Honda Accord Denver Winter Driving | Kuni Honda
Information about the Honda Accord Denver
Honda Accord Denver Winter Driving | Kuni Honda
Honda Accord Denver Winter Driving has become stress free with the new 2014 Honda Accord model. When traveling this winter drivers want to feel safe and as if they can handle any situation with ease, nobody wants to “white knuckle” their steering wheel while venturing out to the relatives or even the grocery store. It’s safe to say that this year you won’t have to with the number of safety features that come standard and then the additional features that come with each upgrade.
Honda Accord Denver Trim Options
The Honda Accord Denver trim options are truly something to see. While some sedans are considered to be the best, none come close to the Honda Denver Accord with its new trim options that not only make any driver look stylish and sophisticated that even will make those family members jealous as you pull into the driveway. In the past Honda Accord’s where not known for its luxurious trim options however that all changed last year quite abruptly when they offered connectivity and safety features in a number of models not just the “top-of-the-line” models which means that now every budget can get what they want and what they need to keep their family safe this winter driving season.
Honda Accord Denver Safety
There are so many safety features that ensure a safe and comfortable ride while on the road this winter. Honda Accord is known for providing safety for their drivers and passengers. They have now taken the next step in safety by integrating safety features that help protect passengers in the vehicle surrounding you and the pedestrians that cross your path. These safety features are rare to find in other affordable models. The Denver Accord has been one of the few new ‘IIHS Top Safety Pick+’ vehicles, and with that achieves a top five-star overall score from the federal government. How is this possible? It’s possible in most new models with the Vehicle Stability Assist with traction control that works together to retain steering control by detecting and correcting when there is oversteer or understeer. It is essential to have a feature like this in Denver when driving during the winter months when we suddenly get snow that we were not expecting. Also included on other models are the forward collision Warning, Lane Departure Warning and LaneWatch blind spot display. Forward Collision Warning is a system that uses both camera and radar sensors ahead. The cool part of the forward collision warning this that detects the vehicle ahead and the speeds between the vehicles or objects in the road, so that car that looks like it is moving but is stopped in the middle of the road is no longer as much of a threat with this warning system since it alerts you before it’s too late. The Lane Departure Warning will also come in handy this winter when the snow is so thick we can barely see out the passenger window. Other features such as the Multi-Information Display screen that provides a wide view of the passenger side of the vehicle the moment the turn signal is turn on, unbelievable that now we don’t even need to check our blind spot we can just glance down at the screen to see if there is a vehicle there.
Honda Accord Denver Comfort
With the redesign of last year’s models the Denver Honda Accord managed to pack a little more comfort and space for its passengers, making those winter driving road trips a bit more comfortable. While the new Accord is actually shorter than the previous Accords, they are roomier than the past. This is made possible with the rear legroom by increasing the space by about an inch and the shoulder room for both front and back passengers has improved as well. The trunk space has improved as well with it not only being larger than in the past but now the cargo floor is now flat. With a larger trunk this year we can pack in just a few more items for those weekend getaways or extra groceries for when the family comes into town.
Honda Accord Denver Engine
The Denver Accord powertrain offerings are now across the board more modern and fuel efficient then it was just a few years ago. The base four-cylinder engine, the Accord has direct injection technology when you can then choose from a six-speed manual or continuously variable automatic transmission. Most four-cylinder Accords make 185 horsepower, while the Sport model makes 189hp. For some get up and go the V6, which makes 278hp, is offered across the line on all Accord models in Denver. Some may still have a concern with gas efficiency however all Accords engines take unleaded gas and the fuel economy ratings range up to 27mpg city, 36 highway with the four-cylinder engine. And the V6 gets up to 21mpg in the city and 34 highway. No matter what engine size you choose you’ll save some money on gas and still have all the luxuries of the Denver Accord.