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The All-New Honda Euro-Accord
 Date: February 11, 2008 04:48
 Submitted by:  danielgr
 Source: Honda World PR
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February 11, 2008– Honda announced the all-new Accord for Europe. Aimed squarely at challenging established premium contenders in the D-segment, Honda’s all-new Accord saloon and Tourer offer sporty styling, greater refinement and a unique package of safety systems, together with excellent dynamic capabilities. Strong environmental credentials in the form of an all Euro 5 emissions compliant engine line-up further emphasize Honda’s intent with the the all-new Accord.

Significantly wider and slightly lower, the styling adopts a more emotional, sporty motif. The ‘sharp-edged’ design, with pronounced muscular wheelarches that emphasize the car’s wider track, gives the Accord a distinctive, strong stance with a solid, planted feel. The distinctive nose and more flowing lines deliver a tauter and more athletic shape.

The evolution from the previous generation Accord is even more pronounced in the case of the Tourer, where a greater emphasis on load carrying practicality has evolved into a more dynamic expression of its advanced technology, while still retaining a strong degree of versatility and practicality.

Three advanced new engines with some of the lowest emissions in their segment
The new range is one of the first to offer a complete engine line-up that will comply with the forthcoming Euro 5 emissions regulations which aren’t due to be introduced until September 2009. The exceptional environmental credentials haven’t been achieved at the cost of driving enjoyment, however, and greater frugality is matched by greater performance and flexibility.

Making its debut is Honda’s second-generation diesel engine which builds on the outstanding qualities of the award-winning i-CTDi unit to raise the bar in the diesel stakes once again. Its advanced technology and overall capabilities place it firmly at the forefront of diesel development and underpins the Accord’s claim to offer one of the strongest combinations of dynamic performance and environmental responsibility in the marketplace.

Like its predecessor, the new i-DTEC engine is compact, lightweight, refined and quiet in operation. It employs the latest piezoelectric multi-stage fuel injection technology, more efficient exhaust gas recirculation and a particulate filter for significantly reduced emissions. At the same time both power and torque levels have been increased for a sportier driving experience. Output is 10 PS greater at 150 PS/110 kW at the same 4,000 rpm, while peak torque is now 350 Nm at 2,000 rpm.

The 2.0-liter i-VTEC offers similar levels of performance to its predecessor – 156 PS at 6,300 rpm – but builds on its class leading fuel economy. Key technological changes include increased diameter intake valves, further optimized valve lift and timing and increased inlet and exhaust air flow volumes.

The 2.4-liter engine is more powerful, delivering 200 PS at 7000 rpm and peak torque of 233 Nm at 4500 rpm – up from 190 PS and 223 Nm. Behind the figures are a compression ratio increased from 10.5 to 11.0:1, larger diameter valves, revised valve timing, and reduced exhaust system pressures.

6-speed manual/5-speed automatic
All three engines are matched to a 6-speed manual transmission, while both petrol engines have the option of a 5-speed automatic. NOTE: While omitted from this version of the press release, the British Honda press release adds the following: "An automatic gearbox for the i-DTEC engine will be launched in early 2009."

Manual models feature a ‘Shift Indicator Light’ or SIL which appears in the center of the rev counter. ‘UP’ or ‘DOWN’ are displayed to advise the driver of the optimum point (in terms of best fuel economy) at which to change gear; Honda tests have demonstrated fuel savings of as much as 5 per cent simply by following these commands.

The 5-speed automatic transmission now has a straight ‘P R N D S’ gate: using the steering wheel paddles in S mode provides a sequential shift mode, allowing manual shifting and gear hold.

Agile, secure handling
Enthusiastic drivers will also appreciate the new Accord’s greater agility. A lowered center of gravity, a wider track and the all-new front double wishbone and rear multilink suspension with variable rate dampers, plus greater body rigidity mean that the Accord more readily reacts to driver input. Handling is more responsive and confidence-inspiring and body roll is much reduced.

Speed sensitive electric power steering is standard on all models and the new axial system features a high output, low inertia brushless motor which provides excellent steering feel at higher speeds for a sense of stability and confidence. A quicker steering ratio has also been adopted in keeping with the Accord’s more agile chassis characteristics.

