2011 Honda Accord Facelift Will Debut In Geneva

Honda is bringing a revised Accord saloon and Tourer models to Geneva Motor Show in March. Main changes to the exterior include new front fascia and headlights. Three new exterior colours: Alabaster Silver, Graphite Lustre and Celestial Blue Pearl are also added to the line up, and red interior lighting for the Type S models and blue interior lighting for all other models.

The refined 148 bhp 2.2 litre i-DTEC diesel engine offers improved fuel economy and emissions, coupled either to a 6-speed manual or automatic transmission. Other changes that improve CO2 emissions and fuel economy include a host of underbody aerodynamic aids, including a larger front air dam, underfloor and a rear subframe cover.

Other highlights are ride and handling improvements, Auto High-Beam Support System, Active Cornering Lights and a quieter cabin. The new Accord goes on sale across Europe from April soon after the public debut at the Geneva Motor Show.

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