Background information, features, pricing, and specifications for the 2006 Honda Accord mid-size sedan, often considered the top choice for reliable transportation.
First introduced in 1976 as a mid-size, economical family sedan, the Honda Accord continues to be a top choice for reliable transportation. Like most of its competitors, the Accord has grown in size throughout the years to accommodate growing families.
For 2006, minor changes include a redesigned instrument panel and improved 4-cylinder and V6 engines. All engines benefit from Honda's variable valve timing system (VTEC) and can be had with either a 5-speed overdrive automatic, a 5-speed manual, or a new 6-speed, close-ration manual transmissions. Four trim levels are available, including: Value, LX, and Ex. The fourth option is a Hybrid version with a very efficient and powerful V6 engine. The Hybrid has an EPA-rating of 29-MPG in the city and 37-MPG in the highway.
Base MSRP for the 2006 Honda Accord Value Package start at $18,225 to $30,140 for the Hybrid.
To learn more about the 2006 Honda Accord sedan, log-on to www.automobiles.honda.com or www.autos.msn.com.
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