Test drivers say the Honda Accord has sharp handling, and they appreciate its roomy back seat and impressive fuel economy. Most reviewers think the Honda Accord's standard four-cylinder engine provides strong acceleration and good highway passing power, while an available V6 engine earns praise for making the Accord feel particularly swift. The base Honda Accord comes standard with a six-speed manual transmission. An automatic transmission is available, which most critics say is surprisingly responsive in the four-cylinder Accord. According to the EPA, the Accord LX sedan gets 27/36 mpg city/highway with the automatic transmission, which is very good for the class. The Accord's composed ride impresses most test drivers, as does its agility around corners. Honda Accord comes in sedan and coupe body styles. Critics report that the Accord's interior is well-built, with first-rate materials and attractive styling. The Accord draws praise for its simple Audio and climate controls, and for the sedan's spacious rear seat. The Accord sedan's trunk size meets class expectations, but the rear seat only folds down in one piece. Critics report that most of the Accord's rivals have a split-folding rear seat, which allows them to accommodate rear-seat passengers and long cargo items. Standard features include a USB port, Bluetooth, hands-free text messaging, a rearview camera, dual-zone automatic climate control and an infotainment system with an 8-inch display and Pandora integration. Available features include leather upholstery, power-adjustable heated front seats, a moonroof, navigation, adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, lane departure warning, a passenger-side blind spot camera, push-button start and a seven-speaker Audio system with satellite radio and a touch-screen display.