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The 2011 Honda Accord has an impressive level of features throughout its lineup, though for today’s always-connected drivers the lack of Bluetooth might be frustrating.
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a simplified layout that better differentiates between the climate and audio systems
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really missed two other features — Bluetooth and a USB interface to charge my phone
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Ugly, jagged letters made up street names. Freeways lacked the red, yellow, or green overlays indicating traffic speeds.
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The Honda Accord stacks up well against other mid-size sedan models, but its Bluetooth and nav availability—only in the most expensive, leather-lined models—is frustrating.

LX models of the Honda Accord have no lack of standard features. Remote keyless entry, cruise control, power accessories, air conditioning, tilt/telescopic steering, a fold-down rear seatback, and a six-speaker, 160-watt sound system are all included. LX-P models add a few more desirable features, including alloy wheels, then a moonroof, upgraded seats, rear-seat heated ducts, and premium sound with an active noise-cancellation system. Top EX-L models of the 2010 Accord pack in the luxury features, including dual-zone climate control, leather upholstery, and a sound system with active noise cancellation. A navigation system is also available, and includes Zagat restaurant ratings and voice recognition.

For 2011, there's a new Accord SE sedan that fits between LX Premium and EX models; it includes leather upholstery, heated front seats, a power seat for the driver, leather trim, and 16-inch alloy wheels.

Also new for 2011, EX and EX-L models get a USB audio port, and all sedans with the navigation system get a rear-view camera.

However, there remain some packaging frustrations: The navigation system is still only offered with leather seats, and Bluetooth hands-free connectivity remains offered only in those top Accord EX-L models. Bluetooth is only available as a dealer-installed add-on in the rest of the lineup.

Conclusion

The 2011 Honda Accord has an impressive level of features throughout its lineup, though for today’s always-connected drivers the lack of Bluetooth might be frustrating.

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