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2017 Honda Accord V6 Coupe Turns Heads for Muscle Car Enthusiasts

May 1, 2017

2017 Honda Accord V6 Coupe Turns Heads for Muscle Car Enthusiasts

Muscle cars have long been a massive part of American automotive history. Iconic vehicles like the Hemi and Charger have defined the American car experience, appearing in everything from music to movies. Keeping the tradition alive, many auto manufacturers are still developing muscle cars, providing drivers with new and exciting ways to stay active behind the wheel in a rapidly changing automotive landscape. With such a long and rich history behind the tradition, many manufacturers find themselves with no shortage of inspiration, which lends to an impressive variety of vehicles in development. Recently, many enthusiasts of the muscle car variety have been delighted by the development of the 2017 Honda Accord V6 Coupe, which many are describing as one of the most attractive modern muscle cars on the market. 

To begin, those who had the chance to test drive the vehicle were delighted in the way it handled. With a V6 engine and a six-speed manual transmission, the car is meant to provide drivers with ample amounts of power and comfort behind the wheel. Like a true muscle car, the thrum of the engine is definitely there, something that many drivers were looking forward to, not just on a muscle car level, but on a modern car one. Many owners feel as though the new trend in quieter vehicles takes away from a lot of the charm present in older vehicles.

The interior may be one of the weak points of the vehicle, but many fans are pleased with the relatively homely design. Though much of the surfacing and trim is simple, the spacious interior is highly efficient in its arrangement. The cockpit of the vehicle, in particular, is comfortable in its presentation, designed to provide drivers with plenty of space to handle the drive and enjoy their own personalization of the vehicle's space itself. The overall arrangement optimizes competence and personal arrangement, though some drivers may want to plan ahead for the interior surfacing with a few more customized touches for the best results.

Fans of the vehicle were also extremely pleased with the way it was priced. The average transaction price for the six-cylinder accord is roughly in the $28,000 range. It is also noteworthy for being relatively economic for a vehicle of its type. It can safely average 31 miles per gallon on the freeway and 26 mpg in regular city driving. As a result, it tops the list of priorities for many muscle car enthusiasts, as, at the end of the day, it is the powerful combination of affordability and reliability that makes the V6 Coupe an attractive muscle car option for all types of driving.

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