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Best Tires for Your Honda Accord

Best Tires for Your Honda Accord


There is no doubt that the Honda Accord is very popular with North American drivers. As there are many Accords on the road, drivers will need to replace their vehicle's tires. But, which one is best for this application? Continental's PureContact with EcoPlus Technology has been a favorite with drivers…

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Best All-Season Tires for the Honda Accord


The Honda Accord has been one of America's best-selling cars for decades. With great styling and ample room for passengers to go along with excellent fuel economy, the Accord is a staple on the American highway. And, when the time comes to replace tires, Accord drivers should take a look at the following…

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Best Price on Michelin Tires for Toyota, Honda, Nissan and More!

Best Price on Michelin Tires for Toyota, Honda, Nissan and More!


…check out a couple of the lowest priced options in two popular sizes. 205/65R15 This is a commonly used tire size for a mid-size sedan such as the Honda Accord, Toyota Camry, Hyundai Sonata, Nissan Altima, Ford Taurus and Chevy Malibu. The best priced Michelin tire in this size is the Defender. Michelin's…

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Tires for Your Eighth-Generation Honda Accord

Tires for Your Eighth-Generation Honda Accord


…1978 burgundy Honda Accord 5-speed. Ever since owning this vehicle, I've been an Accord fan. Honda has done an awesome job in constantly improving the Accord, and the eighth-generation (2008-2012) model is a car that can do just about anything! If you already own one of these Accords, there's no reason…

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Speed Rating for Late Model Honda Accord

Speed Rating for Late Model Honda Accord


…. One of the most confusing examples of this is the late model Honda Accord. Based on the capabilities of the Accord Coupe and Sedan, this car needs a tire with a speed rating of H (130 mph) or higher. However, Honda equipped the Accord (even the 4-cylinder models) with V-speed rated (149 mph) tires…

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How Does Speed Rating Affect My Tire Choice?


…important to note that some of the vehicle manufacturers sometimes specify a tire has a higher speed rating than necessary. For example, many Honda Accord vehicles have V-rating tires from the factory, which gives a 149 mph top speed on the tire. Tire Rack is very comfortable with this vehicle wearing…

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Kumho Ecsta LX Platinum vs. Kumho Ecsta 4X

Kumho Ecsta LX Platinum vs. Kumho Ecsta 4X


…job. And the two things I like most about these tires are the fact that it is quiet and treadlife is great." -- Tire Rack Consumer Review, 2006 Honda Accord Coupe EX 4-cyl "These are one of the best set of tires I have owned to date. A true silky smooth tire. Nice even wear. Can not go wrong with a set…

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Day Brake


…premium automotive aftermarket. According to Akebono, their products are Original Equipment in North America on all of the top 10 best-selling cars and six of the top 10 light trucks. Key automotive O.E. customers include Audi, Chrysler, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Isuzu, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Toyota…
 

Tire Tech Information - Spare Tires - Driving on Temporary / Compact Spares


…any vehicle equipped with a limited-slip differential. For example, the tires fitted as Original Equipment on 2013 Honda Accord sedans roll about 800 times every mile, while the Accord's shorter diameter Temporary/Compact Spare tire rolls about 850 times per mile (a difference of 50 tire revolutions per…

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Don't Let Ol' Man Winter Slow That New Accord Down: Winter / Snow Tires For 2013 Honda Accord

Don't Let Ol' Man Winter Slow That New Accord Down: Winter / Snow Tires For 2013 Honda Accord


…time to visit your Honda dealer because the new 2013 Honda Accord is in town. Honda's done a great job with both the Accord Coupe and Sedan. I love how they've tweaked the styling on the Coupe, but still maintained its aggressive sporty look. If you've recently picked up a new Accord, your next step is…

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Tire Rack : SPC


…Provides substantial amount of front positive camber change More Info / Buy Additional Product Information Overview SPC Accord Rear EZ Arm XR (Performance Street) * * For select Honda Accord applications * Allows for precise tuning * Provides substantial amount of rear camber change More Info / Buy Additional…

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Winter Tech - Size Selection of Winter / Snow Tires


…an easy way to select an appropriate narrow tire for your car, van or truck. For example, a 2012 Honda Accord EX Sedan would store its original 225/50R17-sized tires in favor of the 2012 Honda Accord SE Sedan's 215/60R16-sized winter tires on 16" wheels. While only a small dimensional difference, this…

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