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Is Honda Accord v4 or V6?

Is Honda Accord v4 or V6?

A 3.5-liter V6 making 278 horsepower is available. The four-cylinder engine comes paired with a standard six-speed manual transmission or an optional automatic transmission (CVT). With the V6, you get a six-speed automatic transmission in sedan models, or a six-speed manual in coupe models.

Is a 2003 Honda Accord a 4 or 6 cylinder?

LX and EX models come with either the four-cylinder engine or a new 3.0-liter, 240-horsepower, single-overhead-cam V6 with another new five-speed automatic. The Coupe is available in LX and EX trim, with either the four-cylinder or V6. The manual transmission is standard with the four-cylinder, the automatic optional.

Which is better Honda Accord V6 or 2004?

From a safety and techological point of view, is the 2006 version of Honda Accord V6 ESC superior to previous generations? If 2004 and 2005 only have traction control, then yes, ESC is a better technology.

What kind of engine does a 2003 Honda Accord have?

2003 Honda Accord. Click for a larger photo The 4-cylinder engine is strong enough for daily driving, while the V6 is one of the most powerful in its class. Timing belt or chain: The K24 4-cylinder engine has a timing chain, but the 3.0L V6 does have a timing belt that needs to be replaced at recommended intervals.

What kind of car is the Honda Accord?

The 2003-2007 Accord is a roomy, well-designed mid-size car with good handling and a firm ride. The Accord scored well in government crash tests. The 4-cylinder Honda Accord is good on gas. Honda Accord interior. Click for a larger view It comes as a front-wheel drive four-door sedan or two-door coupe, with a 4-cylinder or V6 engine.

What are the pros and cons of a Honda Accord?

Pros: Fuel economy in 4-cylinder models, V6 power, good handling, responsive steering, safety ratings, roomy interior, easy to maintain. Cons: Road and wind noise, paint chips easily, automatic transmission problems in early models.