A comprehensive safety package
Complementing an armory of passive safety features is an outstanding array of dynamic systems delivering even greater security. Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) is standard across the range and is designed to assist the driver in maintaining control during cornering, acceleration and sudden manoeuvres by applying braking to the right or left hand wheels as necessary and modulating the engine torque output as required.

Motion Adaptive Electric Power Steering (EPS)
The new Accord also features an innovative system in which the capabilities of both VSA and the car’s Electric Power Steering are brought to bear. Called Motion Adaptive EPS, it detects instability in slippery conditions both during cornering and under braking and automatically initiates steering inputs aimed at prompting the driver to steer in the correct direction.

The input is barely noticeable and control of the steering remains with the driver at all times. But this supporting steering torque is enough to prompt the driver to act intuitively and the driver’s reaction as a result is enough to regain stability or to shorten braking distances, allowing control to be maintained.

Advanced Driving Assist System (ADAS) optional across the range
Optionally available on Executive grade on 2.2 i-DTEC and 2.4 i-VTEC is Honda’s Advanced Driving Assist System (ADAS), a suite of three ground-breaking technologies that raise safety to a new level. The first of these is the Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS) which uses a camera to detect the car deviating from a traffic lane and provides steering torque when necessary, thereby reducing the burden of motorway driving while at the same time enhancing safety.

Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) uses a millimetre-wave radar to maintain a consistent distance to a vehicle directly in front, for more relaxed, less tiring driving.

The third ADAS system is the Collision Mitigation Brake System (CMBS) which monitors the following distance and closing rate between the Accord and the car directly in front of it, warning the driver when a collision is likely and helping reduce impact when a collision becomes unavoidable.

These systems complement the Accord’s passive safety features which include front seatbelt pre-tensioners and load limiters, dual stage front airbags, driver and front passenger side airbags, full length curtain airbags and ISOFIX fittings and tether anchor points for secure childseat fixture on all models. There are also front seat active headrests which are triggered when the occupant is pushed into the seat in the event of a rear impact, so causing a rigid plate to activate a link to the headrest which pushes it forward to support the head.

Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) Body Structure
Progressively introduced throughout the Honda range, the Accord’s Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) Body Structure provides significantly enhanced occupant protection in a variety of real-world crash conditions.

A front-mounted polygonal main frame is designed to prevent cabin deformation by distributing forces through multiple major load bearing pathways – and away from the passenger compartment. This is particularly important where a frontal collision occurs between vehicles of differing heights, weights or frame construction.

To achieve top level, side impact safety, Honda's engineers have increased the side section of the frame and chosen different material specifications to provide the desired level of stiffness and strength for critical areas, without adding unnecessary weight.

The new Accord also incorporates many of the pedestrian-protection design features already familiar from recent Honda models, including windscreen wiper pivots designed to break away on impact, energy absorbing front wing mounts and bonnet hinges alongside an unobstructed area beneath the bonnet allowing greater space for deformation.

Premium interior with carefully selected materials and outstanding fit and finish
The sporty feel of the cockpit is reflected in a fascia design characterised by a strong feeling of personal space for both the driver and front passenger. Distinctive silver trim sweeps inwards across the fascia from either side before continuing down into the center console. Stylish and highly supportive front seats have larger bolsters while a new internal structure is designed to reduce any transmission of vibration.

Black with silver trim, the sporty three spoke steering wheel holds a complete suite of controls – including audio, cruise control and mobile telephone control. It is fully adjustable for reach and rake, with an extra 10 degrees of tilt adjustment compared to the previous Accord.

The new Accord features ‘floating’ backlit instruments and contained within the center of the speedometer face is an LCD multi-information display showing a variety of information – controls positioned on the steering wheel allow the driver to cycle the display through multiple screens of information.

A new feature is a service reminder that presents the driver with either the distance or days remaining to a required service, with an enlarged warning symbol appearing when the due date is imminent.

Storage space includes two center console side pockets; a lidded storage area to side of the steering wheel; large front door pockets able to hold bottles and maps; bottle holders in the rear door panels, and a large center console box. Rather than a fold-down pocket design, the large glovebox now has an independent lid and is subdivided with a tissue box compartment as well as space secured for a manual. The lid of the center console box doubles up as an armrest and is slide-adjustable by 89 mm. Two cupholders are provided in the center console, while rear seat passengers have access to a further two contained in the center armrest, revealed when it is folded down.












