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2013 Honda Accord Tuned-Up With Limited Edition Factory Performance Package

HFP Honda Accord fitted with sporty suspension, wheels, and more

Jul 24, 2013
Photographer: Honda
HFP Honda Accord Front Photo 1/6   |   Accord V6 Front HFP


  • HFP Honda Accord Coupe V6 with sport suspension and 19-inch wheels
  • HFP spoilers added for enhanced stability
  • MSRP $4,260 with 3-year/36,000 mile warranty
  • Only 500 units produced

Honda has released a limited-edition Honda Factory Package (HFP) for the Honda Accord Coupe V6. This special Accord will be on sale only at select Honda dealers in the U.S. Only seen since SEMA 2012, the sporty Coupe received the HFP treatment with enhanced vehicle dynamics and aero. The HFP Honda Accord utilizes sport suspension, 19-inch HFP alloy wheels and summer tires, which might not sound like much, but is proven to go around the track much faster than the stock Honda Accord. The suspension lowers the height by 15mm.

HFP Honda Accord Rear Photo 2/6   |   Accord V6 Rear HFP

The HFP kit is designed for more controlled body motions and enhanced stability. The body is fitted with front, side, and rear underbody spoilers. The decklid spoiler and HFP badges have been added to the exterior for a sportier look. The interior gets minimal change. The OEM Honda floor mats are replaced with HFP mats and the cabin of the car is lit by red interior illumination.

The HFP Honda Accord will be an exclusive model with only 500 being produced. MSRP of the package is set for $4,260 not including installation. The difference between HFP and other aftermarket parts is that the HFP package carries a 3-year/36,000 mile limited warranty, but it has to be installed at the time of a new vehicle purchase.

2013 Honda Accord EX L V 6 Coupe front end in motion Photo 3/6   |   2013 Honda Accord EX L V 6 Coupe Front End In Motion

For more on the 2013 Honda Accord check out Motor Trend's First Test: 2013 Honda Accord.

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