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Live Shots of the 2008 Honda Accord Sedan and Coupe

The most popular articles that we’ve had on Mobile Magazine for these past few months have surrounding the secretive release of the new Honda Accord. Thankfully, they have now culminated into real live shots of the upcoming car model, caught both in its sedan and coupe variants.

No more camouflage. No taped taillights. This is the real deal, production-ready 2008 Honda Accord. The credit for these pictures goes to Brenda Priddy and Company, and you can find them all over at Jalopnik.

These pictures were apparently taken during a photoshoot for a Canadian brochure. Honda promises that this new Accord will provide more horsepower, better fuel economy, and lower emissions. No official confirmation from Honda, but Jalopnik is predicting a base 180hp 2.4L four-banging engine and a 3.5L V6 for 270hp.

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