Already the fourth-best-selling vehicle and the second-best-selling car in the U.S., the Honda Accord made gains with the 2013 model.
Accord competes in the midsize-sedan segment, the most popular for cars, with leader Toyota Camry as well as Fusion, Chevrolet Malibu and Nissan Altima.After driving the 2013 Accord, Brauer said "the quality seeps through the car. It's got the feel of a Mercedes -- you know you're in a Mercedes if you feel like you're in a bank vault. Accord is not quite as nimble as a Fusion, but I think it is a better car."
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