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By Chris Chilton
08 December 2006 08:30
Because the Legend gets all the hi-tech gadgets that promote Honda as a pioneer of technology and the UK arm believes that you need to be seen to offer a flagship saloon in order to sell the mass-market stuff. Plus it’s big in the United States
Night vision. Other car makers such as Cadillac have offered it before, and Merc’s latest S-class has it, but this is the first time it’s been offered in Britain on a vaguely affordable car. We’ve tried it and it really works, helping you spot pedestrians and other cars long before they’re illuminated by the headlights. Then there’s Honda’s amazing LKAS lane guidance system, which scans the road markings and steers the car for you. Although you can’t climb in the back for a snooze just yet, that day can’t be far away. The paddleshift auto ’box has just five speeds but the 3.5 V6 now puts out a useful 296bhp although it needs to be revved to perform. And let’s not forget the Super-Handling All-Wheel Drive.
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