By Chris AndersonPhoto: Getty ImagesIn the newest entry in the brand’s lineup of high-end compact SUVs, Honda has built its latest entry into the “high-end” segment with the Honda Accenture Hybrid.
It’s a compact SUV that can be configured for a range of daily uses, but most of its strengths lie in the driver’s cabin, where it offers an array of space to work, and a full-sized kitchen and laundry area.
Honda has put a premium on its cabin, and its Accent has been praised for its comfortable seating.
The Accent’s interior features a combination of leather and a woodgrain-finished dashboard.
The dashboard is made from wood and features a full color backlit display, a small touch, and even a fold-out mirror that you can place on your seat.
Inside, there are six large buttons, a digital clock, and three analog controls, all of which can be used to control the Accent.
The backlit LCD is brighter and more vivid than the standard model.
The Accent comes with a leather-wrapped dash and a touch screen display that’s made of wood.
The touchscreen is easy to read with the help of a dedicated stylus and the Accenture also features two USB ports for charging the Accenter via USB and charging via the included Lightning cable.
It also comes with an optional heated steering wheel and a 7-speaker audio system.
While the Accents cabin offers a lot of space, it doesn’t come with any amenities that the standard version does.
You won’t find a power outlet, air conditioning, or a full range of air conditioning features, so you’ll have to pay extra for the optional heated driver’s seat.
You’ll also need to pay an extra $15,000 for the Accente’s rear window cover.
The standard Accent also comes standard with a 12.1-inch touchscreen, a 7.0-inch HD display, and the latest Honda infotainment system.
Hondas Accent hybrid offers an extensive list of standard features, including a full digital entertainment system, navigation, and Bluetooth connectivity.
It can be paired with a range a number of different phones, including iPhone 5, 5S, and 5C models, which also have a large screen, but you’ll need to add an extra USB port to get those features.
The infotactic display features an analog clock that you could use to dial a phone number.
The instrument panel features a compass, a map, and two compass points.
It has a 12-volt battery pack, which is charged via the USB port.
It will start charging at a rate of 10 a day.
The Honda Accenter Hybrid offers more storage space than its standard sibling, and it comes standard as standard with an 8-inch screen, which has a 13-inch display.
There are a variety of accessories that are included with the Accens.
You can get the Accence with a 5- or 6-inch TV, as well as a 6- or 7-inch smartphone.
If you want a second-generation version of the Accenci, you can get a $5,000, 15- and 21-inch version.
The 13- and 17-inch versions have larger screens.