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2021 Honda Accord | Review & Road Test

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The 10th generation honda accord arrived for the 2018 model year so no it’s not new but the accord is worth revisiting because honda has given it a light refresh and they still sell a ton of them first what’s new well following a mid-cycle refresh there’s that graphic the accord benefits from subtly refreshed exterior styling updated features and a new sonic gray

Pearl paint color that i probably wouldn’t have mentioned if our test car hadn’t come covered in it as a man of the people i’m happy to report that this vivid 8-inch touchscreen with its intuitive interface and vivid icons and apple carplay and android auto smartphone integration has slipped its way down to the lx trim that’s the cheapest one honda has also updated

The standard honda sensing suite of active driver assists they say the adaptive cruise control decelerates more smoothly and the lane keeping assist system has a more natural lane centering feel oh yeah that’s got to be at least 13 percent more natural feeling in terms of safety a rear seat belt reminder comes standard and a low speed braking control feature has

Been added to the touring trim utilizing the parking sensors to warn of impacts and if need be automatically applying the brakes at speeds under six miles per hour elsewhere honda has changed the accelerator yielding snappier responses though maximum acceleration remains the same while ex trims and above now offer all led lighting wireless phone charging wireless

Carplay and android auto and rear usb ports whose omission i complained about in my original 2018 accord review ooh the years have not been kind to me none of those updates are life offering but they do enhance an already competent package to remind you of that competence here is a montage for a midsize car rear seat legroom is absurd unfortunately i’m too damn

Average to really show it off my danger show them what i’m talking about i guess this is for a tall guy up front the layout is simple and functional with clearly labeled buttons and controls oh and when you turn the knobs they have a nice little click the trunk provides a healthy 16.7 cubic feet enhanced by a sizeable sizable pass-through to the cabin speaking

Of the cabin features a big center console a deep usb adjacent storage area and a highly adjustable driver seat as a bonus even with the steering wheel set low like i like i can still see the gauge cluster unobstructed all right that’s enough montage it’s a useful gimmick that i’d rather not wear out amongst all the praise i should also note that more premium

Rear door panels might be nice in our 32 000 tester and i also noticed a sizeable gap on the passenger side of the hood insert your tesla panel gap joke here today i’m driving this sonic gray pearl honda accord there’s mike danger say hi mike danger this uh gap on the hood looks kind of massive moving on the accord drives really well visibility is clear in all

Directions road noise is a distant rumble and the steering offers good heft with direct predictable responses from the chassis before i forget let’s test that acceleration response yeah that feels a little snappier while on the subject of acceleration the honda accord’s turbocharged four-cylinder engine roster includes a 1.5 liter that’s powerful enough for

Most buyers needs and there’s also a 2-liter i’m driving the 2-liter let’s see how she pulls she pulls strong i’ve made a scene the 1.5 liter is matched to a continuously variable transmission that among cvts is comparatively inoffensive meanwhile the 2-liter is partnered with a generally transparent 10-speed automatic transmission filling out the powertrain

Lineup is the accord hybrid whose 2-motor hybrid powertrain and lithium-ion battery pack delivers stellar efficiency for a mid-size sedan wow that is impressive in base sub 25 000 dollar form the accord lx trim includes dual zone automatic climate control eight airbags including front knee airbags and the previously mentioned honda sensing suite of active driver

Assist technologies available on higher trims are heated front and rear seats leather smart key entry to accompany the standard push button start ventilated front seats and reserved for the loftiest touring trim adaptive dampers to improve ride and handling competing for your mid-size today and attention are the sporting mazda6 the unexpectedly sassy toyota camry

The intriguing hyundai sonata plus plenty of others in short you’ve got a lot of great choices but if you come to me and say hey micah should i buy a 10th generation accord yeah sure i’ll still give you my blessing danger can car reviewers give blessings yeah all right then you were blessed you

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