Getting Around Los Angeles in a New 2012 Honda Accord Sedan

May 3rd, 2012 by
Available in Los Angeles at Norm Reeves Honda Superstore Cerritos

There are usually two things that car buyers look for when looking at all the available models today – fuel efficiency and safety. Hard as it may seem to swallow, but gas prices are predicted to go over the $5 per gallon mark in the next year. Meanwhile, according to the Traffic Safety Facts of the US National Traffic Safety Administration, motor vehicle fatalities within 30 days of the accident were 3 081 per 100 million miles traveled in California alone. These figures are grim, but they are reality so for aspiring car owners, fuel efficiency and safety features are foremost concerns.

The 2012 Honda Accord is yet another car model that has better than the average EPA mileage estimates following the tradition of Honda’s 30-year old policy on meeting high environmental standards. Honda has actually been named as one of the Greenest Automaker in the US by the Union of Concerned Scientists.

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The Honda Accord has an estimated 34 highway MPG* for 4-cylinder models and an estimated 30 highway MPG* for V-6 models. It’s also worth noting that all models on the Accord series use regular unleaded gasoline. It’s also important to keep in mind that external factors, such as how you drive and how you maintain your car, can affect fuel efficiency in the long run.

For safety concerns, the Honda Accord has been given the prestigious Top Safety Pick for 2011 by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety as well as the 5-star safety rating in the New Car Assessment Program category by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

The safety features that made the 2012 Honda Accord stand out include its Advanced Compatibility Engineering body structure, Vehicle Stability Assist with traction control, and strategically positioned airbags.

Getting around Los Angeles is safer and less stress on your wallet with the 2012 Honda Accord – think about it.

* Based on 2012 EPA mileage estimates, reflecting new EPA fuel economy methods beginning with 2012 models. Use for comparison purposes only. Do not compare to models before 2012. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.