2017 Honda Accord Sport Special Edition Specs and Review

The following are the 2017 Honda Accord Sport Special Edition specs.


Type Gas Drive model FWD
Transmission 6-speed manual Transmission six-speed manual
Drive Front-wheel drive FUEL & MPG
Engine Cylinders Inline 4 Consumption (city/highway) 23/32 mpg
MPG (Combined) 26 Range (City/highway) 395.6/550.4 mi.
Max Seating 5 Fuel tank volume 17.2 gal.
Warranty (Basic) 3 yr./ 36000 mi. MPG (Combined) 26
DIMENSIONS Fuel Regular unleaded
Length 192.5 in. ENGINE
Space storage (no folding seats) 15.8 cu-ft. Torque 182 lb-ft @ 3900 rpm
Height measurement 57.7 in. Engine Size 2.4 l
EPA Interior Vol. 119.0 cu.ft. Power 189 hp @ 6400 rpm
Wheelbase 109.3 in. Turning Radius 39.6 ft.
Width measurement 72.8 in. Valves 16
SUSPENSIONS Injection Direct
Independent Suspension 4-wheel Y Engine Type (Base) Gas
Stabilizer Bar (Front + Rear ) Y Valve Timing Variable
Basic Three years or 36000 miles Cylinders type Inline 4
Drivetrain Five years or 60000 miles WHEELS AND TIRES
Rust Five years or unlimited miles Wheels 19 In.
Roadside Three years or 36000 miles Mounted Spare Tire Y
    Tires 235/40R V
    Temporary Spare Tire Y
    Tires (All-Season) Y
    Alloy Wheels Y

We also give you a review of the Honda Accord Sport SE 2017 below.


For Honda Accord 2017 in the Sport SE trim or special edition is a mix-up between the Sport and the Touring.


You have lots of cool features, and one of the best things about it is the wheels.


You got 18-inch alloy wheels and a superior sporty five-spoke design. You’ll also love four-wheel disc brakes with ventilated disc brakes in the front and reliable disc brakes in the back.


If you are a fan of bright colors, then the white orchid pearl or red is perfect for you; it looks fantastic.

You have a lot of chrome in the front, and in the grill area, you’ll see a nice big Honda emblem.


Also, you have some black and chrome at the bottom and a sporty spoiler.

A halogen bulb powers the headlights. You have a projector, the bulb is for the low beams, and the reflector for the high beams: LEDs, a whole strip of power fog lights.

The key fob looks pretty traditional. It has the lock/unlock buttons and opens up the trunk. It also has a panic button (beeps the horn flashes of lights) and the Honda emblem.

You got dual exhaust at the rear, which is pretty sporty, and a combination of LED and regular light bulbs for the taillights.

The backup cameras are in the center, under the emblem. A slight decklid spoiler is relatively small but still pretty cool.

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The special edition Sport badge with the chrome accent is adorable and matches the top portion.

2017 Honda Accord Sport SE Interior  

The door panel got all soft surfaces on the side around the hand rest—besides, the red contrast stitching looks pretty lovely. You have carbon fiber-looking material around the handle.


You have a few more buttons like automatic OneTouch up /down for window-side mirrors control in the driver’s door.

You do have a pocket for a water bottle as well as a little storage.

Excellent, in the special edition, the seats are full leather with perforations in the center, unlike the other sports model. You have the red contrast stitching, so it’s very comfortable seats.


There is slight bolstering on your body; it’s not intrusive or anything, and you got plenty of legroom.

The dash is subtle, and you have carbon fiber-looking stuff there. The glove compartment is made of smooth plastic. So it’s easy to clean out.

The back seat is a bench seat, but it does fold down in a 60/40 split if you want more trunk space. Also, you have a center armrest with excellent cup holders.


There’s a lever in the car to open the trunk, but you can also use the key. It lifts smoothly and with almost no effort. The storage space is massive, and on the left/right, you have a little hanger for grocery bags or anything you have.


So, once you fold down the seats into a 60/40 split, you have huge cargo space. To do that, you can use little levers kind of handles. It’s explicitly designed; you can lock the trunk with a key.

Under the driver’s seat, you have the lever to open up the trunk with a keyhole.
So you can lock it, if somebody is driving your car, they can’t access the trunk. Besides, it also serves to lock your fuel door.

Behind the wheel, you have plenty of legroom. The accelerator, brake pedal, and footrest are a metallic, sporty look. The driver also has a power-adjustable seat with lumbar support.


You have traction control and  ECO mode to get the best gas mileage. You can get the right position and lock it with the steering tilts and telescopes.

The steering wheel is wrapped in leather with red stitching inside, and piano gloss-black surrounds the buttons. The leather is smooth and doesn’t feel rough or anything like that. You can grip it well. It’s not slippery.

On the right steering wheel, you have the cruise control button. You have buttons for Bluetooth, phone calls, volume, and cycles through the different screens menu on the left side.

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Also, there are paddle shifters on the back. You got excellent windshield wiper controls and headlight controls like off, parking light, automatic headlights.

The gauges have red accents, in line with the stitching and vehicle stuff. You have RPMs, a big speedometer, engine coolant temperatures, fuel gauge, and oil life, as well as gears.

Also, you can push a button to cycle through Trip A, Odometer, MPG, and range (to know how far you can drive but before you have to put gas in it, average, and trip B.


You can control the screen with some buttons like Display, FM/AM, CD, Aux, Phone, and Setting on the center stack. Also, you can move a dial to choose anything you need, which is quite neat.

You can also choose the menu system with the dial like Change Source, Save Presets, Station List, Scan, and Radio Text. Then you got a volume knob and preset for the radio.

You have climate control, a dual-zone, so driver and passenger can choose temperatures. On the side, you have fan speed control. You got 1.0A USB, Apple Carplay, Android Auto, 12V 180W Max power outlets, and a backup camera, which moves as you turn the steering wheel.

Also, you have Support mode if you want the most powerful performance instead of fuel economy.

The center armrest it’s very soft and has stitching in the middle. Inside, you will find a storage compartment with a 12 V power supply.


There are two places to hold the hood up with a prop. You can set it to a standard height opening or lift the hood higher.


You have a 2.4-liter, 189 hp, 182 lb-ft of torque, 4-cylinder DOHC engine, and it’s mated to a CVT  automatic transmission with Sport mode.

The 2017 Honda Accord Sport Special Edition engine is not covered with plastics to see parts like metal, aluminum block, synthetic plastic valve cover, intake, exhaust, battery, etc.

2017 Honda Accord Trims and Prices

The following are trims and starting prices.
  • LX trim: $22,355
  • Sport trim: $24,415
  • Sport Special Edition trim: $25,415
  • EX trim: $25,730
  • EX-L trim: $28,820
  • EX-L V6 trim: $30,895
  • Touring trim: $34,830

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