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When moving between trim levels of a vehicle, it’s very easy to get confused by all of the various differences. While some of the main distinctions involve the features and technology systems, others can affect aspects such as fuel economy ratings, engine options, and even interior dimensions. In that same vein, the 2018 Honda Accord is very familiar with such major and minor differences across its trim levels. As a result, countless questions arise, including “What is the 2018 Honda Accord cargo space in each trim level?” Our team at Krenzen Honda has those measurements right here, so keep on reading to learn more! (more…)
Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems at Krenzen in Duluth MN
One attractive newer feature on cars is a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) that will warn drivers when they may need to add more air to their tires, or when a tire may have a leak. Because keeping the right amount of pressure in your tires can extend their life, and also give you the best traction, this can be a very important advantage. Pressure monitoring may also help you detect a slow leak before it gets to the point where you end up stuck on the highway with a flat tire. With a new or newer vehicle you don’t have to schedule a service appointment to find out how the pressure is in your tires. Tire pressure monitoring systems at Krenzen in Duluth MN area available on our Nissan, Honda and Lincoln models. (more…)
2018 Honda Accord Sedan Trim Level Comparison
Recently named the 2018 North American Car of the Year, the 2018 Honda Accord Sedan is undoubtedly an impressive vehicle. With the all-new redesign of this iconic midsize sedan impressing drivers all over America, there is a lot to love about this new Honda vehicle.
One of the most appealing features that the all-new Accord sedan has to offer is that it has five trim levels to choose from. These make it possible for you to get exactly what you want from the new Accord. But what comes with each trim level of the 2018 Accord Sedan? Find out in this 2018 Honda Accord Sedan trim level comparison. (more…)