2018 Honda Accord: New In Every Way; Boasts Of Reliability And Sportier Demeanor

Aug 12, 2017 01:08 AM EDT | Paul Urban

The 2018 Honda Accord is every single bit new. It is different compared to its predecessor, which makes it easily everyone's favorite sedan. There are myriad of reasons for such incredible fan base.

Honda Accord comes with a history. The Accord has an untarnished 41-year history since its first model was released in 1976. Since then, the Accord was unstoppable and just recently, the 10th generation was released.

Finally, the official unveiling took place. Experts and enthusiasts were on their toes for the longest time. Various speculations and rumors surfaced since early this year.

The 2018 Honda Accord comes new in most aspects. First off, LED low beam headlights and taillights are available for the 10th generation model. The latest unit also boasts a longer hood and shorter trunk. Honda decided to have a more athletic looking sedan, and they made it materialize through the Accord.

Unfortunately, the two-door Accord Coupe is no longer available for 2018. However, if one is keen, Honda Civic offers such. The Civic is also a hugely popular Honda car, so this may not be an issue altogether.

The 2018 Honda Accord is about passenger comfort and experience. It boasts a larger interior, which gives passengers more legroom and headroom. The rear passengers particularly enjoy the added space because of its increased wheelbase.

The current Honda Accord has sold 160,091 units, as of June of this year. The 2018 Honda Accord's figure projects more sales than the current model. The encouraging number is mainly from the redesign and 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine.

The latest Accord's infotainment system comes to play as well. It has eight-inch Display Audio touchscreen compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The HondaLink has roadside assistance, remote locking and unlocking, engine start and much more.

The 2018 Honda Accord is surely worth the wait. It provides a slew of updates features accentuated by its sportier look and demeanor.

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