2018 Honda Accord first drive: No more bland

I know what you’re thinking: “It’s a Honda Accord. Skip to the mileage estimates and whether or not there’s room for a car seat in the back, and then we’re done here, Mr. Automotive Writer Guy.”

Fine. I will tell you up-front that car seats will fit easily into the back seat. Two of them, actually, with nice sturdy anchor points and everything. Wide rear doors make moving cargo and car seats fairly painless. But I’m going to make you wait on the mileage, because there is a lot more going on with this “mid-size sedan” than grocery trips and doctor’s appointments.

Everything you need to know about the “Newly-Redesigned Tenth-Generation 2018 Honda Accord 2.0T Touring Sedan” is all in the adjectives. All the stuff before the word “Sedan” is what we’re gonna talk about below. I pretty much covered what you need to know about “Sedan” in the previous paragraph – except the mileage. Have patience.

Newly Redesigned

From the wheelbase to the headroom, it’s brand-spanking new. New engines, new (for the Accord) transmission, new suspension, new trim level, new fake wood, and new real leather. On the outside, the car is less complacent than the prior generation.

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