Substitute BMW, white and blue roundel on a stylized "H" in the middle of the steering wheel and a few drivers would come out, they were operating in 2010 Honda Accord EX-L (L for leather) V6 sedan and not a BMW. If you could keep the charade going, many would like that better than BMW.
First, few can tell the difference between the 271 horsepower produced by the Accord’s 3.5-liter V6 and the 300-plus horses available in some BMW’s. Most drivers will, thankfully, release the gas pedal long before either engine has a chance to show its full potential. The Honda’s five-speed automatic up-shifts with a precision virtually indistinguishable from a BMW, though it lacks the gimmicky computerized double-clutch downshifts found on some.
Next, the Accord EX-L, BMW-driving is taut and its management has the same confidence-inspiring feeling, as well as bids from Munich. Indeed, our rear-expected-and should-appreciated bit less rigid suspension from Honda. (But they were very satisfied with head-and leg room but complained about the noise level. Honda seats, front and rear wheels have the same butt-gripping the support that it has long been found in the BMW.