The Accord Coupe has styling that's bolder, with a smoother downward curve of its roof, more sculpted flanks, and what appear to be slightly different proportions. However the two body styles are remarkably close in size; the Accord Coupe is about three inches shorter, with a wheelbase about two inches shorter than the sedan.
Like the Accord Sedan, the Coupe gets lightly revised front and rear detailing, along with a revised instrument panel for 2011.
Comparing similar trim levels, pricing isn't that much different for the Coupe than for the Sedan. But models are more limited for the coupe; the base 177-horsepower four-cylinder isn't offered—just the 190-hp version and the same strong V-6. Compared to the Sedan models, EPA fuel economy ratings are somewhat lower.
Coupes have the same great ride quality as the sedan, and the slightly shorter wheelbase earns small but perceptible improvements in maneuverability and handling. In the Coupe, the backseats aren't so easily accessible, but average-size adults will fit.
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