Honda Accord 2010

This brand has a huge following in Nigeria and various models under the Honda brand can be found everywhere in the country.

Honda Accord 2010 Sedan.

As far as cars are concerned, Japanese brands are some of the most popular brands in Nigeria. This is due to the fact that they are relatively easy to maintain and durable as well as being rugged enough to survive most of the horrible rods in the country.

One of such brands is Honda. This brand has a huge following in Nigeria and various models under the Honda brand can be found everywhere in the country. It is so popular that a recent survey stated that 1 out of every 4 cars in Nigeria is a Honda model.

In profile is one the most common models of the Honda brand – the Honda Accord 2010 model.

Brand: Honda.

Model: Accord (2010)

Nigerian Nickname: “Evil Spirit”.

International safety rating: Frontal driver (5 stars), Frontal passenger (5 stars), Side driver (4 stars), Side rear passenger (5 stars), Rollover 2 wheel drive (5 stars).

Engine type: Front.

Drive type: Front wheel drive.

Body/Chassis: Unibody.

Engine type: i-VTEC [2.4L, 190 bhp, 162 Ft-lbs (torque)], other engine types available.

Transmission: Manual - 5 speed, Automatic – 5 speed.

Versions: Sedan and Coupe.

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