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The 2009 Honda Accord is Miami Reputable

Over the past three decades few vehicles have received as much respect in the United States as the Honda Accord. Many cities, especially Miami, value reputation and use their cars to show it.  The Accord doesn’t seem to be receiving its accolades from being sporty or luxurious, instead it is valued for its consistency. The Accord is very spacious and comfortable. It is also intelligently engineered and easy to drive for family oriented Miami drivers.   There is nothing more important than keeping your family safe while driving through Miami’s busy streets.

The new 2009 Accord is much more spacious than previous models and produces better engine performance. It is available at your local Miami dealership as a Sedan or a Coupe to suit each customer’s style or needs. All models come equipped with safety features including side curtain airbags and stability control. As has been the case with past Accords, the newest model comes with either a four-cylinder or V6 engine. The base 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine makes 177 horsepower; an upgraded version of this engine available on the EX trims makes 190 hp. For more power, a 271-hp, 3.5-liter V6 is available. The four-cylinder engine has a five-speed manual transmission as standard and a five-speed automatic as optional. The V6 typically comes with a five-speed automatic, though V6-equipped coupes are available with a six-speed manual.

It is no wonder editors continue to rank the Honda Accord as one of the most recommended cars of all time. It offers comfort and quality interior, which is what Miami drivers, are looking for in automobiles. It is an automotive icon that has, and will continue to, shape the way Miami drivers distinguish vehicles. See how a 2009 Accord can change your perception of a reputable car


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