Honda Accord VTEC timing belt and water pump Honda Accord VTEC High Detail How to
You can buy a quality belt and water pump online here
Special thanks to Spanky for filming this video for me. : ) My last
Honda Accord video was
very well viewed, but lacking in good sound, stability, and lighting so I
did another one with some help. Enjoy High Detail How to do a timing belt
and water pump Honda Accord VTEC
Honda Accord Tourer 2.0 Lifestyle Onboard Test [2/4]
Der Honda Accord Tourer 2.0 Lifestyle im Onboard Test.
[Video 2 von 4]
Nennleistung in kW (PS): 115 (156)
Höchstgeschwindigkeit in km/h: 212
0-100 km/h: 10,1
Max. Drehmoment in Nm: 192
Max. Drehmoment bei min: 4.100
Honda Accord 2.4 i-VTEC - Na przekór modzie (TEST)
Mimo że większość silników benzynowych w samochodach klasy średniej
jest obecnie wykonana w technice downsizingu, japoński producent nadal
stawia na wolnossące jednostki o dużej pojemności. Na przykładzie
Accorda 2.4 oceniamy, czy to dobra strategia.
2009 Honda Accord Tourer Executive 2.2 I-DTEC 150 BHP DPF failure | Diesel Particulate Filter fault
This video shows you a situation, when you become really mad! It happens
when the DPF (diesel particulate filter) is filled up with particles. After
this icon pops up, the ECU (engine control unit) switches into emergency
procedure, which causes, that the car has no power, the rmps are limited to
4000 and you can do nothing. The only thing you can do is to go to Honda
workshop, where the DPF will be purged.
Honda Accord 2.2i CTDi Executive Full Review,Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour
I remember sitting in a park with my father a quarter-century ago, pointing
at a nearby car. "What do you think that is?" "A BMW?" Nope, but his guess
was not without reason. The second-generation Accord lifted more than a few
design cues from the storied German marque. The 1982 sedan was also notable
for its astounding attention to detail, compactness and efficiency. For
those "in the know," the Accord revealed Detroit's sedans as over-sized,
over-powered and indelicate. Now that Honda's eighth-generation Accord
faces a supposedly chastened Detroit, does the new model maintain the
mechanical high ground?
The new Honda Accord is 20 inches longer, eight inches wider, four inches
taller and 1,000 pounds heavier than the motor my father misidentified. In
other words, it's larger and heavier than the '80's Detroit iron reviled by
Honda's early fans. And yet the Accord has come full circle. After years of
increasingly bland styling, the ubiquitous sedan once again begs to be
mistaken for a BMW.
Looking at the new Accord from the rear three-quarter perspective, clocking
the C-pillar kink and the wrap-around taillights (that continue to the
roofline's down-sweep), it's a dead ringer for the current BMW 5-Series.
From other perspectives, the Honda's design is less derivative-- and less
eye-catching. This despite a swage line slicing downwards from the rear and
a bit of Bimmeresque flame surfacing. A distinctly un-Honda abundance of
front overhang does nothing for the proportions.
Still, overall, mission accomplished. The new Honda Accord looks much more
expensive than both its predecessor and its classmates.
Inside, the Accord's instrument panel sweeps across the cabin like a
5-Series' dash. Unfortunately, this aesthetic "homage" extends to the
Accord's ergonomics. The new controls are just as complex as any Bimmer's,
with more buttons than a professional seamstress AND a large
iDrive-inspired eight-way knob. So much for "We make it simple."
The Accord's front seats are well shaped for both comfort and [a modicum
of] lateral support, especially when clad with grippy cloth. Thanks to the
supersized external dimensions, the enlarged cabin is roomy enough for four
Big and Tall preferred customers. The Accord's rear seat folds in a single
section to expand a class-trailing trunk; unusually intrusive rear strut
towers defeat the purpose of a 60/40 split.
The 1982 Accord was motivated by a mere 75 horsepower. For years Honda
refused to offer a V6 as a matter of principle. Gen 8 Accord buyers can
still opt for a four-cylinder engine, with either 177 horses ( LX) or 190hp
(EX). That's plenty of poke for a family runabout, right? Wrong. Pitted
against the upsized Accord's 3,433-pound curb weight (EX-L with autobox),
the four pot must rev its little 16-Valve DOHC i-VTEC® heart out to get
the job done. The resulting 21/31 EPA ratings aren't class-leading.Enter
the new 268-horsepower, 3.5-liter V6.
Hello cubes, goodbye revs. Needless to say, the extra displacement works
wonders in the oomph department, with minimal torque steer. The six may not
deliver neck-snapping thrills or sing a lusty song, but it's a refined
piece that engenders mindless merging and perspiration-free passing.
These powerplants deserve better partners. When hooked up to either engine,
the still-five-speed automatics didn't behave well. They occasionally held
a gear too long, or refused to downshift, or bumped when going from gear to
gear. Maybe the transmissions needed more miles to adapt to my driving
style. Maybe not. Fancy manually shifting the recalcitrant slushbox
instead? Buy an Acura.
Though the Accord's steering feels nicely weighted and precise, the
suspension is tuned for touring, not sport. Going around curves, the double
wishbones deliver most of the solid, tightly damped and thoroughly composed
feel of a BMW-- without the Bavarian's sporting edge. Many competitors
offer the option of firmer suspension tuning, but Honda doesn't believe in
options. The Accord's suspension settings are a deft compromise between
comfort and control. They are, nevertheless, a compromise. Enthusiasts will
not be well satisfied; everyone else will be.
The Accord's soft-core suspension settings does have its advantages:
banishing the bump-thump busyness that sometimes afflicted the previous
Accord on patchy pavement. There's still more road noise than you'll find
in some Accord alteratives, but it's much less pronounced than in many past
The new Honda Accord is an impressive piece of automotive artistry. It's
well-built, roomy, properly-priced and (with the V6) powerful. It raises
Honda's trademark refinement to a new level, with much of the look and some
of the feel of a base BMW 5-Series.
MotorTV - 2012 Honda Accord Test
MotorTV's Mick Østergaard fortæller om den faceliftede udgave af Hondas
store stationcar Accord, her i Type-S trim med en kraftfuld 2.2 liters turbodiesel under hjelmen.
Honda Accord Tourer
Driving my lovely Accord :))) From Gjelleråsen to Stovner, Norway. -21'C
outside btw :/
Test - Honda Accord Tourer 2.2
Test Hondinog Accorda u karavanskoj izvedbi, pokretanog 2,2-litarskim
i-DTEC motorom. Više na www.autosport.hr. - - - Review of Honda Accord