The 2013 Honda Accord has both 4 cylinder and 6 cylinder cars, however, only the 4 cylinder cars have a continuously variable transmission (CVT). I was wondering... is there any particular reason for this?
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There's no fundamental reason you can't have a CVT with a 6-cylinder engine. The simplest explanations I can think of are: