CHICAGO – The all-new '03 Honda Accord, fitted with the auto maker's new 2.4L SOHC I-4 mated to a 5-speed automatic transmission, earns the partial zero-emissions vehicle (PZEV) rating in California, Honda sources say here. The new Accord line went on sale last month, and Honda says all 4-cyl., 5-speed automatic versions sold in California will earn PZEV credits. To qualify for PZEV classification, all emissions control elements will be warranted for 15 years or 150,000 miles (242,000 ...

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