The modern era of automobiles has spoiled us with luxuries and comfort from fuel efficiency to technology-infused dashboards. But it seems Honda has raised the bar once again with the 2020 Accord. The intelligently designed sedan is integrated with technology at every layer to ensure that drives are smooth and safe with drivers experiencing convenience at every turn of the wheel.
All drivers vary in many ways about what is valued most in a vehicle. However, one thing everyone prioritizes is safety. The 2020 Honda Accord was developed with this in mind including a multi-angle rearview camera, Honda Sensing, auto high-beam headlights, and a five-star safety rating.
Enjoying the Ride
Have you recently been riding in a car and the driver kept looking at their phone for directions or to change a song? Those days are long gone with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, both of which are integrated into the 2020 Accord. Both options allow drivers to plug in their phone and manage everything on the touchscreen display from phone calls and directions to music. What’s more, is that you can run all of your phone’s apps off of the vehicle’s available Wi-Fi Hotspot. Everything about this sleek sedan was designed with technology at the forefront, improving functionality and convenience for all on board.
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Want a display screen that provides 3-Dimensional maps? What about one that helps you manage where you are in the lane? Then the Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System is right here and available for your benefit any time. Just another first-rate feature in the already tech-loaded 2020 Honda Accord.
After looking at all of the features available in the latest Accord model, it’s easy to forget that all of this comes with the reliability and fuel efficiency Honda has grown to command. A modern car for the modern world. We describe the time in America one hundred years ago as the roaring ‘20s. A time defined by massive economic growth and quality of life-improving dramatically for individuals. Maybe it’s time we bring a little slice of that mindset back to the table in the 2020s.