SAN DIEGO – Honda's Accord has had a rough 2014. Sales of the midsize sedan and coupe slumped in both January and February, shrinking the car's volume 12.9% from the first two months of 2013. It's an atypical dip for the model, at least at this early stage in its lifecycle. Traditionally the second-best-selling midsize sedan in the U.S. after Toyota's Camry, the current-generation Accord went on sale in fall 2012. But a top company official says it isn't so much ...

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