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Changes for 2011 include revisions to the Accord Coupe's grille, front bumper and rear brake lamps. In addition, improvements under the hood net a gain in fuel economy, while the EX-L V6 gains steering-wheel mounted paddle shifters and a two-position memory function for the driver's seat. All Coupes also feature as standard a new USB audio interface.
Compared to its 2007 counterpart, the 2008 Honda Accord Coupe is nearly three inches longer and about an inch wider and taller. With the redesigned body the Coupe looks more distinct from the Sedan, and the interior received a total makeover as well. All engines get a power boost for 2008.
Despite having a sales volume far lower than its sedan sibling, Honda continues to polish and improve the Accord Coupe to make it one of the most desirable two-doors on the road. Not that we're complaining, we love this car. Its sleek exterior gives the appearance of something much more expensive and its lush interior not only pampers its occupants, but can accommodate four adults in comfort. Buyers can opt for a peppy and frugal four-cylinder engine or a potent V6, and both can be had with either a manual or automatic transmission. Of course, like all Honda products, among the Accord Coupe's most endearing attributes are its bullet-proof repair history and unbeatable resale value.