Rated as one of the best selling family-friendly transportation cars in the U.S market, Honda Accord has undergone a series of changes from the year 1977, the year of its inception. Till now, seven generations of this incredible automobile have rolled out into the market, with each one being redesigned uniquely so as to equip with the best available features of the day.
The 1995 Honda Accord is the fifth generation vehicle. This model was a slightly modified version of 1994 Honda Accord. Fitted into 1995 Honda Accord for the first time was a 2.7L, 170 hp double-outlet exhaust, V6 C27engine that had 4-speed automatic transmission. V6 engines offered a better performance in comparison with the conventional Honda engine. 1995 Honda Accord provided a decent mileage of 22mpg within the city and 29mpg on the highway.
Another alternative engine offered with 1995 Honda Accord models was a 2.2L, 4-cylinder VTEC version, with a 5-speed manual transmission and an optional 4-speed automatic transmission.
1995 Honda Accord was offered in three different body styles including a 4-door sedan, 2-door coupe and a 4-door station wagon. 1995 Honda Accord is a wonderful sedan highly recommended for its innovative technology and impeccable style.
One important feature of fifth generation Honda Accord sedans is provision of bigger interior space. However, the 1995 Honda Accord loses out on the fact that the interior space was not used entirely. On a whole, the interiors of 1995 Honda Accord are not so inspiring with smaller head room and leg room. Some of the standard features incorporated into the vehicle include comfortable front seats, dual cup holders, anti-lock braking systems, passenger airbags, 3-point seat belts, and dual airbags.