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Making the Comparison with the 2014 Honda Accord

Safety and affordability are the two claims that have dominated the reputation of all Honda models. The 2014 Honda Accord continues along this line, providing American families with a dependable sedan or coupe that can be bought when the first child is born and last well through their high school graduation. When it comes to longevity and dependability, the Accord is truly a best-in-class sedan.

2014 Honda Accord Reviews

This year’s model received rave reviews and awards from industry publications. Car and Driver magazine recognized the 2014 Accord as one of the nations’ ten best cars. This is the 28th time, the Accord has earned this distinction. While it simply confirms the reputation already established by Honda, it goes to show how an Accord truly does deliver on important features like value, safety, and design. Car and Driver referenced, “Once again, the Accord became the standard by which the largest and most competitive class of passenger cars is judged.”

Top Features of the 2014 Honda Accord

The Accord received an overhaul in 2013 and the new features brought in high-tech touches like Bluetooth and backup cameras. Still, Honda continues to focus on improving things including: how many miles you can drive on a tank of gas and how safe you can keep your kids on their daily ride to school.

  • Up to 278 horsepower
  • Active noise control
  • Stabilizer bar
  • Power assisted brakes
  • 3-Point seatbelts for safety
  • Active head restraints
  • SmartVentTM air bags
  • Anchors for securing car seats
  • Lane departure warning
  • Keyless remote entry
  • Air conditioning
  • Bluetooth
  • Rear camera
  • Steering wheel controls

You can select far more options both in the way that the exterior of your Accord looks, what technology features are incorporated and how it functions on the open road. Honda is making room for customization and placing customers directly in the driver seat.

2014 AccordMinor Changes

This year’s version did not get a major redesign; instead, you are going to see minor improvements to the 2013 Accord. While not significant enough to trade in your year-old model, it is certainly worthwhile to do so if you are driving one that is a couple years (or more) older.

Some of the changes you can expect to see are upgraded seat fabric and a rear-view mirror with an improved auto-dimming feature. Since the Honda Accord already received a complete redesign last year, this model was made simply to complete what has already been done. However, if you did not enjoy the previous fabric options, this year’s changes could appeal to your liking.

The 2014 Honda Accord Delivers Quality and Value

When looking to purchase a sedan for your family, consider the Accord for its’ clear value and the quality of vehicle that you receive for it. With a price tag starting around $22,000, the 2014 Accord is priced affordably.