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Honda Accord

What do you know about the Honda Accord?
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1) In 1982, the Accord, which had always been manufactured in Sayama, Japan, became the first Japanese car to be produced in the United States when production commenced in Marysville, Ohio at Honda's Marysville Auto Plant. Cars Trivia from Alan's Fun Trivia Quizzes

  • True or False?

2) The first generation Honda Accord was launched as a three-door hatchback with 68 hp, a 93.7-inch wheelbase, and a weight of about 2,000 pounds.
WHEN was the Accord launched?

  1. February 7, 1976
  2. March 7, 1976
  3. April 7, 1976
  4. May 7, 1976

3) Modernizing both the interior and exterior, the second generation Accord was mechanically very similar to the original, using the same 106.9 cu in EK1 CVCC engine. In Japan, a sister model called the was launched simultaneously with the new Accord.
WHAT was the name of the sister model?

  1. Honda Vigor
  2. Honda Electro
  3. Honda 626
  4. Honda Gallant

4) The 1984 sedan was available in four exterior colors.
WHAT is NOT one of the colors?

  1. Greek White
  2. Columbus Gray
  3. Copper Brown
  4. Regency Red (burgundy)

5) The coupe, which was, built exclusively in Honda's Marysville, Ohio factory, were 'reverse exported' back to Japan where it was known as the US-Coupe CA6.

  • True or False?

6) WHAT was the wheelbase of the fourth generation Accord (19901993)?

  1. 106.1 in
  2. 107.1 in
  3. 108.1 in
  4. 109.1 in

7) The 5th generation North American Accord was launched in 1994 and was based on the new 'CD' chassis.  Larger than its predecessor, primarily to better suit the requirements of the North American market, the new model grew in width but shrunk in length, leaving it classified as a mid-size car in North America.
WHAT was the width?

  1. 70.1 in.
  2. 67.9 in.
  3. 67.1 in.
  4. 66.7 in.

8) The 6th generation American Accord was only available in sedan and coupe form, becoming the largest Accord to date, sharing a platform with the JDM Honda Inspire/Acura TL.
WHAT was the 6th generation American Accord Sedan wheelbase?

  1. 105.9 in.
  2. 106.9 in.
  3. 107.9 in.
  4. 108.9 in.

9) The seventh generation of the Accord was launched in 2002 (2003 model year in North America), to 2007 and consists of two separate models; one for the Japanese and European markets, and the other for North America.
WHEN did the first 2003 Honda Accord rolled off the Marysville, Ohio assembly line?

  1. January 1, 2002
  2. July 26, 2002
  3. September 26, 2002
  4. January 1, 2003

10) Beginning in mid-2009, the majority of the V-6 Accord sedan production was moved to the Honda auto plant in Lincoln, Alabama. Honda's Anna, Ohio, Engine Plant produces the 4-cylinder engines. The US plants supply the majority of Accords to both North and South America.

  • True or False?
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Honda Accord
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1) True 2) D. 3) A. 4) C. 5) True 6) B. 7) A. 8) B. 9) C. 10) True

 
 


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