New look for Honda Accord Euro
28th November, 2005
The Honda Accord Euro range receives a facelift for 2006
with a series of subtle improvements – including optional factory-fitted satellite navigation.
Exterior changes include redesigned front and rear bumpers, front grille and new alloy wheels for
both the Euro and Euro Luxury.
Interior changes include new panels with improved wood or metallic textures, an automatic day-night
mirror (Luxury only) and the addition of a Multi-Information Display trip computer showing distance to
empty, elapsed trip time, average speed, instantaneous fuel consumption, average fuel consumption,
outside temperature, odometer and two trip meters.
Factory-fitted satellite navigation is optional for the Euro Luxury. The navigation system is
DVD-based for faster route calculation and has a colour map, position arrow and voice directions.
Unlike many stand-alone systems, the navigation is fully integrated into the vehicle’s dash and is
housed with the heating, cooling and audio controls.
The Euro’s superb combination of a 2.4 litre engine and six-speed manual or five speed
sequential-shift automatic transmission remains unchanged.
Honda Australia Director Lindsay Smalley said the facelift will boost the appeal of an already
“We have freshened up the top-selling Euro,” he said.
“The addition of satellite navigation really puts it in a class of its own.”
Prices for the standard vehicles remain unchanged with the satellite navigation costing an additional
$3,000. Customers will be able to see the new Euro as it makes its way into Honda dealers throughout
December this year.
Honda Accord Euro: Recommended Retail Pricing (RRP*).
|Euro Luxury (manual)
|Euro Luxury (automatic)
|Euro Luxury (manual) + Optional Factory fitted Satellite Navigation
|Euro Luxury (automatic) + Optional Factory fitted Satellite Navigation
*Includes GST, excludes dealer delivery and statutory charges. Metallic and pearlescent paint $300
extra on some models.