like Honda's navigation module, which has a complete database of points-of-interest and excellent voice control.

    But the six-disc changer won't read MP3 CDs and there is no auxiliary input jack. The car seems to be focused on people who haven't gotten into digital music. Navigation system versus Magic 8 Ball Honda's navigation system is one of the best on the market, so we reasoned it wouldn't be informative to test it against another system.

    2007 honda accord v6 review

    Instead, we decided to pit the technology of the navigation system against the mystical properties of a Magic 8 Ball.

    We wanted to see which would do a better job of getting us back to our office in San Francisco from a remote spot in the San Francisco Bay Area. When told to Concentrate and try again , we assumed the Magic 8 Ball was just mocking us. To start off our test, we went to Blanding Lane in Belvedere, a little island in the San Francisco Bay connected to Tiburon by roadways.

    This spot suited our testing purposes, as it was deep in an area of complex, winding suburban roads. Because Belvedere rises up in a hill, the streets aren't laid out in a grid pattern--they have to follow the contours of the landscape. We started off using the Magic 8 Ball. We decided that at every intersection, we would ask it if we should go right. If we came to a four-way intersection, and it told us not to go right, we would then ask it if we should go straight. For the first three intersections we hit, the Magic 8 Ball advised that we go right, with the following responses: Yes , Most likely , and As I see it, yes.

    2007 honda accord v6 review

    These directions quickly took us off the island and into Tiburon. At each intersection, like this one, we asked the Magic 8 Ball if we should go right. After that, the Magic 8 Ball gave us a mix of positive and negative answers to our right turn question, from Without a doubt to My sources say no , which unfortunately took us in circles through the streets of Tiburon.

    After the third time around the same block, we decided to give up on the Magic 8 Ball getting us back to San Francisco in any reasonable amount of time. We went back to our starting point to give the GPS navigation system its opportunity. Using the navigation system was a little more straightforward then the Magic 8 Ball. Using the voice command system, we told it where we wanted to end up, and the system gave us a choice of three routes.



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