2017 Honda Accord Coupe
No new generation will be launched during 2017, but Honda Accord is going to get visible modifications and upgrade. Among others, we will see 2017 Honda Accord Coupe as a part of the lineup. A lot of changes are caused by needs of US customers. With exterior and interior updates, attention of all fans is guaranteed, and to provide best driving experience, there will be 200 hp rated engine. Safety is also improved, and now we are waiting to hear official release date and complete features list.
2017 Honda Accord Coupe engine
Coupe version of upcoming Accord is powered by 2.0-l drivetrain with direct injection system, which helps this unit to deliver more power. According to sources, 200 ponies lay under the hood of Coupe, which are distributed through eight-speed DCT transmission. It is also helped by more aerodynamic design and other elements helping 2017 Honda Accord Coupe to make best performance. Most of the world will get this unit as four-cylinder, but Japanese users could meet Accord Coupe with V6 powertrain.
2017 Honda Accord Coupe redesign
Japanese company is about to modernize their lineup for next year. As a part of it, 2017 Honda Accord Coupe should be a cornerstone of their efforts to be more attractive to buyers. A lot of lightweight materials will be used for body, and parts as lights, bumpers and hood could be redesigned. Although many changes are expected, this Coupe doesn’t bring new generation of the car. Inside, vehicle will be close to luxurious sedans with its equipment. Many controls will be installed on leather-wrapped steering wheel, and leather also covers seats. Room between passengers is spacious, and greater pleasure is gained with infotainment that has few speakers added to audio system, navigation and touch-screen display. There is a lot more on the new Coupe, and one of the highlights is magnificent air-conditioning system.
2017 Honda Accord Coupe price and competition
Release date of the 2017 Honda Accord Coupe is still unknown, but we are sure that car is going to cost around $35,000. That is expected since its competition is priced somewhere in that region, and to stay competitive, Accord Coupe must keep up in this area with Mazda 6, whose new model comes in 2017, Ford Fusion and few other cars from Japanese companies.