The Honda Accord is a very important vehicle Honda it’s not only one of the best selling vehicles in Honda’s lineup but it’s also best selling vehicles period. It’s solid record of good reliability resale value and well rounded nature have all helped it to where it is today. For 2018 Honda Accord sees a crucial mid cycle refresh to keep it more competitive so Honda could not screw this up. Highlights of the vehicle includes refreshed exterior and interior styling and with a bunch of safety tangs.
The new styling of the Accord is done really well and it now looks more accurate like especially with the new fully chromed grill. It have LED fog lights and LED daytime running lights and halogen projector beam headlights are also in option. The wheels are very distinctive looking 17-inch alloys. LED turning light are incorporated in side mirrors. The taillights are restyled LED’s and it have very nice wing spoiler. On the rear spoiler it have a really nice chrome accent.
Build quality and materials in the new 2018 Honda Accord are pretty average for the class. It have a really soft touch materials on the doors as well as on the dashboard. Is it best in the class not quite but however it is certainly in the middle of the class. The Sensing package for the Accord includes collision mitigation braking system with collision warning, lane keeping system, road departure mitigation with lane departure warning. Seats are pretty soft and coated in leather and comfortable.
Under the hood of a 2018 Honda Accord is a 2.4-Liter inline four-cylinder engine, this one is carried over from the last generation because it is very good. it produces a 185 horsepower at 6,400 rpm and 181 pound feet of torque at 3,900 rpm. EPA fuel efficiency is 27 mpg in the city and 37 mpg on the highway. Other drive-train options are 2.4-Liter 4-cylinder or a 3.5-Liter V6. All engines are mated with a six-speed CVT automatic or a six-speed manual with front wheel drive. All engines are powered with regular unleaded fuel.
2018 Honda Accord Pricing
The pricing of the 2018 Honda Accord starts at LX trim 22,165 dollars, sport model stars at $24,165 the EX trim starts at $25,480, The EXL starts at $28,570 and then the Turing starts at 34,580. Main competitors are: Mazda Mazda 6, Volkswagen Passat, Kia Optima, 2018 Hyundai Sonata, 2018 Ford Fusion, 2018 Nissan Altima and Chevrolet Malibu.