It might seem odd that the current 2017 Honda Accord is based around a ninth-generation body that kicked off in 2012, given the vehicle’s modern appearance and technology. However, we can now start looking forward to the tenth generation thanks to recent 2018 Honda Accord spy shots published by Autoblog.

Civic-Inspired Shape

Expectations regarding the 2018 Honda Accord still have to be taken with a grain of salt; after all, spy shots only snapped a prototype, which was covered in the customary camouflaging.

However, that camouflaging couldn’t hope to conceal the 2018 Accord’s new fastback roofline and reduced trunk line. Such a profile and arching roofline indicate that the Accord is taking cues from the immensely popular and critically acclaimed 10th-generation Civic Sedan. Expect sleeker lines and improved visibility.

Further Upgrades

Spy shots failed to get much of a look inside the 2018 Honda Accord prototype, but we’re assuming that the current two-screen setup will remain.

Similarly, we haven’t yet discerned what might be under the hood. It’s probably a safe bet that some kind of four-cylinder will remain as the vehicle’s standard powerhouse, but we wouldn’t be surprised to see the current V6 replaced with a turbo four. Such a move could maintain high-end power while improving mpg ratings.

The 2017 Honda Accord

It’s hard not to be excited about the 2018 Honda Accord spy shots when you consider just how much is on offer from the 2017 model. If you’re looking for a midsize sedan, the Accord is just impossible to ignore. Constantly refined over its long life as one of the most popular vehicles around, its stats speak for themselves:

  • Up to 27 mpg in the city and 36 mpg on the highway* with a four-cylinder engine and a CVT.
  • Up to 185 hp as standard or 278 hp with the available V6.
  • Up to 15.8 cubic feet of trunk space

We Can’t Wait to Find Out More About the 2018 Honda Accord

The 2018 Accord spy shots have certainly given us a taste for more information concerning the model. A full reveal is expected sometime next year, but we’ll continue to bring you more information as we receive it, so keep checking back or contact Walla Walla Valley Honda today.

* 23 city / 32 highway / 26 combined mpg rating for 6MT models. 27 city / 36 highway / 30 combined mpg rating for CVT models. 26 city / 34 highway / 29 combined mpg rating for Sport CVT models. 21 city / 33 highway / 25 combined mpg rating for V-6 models. Based on 2017 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.

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