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2005 Honda Accord Automatic Transmission

2005 Honda Accord Automatic Transmission

The 2005 Honda Accord comes standard with an automatic transmission. Its automatic gearbox is easy to use and has a smooth shift. There are two available powertrains: a four-cylinder and a V6. Both engines have the same displacement and horsepower, but the automatic is the better choice if you're looking for a fuel-efficient option. The four-cylinder engine gets 230 horsepower and 211 pound-feet of torque. The five-speed manual transmission is a bit more complex, but it is still an impressive choice.

The Accord comes with a six-cylinder engine that's based on the J-series V6. The engine was improved by 40hp and the exhaust manifold was molded into the cylinder head casting. These Accords had a new five-speed automatic transmission, although some models also had a 6-speed manual transmission. Overall, the 2006 Accord has a combined gas mileage rating of 21 mpg city/30 highway.

The 2005 Honda Accord has an advanced hybrid engine that borrows technology from the 2005 Honda Odyssey minivan. This technology allows for an electric motor to be sandwiched between the transversely mounted engine and the transmission. As a result, the Accord's power increases from 240 horsepower to 255 horsepower and torque jumps from 212 to 232 pounds-feet to 310 N•. The hybrid model also offers a lower CO2 emissions than its predecessor.

The new Accord is available in six-cylinder and four-cylinder versions. The six-cylinder engine is powered by the same J-series V6. Its intake system and exhaust system were revised. The exhaust manifold became a part of the ring-shaped rotary engine. These six-cylinder models generally featured a new 5-speed automatic transmission with overdrive. The coupe-only version of the Accord offered a six-speed manual transmission, achieving a 21mpg city/30 highway fuel economy rating.

The 2005 Accord's four-cylinder engine is smooth and powerful, and it delivers a strong performance. Despite its relatively small size, it delivers more torque than most other cars. Its fuel efficiency is excellent for a mid-sized sedan, and the automatic engine helps the vehicle get better fuel mileage. However, the manual transmission isn't as popular as the six-cylinder one. In fact, some people prefer to have a 6-speed manual.

The six-cylinder engine is a reliable and powerful engine, but it's a bit on the dated side. Accord's automatic transmissions are often regarded as the best in the segment. Many buyers prefer a manual transmission. The latter is the preferred choice for an automatic Accord. In addition, the i-VTEC valvetrain has a wide range of features. This includes a multi-speed planetary clutch.

The five-cylinder engine in the 2005 Honda Accord is an all-new K-series engine. It gains a direct-ignition system and a coil-on-plug ignition system. This gives the car better fuel economy and better performance. The automatic transmission has a smoother shift than a manual. A clutch is more expensive than an automatic transmission, so it's important to choose a different one.

2005 Honda Accord Automatic Transmission