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2011 Honda Accord Review and Prices

About 2011 Honda Accord

The Honda Accord vehicle lineup is truly committed to offering a complete package of vehicles that would meet the needs of modern drivers without having to drill a hole in the consumers’ pockets. But the 2011 Honda Accord is taking a different route, albeit a more practical one by delivering a vehicle model that is suited for daily transportation with its no-nonsense approach to designing.

As you would normally expect from a midsized car within an affordable price range, most would expect a less rewarding driving experience. But the Accord is even comparable to sports pedigree models while it follows the blueprint of family four-door vehicles. So, let’s take a look into the complete set of features available here.

Style-wise, the 2011 Honda Accord does not offer dramatic changes. They have opted not to tinker with the critical dimensions, but there are extensive alterations as compared to the coupe model. Honda is also looking to incorporate a smoother skin for this vehicle model to deliver the same swept-back look of the coupe model.

Styling is not the only one that manufacturers at Honda do not plan on messing with since they have carefully chosen the four- and six-cylinder engines incorporated for this vehicle, while also sticking with its use of a four-wheel drive formula. They have also made sure to develop a slightly lighter model to save on fuel consumption and deliver quality performance.

Pro’s of 2011 Honda Accord

*The front-wheel drive formula available here ensures maximum power and fuel economy for this vehicle model.

*The styling is superb.

*This is the largest out of all midsized cars in the market, making sure there is enough seating room capacity.

*There is a good mix of standard and innovative features to make your riding experience comfortable.

*2011 Honda accords  offers great value for your money, especially with affordable pricing.

Con’s of 2011 Honda Accord

*The lack of significant features and enhancements would find it difficult to differentiate it from earlier models and therefore rationalize buying this new vehicle model.

Pricing Details

If the previous pricing range for the Accord models were to be based on, it can be concluded that the pricing for the 2011 Honda Accord is really competitive. However you look at it, this model is certainly of unparalleled value – you can enjoy quality materials, superior engineering, rewarding driving experience, and spacios design.

Prices are estimated to range from as low as $22,000 to as high as $32,000. The four-cylinder 2011 Honda Accord models begin at a price range of $22,000 but those with upgrades such as sunroof, leather seats, navigation system and other upgrades can go up to $29,000.

The Bottom Line

If you are planning to buy the 2010 model, experts suggest you wait until the 2011 Honda Accord comes out. Despite the lack of drastic mechanical changes, it delivers a fresh styling approach that will eventually lead to a full redesign. For this, the 2011 model has been able to redeem itself, especially for buyers with a modern taste for style.

  1. July 5th, 2010 at 21:53 | #1

    Better aerodynamics design, improved engine friction and redesigned transmission gear ratios has raised the EPA for 2011 Honda Accord 4-cylinder sedans ( automatic transmission) by 2 mpg to 23 in the city and by 3 mpg to 34 on the highway. This could be another reason to buy Honda Accord

  2. Andre Pilon
    July 8th, 2010 at 11:10 | #2

    Greetings. I presently enjoy V6 Honda 4door Accord 07 and I plan to buy the 2011 model. My concern is with the V6 motor the pistons of which I understand are programmed to function according to power demand. Would that not represent a mid term risk of malfunctionning? Thank You A.Pilon

  3. G T Jones
    July 26th, 2010 at 08:16 | #3

    I have a 2008 V6 Accord, thoroughly pleased and will probably trade for a 2011 model. I question the reasoning for not offering “Onstar” on these vehicles. I think it is a safety feature too inexpensive to not have included. They do include it on the Acura, why not the Honda?

  4. David Saltzman
    August 16th, 2010 at 06:10 | #4

    To Andre Pilon: I have been driving a 2008 with the 6-cylinder VCM engine and when I leased it, I shared the same concern you expressed. In my experience, the engine has performed flawlessly – and unobtrusively. I hope this helps.

  5. Iwan
    September 21st, 2010 at 16:12 | #5

    2011 Accord is very beautiful car & very big too but still very fuel efficient for that size. I will buy 2011 accord as soon as the the car availabe in Honda dealer. 20 years old honda still running on the road today.

  6. bob
    December 17th, 2010 at 13:50 | #6

    @Lisa
    i have 2010 honda accord with 4000 mile. I am getting 9 MPG. how is that? No response from amrican honda. what can I do?