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Honda Accord [2011-2014]

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Discontinued
Last recorded price : 20.45 - 27.38 Lakhs
Honda has discontinued the Accord [2011-2014] and the car is out of production.

Honda Accord [2011-2014] Review

Remember the first Accord that was introduced to India? It had demure and uninspiring looks. The Accord that came in after that one has always been quite attractive. The large triangular headlamps make the front end look daunting but the heavy-looking behind is incongruous with the bold front. Still, the Accord is meant to attract eyes of all, be it an elderly person or an infant. It is bold and brash, a party frock that you will surely flaunt at the disco. ...read full review
Remember the first Accord that was introduced to India? It had demure and uninspiring looks. The Accord that came in after that one has always been quite attractive. The large triangular headlamps make the front end look daunting but the heavy-looking behind is incongruous with the bold front. Still, the Accord is meant to attract eyes of all, be it an elderly person or an infant. It is bold and brash, a party frock that you will surely flaunt at the disco.

Inside, it is a different story altogether. Once you seat yourself on that armchair of a seat that you get, you notice that it’s a welcoming, airy atmosphere that surrounds. Centre console is quite a cool looking element; the neatly laid-out dashboard has a soft, plush feel to it and the instrument binnacle is easy to read and comprehensive. There’re a lot of cubby holes which is surely a boon when going for a long distance drive, which you will since the Accord is more of a cruiser. The seats at front are big, wide and well-bolstered but offer little lumbar support while the rear pales in comparison to the Camry and Sonata owing to its low height and lack of under-thigh support.

There are two engines on offer and both are mighty impressive. The base 2.4-litre four-pot motor features variable everything and is bent towards providing good torque at lower revs to aid city driving and delivering better fuel efficiency numbers but has bucket loads of power at the top end to keep performance freaks happy. The V6 is for the purists. There are two transmissions to choose from for the 2.4-litre version: a 5-speed manual and a 5-speed automatic while the V6 has the auto tranny as standard. If offered, we will take the manual every time and not just because the manual is for enthusiasts, but because the automatic feels a tad slow to respond and does not go in sync with the car’s overall sporty instinct. For an engine this mad, the fuel efficiency is acceptable. With the manual, you should get close to 8.5kpl in the city and 12kpl when doing highway speeds. The automatic will return 7kpl and 11kpl in the city and on the highway respectively. The V6 however is dismal in the fuel efficiency department. We doubt you will get more than 7kmpl on an average with it, but then again, the nature of this engine makes you rev it to the limit of mechanical tolerances, so mileage ought to get affected, right?

The Accord is a car that can achieve speeds close to 200kmph with ease. The handling is really sublime and the ride quality over broken roads is soft and well-damped. The steering too is pretty quick for normal use. But as you bury the throttle and the needle reaches the mad side of the speedo, the steering starts to feel light and even vague. Not good.
 
Accord has been, since its launch, the best D-segment sedan in India. It is also one of the well priced ones, because honestly, the cars that can hold a candle to the Accord are the Camry and Sonata Embera. The former is too costly, the latter just not as good. The Accord has almost everything going for it: supermodel looks, elegant cabin, refinement, performance, dynamic ability, everything makes it a car to have, if you’ve got the money. The new, eighth-generation Accord is just out, but we think this seventh-gen model still looks far better!


Honda Accord [2011-2014] Colours

Honda Accord [2011-2014] is available/sold in the following colours in India.

  • Crystal Black Pearl
  • Taffeta White
  • Alabaster Silver
  • Urban Titanium Metallic
* Colours shown are indicative and may vary slightly from actual car colours.

Honda Accord [2011-2014] User Reviews

A Brilliant Car for the Indian Buyer...

for Honda Accord [2011-2014] on 13-Dec-2012 by Ansh_Behal

Exterior The looks from the outside are just simply elegant on this car. It's massive & makes the C-class, 3 series & A4 look like the short heighted rivals.   Interior...

by my side its a premium luxury car for me.

for Honda Accord [2011-2014] on 15-Jun-2012 by Nihal Singh

Exterior  The exteriors are good looking,.the design of the headlights and backlights are very good looking and dynamic.    Interior (Features, Space &...

Accord: best car with worst service

for Honda Accord [2011-2014] on 10-Jun-2012 by Rafath Ali

I have an accord 2.4 AT, I purchased it last year. Overall it's a great car, but for all those looking for after sales service, Honda sucks big time. Today my car battery broke down at...

Accord the eye catcher on road and sofa on wheels.

for Honda Accord [2011-2014] on 18-Oct-2011 by Dr Hamid

  Exterior Superb than any one of its compititors,all other feel envoy when Accord goes by them,even skoda,camry,mercedes,volkswagen,BMW, cannot beat at its stunning...

Good car but...

for Honda Accord [2011-2014] on 15-Jul-2011 by Sidharth Ram

Exterior I actually liked the 2.4 front grill compared to the 3.5. Otherwise the backside looks good. Camera for parking would have been nice.  Interior (Features, Space &...

Honda Accord [2011-2014] in News

2016 Honda Accord launch confirmed

2016 Honda Accord launch confirmed

The 2016 Honda Accord was unveiled back in July 2015. Now, sources at Honda India have confirmed the launch of the Honda Accord in the next fiscal year, and also...

17 Dec 2015 by CarWale Team | Read more

Honda officially stops sales of the Accord in Europe

Honda officially stops sales of the Accord in Europe

The Accord is one of Honda’s most popular models in the US; however, things are dramatically different in Europe where the model has just been dropped off the...

27 Jan 2015 by Sagar Bhanushali | Read more

Honda to discontinue Euro-spec Accord

Honda to discontinue Euro-spec Accord

Japanese carmaker Honda will discontinue the Euro-spec Accord by February 2015, said  Honda Australia Director Stephen Collins in an interview with an...

22 Oct 2014 by Selvin Jose | Read more

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