For 40 years, the Honda Accord has been exceeding expectations and redefining sedan functionality on the Snellville roads. You can join the long legacy when you get into the driver's seat of the new Honda Accord, available at Carey Paul Honda.
Bookended by LED headlights and taillights, the powerful stance of the Honda Accord simply stands to highlight its bold profile and angular bodylines. Open the door, and drivers in Atlanta, Lawrenceville, and Duluth find themselves stepping into a refined interior.
Push Button Start lets you kick off your experience with the simple push of a button. Take control of your drive with all the controls you need built right into the steering wheel. Adjust volume, change the music, or answer a call simply with the flick of your finger. Steering wheel paddle shifters even allow you to give yourself a power boost as you pass on the highway.
Your passengers don't need to worry, you aren't the only one who gets all of the comfort and amenities. Your passengers can ride around Gwinnett County in available luxurious leather, and rear heated seats. The tunes will flow freely when you connect a smartphone with your 7-inch Display Audio touchscreen using Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.
While you enjoy the drive, your Honda Accord actively works to get you and your passengers safely to your destination. Honda Sensing safety technology keeps tabs on your vehicle's surroundings, and will warn you should you start drifting form your lane, keep a set cruise control following distance, and can help apply the brakes if a possible collision is detected.
We all know that the Honda Accord is a stellar car. But what are the differences between the Accord sedan and the Accord coupe? While some coupes and sedans may have major differences, the good news is that the Accord sedan and coupe are vastly similar. Bottom line: no matter which body style you choose, you're getting a great car.
In terms of performance, the Accord coupe and sedan are just about the same. Both come with a standard i-VTEC 4-cylinder engine with 6-speed automatic transmission that packs 185 horsepower and 181 pound-feet of torque. For additional power, both also offer an available 278 horsepower i-VTEC V-6 engine with 252 pound-feet of torque on higher trims. The only difference is that the Accord sedan also offers a 189 horsepower version of the 4-cylinder engine that the coupe does not.
The biggest differences between the Accord coupe and sedan are found in the interior space. While both offer seating for up to five passengers, the interior of the sedan offers almost eight cubic feet of extra passenger space. That's extra elbow room for your passengers.
The sedan also offers over two cubic feet of additional truck space. So go ahead and pack that extra duffle bag in the sedan. If you're regularly driving with passengers and cargo, the sedan is the way to go.
But while the sedan may have more space, the coupe is for the stylish. The two-door design of the Accord coupe makes for a seamless exterior with flowing lines and an aerodynamic shape. If sleek style is what's important to you as you shop for a new vehicle, the coupe should definitely be your Accord of choice.