Honda Accord Sport Gt, Se to be Launched in September

By: Evander Klum

To uplift Honda in the struggle for high sales in the competitive D-sector saloon market, two new versions of the Accord will be launched in September.

In 2007, sales of the Accord are on the increase. Its hasten sales is already 68 per cent higher and the car continues to win industry awards for its improvements, handling and practicality. Nonetheless, the feedback of the customers has intimidated the maker of to unveil two new grades of the model in the UK.

Head of Sales for Honda (UK) Bernard Bradley said that the Accord always places almost in the top spot of owner surveys. He concluded that its drivers love the car. He further explained that their dealers told them that new buyers, especially those from the corporate sector, want a version that blends the modern technology offered by high-end models, with more of the sporting countenances from other Accords in the range. As a result, the result is the new Sport GT will be launched.

The new Sport GT

An Accord that delivers sharp, nimble handling with performance car styling and high-grade equipment, the new Sport GT 2.2 i-CTDi has the following standard features:

Dark Chrome door handles and front grille

17-inch (Saloon) or 16-inch (Tourer) alloy wheels in Dark Graphite finish

Premium White Pearl paint option - exclusive to this model

Sports suspension

Rear boot spoiler, smoked headlights, and fog lights

Carbon-effect inlay fitted within the dashboard and centre console

Red illuminated dials

Voice-activated Satellite Navigation system

Premium Audio system that includes a 6CD changer

Cruise control

Bluetooth Hands Free Telephone

Tourer fitted with rear section privacy glass

Starting September 1, the New Sport GT will be priced at ?20,767 (OTR).

The Honda SE (UK)
The new Accord SE features a diesel engine and is powered by Honda's much-lauded 2.2-litre i-CTDi engine. Aiming at acting as a 'Price Fighter', the new SE has been developed as an entry-level diesel Accord.

Bernard Bradley said that the car is a new keenly-priced one that pursues the theme of Accord, which has always been to deliver a high-spec saloon with the quality the customer expect from a Honda - but at an enormously competitive price, with low running costs. He added that in terms of money value, the Accord SE beats most cars in the sector, even the new arrivals.
It may be priced at a highly competitive ?18,600 (OTR) but it assures remarkably well-equipped features such as the 16-inch alloys, stability assist, 6-speed gearbox, and Bluetooth Hands Free Telephone that are all fitted as standard.

In addition to that, the new Honda SE offers a cleaner, low-consumption 2.2-litre i-CTDi engine on board and the low list price.

Honda fanatics just need to wait for September to come in order to purchase either of these amazing cars.

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