I don't see anything.
I see some 500 in the taillights, but it's somehow even blander than before, how did they do it!
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At least they gave the sedan exposed dual exhaust tips. They tried to hard to give last year's the German "tucked under" exhaust look.
Honda did the triangle tail lights in the early-mid 90's, so that's like a retro design cue for them. When I saw the Five Hundred's tail lights, I thought 1994 Accord immediately.
Looks exactly like the 2003 accord coupe back end to me
From that angle, yes it does look like the Five Hundred. However, other views make it look more like the Accord coupe.
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That is one stupid looking accord coupe! Dual exhaust and a diffuser on an Accord?!!!Originally Posted by SobeSVT
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Honda's design staff SUCKS. In the 90's they made boring, but inoffensive cars. Now they build cars that are less exciting, and acually uglier!
Thank god I'm not a Honda fan, otherwise I'd be very depressed
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Is it just me, or does the restyle make the back of the car look more Camry-esque, as in too tall and bloated? Because I don't think the '03-'05 look bloated like that.
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