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Honda Accord

To put this current Honda Accord in perspective, let's compare it with the original Acura Legend that redefined America's luxury market when it appeared for 1986.

The 1999 Accord four-door is 0.6 inch shorter, two inches wider, and more than two inches taller than the original Legend, and it offers more interior room, particularly in the rear seat. Its optional V-6 engine has 49 more horsepower than the Legend's, delivering superior performance across the board, not to mention better fuel economy. And its chassis rides better, corners harder, and brakes quicker. Yet in inflation-adjusted dollars, an Accord LX V-6 with anti-lock brakes and airbags costs about 26 percent less than the 1986 Legend that had neither feature.

Even more impressive than this blizzard of virtues is the meticulously engineered, carefully honed feel of every control on this car. That produces a level of refinement that satisfies enthusiasts and casual drivers alike. This 1999 model is the 13th Accord to win a 10Best award, making it the latest in a long line of excellent cars.

Vehicle Type:

front-engine, front-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 2- or 4-door sedan

Base Price:


Engine Type:

SOHC 16-valve 2.3-liter 4-in-line; SOHC 24-valve 3.0-liter V-6

Power(SAE net):

135-200 bhp


5-speed manual, 4-speed auto


105.1-106.9 in


186.8-188.8 in

Curb Weight:

2900-3300 lb

EPA fuel economy, city driving:

20-25 mpg


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