A Honda For Your Every Need – The 2019 Honda Accord in Racine, Wisconsin
We understand that a vehicle is more than just a vessel that gets you from point A to point B; it keeps you safe while providing a pleasant driving experience, even in 5 o’clock traffic! Unfortunately, not all vehicles understand this, but you won’t have to worry about that because the 2019 Honda Accord in Racine, Wisconsin has everything you need! Don’t believe us? Keep reading to see why this Honda is a better choice over the 2019 Chrysler 300…
You’ll be able to tackle any road in the Accord without having to sacrifice comfort. With drift compensation steering, this Honda will automatically compensate for tricky road conditions that would usually leave you drifting from side-to-side. This feature isn’t found on the Chrysler 300, so drifting would still be a possibility. Along with extra control, the Accord also has an available driver-adjustable suspension system so you can choose your experience. If you want an extra supple ride for long trips, the Accord can make that happen. Or if you want a sport setting that will give you maximum control, this Honda can handle that too. If you choose to upgrade to the Accord Sport model, get used to more cornering force than the Chrysler (.90 G’s vs. .82 G’s) according to a Car and Driver skidpad test. You’ll also be able to execute Motor Trend’s “Figure Eight” maneuver much faster than the 300 (26.4 seconds vs. 27.2 seconds). So with better maneuverability, more control, and overall faster performance, what more is there to ask?
Well, in case you are asking yourself, “what more is there,” we can answer that by diving into the Accords efficiency. By weighing about 900 pounds less and being 6.4 inches shorter than the 300, you’ll discover that the Accord is much more efficient and easier to handle, especially when it comes to parking in tight spaces. To help reduce drag and improve fuel economy simultaneously, the Accord EX 1.5T and EX-L 1.5T utilize electronically controlled shutters in the front grille that can close off airflow when needed. And if you’re worried about any unwanted acoustics in the sedan, you’ll be happy to know that the Accord uses computer-generated active noise cancellation to rid any excess vibration from the passenger compartment, providing a much quieter cabin. When put to the test by Car and Driver, the Touring model proved to be quieter than the 300S (77 vs. 80 dB).
Don’t ever assume that all vehicles have the same safety features, especially in the case of the Chrysler 300, because that car falls flat when compared to the Accord. Take the airbags, for example, although both vehicles have them encasing the front passenger and driver, only the Honda has smart airbags. By using vehicle speed and seat sensors, the Accord’s airbags can deploy at different levels of force, which protect passengers better than regular airbags. To help protect everyone on the road, the Accord offers a driver alert monitoring system which will sound a warning to suggest a break if an inattentive driver is detected. This will help you and others on the road from being apart of the NHTSA’s statistic, which states 100,000 crashes and 1500 deaths a year are caused by drivers that fall asleep at the wheel. The 300 doesn’t have smart airbags or offers a driver alert monitoring system, which is unfortunate.
Want to know more about the 2019 Honda Accord in Racine, Wisconsin? Visit us at Honda of Kenosha this weekend for a test-drive, where you’ll discover more incredible features for your every need.