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Nick GravesX
02-12-2008 11:39
Re: i guess we're not gettin the K23 n SH AWD :(   (Score: 1, Normal)
Wizard
02-12-2008 14:48
Re: i guess we're not gettin the K23 n SH AWD :(   (Score: 1, Normal)
boomer
02-12-2008 16:33
a little insite as to where honda is aiming   (Score: 1, Normal)
chazcra
02-12-2008 16:40
Re: a little insite as to where honda is aiming   (Score: 1, Normal)
CarPhreakD
02-13-2008 01:40
Re: a little insite as to where honda is aiming   (Score: 1, Normal)
Power Of Dreams
02-13-2008 07:04
Re: a little insite as to where honda is aiming   (Score: 1, Normal)
Nick GravesX
02-11-2008 08:09
Looks pretty good especially the interior, ofcourse i am slightly drunk   (Score: 1, Normal)
VinceThe1
02-11-2008 08:42
Re: Looks pretty good especially the interior, ofcourse i am slightly drunk   (Score: 1, Normal)
HONDA AFVM
02-11-2008 11:25
Re: Looks pretty good especially the interior, ofcourse i am slightly drunk   (Score: 1, Normal)
VinceThe1
02-11-2008 11:54
Re: Looks pretty good especially the interior, ofcourse i am slightly drunk   (Score: 1, Normal)
98EX4cyl
02-11-2008 20:59
Re: Looks pretty good especially the interior, ofcourse i am slightly drunk   (Score: 1, Normal)
HONDA AFVM
02-11-2008 11:54
Re: Looks pretty good especially the interior, ofcourse i am slightly drunk   (Score: 1, Normal)
siegen
02-12-2008 00:42
Re: Looks pretty good especially the interior, ofcourse i am slightly drunk   (Score: 1, Normal)
VinceThe1
02-12-2008 02:37
Re: Looks pretty good especially the interior, ofcourse i am slightly drunk   (Score: 1, Normal)
jlin583
02-12-2008 06:26
Re: Looks pretty good especially the interior, ofcourse i am slightly drunk   (Score: 1, Normal)
VinceThe1
02-12-2008 23:56
Re: Looks pretty good especially the interior, ofcourse i am slightly drunk   (Score: 1, Normal)
klui_188
02-13-2008 01:42
Re: Looks pretty good especially the interior, ofcourse i am slightly drunk   (Score: 1, Normal)
Power Of Dreams
02-12-2008 22:05
Outstanding!   (Score: 1, Normal)
jsmd
02-12-2008 22:44
Re: Outstanding!   (Score: 1, Normal)
Texas
02-12-2008 23:24
Re: Outstanding!   (Score: 1, Normal)
AK
02-12-2008 23:39
Re: Outstanding!   (Score: 1, Normal)
arrow15
02-12-2008 16:54
nicer than Amero Accord   (Score: 1, Normal)
Imagineer
02-12-2008 13:24
2 liter diesel?   (Score: 1, Normal)
JimmyEats
02-12-2008 13:36
Re: 2 liter diesel? -> 2.2L   (Score: 1, Normal)
danielgr
02-12-2008 14:38
Re: 2 liter diesel? -> 2.2L   (Score: 1, Normal)
Nick GravesX
02-12-2008 01:16
LHD Interior vs RHD Interior   (Score: 1, Normal)
klui_188
02-12-2008 04:12
Re: LHD Interior vs RHD Interior   (Score: 1, Normal)
danielgr
02-12-2008 08:12
Re: LHD Interior vs RHD Interior   (Score: 1, Normal)
klui_188
02-11-2008 07:51
Tourer is the one!   (Score: 1, Normal)
Artemio
02-11-2008 21:54
Re: Tourer is the one!   (Score: 1, Normal)
Sonny
02-12-2008 07:46
Re: Tourer is the one!   (Score: 1, Normal)
99SI
02-11-2008 22:07
