Find the 2009 Honda Accord Owners Manual below. The 2009 Honda Accord is just the right vehicle for comfy rides in all the terrains.
2009 Honda Accord manual is one of the most amazing midsize cars of its time. It has almost every basic detail that a buyer looks for. The model comes with excellent safety scores and a roomy interior. Reviewers highly praise the model’s sporty performance. The 2009 model has not changed much in its design from the previous model.
Accord comes with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that powers 177 hp and 161 lb-ft torque in the LX and LX-P models. It gives an estimated EPA of 21 mpg city and 30 mpg highway. All the 2009 Honda Accord Owners Manual coupe models and EX trim levels have a 2.4-liter engine powering them with 190 horsepower. While the six-cylinder engine returns an estimated EPA of 19 mpg city and 29 mpg highway.
The models come with a well-constructed interior. It is built with premium quality controls. Center stack controls sometimes become confusing as they are overly-cluttered and the buttons have a very similar look. The optional navigation system controls are also stacked at the same place. Polarizing leather seats provide firm support to the passengers but many people find it uncomfortable during long rides. The model comes with plenty of room for passengers providing the most space in rear compartments.
2009 Honda Accord Owners Manual is available in two kinds of body styles – Sedan and Coupe. The sedan is available with four trim levels – LX, LX-P, EX, and EX-L. On the other hand, coupe body style is available in three trim levels – LX-S, EX, and EX-L. The base LX model has several features that include keyless entry, complete power accessories, rear seats that can be down-folded, and CD/MP3 player. It also has an auxiliary jack and tilt steering wheel.
2009 Honda Accord Manual Reviews & Features
LX-P trim level will add a power driver seat, alloy wheels of size 16-inch, and automatic front windows. The base model of Coupe i.e. the LX-S level has most of the LX-P equipment excluding the power driver seat and automatic front windows.
Moving to the EX trim, it provides a sunroof and 17-inch wheels for both Sedan and Coupe. EX Sedan adds features like a six-CD changer whereas EX Coupe gets a premium audio system. Features like leather upholstery, satellite radio, and automatic control are features of EX-L trim level that are added in both body styles. EX-L Sedan provides a premium audio system. On the other hand, the EX-L coupe will provide the additional feature of the power driver seat.
An audio-controlled navigation system and Bluetooth connectivity option are available on the EX-L trim. However, there are a few setbacks in this model that include small trunk space and a cluttered center stack. Some buyers find 2009 Honda Accord Owners Manual controls for navigation system confusing including this feature as a part of the setback.