Not only does the new Accord Coupe look great on the outside, with its "stylish lines," but it has many desired features that the company can boast about. Many cars of this segment these days do not look as stylish as buyers would like them too, but this is not so when it comes to the 2012 Honda Accord Coupe. With this vehicle you can have style and functionality, along with the gas mileage and performance that you don't want to give up for that reason. Some of the best exterior features include 17-18 inch alloy wheels (depending on which model you choose), variable intermittent windshield wipers, heated side mirrors, chrome window trim and exhaust finisher, one-touch power moonroof with tilt, and an integrated rear window antenna. Just as important as the exterior of the vehicle is, of course, the interior.
The interior of the new Accord Coupe is considerably hi-tech compared to many vehicles in the same class. Of course it looks great too, but as we know, looks are not everything. Many of us want, and even need, in a vehicle the ability to perform many of our daily functions in it. This is likely why Honda made the new Accord Coupe with features such as Bluetooth capability, a satellite-linked navigation system with voice recognition, a dual-zone automatic climate control system, interface dialing with scrolling and multi-line display, and steering wheel mounted audio and cruise control that is illuminated in order for the driver to safely locate in the dark. And as far as looks go, you're talking sleek leather interior, with all the bells and whistles that make traveling easier, such as map lights, sunglasses holders, and a lockable glove compartment.
Often what it all comes down to buying a new vehicle, since so many are so much alike, are the safety features. Safety features vary more than any other type of features from vehicle to vehicle. As with vehicles of other types, the interior and exterior features of the 2012 Honda Accord Coupe are pretty standard across the board. But safety is something that Honda seems to do different. Some of the most unique safety features in the new Accord Coupe include 3-point seat belts, active head restraints, vehicle stability assist, electronic brake distribution, and side-impact door beams. Of course this vehicle also has the standard safety features as well, likely making it one of the safer vehicles to drive this upcoming year.
Overall the 2012 Honda Accord Coupe is a decent vehicle for the price. It has all the technology that contemporary buyers want, but if you are looking for a roomy vehicle that you plan travel with passengers on a regular basis, this vehicle may not be for you simply because it is a two-door vehicle. With the sleek sporty look and all of the extras, it is likely that you will see many of these in the upcoming year.