Five Awesome Features of the 2017 Honda Accord

The Honda Accord has been one of America’s most respected, highest rated sedans for years. Not only has it proven to be one of the most dependable, family-friendly vehicles on the market, the 2017 model has received rave reviews for its dependability, low ownership cost and overall resale value, not to mention one of the best fuel economies in its class.

Being asked to name just five of the countless amazing features of the new and (always) improved Honda Accord is a real challenge, as the list could go on and on; but here are five of our favorite features of the 2017 Honda Accord Sedan:

  1. Heated Rear Seats (Standard on Touring)

We all know how chilly those fall and winter mornings in Seattle can be, and while you may already have heated driver and front passenger seats, most vehicles don’t offer backseat passengers the same luxury. With the 2017 Honda Accord, outboard rear seat passengers can now enjoy the same luxurious heated seats as front seat passengers, with two different levels of heat to choose from.

  1. A Different (and Better) Point of View

Most new cars these days come with a rearview camera, but only the new Honda Accord has a multi-angle backup camera with three unique viewing options – normal, wide and top-down. It also boasts LaneWatch™ technology, which includes an additional camera that displays live video feed of the right hand lane each time you turn on your right turn signal, making it the perfect assistant to keep an eye on your blind spot or when going around tight turns.

  1. Remote Engine Start

2017-accord-sedan-lx-int-smart-entry-remote-engine-start-1400-1xWhether it’s a frigid winter morning or a hot summer afternoon, wouldn’t you love to be able to start your car from inside your house, office, the grocery store or anywhere else and have the engine start running while your cabin is precooled or preheated to your exact comfort specifications?

With the Remote Engine Start technology – which comes standard on EX with CVT, EX-L, EX-L V-6 and Touring trims/models – you can do just that without ever even opening the door … does it get any better?

  1. Smart Key with Push Button Start

Thanks to the Push Button Start feature, all the power you need to start this top-rated vehicle is at your fingertips. Feel free to leave the key fob in your purse or pockets, and simply push the button to start or turn off your vehicle with ease.

  1. A 6-Speed Manual Transmission

Car enthusiasts who prefer to row through the gears are finding fewer and fewer options for a stick shift these days. Fortunately, the 2017 Accord Sedan has you covered with a 6-speed manual transmission, which comes standard in the LX, Sport, Sport Special Edition and EX trims/models.

If stick shifts aren’t your thing, don’t worry – the EX-L V-6 trim option features a 6-speed Automatic Transmission with Sport Mode, so there’s truly an option for everyone.

Come Check out These Awesome Features for Yourself

Reading about all the wonderful features the 2017 Honda Accord offers is great, but there’s no better way to get a feel for them than to come check them out for yourself. The friendly, knowledgeable representatives at Honda of Seattle are always standing by, ready to answer all your questions and take you for a test drive in the new or used Honda of your choice.

The 2017 Honda Accord Is Available in Seven Different Trim Options:

  • LX
  • Sport
  • Sport Special Edition
  • EX
  • EX-L
  • EX-L V6
  • Touring

 Prices range from $22,355 to $34,830. Stop by your Seattle Honda Dealer today or contact us to get started!

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