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Q: How do I use the beverage holders?

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How do I use the beverage holders?

Your Accord is equipped with beverage holders in the front and the rear. They’re handy for carrying your morning cup of coffee or a bottle of water after a workout at the gym. To use them, just follow these steps:

  • Front: Open the lid on the center console by, just behind the gearshift selector. Insert your beverage into the cup holder.

  • Rear: Fold down the center armrest in the back seat. You’ll find the beverage holders at the front of the armrest.

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