The 2018 Honda Accord will have big changes

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Major changes are on the horizon for Honda Accord's 2018 10 th -Generation best seller.

A few of these changes include, getting rid of the optional 3.5-liter V-6 and replacing with power provided by a pair of direct-injected, turbocharged inline-four-cylinders displacing 1.5 and 2.0 liters. Peak horsepower for the new engine will be available at 5500 rpm, and peak torque at 1500 rpm.

There will be reshaping, including a long, sloping backlinght, short trailing edges on the rear door windows, and full length character line running stern to stern. There will be a handful of noise-reducing measures for front and rear engine, as well as new windshield glass. Every 2018 Accord will also have an analog volume knob as well as knob for tuning.

The new Accord will be in showrooms this fall!

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