The exterior features are an important factor when it comes to determining the value of a vehicle, and they also set the stage for what is to be expected in the inside. It all begins with those features that make the 2012 Accord Sedan fun to drive, such as the moonroof with one-touch power and a tilt feature, alloy 16-17 inch wheels, Variable Gear Ratio power-assisted rack-and-pinion steering, and vehicle stability assist with traction control. But some of the exterior features are for just plain looks, and these are the features that make the 2012 Honda Accord Sedan one of the more stylish mid-size sedans on the market these days. Although some of these features characterized last year's model; they are no less sought after than they were in 2011. Such features include impact-absorbing, body-colored bumpers, chrome exhaust and window trim, body-colored door handles and power side mirrors, and stylish hood struts. Although the 2012 Accord Sedan is stylish for its class, individuals looking for something really stylish may better find what they are looking for in a sportier vehicle. When it comes to safety, which is also extremely important to many buyers, Honda's newest Accord Sedan is top-of-the-line.
The safety features that come with the Accord Sedan make it one of the safer cars in its class to buy this year. Some of the best safety features include 3-point seat belts in all seats, multiple airbags including side curtain airbags, dual-stage, multiple threshold airbags in the front, and dual-chamber airbags on the front sides, and an anti-lock braking system with electronic brake distribution and brake assist. In addition, the 2012 Accord Sedan also features vehicle stability assist with a traction control system, head restraints for the front passenger and driver, advanced compatibility engineering, and side-impact door beams. And on top of being safe, buyers of this mid-size sedan also have the opportunity to enjoy some considerably modern conveniences, if that is what a particular buyer is into.
Vehicle comfortability may not be that important to individuals who use their vehicle mainly for the purpose of city driving, but for those that travel often and far, comfort is significantly more important. For those individuals, the 2012 Honda Accord Sedan could be an unrivalled buy, as it has many features designed that address that aspect. Features such as a dual-zone automatic climate control system, satellite-linked navigation system with a rearview camera and voice recognition capabilities, Bluetooth capabilities, heated front seats, and 8-10 way power adjustable driver seating not only make the 2012 Accord Sedan comfortable to drive but fun as well.
And even passengers can be exceptionally comfortable with 4-way adjustable seating, a backseat, center armrest, front and rear beverage holders, and over 37 inches of legroom. There seems as if there are few things lacking as far as comfort goes, but while Honda was putting everything into the new Accord Sedan they may have been better off going all the way and not leaving certain things out, such as rear heated seats rather than just putting them in the front, more options for adjustable seating in the front passenger seat, and rear audio controls, just to name a few. But all-in-all the 2012 Honda Accord Sedan seems to be a pretty good vehicle, especially for its price, and it does contain quite a few of the most important features that buyers look for in a new vehicle.
Although the 2012 Honda Accord Sedan may not look as good as the Coupe, and although it may not have absolutely everything, it seems to be about as close to a luxury vehicle that a vehicle in its class can get. If what you are looking for is a family car, then this car has the options, the room, and the safety features.