Why 2018 Honda Accord Is Definitely Worth The Wait

Jun 05, 2017 04:12 AM EDT | Paul Urban

The 2018 Honda Accord is definitely worth the worth according to experts. The upcoming Accord may well be a great addition to the long list of Honda's successful and impressive car line-up.

The 2018 Honda Accord is the 10th generation Accord. This sedan has its eyes set on competing neck-and-neck with Toyota and Chevrolet. Honda has mastered the art of keeping buyers interested in their products. Their never-ending innovation makes its products enticing and irresistible.

The upcoming Accord is expected to follow the footsteps of the smaller Civic. Its contemporary styling sets it apart. The front design is reported to be dominated by thin-wedge LED headlamps and large multi-slatted chrome grille. It also boasts of aggressive lower intake detailing.

Its technology is expected to follow the lead of the latest Honda Civic. With this, it remains subtle but with better materials and infotainment system. The underpinning of the new Accord has shared the new CR-V's platform.

It is reported to come with turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder used in the Civic and CR-V. It is capable of producing around 200-horsepower. There are also rumors suggesting that the Accord might cut its V-6 engine for a turbocharged four, similar to that of Civic Type R. It can produce between 270 and 280-horsepower.

The base unit of 2018 Honda Accord is expected to be priced at $23,330. It will definitely be pricier as one chooses the fully loaded versions. It is expected to go as steep as $30,000. However, this is not bad for such a vehicle.

As the 2018 Toyota Camry has undergone some radical changes, the 2018 Honda Accord is one not to be left out. It may be subtle in terms of its suspension and some interior touches, but it is set to come completely redesigned. This is definitely an epic battle of the Japanese giants as the 2018 Honda Accord goes on sale by the end of the year.

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