Another Honda Civic? Much bolder, yeap! Having revealed the 10th-generation Honda Accord, the Japanese carmaker made several long-awaited and much-discussed about modifications to one of its most well-executed midsize sedans ever. Hitting the showrooms this fall, the stunning Honda Accord drops completely the V6 in favour of all four-cylinder (in fact, a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four) power and two-mode hybrid system. The latest-gen Accord will be offered in a number of trims including Touring, Sport, EX-L Navi or EX.
Getting a 10-speed automatic transmission and a restyled MacPherson suspension, the Accord is claimed to be the first FWD car with such kind of gearbox. Transmission comes mated to a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four unit churning out 252 horsepower at 6,500rpm. And there is plenty, tons of tech stuffing inside the cabin including an 8-inch infotainment system to support AndroidAuto and AppleCarPlay, adaptive cruise with low-speed follow, collision detection technology along with active and passive safety system. Starting price is expected to kick off $22,455.