Sporty Redesign Of Honda’s 2018 Accord Among Reasons For High Marks, Industry Awards

When Car and Driver magazine got behind the wheel of the 2018 Honda Accord, writers wondered if it would be able to hold its own against competitors from other major manufacturers like Mazda and Toyota.  The fact that Honda’s 2018 Accord would recently be crowned “North American Car of the Year” at the North American International Auto Show should clear up any confusion. Below, you’ll find both highlights from various media outlets that reviewed this new model and the best way to track down your very own 2018 Accord.

 

Before we dive into the landmark car-of-the-year achievement earned as part of the 2018 North American Car, Utility and Truck of the Year (NACTOY),  let’s explore the various offerings that the 2018 Accord brings to the table. For starters, the sporty redesign that formed on Honda’s drawing board wasn’t missed by Car and Driver when they lauded the newest model for its “athletic stance” and front-end stylings that are “undeniably a handsome piece.” Engineers clearly wanted a car that said “speed” as loudly as it said “sensibility.” The latter, according the magazine’s review, is accomplished through a “minimalist instrument panel” that includes an “easy-to-use and attractive touchscreen.” In its Buyer’s Guide wrap-up, MotorTrend.com went on to say that the “large trunk” and interior that “feels a class above” were among the many pros that the 2018 roll-out offered. Speaking of higher-class cars, the luxury “LX” version consists of Honda Sensing technology, push-button start, 17-inch alloy wheels, a rearview camera and much more. Of course, what’s under the hood is still important. In this latest model, you can expect to find a turbocharged 1.5-liter inline four-cylinder motor that can churn out 192 horsepower. Manual transmissions are also available on the 2018 Accord’s “sport” model offering.

 

As part of the NACTOY accolades, Road Show’s managing editor said, “Honda seems to have executed some sort of magic trick -- not only is this 10th-generation Accord far sleeker and more decisively styled than its predecessor, it’s somehow roomier inside, too.” The next question many readers may have is, “How do I find one of my own?”  We’re glad you asked, because Honda of Downtown Los Angeles is here to help. With a sales staff committed to helping customers find the exact make and model to meet their needs, those who choose this dealership for their Honda needs can benefit greatly. Conveniently located just off Venice Boulevard across from the Los Angeles Convention Center, take time out to stop by today and learn more about the 2018 Accord and many more new offerings from Honda.

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