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Jacking and Tire Changing Interior Spare Tire Mount: The spare tire is mounted on the driver side raised portion of the floor by the rear hatch. The jack and tire changing tools are located in the storage compartment on the passenger side rear interior panel of the vehicle (OEM storage location). Front Wheel Jack Points: Front wheel jacking points have not been affected by the conversion. Their location and jacking procedure is detailed in the Toyota-supplied owner's manual. Rear Wheel Jack Points: Rear wheel jacking points have been repositioned during Rampvan conversion procedures.
Find out how the 2009 Honda Accord is seen as the most popular vehicle in Miami Over the past three decades few vehicles have received as much respect in the United States as the Honda Accord. Many cities, especially Miami, value reputation and use their cars to show it. The 2009 Honda Accord doesn’t seem to be receiving its accolades from being sporty or luxurious, instead it is valued for its consistency. The Accord is very spacious and comfortable. It is also intelligently engineered and easy to drive for family oriented Miami drivers. There is nothing more important than keeping your family safe while driving through Miami’s busy streets. The new 2009 Honda Accord is much more spacious than previous models and produces better engine performance. It is available at your local South Florida dealership as a Sedan or a Coupe to suit each customer’s style or needs. All models come equipped with safety features including side curtain airbags and stability control. As has been the case with past Accords, the newest model comes with either a four-cylinder or V6 engine.
The eighth-generation Honda rides on a new platform and for the first time offers four-wheel disc brakes, vehicle stability control and steering-wheelmounted radio controls on all versions. The new Accord sedan is the most spacious yet, gaining 7.6 cm in length, 2.6 cm in width, 2.3 cm in height and 6 cm in the wheelbase. Torsional rigidity increases 20%. The sedan is available in LX, EX, EX-L, EX V6 and EX-L V6 trims. The first three are powered by a 2.4L four-cylinder, and the last two by a 3.5L V6. Interior and trunk Access both front and rear is easy, but the wide doorsills collect dirt. The front seats are very comfortable and maintain the occupant snugly in place. The driving position is very good thanks to the tilt and telescoping steering column and height-adjustable seat. Headroom and legroom are good. In the back, the benchseat is comfortable for just two. As the central tunnel leaves little foot room, the middle section is not very inviting, especially on long trips. Legroom is generous but headroom is tight for tall people. The seatback folds in one piece, which is not really practical, and with an upward angle to the front, not flat to the floor. The small ski pass-through compensates somewhat for the lack of a 60/40 split.
OVERVIEW A total of four engines are available in the 2008 Accord family – a pair of inline four-cylinder engines and two V-6 engine choices. The base engine is a 2.4-liter i-VTEC inline four-cylinder powerplant in the LX Sedan and LX-P Sedan. With 177 horsepower, this engine delivers an increase of 7% in horsepower compared to its predecessor, while operating on regular unleaded fuel (as before). The highly-efficient power plant meets Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle (PZEV) (AT only) or ULEV-2 emissions standards* and delivers EPA-estimated City/Highway fuel economy of 21/311 mpg (Sedan AT). In total, the new Accord’s base engine is more powerful, cleaner and more fuel-efficient2 than the engine it replaces.
The Accord coupe differs from the sedan mostly in size, yielding 8.1 cm in length, 4.4 cm in height and 6 cm in the wheelbase. The 2-door also gives up the 177-horsepower 4-cylindre engine but has access to the 190-horsepower and the V6. It is offered in four trim levels: EX, EX-L, EX-L V6 and EX-L V6 with manual transmission. A 2.4-litre 4-cylindre powers the first two, and a 3.5-litre V6 the other two. Interior and trunk Access to the front is easy, but the wide doorsills collect dirt. The seats are very comfortable and maintain the occupant snugly in place. The driving position is very good thanks to the tilt and telescoping steering column and height-adjustable seat. Headroom and legroom are good.
Honda Accord 2008 (Excluding dual zone automatic climate controls) ... HONDA ACCORD 2008. 2. Remove (2) Phillips screws facing up. on the bottom of the factory ...
On June 4 Honda officials announced that the company will discontinue the hybrid Accord at the end of the current model year. The new Honda Accord, which will go on sale in September, will not be available in a gasoline-electric hybrid version, according to a company spokesman. Hybrid cars use electric motors to supplement power from the gasoline, resulting in improved fuel economy. Since the model debut in the market in 2004, the Japanese automaker sold roughly 25,000 of the cars in North America. Slightly more than 6,000 were sold last year. Auto industry analysts characterized the car's brief run as a cautionary tale, with the lesson being that only a small segment of the public will buy a vehicle that carries a high price for hybrid technology but delivers limited fuel economy compared with other gas-electric vehicles. Federal fuel mileage estimates on the 2007 Honda Accord Hybrid came in at 28 m.p.g. in the city and 35 m.p.g. on the highway -- only marginally better than 26/34 m.p.g. ratings on an Accord sedan with a four-cylinder gas engine and a five-speed manual transmission.
Accord EX-L V-6 Sedan shown with Ivory Leather and available Honda Satellite-Linked ... Close-Ratio 6-Speed Manual Transmission (available) Gear Ratios: 1st: ... More than just steel, aluminum, rubber and glass, the Honda Accord is a collection of ideas. Like the belief that being responsible and having fun are not mutually exclusive. Or that the proper hierarchy in automotive design is man first, machine second. Or that innovative engine technology can result in both power and efficiency. These are among the principles you’ll find at work in every Honda. And particularly in the 2010 Accord