Hey there Honda Accord lovers, even though Honda has killed the two-door for the Accord’s 10th generation, the 10th gen.
Accord looks FINE! Here’s what you are in store for;
The 2-door variant is not the only thing the auto giant has changed with the new sedan. It has also decided to drop the solid but ageing V6 for a turbocharged inline four.
The Accord is somewhat similar to the Honda Civic, it looks longer, wider, and lower with a steep-back roof design. The wheel-base has expanded by 2.16in and the leg-space has increased by 2.5in.
The front-wheel drive has shorter overhangs, giving it a sportier look. The large grille has a chrome bar running across the centre and on certain trims is flanked by LED headlights and fog lights. In back, the Accord features LED taillights and dual-exhaust ports.
Features & Specs
The Accord features upgraded tech front and infotainment functions boast an 8-in Display Audio touchscreen which has traditional knobs for tuning and volume. It also has Andriod Auto and Apple CarPlay capability, along with HondaLink and roadside assistance.
It also features remote locking and unlocking, engine start, remote diagnostics and speed tracking. A new configurable 6-inch head-up display is included on range-topping Touring versions. Wireless charging, 4G LTE in-car Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi over-the-air system updates are available as options.
Although the final lineup isn’t set in stone as of this writing, Honda says the 1.5-liter engine will be available in six trim levels: LX, Sport, EX, EX-L, EX-L Navi, and Touring. The 2.0-liter engine will be available in just four models: Sport, EX-L, EX-L Navi, and Touring.
The 2018 Honda Accord 10th gen. is priced around $22,455.
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