Nissan 370Z vs. 2017 Accord Coupe in San Antonio

 

Awarded as one of the 10 Best by Car and Driver*, the 2017 Honda Accord Coupe in San Antonio is a standout among affordable, sleek-looking cars in its class. Its two-door design gives the Accord Coupe the look of a sports car while not sacrificing space, since unlike the Nissan 370z, the Honda Accord Coupe can sit up to 5 people.

Go Farther with the Honda Accord Coupe

The Honda Accord, now available at your San Antonio Honda dealer, Fiesta Honda, offers drivers a miles per gallon ratio that is hard to beat. Averaging 23 mpg in the city and 32 mpg on the highway** – versus the Nissan 370z’s 18 mpg and 23 mpg respectively – the Accord Coupe takes drivers farther on less gas. It is estimated that the car can travel 400 to 550 miles without needing a fill-up. Think of the gas money and time you can save by avoiding the pump.

San Antonio Honda Dealer

Fiesta Honda is proud to offer San Antonio-area residents the opportunity to test drive this outstanding vehicle, so you can see for yourself how it outperforms the Nissan 370z. Aside from the gas mileage differences listed above, the Accord Coupe comes with Honda Sensing™, a suite of available safety features that keep you safe from other drivers on the road and makes your drive as smooth as possible.

Stop by Fiesta Honda today to take a look at the Honda Accord Coupe in San Antonio. Our staff of helpful Honda experts are looking forward to putting you behind the wheel of your next car.

* Car and Driver, January 2017

**Based on 2017 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.

 

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