The Honda Accord is one of the few cars on the market that can be trusted with a rear brake system that’s still in beta.
The Japanese automaker announced today that it’s making the change.
The rotors that hold the rear brake pedal on Honda’s rotors are the ones that are used on the CVT models, according to Honda.
Honda says the new rotor seals will be lighter and will be able to hold a greater amount of torque and give the car a smoother ride.
In an update to the CVTs, Honda said it has tweaked the way it will control the brake pedal by replacing the brake caliper with a rotor, which is a bit more stiff.
The caliper’s rotational force is reduced, meaning it will now be easier to grip and to hold the pedal in place.
Honda will also be replacing the rotor seals with a new design, and Honda says it has a design team that is “working on new rotor seals and rotor seals seals with other brands.”
While the new caliper will not be a permanent change, Honda says that it will help improve the ride quality of CVTs.
In addition, Honda will be improving the braking system by replacing “the brake calicos with more efficient rotor seals.”