Used 2011 Honda Accord Coupe
Honda Accord Coupe
2011 Honda Accord Pricing
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2011 Honda Accord KBB Expert Review
The 2011 Honda Accord Sedan is a car that needs no introduction; the popular four-door has been a mainstay of the mid-size market for years. However, the Accord Coupe is a different story. Here is a Honda that many people couldn't pick out of a lineup. Though unknown to many (and sure to undersell the sedan by a considerable margin), its availability offers buyers more choice in the form of a two-door alternative to the familiar Sedan. The Coupe shows Honda's sporty side and competes in a narrow segment that includes the 2011 Nissan Altima Coupe, the sporty Hyundai Genesis Coupe, and to a lesser degree, the V6 versions of the Ford Mustang, Dodge Challenger and Chevrolet Camaro.
You'll Like This Car If...
The 2011 Honda Accord Coupe straddles the sporty-or-sensible divide as well as any car in its segment. It's quick and responsive enough to satisfy all but the hard-core enthusiasts, and its rear seat and trunk are large enough that it makes a great daily driver. It is also one of the few cars to offer a manual transmission on all trim levels.
You May Not Like This Car If...
If you're a hardcore enthusiast, the Accord Coupe may be too big to be truly satisfying. And if you plan on making use of the back seat on a regular basis for passengers, you might want to opt for the Sedan.
What's New for 2011
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.
The Accord Coupe feels more lively than the Accord Sedan. That's partly a function of size: The Coupe is a few inches shorter in both wheelbase and overall length than the Sedan and also weighs slightly less. Honda's four-cylinder engine gets good gas mileage and has enough power to handle all normal driving needs. But the V6 has a satisfying surplus of power and its crisp responsiveness makes for fun driving. The six-speed manual transmission that's exclusive to the EX-L V6 matches the engine's power band nicely and, so equipped, the Accord Coupe still earns respectable fuel economy. However, the shifter isn't as impressive; some of the gear-to-gear exchanges feel less precise than we might prefer. The independent suspension is firm enough to deliver a responsive level of handling, yet ride quality remains quite good.
Designers tend to take more chances with the styling of coupes than with sedans; they can make the roofline rakish, because they know there's seldom anyone sitting in back. As a result, the Accord Coupe's design is a lot edgier than that of the Sedan and, from the wedge-like front end to the refined rear view, the Accord Coupe is easy on the eyes.
Looking sporty is good, but having enough power to back up the looks is even better – especially in the coupe category, where performance can be relatively more important. Honda's 3.5-liter V6 has a silky power flow that adds greatly to the Accord's driving enjoyment.
Overall, the quality of fit and finish in the 2011 Honda Accord Coupe is first-rate. The dual-level dashboard has a curving, "V" shape, and the driver's view of the oversized speedometer and tachometer is framed by a handsome, three-spoke steering wheel. The center stack is tightly packed with buttons for various functions and a central control knob. While the layout is widely spaced, the grouping of some of the switchgear isn't very intuitive; a revised climate control panel places the most commonly used buttons closer to the driver. Front seats are comfortable and highly adjustable, the back seat will hold a pair of adults – unusual in this segment – and the trunk measures a respectable 11.9 cubic feet.
Although the Accord Coupe and Sedan share a nameplate, the only shared exterior parts between the two models are the side mirrors and door handles. The sporty Coupe has an aggressive-looking front end, with a recessed grille framed by narrow, wraparound headlights and chrome exhaust tips. The V6 is differentiated by projector-beam headlights and 18-inch wheels. The curvy roof and high waistline give the car a low-slung look. Balanced proportions make the Coupe seem smaller than it actually is.
Notable Standard Equipment
All sound systems in the 2011 Honda Accord Coupe have steering wheel-mounted controls, MP3 playback capability, a six-disc CD changer and auxiliary and USB input ports. XM Satellite radio and Bluetooth are standard on Accord EX-L models. Safety equipment includes electronic stability control, plus front, front-side and side-curtain airbags. Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) is standard on all trims except the EX-L with the six-speed manual transmission. ANC monitors low frequency noise entering the cabin (such as a "boomy" exhaust note), and sends an audio signal to cancel out the noise.
Notable Optional Equipment
The optional navigation system on the EX-L features voice activation, as well as information from the Zagat Survey guide for restaurants, hotels and attractions. The eight-inch screen is an easy read and the unit itself is straight-forward in operation. And to up the sporty quotient, 18-inch wheels are standard on the EX-L V6.
Under the Hood
All three trim levels (LX-S, EX, EX-L) of the 2011 Accord Coupe offer a 190-horsepower, four-cylinder engine matched with either a five-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission. In addition, the automatic-equipped EX-L offers a 3.5-liter V6 with an updated version of Honda's Variable Cylinder Management (VCM) technology that saves fuel by allowing the engine to run on six, four or three cylinders, according to demand. When paired with the available six-speed manual, the engine loses VCM and gains increased low- and mid-range power, making it the most powerful engine ever offered in a Honda (even though the peak horsepower and torque figures are the same).
2.4-liter in-line 4
190 horsepower @ 7000 rpm
162 lb.-ft. of torque @ 4400 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 23/32 (manual), 22/33 (automatic)
271 horsepower @ 6200 rpm
254 lb.-ft. of torque @ 5000 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 17/26 (manual), 19/29 (automatic)
The 2011 Accord Coupe starts at a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) just over $23,500 for the LX-S trim level with the four-cylinder engine and ranges to roughly $32,500 for a loaded V6 model in the top-of-the-line EX-L series. New Car Blue Book values – the prices that consumers are typically paying for these models – run slightly less than the MSRP. Two of the Accord Coupe's prime competitors are the Hyundai Genesis and the Nissan Altima coupes. The average transaction prices for the Genesis start a little lower than the Accord for the base model and extend higher than the Accord for top trim levels. When comparably equipped, the Altima Coupe typically sells for slightly more than either the Genesis or the Accord. The Honda and Nissan coupes have almost identically good projected resale values over time, while the values for the Hyundai Genesis Coupe are marginally lower.
Honda Accord Consumer Reviews
June 06, 2019
Dependable car, runs great, dependable
Purchased new in 2011 end of year. Accord has been very reliable and economical. On time scheduled maintenance was done at dealership....
March 04, 2019
This is the second Accord I have owned
Such a reliable car! It is made well and drives so nice. I drove my moms brand new Chevy cruise and it felt like a go cart compared to...
October 15, 2018
Have been driving my 2009 accord for the past 4 years. I've literally had zero maintenance issues except for regular oil changes/battery...
September 25, 2018
We bought this vehicle at 50,000 miles. We have added 110,000 more miles with the ONLY maintenance outside of tires and oil changes...
September 07, 2018
Love the car
Great car or the money. This is my 3 Accord.
May 20, 2018
ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS CAR!
Ive had mine for about 4 years now, Im single so I needed the reliability this car provides. Fully loaded EXL,112K miles,Honda put alot...
March 15, 2018
One owner/Very Clean/Low Mileage
2008 Honda Accord One owner. All service done at Honda Dealership. All receipts available. Very clean. No accidents. Kept in garage.
December 19, 2017
I love this car!
I absolutely love my Honda, without question the best car Ive ever owned. I love nearly everything about it and the only thing that...
August 25, 2017
Stylish,reliable,comfortable and a head turner.
One owner, always a California car, drives like a new car, all scheduled services performed, very reliable, fit and finish excellent.
May 28, 2017
A fantastic car! i will regret selling it.
Never an issue with maintenance, or reliability. The only factory that did fit my needs is this auto is very low! I need something a bit...
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