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OK-- finally got to drive my diamond wht EXL CT 2WD on a trip-- after reading all the postings i expected delays in accelleration and or slower take off-- did not find that -- it takes off great from the line and there is not any lag in passing at highway speeds. Now, with approx 2,300 miles on it -- the CT is just starting to show its metal-- great ride and roomy as hell.

Went back to the dealer to look at the available accessories and also drove a 2010 V6 sedan for comparison. The CT feels just as peppy. Getting back into a STD sized accord sedan felt like putting on a pair of too small pants!:)

just ordered the splash guards on line from ebay-- dealer's price is over $50 more with tax than on line. It's an easy install with just a screwdriver

one extra that I just saw at the dealer was 20 inch chrome wheels with 50 series low profile goodyear tires for approx 3K.

Has anyone driven one with these wheels and tires or have this on their CT? If so how does it effect handling?
 

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OK-- finally got to drive my diamond wht EXL CT 2WD on a trip-- after reading all the postings i expected delays in accelleration and or slower take off-- did not find that -- it takes off great from the line and there is not any lag in passing at highway speeds. Now, with approx 2,300 miles on it -- the CT is just starting to show its metal-- great ride and roomy as hell.

Went back to the dealer to look at the available accessories and also drove a 2010 V6 sedan for comparison. The CT feels just as peppy. Getting back into a STD sized accord sedan felt like putting on a pair of too small pants!:)

just ordered the splash guards on line from ebay-- dealer's price is over $50 more with tax than on line. It's an easy install with just a screwdriver

one extra that I just saw at the dealer was 20 inch chrome wheels with 50 series low profile goodyear tires for approx 3K.

Has anyone driven one with these wheels and tires or have this on their CT? If so how does it effect handling?
Not driven the CT with the 20's but the steering will likely feel a little heavier due to wider contact patch.
On the CT with light steering that wouldn't be hard to manage. IMHO.
 
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