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Introducing the 2018 Honda Accord

The Honda Accord is a perennial favorite, offering midsize-car buyers a practical, reliable choice—year after year. Accord has earned a stellar reputation of class-leading reliability and durability, outstanding fuel efficiency, low emissions, and top-class safety performance through continuous improvement and innovation. The Accord has been given a generous redesign for 2018 and now offers a plethora of options and customization to sweeten the deal even further.

Exterior

Honda has updated the Accord by utilizing a new brazing process in the body, making the side panels even cleaner and smoother than originally.

Engine

No matter what option you choose for your power supply, you will not be without a robust and capable engine.

Driver Assistance

Every 2018 Accord will now be equipped with an analog volume knob and turning knob, no more frustrating touch dials with fluctuating responsiveness.

Interior

Interior passenger volume has been increased by 2.5 cubic feet to 106 cubic feet total, and the rear additionally offers 2 more inches of legroom—much appreciated by the tallest among us.

Available Options

An available 12-way power driver’s seat features height-adjustable lumbar support, and both front-seat occupants now can be treated to heated and ventilated front seats.









Exterior

The Accord has been given subtle design updates this year, including a sharp new taillight design reminiscent of the sporty coupe, the Civic Type R. Honda has also updated the Accord by utilizing a new brazing process in the body, making the side panels even cleaner and smoother than originally.

Engine

The 2018 Honda Accord is available with three different powertrains: a turbocharged 1.5 L 4 cylinder paired to a CVT transmission (or six speed manual if you go for the Sport trim) that generates 192 horsepower; a, likewise turbocharged, 2.0 L 4 cylinder with a 10-speed automatic at 252 horsepower; or the hybrid option equipped with a 2.0 L Atkinson-cycle 4 cylinder paired to two electric motors. No matter what option you choose for your power supply, you will not be without a robust and capable engine.

Technology

Every 2018 Accord will now be equipped with an analog volume knob and turning knob, no more frustrating touch dials with fluctuating responsiveness. Alongside a more usable interface comes a variety of audio systems: the Accord LX gets a four-speaker, 160-watt system; Sport and EX trims get an eight-speaker, 180-watt system; and the EX-L and Touring will enjoy the range topping 10-speaker, 450-watt sound system. A 6.0-inch head-up display is included in the Touring as well.

Always pay careful attention to the road, and do not drive while distracted. Driver assistance features are not substitutes for attentive driving. See Owner’s Manual for further details, and important limitations.

Interior

Interior passenger volume has been increased by 2.5 cubic feet to 106 cubic feet total, and the rear additionally offers 2 more inches of legroom—much appreciated by the tallest among us. Trunk capacity is also given a boost from 16 cubic feet to 17. The Accord is spacious and comfortable. An available 12-way power driver’s seat features height-adjustable lumbar support, and both front-seat occupants now can be treated to heated and ventilated front seats.