Specifications on a Honda Accord 1997
Model and Production
- Production of Honda Accords in the United States began in 1982. While the 1997 model lineup did not undergo any changes, largely in anticipation of the new 1998 Accord, a Special Edition version was launched for the 1997 model year. The Accord Special Edition was very similar to the LX models, but had more upscale features such as a CD deck and moonroof.
- There are nine trim levels available on the 1997 Honda Accord. The two-door coupes are offered as LX, EX and Special Edition models. The four-door sedans are available as DX, EX, LX and Special Edition models, in addition to the EX and LX V-6 sedans or station wagons.
- A 2.2-liter, I-4 engine with 145 hp is standard on the EX coupe and EX sedan. Both the Special Edition Sedan and Coupe are equipped with a 2.2-liter, I-4 engine that generates 130 hp. The EX and LX V-6 sedans come with a 2.7-liter, V-6 engine with 170 hp. All model engines operate at 5,200 rpm.
- The 1997 Honda Accord coupes are 185.6 inches long, 70.1 inches wide and 54.7 inches high. Sedans are 185.6 inches long, but V-6 sedans are slightly longer at 188.4 inches. The V-6 models are 55.3 inches high while the other sedans are 55.1 inches in height. All models come with a 106.9-inch wheelbase.
- Average fuel economy for the 1997 Honda Accord is 23 to 25 mpg in the city and 25 to 32 mpg on the highway. Fuel tanks take regular unleaded gasoline and have a 17-gallon capacity. An anti-lock braking system is standard on the EX sedan, and the LX and EX V-6 sedans.