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rickando
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Asked by rickando May 06, 2007 at 08:47 PM about the 2007 Honda Accord EX-L V6

Question type: General

What is the official acceleration time from 0 to 60mph ?
What is the braking distance from 60mph to stop?
Why does Honda use SOHC in their V6 engines instead of the more advanced DOHC?
Thank you for your response.

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WheelerDealer
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Since Honda Accords aren't generally considered performance cars, those specs are harder to find than the same numbers for a Nissan or BMW, rickando. The Auto Channel estimates the 0 to 60 time at 6.5 seconds, but Consumer Guide Automotive says 7.0 seconds. I can't find stopping-distance specs anywhere. Honda does make some DOHC V6s, but they put them in more performance-oriented models, such as the Acura NSX, the Honda Prelude, and the Honda Del Sol. Hope that helps!

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Anonymous
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lol, honda didnt put V6's into the del sols or the preludes. only in accords and nsx's, which are two totally different engines. they also put V6's into a few Acuras too.

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