...It may have a great warranty and a solid list of standard features,
Source: MSN Autos
...The Accord sedan, however, provides more front headroom—40.4 inches vs. 39.1 in the Verona—while the Verona offers more rear legroom than the Accord—37.8 inches vs. 36.8 inches. Still, the Verona's 13.4 cubic feet of cargo room is less than the 14 cubic feet in the Accord and the 16.7 cubic feet in the Camry. All five riders in the Verona have adjustable head restraints that lock in place, and all have shoulder belts. My tester came with traction control, heated front seats, power driver seat and fog lamps, too. I appreciated that all four wheels have brake discs. Some automakers put...
...The EX sedan gets heated front seats with stitched leather upholstery and an eight-way adjustable driver’s seat. An auto-dimming mirror is also available. Under the Hood The all-aluminum, dual-overhead-cam, 2.5-liter inline-six-cylinder engine has four valves per cylinder. Mounted transversely, it develops 155 hp at 5,800 rpm and 177 pounds-feet of torque at 4,000 rpm. A four-speed-automatic transmission with an adaptive control system and step-gate shifter is standard. The adaptive unit can “learn” the driver’s habits and adapt the shifting pattern to optimize...
...French-stitched leather door panel inserts and fake wood trim that almost fooled them.Under the hood, the engine's Porsche pedigree seems to have detoured around the performance manuals, for the 2.5-liter straight six can't keep up with the competitions' 2-plus-liter fours. Producing 155 hp, five less than a 2004 Honda four, it can motivate the rather plump 3,446-pound Verona to a not-very-impressive 10.7-second 0-60 stroll. Reviewers complained about cold-weather starting and a torque-hungry, gear-hunting four-speed automatic transmission.The Verona offers a comfortable ride with most of the...