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02-Jul-2013  
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The new Honda model was recently released onto the Ghanaian market.

The ninth generation Honda Accord, according to the manufacturer, comes with groundbreaking safety technology.

A number of car lovers had the opportunity to see the all-new Honda Accord, which is equip with a 2.4 liter direct-injection, four cylinder engines and a continuously variable automatic transmission at the Honda Place in Accra.

JoiDeep Puthram, Brand Manager at the Honda Place in Accra, speaking at the launch, said the new Honda Accord offers a highly advanced and integrated braking system.

We all know that the sophisticated advanced safety technology is an important part of the dynamic driving properties of Honda Accord.

He said the latest crash test results from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety revealed that the new Honda Accord is top-notch when it comes to safety.

The vehicle has adaptive cruise control multi angle rearview camera system, LED Light, pandora audio streaming and a new technology that allows SMS text capability.

The concentrated strong pressure and aerodynamic shape promises excellent driving characteristic even before you get behind the wheels.

It is one of the most spacious and comfortable saloon cars in its class with more standard equipment and super high technology safety features.

For the first time customers seeking a mid sixe care will have an affordable alternative that delivers that superior engineering and premium standard features.

He said the car was designed with customers in mind.
 
 
Source: Daily Guide
 
 

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