How fast can a 2013 Honda Accord go?
Top speed is governed at 126 mph, which is plenty fast; once you pass the legal highway limit while, say, turning a 15.2-second quarter-mile at 93 mph, the Accord no longer feels as steadfast as it did a few seconds earlier.
How can I make my 2013 Honda Accord faster?
How to Make a Honda Accord LX Faster
- Install an aftermarket exhaust. One of the most restrictive areas on cars like the Accord LX is the exhaust system.
- Install a performance chip.
- Replace the stock air box with a cold air intake.
- Supercharge or turbocharge the engine.
- Modify the suspension.
- Upgrade the brakes.
How much horsepower does a 2013 Honda Accord have?
185 to 278 hp
2013 Honda Accord/Horsepower
How much horsepower does a 2013 Honda Accord Sport have?
2013 Honda Accord Sport/Horsepower
What kind of engine does a 2013 Honda Accord have?
As in the previous-gen Accord, the single-overhead-cam V-6 displaces 3471 cc and features port fuel injection, cylinder deactivation, and i-VTEC variable valve timing. Notable changes for 2013 include lighter components, revised heads, reduced-friction internals, and updated electronic controls.
How accurate is 0-60 mph on a Honda?
Zero to 60 times does not guarantee the accuracy of any of the Honda 0-60 mph times. Our car specs website is considered by many, to be the most easy-to-find directory for car statistics including classic cars, hybrid cars, luxury cars, muscle cars, sports cars and more!
How much does a V-6 Accord cost?
Pricing begins at $22,470 for a base LX four-cylinder model with the six-speed manual. V-6 Accord sedans start with the leather-clad EX-L at $30,860 and go up to the $34,220 Touring model tested here.
Is the Honda Accord V6 a good engine?
As with all new-gen Accords, the V-6 sedan delivers smooth shifts, an excellent balance of ride and body control, and good isolation from the road. The VCM system kicks in frequently when cruising, but active engine mounts and a noise-cancellation system make it nearly impossible to detect that three cylinders are snoozing.