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The 2008 Honda Accord is the latest version of this car, and it is available with a five-speed manual transmission, or a six-speed automatic transmission. The four-cylinder engine in the sedan and coupe trim levels is rated at 22 mpg city and highway. The V6-powered sedan and coupe models earn 21/30 mpg combined fuel efficiency. Both models offer a power-adjustable driver's seat, along with 17-inch alloy wheels with P225-50 Michelin tires.
The Accord's seats are also notoriously uncomfortable. Owners of the 2008 model have complained of back pain and leg circulation problems. The lack of proper lumbar support, cushioning, and seat angle will make the seats uncomfortable for many drivers. However, these issues are often easily fixed in the Honda's manual transmission, so owners will probably not want to upgrade to the five-speed automatic transmission. This vehicle comes with an eight-speed automatic transmission, and a five-speed manual transmission is available.
The interior of the 2008 Honda Accord has been revised to improve its overall look and feel. The dashboard is easy to navigate with large dials and controls. Most major controls feel substantial, although the recessed screen of the navigation system can wash out in dim light conditions. It is also important to keep in mind the vehicle's safety features. A good vehicle should provide protection against any collision or accident. The 2008 Accord is a reliable car with a five-speed manual transmission.
Another problem with the 2008 Honda Accord is the uncomfortable seats. Some owners have complained of back pain and leg circulation problems caused by the seats in the sedan model. This issue is likely related to the poor lumbar support, cushioning, and angle of the seat, which makes the driver's seat difficult to use. The steering wheel feels awkward and can lead to discomfort. Besides the uncomfortable seats, other common complaints include leaking oil, excessive oil consumption, and a lack of visibility.
The 2008 Honda Accord is available with a five-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission. The 2008 Accord LX Sedan is equipped with a 177-hp 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine. It costs $20,360 and comes with cloth upholstery, air conditioning, and folding rear seats. A more expensive model is called LX-P, which adds alloy wheels, leather upholstery, and chrome tailpipe.
The 2008 Honda Accord's interior has been redesigned, and it offers plenty of controls. The controls are large and easy to use, and most are easy to find. The big dials are easy to read and have a substantial feel, but some drivers may find some of them hard to reach. In addition, the screen of the navigation system is recessed, and it can wash out in certain lighting conditions.