The 2003 model year is a busy one for new vehicle introductions within the Honda line. An extensively redesigned of the Honda Accord Sedan and Accord Coupe for 2003 is larger in size compared to its predecessor and includes a new four-cylinder engine. The new Honda Accord's other perks include the availability of a factory-installed GPS navigation system. Honda treks deeper into the family utility vehicle domain with a car-based replacement to the Passport. Larger and more powerful than the CR-Z, the 2003 Honda Pilot is an in-house developed sport utility providing seating for up to eight occupants. Differing greatly from the Pilot, Honda's brand-new Element is a radical idea for a hip, versatile utility vehicle. Wide door openings and a highly-configurable interior are among features found on the 2003 Honda Element. For 2003, the Honda Pilot and Accord could be fitted with XM Satellite Radio as a dealer-installed option.