What's waiting for 2011 from Honda?
4 Février 2011
Automaker's changes to its cars
Honda is continuing the list of new car for 2011
Honda Accord All Accord styles will be modernized for 2011 with a new front grille, bumper, taillights and alloy wheels. EX trim levels and above plus the LX-S coupe will offer a USB audio interface. The Accord sedan will be updated with a new trunk lid and a rear-view camera when fitted with navigation. The Accord coupe (V6 EX-L styles) will now include steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters.
Honda Accord Crosstour This tall Accord wagon continues untouched for 2011.
Honda Civic All Civic styles remain unchanged for this year in expectation of an all-new version next year.
Honda CR-V Automaker added a new LX-based Special Edition (SE) CR-V for 2011. Special Edition CR-Vs add alloy wheels, a six-CD changer audio system with six speakers, steering-wheel-mounted audio controls and privacy glass. Otherwise, the CR-V has no considerable changes.
Honda CR-Z Honda names its new-for-2011 CR-Z a sport hybrid. No other carmaker has made any attempt to construct a hybrid that's intended to drive. Designed roughly as respect to the original CRX, the CR-Z offers small dimensions, efficient operation and sporting intentions. It utilizes a 1.5-liter four-cylinder joined in parallel to a 13-horsepower electric motor. Power goes to the ground via a six-speed manual transmission.
Honda Element Honda's entry into the cube wars sees no significant changes in this year.
Honda Jazz The addition of stability control as standard equipment on Jazz Sport styles is the only noteworthy change to the car for 2011. Floor mats are now standard on Sport styles as well.
Honda Insight It's unclear whether slight refresh will come for 2011 or 2012. As of press time Honda won't reveal details on the 2011 Insight so it will be sooner rather than later.
Honda Odyssey Fully redesigned for 2011, the Odyssey is a fully updated minivan that's more efficient than the model it replaces despite being larger and more powerful. Added versatility in both the second and third rows along with the ability to carry eight passengers when properly equipped is also a plus.
Honda Pilot This Odyssey-based utility vehicle remains unchanged for 2011.