When the low gas light is on, a Honda Accord can travel for an additional 46.81 miles or just over 75 kilometers. The distance a Honda Accord travels past this point depends on fuel usage.
When the low gas light flicks on, it is warning the driver to fill up the car with gas as soon as possible; however, there is a reserve tank that allows the driver to carry on for a little while longer. Compared to similar sized cars, the Honda Accord can travel with the low gas light the furthest. The condition of the car plays an important role in just how far it can travel, and how the car is driven also has an effect on how far a Honda Accord can travel when the low gas light is on.Learn More
If your Honda Accord is overheating, the cause could be any of the vital elements of the cooling system. Those elements are the heat exchanger, fan, water pump, thermostat and coolant, according to Techauto. Because of the many elements to this important system, there are several possible causes of an overheating engine.Full Answer >
The miles per gallon estimates for the Honda Accord vary depending upon the model. The EPA rating for a four-cylinder 2014 Accord is 26 mpg in the city and 34 mpg on the highway. For a six-cylinder model, the rating is 21 in the city and 32 on the highway.Full Answer >
A 2014 Honda Civic sedan holds 13.2 gallons of gas in its fuel tank, as do the 2014 Honda Civic coupe and the 2014 Honda Civic hybrid. The 2014 Honda Civic natural gas model uses 8.03 gallons of natural gas at 3,600 psi.Full Answer >
Without any aftermarket modifications, a stock Honda TRX450R is able to achieve a top speed of 75 mph. This performance has been remarkably consistent over the years the Honda TRX450R has been in production, despite numerous overhauls and redesigns.Full Answer >