2018 Accord Trims and Features Revealed

October 7th, 2017 by

Honda has published the feature list for the forthcoming 2018 Accord Sedan. Here’s a look at what you can expect each model to come standard with.

First up is the 1.5-liter Turbo series, which will be the first models to arrive this month. The 1.5T Sport model has a 6-speed manual transmission option, or you can get it with the continuously variable transmission that’s standard on other trims.

Unlike the previous generation, you’ll have an engine option for the higher Touring trim now.

1.5 Turbo LX

1.5T Engine (192hp)
LED Headlamps (Low only)
Honda Sensing
17″ Alloy Wheels
Front Knee Airbags
Smart Start
LED DRLs
Rearview Camera
Dual Zone HVAC
Auto Headlights
Bluetooth Phone
USB Audio Interface
LED Taillights
LED Turn Signals
TFT Color Meter
1.5 Turbo Sport – Add to LX

19″ Alloy Wheels
12-way Power Driver Seat
Display Audio
LED Fog Lights
Combi Seats
Rear Spoiler
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto Compatibility
Leather Steering Wheel
Paddle Shifters w/ CVT
8-speaker audio (from 4)
60/40 Rear Split Seat
Leather Shift Knob
Exhaust Finishers
Unique Grille Design
Aluminum Pedals
1.5 Turbo EX – Add to LX

Power moonroof
12-way Power Driver Seat
Blind Spot Information
Display Audio
LED Fog Lights
Heated front seats
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto Compatibility
HD Radio & XM
Heated mirrors
Smart Entry
Remote Engine Start
8-speaker audio (from 4)
Rear Ventilation
60/40 Split Rear Seats
Cross Traffic Monitor
Driver Seat pocket
1.5 Turbo EX-L – Add to EX

Leather Seats
4-way Power Pass. Seat
Autodim Mirror w/ Homelink
Leather Steering Wheel
Memory Driver Seat
Side mirrors w/ turn signals
Leather Shift Knob
10-speaker audio (from 8)
1.5 Turbo EX-L Navi – Add to EX-L

Navigation
1.5 Turbo Touring – Add to EX-L Navi

19″ Alloy Wheels
HUD
Adaptive Dampers
Full LED Headlights
Telematics
Front Ventilated Seats
Heated Rear Seats
Parking Sensors
Reverse Auto Tilt Mirrors
Rain Sensing Wipers
Wireless Charging
Paddle Shifters (w/ AT)
Exhaust Finishers
Door Ambient Lighting
Courtesy Lights
Next up is the 2.0-liter Turbo series. While the 1.5T Sport builds on the LX’s features, the 2.0T Sport builds off of the EX’s features. The 2.0T models come standard with Honda’s new 10-speed automatic transmission, or you can opt for the Sport with a 6-speed manual.

The 2.0T models are expected to being arriving in November.

2.0 Turbo Sport – Add to EX 1.5T

Add 67hp (252 vs. 192)
10AT (from CVT)
19″ Alloy Wheels
Combi Seat
Rear Spoiler
Paddle Shifters (w/ 10AT)
Leather Steering Wheel
Exhaust finishers
Aluminum Pedals
2.0 Turbo EX-L – Add to EX-L 1.5T

Add 67hp (252 vs. 192)
10AT (from CVT)
Paddle Shifters (w/ 10AT)
Exhaust finishers
Courtesy lights
2.0 Turbo EX-L Navi – Add to EX-L 2.0T

Navigation
2.0 Turbo Touring – Add to Touring 1.5T

Add 67hp (252 vs. 192)
10AT (from CVT)
Courtesy lights
Accord Hybrids will begin production later this year in Honda’s Marysville, Ohio production facility. There will be five versions this year (up from three).

Hybrid

2.0 HEV Engine
17″ Alloy Wheels
LED Headlights (Low only)
Knee Airbags
Dual Zone HVAC
Auto Headlights
Bluetooth
LED Tailights
Rearview Camera
USB Audio Interface
LED DRLs
LED Turn Signals
Smart Start
Honda Sensing
TFT Color Meter
Remote Engine Start
60/40 split rear seats
Smart Entry
Hybrid EX – Add to Hybrid

8-speaker audio (from 4)
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto Compatibility
Heated front seats
Power moonroof
Heated mirrors
12-way Power Driver Seat
Display Audio
LED Fog Lights
HD Radio & XM
Driver Seat pocket
Rear ventilation
Blind Spot Information
Hybrid EX-L – Add to Hybrid EX

10-speaker audio (from 8)
Leather Seats
Auto Dim Rear View Mirror w/ Homelink
Outside mirrors w/ turn signals
Leather Steering Wheel
Memory Driver Seat
Power Pass. Seat
Courtesy Lights
Hybrid EX-L Navi – Add to Hybrid EX-L

Navigation
Hybrid Touring – Add to Hybrid EX-L Navi

HUD
Adaptive Dampers
Front Ventilated Seats
Wireless Charging
Telematics w/ Smart Phone Entry
Rain Sensing Wipers
Parking Sensors
Heated Rear Seats
Full LED Headlights
Door Handle Ambient Lighting
Reverse Auto Tilt Mirrors
All 2018 models will include the Honda Sensing safety systems, including the manual transmission models. Honda Sensing includes Forward Collision Warning, Crash Mitigation Braking System, Lane Keep Assist, Road Departure Mitigation, and Adaptive Cruise Control.

The first 2018 Accords will be available October 18th, 2017.

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