2010MY Honda Accord Sedan and Coupe receive New Features

Being that time of the year where most automakers in the United States release their updated models, Honda decided to launch its 2010MY Accord line-up that receives a small number of new features. To be honest, they're so insignificant that we'd advise you to totally skip this post if you don't want to waste your time, but if you insist to find out, well just follow the jump.

Changes for the 2010MY Accord include the expanded application of Bluetooth HandsFreeLink to vehicles equipped with leather seating surfaces that was previously exclusive to navigation-equipped models, new rear seat ventilation ducts on Accord Sedan EX and EX-L models and a more-contrasting "lighter" gray color theme for the climate control buttons on all models.

Also, on models equipped with the available dual-zone automatic climate control, the manual fan control override button now includes on/off functionality with corresponding changes to the button graphic while the dual-zone activation button name changes to "SYNC" from "DUAL" - supposedly for additional simplicity.

Currently available as a four-door sedan and a two-door coupe (the five-door Crosstour will enhance the rang this fall), the Accord is offered with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine and a 3.5-liter V6. Prices start from $21,055 for the sedan and from $22,555 for the Coupe. For detailed pricing on all 2010MY Accord models, click the picture on the right.