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does anyone have nice photos of Accord Euros?

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Yeah I've got a few. Was going to buy one but was sick of slow cars :P

 

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and some mugen hotness

 

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and some Spoon

 

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thanks for that :)

haha.. yeah, they're slow but they make good family cars :P

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Personally, I found the Accord Euro to be a bit small in the boot and cramped in the rear seats. Which was one of the reasons I got a Mazda 6. They do have body kits for the Mazda 6 as well, which do look quite nice. One thing though is less power in the 6 compared to the Accord Euro. Just thought I would give you my 2 cents since I was deciding between these 2 cars in the past.

 

Jon

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Personally, I found the Accord Euro to be a bit small in the boot and cramped in the rear seats. Which was one of the reasons I got a Mazda 6. They do have body kits for the Mazda 6 as well, which do look quite nice. One thing though is less power in the 6 compared to the Accord Euro. Just thought I would give you my 2 cents since I was deciding between these 2 cars in the past.

 

Jon

 

Small? What exactly are you ramming in the back?

 

I find the Euro a very comfortable drive/ride. Power is no concern, I think the 2.4 (also found in CRV's) is more than adequate.

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Personally, I found the Accord Euro to be a bit small in the boot and cramped in the rear seats. Which was one of the reasons I got a Mazda 6. They do have body kits for the Mazda 6 as well, which do look quite nice. One thing though is less power in the 6 compared to the Accord Euro. Just thought I would give you my 2 cents since I was deciding between these 2 cars in the past.

 

Jon

 

Small? What exactly are you ramming in the back?

 

I find the Euro a very comfortable drive/ride. Power is no concern, I think the 2.4 (also found in CRV's) is more than adequate.

 

 

My parents come over to visit fairly often and I have found that fitting suitcases in the boot had been an issue when I drove a Subaru Liberty 3.0R-B, which had the similar boot capacity as the Accord. They travel fairly heavy usually carrying one or two boxes of goodies including two suitcases. However, based on a 30 minute test drive, I enjoyed driving a Honda Accord, but space was the deciding factor for me.

 

Jon

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Personally, I found the Accord Euro to be a bit small in the boot and cramped in the rear seats. Which was one of the reasons I got a Mazda 6. They do have body kits for the Mazda 6 as well, which do look quite nice. One thing though is less power in the 6 compared to the Accord Euro. Just thought I would give you my 2 cents since I was deciding between these 2 cars in the past.

 

Jon

i was looking at accord euro and mazda 6 and i chose the accord euro instead.. i know a few people with mazda 6's and they said they prefer accord euro's more, but they chose the mazda 6 coz it was cheaper.

but i guess u only look at space not the whole car :)

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Lets realli get some proper pics going ...

 

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that red one caught my attention, but it looks likes its a bit over done. i like this white one the best! its the nicest i've seen so far

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personal preference i like the accord euro fronts without the H emblem .. :)

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As for the euro being slow ? im not sure which model you were driving but the 6 speed manual certinaly does have balls, and handles extrmely well through the hills with some wider decent tyres, and as for modifacations there are huge amounts of parts available directly from the us

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^^ thats one of the nicest in melb... use to live in the same building as my mate....got a few photos of it on m phone... was actually goin post them but wont bother, looks like u have dont the honers lol

 

BTW.. wat do u ppl like better for a euro... JDM style.. or VIP style... i cant decide wat i like

 

and wats the difference between Acura and Honda... i know the basics but can som1 tell me the story

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^ VIP suits the Euro's better imo.

 

The difference between Acura and Honda isn't a whole lot. Acura is the luxury vehicle brand of Honda. It mainly competes with Lexus, Infiniti etc. The Acura badging has been used in the US, Canada and Hong Kong since 1986 to market Honda's performance range. Acura was introduced to Mexico in 2004 and to the Chinese market in 2006 and will be introduced in Russia at the end of 2008.

 

So as far as models go across different countries across the world:

Acura RSX = Honda Integra

Acura NSX = Honda NSX

Acura TSX = Honda Accord Euro

Acura CSX = Honda Civic (8th gen model)

 

and so on.

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Hawt! I've always loved the Euro's!

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