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2010 Honda Accord Trims

EX

Avg. Price: $15,990

The 2010 Honda Accord EX’s 2.4-liter, 190-hp engine, like in other trims, comes with a five-speed manual or automatic transmission. Buyers are treated to 17-inch alloys here, which hide antilock four-wheel disc brakes. Brake assist and an anti-skid system keep things civilized, along with traction control. A tire pressure monitor keeps the 225/50VR17 tires nice and firm.

The driver’s bucket has 8-way power along with lumbar adjustment, and a tilt/telescoping steering wheel provides further options for adjustment along with additional controls for the cruise and 6-CD/MP3 changer. Active noise control along with air conditioning and an interior air filter keep your ride as comfortable as possible, while heated power mirrors, windows, and door locks provide convenience. Remote keyless entry, daytime running lights, and automatic-off headlights do the thinking for you, and variable-intermittent front wipers and a rear defogger mean the view front and back will be clean and clear. A theft-deterrent system is standard, and for crash protection, dual front, front-side, and curtain-side airbags come in all Accord trims.

EX V6

Avg. Price: $16,706

The 2010 Honda Accord EX V6 motivates with a 3.5-liter V6 that utilizes cylinder deactivation in order to increase efficiency. All that power requires four-wheel antilock brakes that operate with the benefit of brake assist and an anti-skid system, while traction control will keep things from spinning when enthusiasm causes drivers to lean on their right foot too heavily. 17-inch alloys are wrapped in 225/50VR17 tires and are monitored by a tire pressure system. Dual front, front-side, and curtain-side airbags keep passengers safe.

Comfort and convenience come via air conditioning, a 6-CD/MP3 changer, heated power mirrors, and power windows and locks, and active noise control keeps the acoustics from the stereo at the forefront. The driver enjoys a tilt and telescoping steering wheel with radio controls, as well as an 8-way driver’s bucket with lumbar adjustment. Illumination and visibility come from daytime running and foglights, automatic headlights, intermittent front wipers, and a rear defogger. Remote keyless entry and a theft-deterrent system are also standard.

EX-L

Avg. Price: $16,784

The 2010 Honda Accord EX-L offers real luxury, with dual-zone automatic climate controls and leather upholstery wrapping the tilt/telescoping steering wheel as well as the heated front seats, the driver’s being an 8-way power bucket. A 2.4-liter, 190-hp engine is mated to a five-speed automatic. Safety comes via four-wheel antilock brakes with brake assist, traction control, an anti-skid system, and six airbags. The 6-CD/MP3 changer gains satellite radio, and the rearview becomes an automatically dimming unit with an integrated thermometer and compass. Automatic headlights mean you’ll never be caught in the dark, and intermittent front wipers and a rear defogger keep you prepared for any weather. Look to power mirrors, door locks, windows, and remote keyless entry for convenience and active noise control for comfort.

EX-L V6

Avg. Price: $17,470

Front passengers get treated to a 4-way power leather bucket to accompany the 8-way unit the driver gets in the 2010 Honda Accord EX-L V6. Dual-zone automatic climate controls keep everyone comfortable, along with the heated front seats, but the real upgrade here is the 3.5-liter V6 engine, mated to a five-speed automatic transmission. A satellite-ready 6-CD/MP3 changer provides entertainment, while power mirrors, windows, and door locks, along with remote keyless entry, all provide convenience. The rearview mirror dims automatically at night and has an integrated thermometer for outside temperature as well as a compass. A universal garage door opener appears here with the V6 as well. Safety features are abundant, with traction control, brake assist, an anti-skid system, tire pressure monitor, theft-deterrent system, four-wheel antilock brakes, and six airbags.

EX-L V6 w/ Nav

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Avg. Price: $17,498

EX-L w/ Nav

Avg. Price: $16,979

LX

Avg. Price: $14,451

The 2010 Honda Accord LX starts with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine with the buyer’s choice of a five-speed manual or automatic transmission. Antilock four-wheel disc brakes sit behind the 16-inch wheels and wheel covers and are aided by a brake assist and anti-skid system. The front bucket seats are covered in cloth, and the driver’s seat is height-adjustable. The steering wheel is a tilt/telescoping unit to help find the perfect driving position and includes controls for the cruise and CD/MP3 player. The rear seat folds down and includes a trunk pass-through and emergency inside trunklid release as a safety feature. Power mirrors, windows, and door locks are standard, as well as remote keyless entry. Daytime running lights and automatic-off headlights keep away guesswork, and variable-intermittent front wipers and a rear defogger keep the glass spotless. A center console provides some storage, and illuminated visor mirrors cater to vanity. Air conditioning and an interior air filter make sure windows never need opening.

Additional safety features include dual front, front-side, and curtain-side airbags, a tire pressure monitor, and traction control, as well as a theft-deterrent system.

LX-P

Avg. Price: $15,030

For those who can’t stand wheel covers, the 2010 Honda Accord LX-P comes with 16-inch alloys, the only upgrade over the LX trim other than an 8-way power driver’s seat. Powered by the 2.4-liter engine, buyer’s get a choice of a five-speed manual or automatic transmission. Cloth front bucket seats sit in front of folding rear units with a trunk pass-through and are split by a center console. In addition to power adjustability, the driver also benefits from a tilt/telescoping steering wheel that also houses controls for the CD/MP3 player. Illuminated visor mirrors allow you to make sure you have no food in your teeth after breakfast, lunch, or even a late dinner, and the headlights likewise have integrated daytime running lights and an automatic-off feature that covers you in all situations, as long as you remember to turn them on when it gets dark. Power windows, doors, and mirrors come standard, as well as remote keyless entry and a theft-deterrent system. Air conditioning keeps you cool, and variable-intermittent front wipers and a rear defogger make sure you can see regardless of the weather.

Safety features include traction control, four-wheel antilock brakes with brake assist and anti-skid, an emergency trunklid release, dual front, front-side, and curtain-side airbags, and a tire pressure monitor.