Where is the extra performance?   (Score: 1, Normal)
KC88
02-11-2008 22:43
Re: Where is the extra performance?   (Score: 1, Normal)
AK
02-12-2008 04:03
Re: Where is the extra performance?   (Score: 1, Normal)
danielgr
02-12-2008 04:08
Re: Where is the extra performance?   (Score: 1, Normal)
Colin
02-12-2008 00:56
Any other detail technical specifications??   (Score: 1, Normal)
autofan
02-12-2008 04:07
Re: Any other detail technical specifications??   (Score: 1, Normal)
danielgr
02-11-2008 23:36
what weight?   (Score: 1, Normal)
s2ktaxi
02-12-2008 00:45
Re: what weight?   (Score: 1, Normal)
klui_188
02-12-2008 04:04
Re: what weight?   (Score: 1, Normal)
Colin
02-12-2008 00:58
I will be the one who loves you....the most!   (Score: 1, Normal)
Powered by Honda
02-11-2008 21:35
Options   (Score: 1, Normal)
AK
02-11-2008 23:40
Re: Options   (Score: 1, Normal)
arrow15
02-11-2008 07:52
Evolution   (Score: 1, Normal)
99SI
02-11-2008 08:34
Re: Evolution   (Score: 1, Normal)
Steve
02-11-2008 08:40
Re: Evolution   (Score: 1, Normal)
HONDA AFVM
02-11-2008 08:49
Re: Evolution   (Score: 1, Normal)
Texas
02-11-2008 12:53
Re: Evolution   (Score: 1, Normal)
Jayman
02-11-2008 22:31
Re: Evolution   (Score: 1, Normal)
klui_188
02-11-2008 21:14
wagon is stunning   (Score: 1, Normal)
tomek
02-11-2008 08:52
Im am very disapointet   (Score: 1, Normal)
Terencemunro
02-11-2008 21:11
Re: Im am very disapointet   (Score: 1, Normal)
blackstripe77
02-11-2008 20:58
OK now pay attention AHM...   (Score: 1, Normal)
tnkgrl
02-11-2008 18:41
HUGE wheel well gaps   (Score: 1, Normal)
LQH
02-11-2008 19:55
Re: HUGE wheel well gaps   (Score: 1, Normal)
Pawww
02-11-2008 08:48
Buttons   (Score: 1, Normal)
BalIermd
02-11-2008 10:02
Re: Buttons   (Score: 1, Normal)
danielgr
02-11-2008 10:22
Re: Buttons   (Score: 1, Normal)
Powered by Honda
02-11-2008 10:29
Re: Buttons   (Score: 1, Normal)
BalIermd
02-11-2008 11:36
Re: Buttons   (Score: 1, Normal)
jheighto
02-11-2008 15:47
Re: Buttons   (Score: 1, Normal)
VTECaddict
02-11-2008 17:31
Re: Buttons   (Score: 1, Normal)
ml
02-11-2008 17:53
Re: Buttons   (Score: 1, Normal)
TurkMan71
02-11-2008 12:54
Why Can't Our TSX Look Like That?!?   (Score: 1, Normal)
sarahvtec
02-11-2008 13:11
Re: Why Can't Our TSX Look Like That?!?   (Score: 1, Normal)
Powered by Honda
02-11-2008 13:36
Re: Why Can't Our TSX Look Like That?!?   (Score: 1, Normal)
BalIermd
02-11-2008 14:32
Re: Why Can't Our TSX Look Like That?!?   (Score: 1, Normal)
CarPhreakD
02-11-2008 14:49
Re: Why Can't Our TSX Look Like That?!?   (Score: 1, Normal)
giancarlo51
02-11-2008 15:55
Re: Why Can't Our TSX Look Like That?!?   (Score: 1, Normal)
Fuya-Jo
02-11-2008 16:03
Re: Why Can't Our TSX Look Like That?!?   (Score: 1, Normal)
05accordCoupe
02-11-2008 14:57
Re: Why Can't Our TSX Look Like That?!?   (Score: 1, Normal)
arrow15
02-11-2008 10:28
Well done   (Score: 1, Normal)
6SPDTL
02-11-2008 09:05
Daaaaaaaaaaamn....   (Score: 1, Normal)
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