This dashcam footage from Australia shows a Toyota Corolla run a red traffic light, slamming into the side of a Honda Accord. The footage, filmed… Read more →
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Recently, we had the chance to reacquaint ourselves with the largest passenger car on offer from Honda SA, the Accord. This D-segment competitor has just undergone a mid-life revision/facelift/upgrade; call it what you will. Apart from the newly sculpted tail- and headlamps, there is little to mark this car apart from the one that it “replaced”.
There’s little to fault with the Honda Accord, per se. So its understandable that the 2011 model year changes made to Honda’s D-segment staple are less of a facelift and more of a subtle honing of what’s already a competent offering.
There is more to the compact executive market than German offerings. The Far East has some impressive products to rival the establishment
Honda will unveil its facelifted Euro-spec 2011 Accord saloon and Tourer models at the upcoming Geneva show. South Africans can expect to see the fresh-faced newcomers in the second quarter of the year.