Price Kills this Car
The last and most important statistic about the Accord Coupe HFP is the price, starting at $35,760. Add a navigation system, and the price rises to $37,760.
This car is a bit of an anomaly with no direct competitors, but there are quite a few other two-door sports cars that offer more value. A 2013 Ford Mustang V6 Track Pack can be had for $30,585, while even a base Mustang GT equipped with a beastly 5.0-liter V8 can be had for less money than the Accord Coupe HFP. Probably the most direct competitor, the V6 Hyundai Genesis Coupe Track also undercuts the Honda, ringing in at $33,875.
A fun car based on its own merits, when compared to the power and handling that can be found elsewhere for less money, the Accord Coupe HFP becomes much less appealing. Honda has only committed to building 500, most of which will probably be bought by Honda loyalists or those who didn’t do their homework.
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