Honda is introducing an all-new 10th generation Accord sedan, a model that’s been among the best-selling cars in the U.S. over most of the last four decades. As if to celebrate its sedan status and differentiate itself from the legions of shiny new crossovers and SUVs automakers are dangling in front of car buyers, Honda crafted a car that’s so sleek and well-appointed that you could put an Acura badge on it.
Midsize sedan sales will top 2 million units this year, so if you plan to take a new Accord for a test drive, you’ll have plenty of company. The 2018 Accord lineup starts with the $23,570 LX base model and runs up to the fully loaded Touring 2.0 at $35,800. Other models include the Sport, EX and EX-L. Also coming early in 2018 is a third-generation Accord hybrid, on which there will be a drive report later this year.