In the world where people are moving towards hybrid and crossover cars, are sedans really relevant? The short answer, YES.
Around the world, especially in Pakistan people are still hung over the comfort of a sedan and the Japanese automaker, Honda is ready to bank this never ending fever.
Last Friday, the automobile giant revealed its 10th-generation Honda Accord 2018 in Detroit and we can see some good updates from its predecessor.
Honda Accord is slightly lower and wider from the outside but as compared to the current car, it is shorter in overall length. One of the upgrades involves 2.5 inches increased legroom for the passengers in the back.
One of the coolest features include an 8-inch Display Audio touchscreen which has traditional knobs, Thank God for that. It can connect with iPhone or Android devices and also has other tricks up its sleeve including HondaLink telematics system which can provide support like roadside assistance, remote locking and unlocking, engine start, remote diagnostics and speed tracking etc.
Honda Accord 2018 will officially launch in this fall and will feature new engines including turbocharged gasoline power plants, available hybrid powertrains, and a 10-speed automatic transmission. The driver can additionally add wireless charging capability and 4G LTE service in the car as well.
Its various safety features include; Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS), Road Departure Mitigation System (RDM), Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS) and Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR).