Interesting, who universally lauded the Sport with a manual transmission not only among Accord models but among midsize four door sedans? :dunno:While this question will draw subjective responses.. I believe Sport 6MT has been universally lauded as the most valued trim and to large extent, value-vehicle/model of the class :thumbsup:
I think that you can adjust how Trip A or Trip B resets milage on the speedometer cluster. That's the only place in the manual it mentions either average speed or elapsed time. I think one of each is on one of the cluster displays which are selected by pushing the little dial. Don't push it in too long or it will reset your milage.Not to go off topic, but where in the MID does it show average speed or the elapsed time? :dunno:
Do I have to do something else besides push the little dial on the cluster?
The link that flyboy posted shows that all trims have that and I have never seen it on ours. We have an ex-l if that matters
LX coupe(or sedan.whatevers available) CVT I4(or MT) with the upgraded cloth for '14 for 20k driveout! All it needs is aftermarket wheels once the stockies get rashed up or just opt for the HFP and its wheels. We got end of November and End of December to get it done!If you want a nicely equipped basic car then the LX is a good choice in either sedan or coupe and it's the least expensive Accord.
Really; good gas milage compared to what. The V6 with the automatic does very well on the highway. My I4 CVT in mixed city and some highway driving delivers a little over 30 mpg. The computer shows a little more. The added power on the V6 costs milage. Be aware that the V6 with the manual transmission doesn't have the cylinder deactivation function.Don't be afraid of the v6 models. They get really good gas mileage and I love the added power. I had a 2010 ex-l and had I bought a v6 then I probably would have never gotten rid of it. I love the v6 in my coupe.
If you are interested in a four door sedan, there's no such thing as a four door coupe except in German cars, then Jay makes some sense about the sport. It does cost $1,760 more than the LX and only you can determine if it's worth the extra money.If you were going to get the LX, step up to the Sport. If you ever want to sell it you will have no issues and it gets you some good stuff for very little $$$.
agreed! great value. I have a V6 Coupe, but if $$ were an issue I would have selected a Sport Edition. Sharp car with Leather, 18" wheels and dual exhaust. However, the show stopper for many including me is no sunroof. I can't own a Vehicle without light comng through the top.. but that's me.Get the sport, best bang for your buck.