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Great car to drive. Handles very well, good acceleration, very comfortable while ridding in car, no blind spots to speak of, easy access to all important features and switches, etc. Gas mileage is average, 18 - 20 mpg in town, and around 25 - 26 on the highway. Very well layed out gauge package.
Have thoroughly enjoyed owning and driving it. actually i,d give five stars throughout survey but nothings perfect
Great car, very fuel efficient, 21/31. I owned it for 2 years, all I did was putting a synthetic oil - that's it. My only complaint is transmission. Sometimes when I go down the hill, the transmission would be stuck on one gear and would have hard time switching to a different RPM's. Other than that, perfect car.
Redesigned for this year, the Honda Accord 2006 brings a new generation of improved fuel efficiency and control. The Honda Accord is one of the most well-rounded midsize family sedans. It receives high marks in a number of different factors, including comfort, performance, reliability and affordability.
The 2006 Honda Accord seats up to five people and is available in a several trim levels. The sedan comes in DX, EX and EX-L trim levels while the coupe comes in EX and EX-L trims. Each trim comes with its own features that focus on driver and passenger experiences.
Standard across all trims is a suite of convenience features, including front and rear cupholders, trunk release, and audio and cruise controls on the steering wheel. In-car entertainment includes AM/FM stereo, six speakers, and sensitive volume control.
Redesigned for the 2006 model year, the 2006 Honda Accord maintains its broad appeal by delivering excellent engine performance. With excellent handling, steering and fuel efficiency, the Honda Accord provides a satisfying driving experience. The 2006 Accord is a great blend of value and efficiency in a package that stands out from older versions.
Available in the 2006 Honda Accord is the 2.4L four-cylinder engine available with either a five-speed manual transmission or a five-speed automatic. A larger version of the same engine is available in the EX trim with an optional upgrade to a 3.0L V6 engine. The Honda Accord's impressive fuel economy makes this vehicle great for commuting and other daily uses.
The Honda Accord has always distinguished itself with interior quality that is superior to the competition. The vehicle is commonly classified as a midsize car with a comfortable interior and recognizable exterior. The 2006 edition hardly disappoints, and it's no surprise that Honda is a class leader in interior design trends.