A Quick Loot at 2014 Honda Models

Why are Honda cars so highly regarded by drivers worldwide? Of course, their amazing reputation for quality and reputation is the major factor, as well as the overall owning and driving experience. Every Honda review on the Internet mentions things like a friendly nature, thoughtful design, safety features and great fuel economy. Nowadays, Honda’s lineup runs the gamut. Different models are included: fuel-sipping hybrids, reliable family sedans, practical SUVs, spacious minivans and even a pickup. The Honda brand continues to be among the best and most respected choices in the entire automotive industry, with millions of satisfied and loyal customers worldwide. Honda Odyssey, Honda Insight, Honda Accord Crosstour, Honda Accord, Honda Fit, Honda Prelude, Honda Ridgeline, Honda Civic CRX, Honda Civic del Sol, Honda Fit EV, Honda Accord Plug-In Hybrid, Honda Civic, Honda Crosstour and Honda Pilot, to name a few, are some of the famous Honda models. Nevertheless, let’s see what this company has to offer for 2014 Honda models.

2014 Honda NSX Type R

The amazing 2014 Honda NSX Type R was presented for the first time in January this year at the Detroit auto show. The looks and features of this car, as the online reviews say, are brutally good. The body is composed of carbon fiber panels over an aluminum unit frame, large wheelbase and short overhangs. The exterior features elegant and stick lines, headlamps, a rear wing and a lowered ride. The interior is defined by elegance and sportiness, with racing bucket seats, three-spoke steering wheel, aluminum pedals and all the latest technologies. As for the power train, this model has a 3.5 liter V6 engine, and the gas/electric power plant produces a maximum output of 460 hp.

2014 Accord

The Honda 2014 model that attracts huge attention is the 2014 Honda Accord. If you are an Accord fan and you also want a car that can run on electricity alone, then this model is the best of both worlds. Theoretically, you could drive this car without using a drop of gasoline. It uses a two-motor hybrid system that consists of a 2.0 liter Atkinson cycle four-cylinder gasoline engine. The price is $40,570 and the initial sales are limited to New York and California. Depending on your performance needs, you are able to drive in fuel-only, hybrid or electric-only modes. The installing procedure of the home charging systems is easier than you think. From bio fabric seats to LED headlights, Honda took an eco-friendly approach in every detail.

2014 Odyssey

The 2014 Honda Odyssey gets an amazing exterior and interior update. With the latest infotainment features, a lot of design and tech savvy features, the latest Honda 2014 Odyssey is fully with the times. The 3.5 liter V6 has not changed; it produces 247 hp and 250 pound feet of torque, hooked up to a 5- or 6- speed automatic transmission. Simply put, this model performs like a car with confident passing and acceleration, as well as enough power to take on all kinds of mountain roads with full load. Inside, the 2014 Odyssey is amazingly quiet with a smooth ride. The active engine mounts and noise cancellation quell the vibrations from the excess road noise.

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I have been wrecking cars for as long as I've been driving them but I keep coming back for more. Two wheels or four, I'm all in. gives me a chance to give something back to the automobile community.