Honda Accord

Updated 2021 Honda Accord Gains Features and Sport SE Trim

Updated 2021 Honda Accord Gains Features and Sport SE Trim
Honda has revealed the official list pricing and new features and details for the 2021 Accord. One of the biggest changes for the line is the addition of the Sport SE replacing the Accord EX 1.5T.
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2018 Honda Accord 2.0T Sport Review: Untapped Euro R Potential

2018 Honda Accord 2.0T Sport Review: Untapped Euro R Potential
For years, Honda has teased us with glimpses of the Civic Type R ripping around on foreign soil; a 4-piston piece of Japanese engineered agility and hi-revving revelry with zero interest in sitting on American sales floors.
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2018 Honda Accord Is New from Top-to-bottom

2018 Honda Accord Is New from Top-to-bottom
After teasing us a bit last month, Honda has gone official with the new 10th generation Accord. The new car has 2.16″ longer wheelbase, 0.59″ lower overall height, and 0.39″ wider body than the outgoing model all while being 0.39″ shorter in overall length.The
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Honda Teases All-new 2018 Accord and It Doesn’t Look Boring

Honda Teases All-new 2018 Accord and It Doesn’t Look Boring
If you really don’t like to stand out, the car for you has traditionally been something bland that the eye glances right over like the Toyota Camry or Honda Accord. Honda has teased a concept sketch of the all-new 2018 Accord and the vehicle looks really cool.
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Review: 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid

Review: 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid
The Accord Hybrid is back, and better than ever. To account for a change in production, the best-selling sedan in America didn’t come as a hybrid last year. This Accord is now produced overseas in Japan rather than Ohio like all the other Accords.
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2017 Honda Accord Hybrid Gets 49mpg City

2017 Honda Accord Hybrid Gets 49mpg City
Honda has announced that its 2017 Accord Hybrid will launch this spring and that it is the most fuel-efficient version yet. The car has a two motor hybrid powertrain and is expected to get an EPA rating of 49mpg city, which is certainly impressive.
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