Honda is offering a limited-edition performance package meant to enhance its V6 Accord Coupe.
First shown during last year’s SEMA Show, the kit costs $4,620 without installation and will be limited to 500 units. It offers a Honda Factory Performance (HFP) suspension that lowers the car 0.6 inches and improves handling. Buyers also get 19-inch alloy wheels that Honda offers as a standalone option for $2,634.
Aside from suspension and wheel changes over the base model, the kid includes front, side and rear underbody spoilers as well as a decklid spoiler red interior illumination. Cars fitted with the package also get special badges, but most of the items are available as standalone options on the Honda retail site.
Trying to recreate the package through Honda’s retail site on a new V6 Accord Coupe will rack up $4,583 in options that amount to the aero kit and wheels, which means you skip the relevant performance enhancements while spending almost as much.There aren’t any modifications to improve output, but V6 Accord makes plenty of power with 278 hp and a 0-60 time of only 5.5 seconds.
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