2018 Honda Accord made its debut in the world, and our team here at Matt Castrucci Honda could not be more excited about the next vehicle. After a complete overhaul for the 2018 model year, the agreement includes various improvements and improvements.
Exterior and Interior
As for appearance, the new 2018 Honda Accord features a quick heel design in some forms similar to the Honda Civic. The grille was revised with a large chrome spoiler positioned over a larger front air intake port. The car will be more than 2 inches longer and 0.6 inches less compared to the current generation. The extra length helps improve the passenger space for the rear passenger an impressive 2.5 inches.
Inside the cab, the 2018 Honda Accord engines will enjoy better visibility due to the narrower front pillars. The dashboard has been revised and will feature a new 8-inch touch screen audio system with automatic Apple CarPlay and Android compatibility. Critics of the current car system will appreciate the addition of physical buttons for volume and height instead of having to slide the touch screen. Touring models get a new 6 inch Head Up Display will be able to view vital statistics such as current speed, turn tour and more. Technology users will appreciate the added load of NFC technology and the wireless device that allows the automatic association of the phone. The 4G LTE support will also allow live updates.
The 2018 Honda Accord is ready to reach dealers across the country starting this fall. When you arrive, car buyers will notice that the Honda Accord 2018 has a lighter, stiffer body, three new engine options and a sportier steering wheel. A big change from aficionado’s cars will notice that the Honda 2018 Accord will not be available as a coupe, but with a new exterior styling, turbo engine and 6-speed manual transmission, lots of coupe and features will be offered.
Release and Price
2018 Honda Accord will go on sale this fall, several months after the redesigned Toyota Camry 2018 and Hyundai Sonata 2018 updated. Official prices have not yet been announced. However, given the addition of Honda Sensing we expect a small bump in the price of $ 24,130 current range (tied) to the $ 35,805 deal for LX above the Touring range.