The new look Honda Accord has not been redesigned into a sports car or as a limousine. But the brand new look for 2018, the Honda Accords 10th Generation is excellent, outstanding, mechanically sound model. In addition, it comes with the Civic Type R engine and six gear manual transmission.
The new model of Honda Accord is actually nowhere near as energetic and raucous or full of style as the R Type of the Civic – the one it shares some of its key components. Though, it is a lot more sophisticated than the new hot hatch of Honda and the predecessor of its own. The quality of the interior alone has made such a large evolution from the outgoing model of Accord, that it almost seems like it’s heading towards completely buying out of Acura – Honda’s very own luxury brand – totally futile.
There are reports circling around that the conventional base sedans are slowly easing out of style and any car that is not a compact hybrid might as well think of giving up on itself or simply look for something else. But this new model of Honda Accord is a solid case in itself for a simple classy and sassy sedan and can be stay as a dear family member for a long time to come.
This sloped-roof sedan model will lighten your pockets somewhere in the range of US$23,000 to US$36,000 depending on what and how many features do you want to install in the car. The car is now lower, has a longer wheelbase and wider than the outgoing model. The engine is 1.5 liter VTEC Turbo at 192 horsepower and 192 lb-ft and another one is the 2.0 liter VTEC Turbo.
All in all the car is one of the top class models in its category. It’s classy, elegant, and is trustworthy to function for all your transport needs.