The Honda Accord is one of America’s best-selling cars and it has been significantly updated for 2018. With the optional V-6 dropped, the Accord is now propelled by 4-cylinder power only, although a manual transmission remains available for driving enthusiasts. The 2018 Honda Accord combines room, efficiency and the latest comfort and safety features in a very compelling package. The starting MSRP is $23,570.
Pros: Available Hybrid, Roomy, Stylish, Comfortable
Cons: No Available V-6
What You Should Know: Even the base model 2018 Honda Accord comes very well-equipped with features.
Looks Best In: Platinum White exterior/Ivory interior
Coolest Feature: Adaptive Dampers, available on the top-end Touring model provide and ultra-smooth ride
Competition: Toyota Camry, Ford Fusion, Nissan Altima
Summary: The 2018 Honda Accord is a safe and practical choice for any new sedan shopper. It combines excellent fuel mileage with a smarty packaged and designed interior. Driving enthusiast who may pine for the smooth an even power delivery of a V-6 over the Accord’s turbo four options should check out the 2018 Toyota Camry, although that model does not offer a manual transmission like the Accord.
Did You Know? According to Honda, the Accord has been the top retail-selling, midsize car in America for the past six years (2011-2016).
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