In short: style, safety and performance. Just watch this Honda Accord showcase video with Dublin Honda General Sales Manager, Steven Bado and you’ll understand. But if you like reading, by all means, read on.
Head-turning style, it’s the number one reason our customers take the 2018 Honda Accord Sport out for a test drive. They want to be seen in it and for good reason. From its frontend aerodynamic sports grille and 19 inch sports wheels, to its full-body sculpted high-performance lines and beautiful deck lift spoiler with dual exhaust. The Honda Accord Sport is a beauty.
Surprise! Most customers purchase Hondas because they’re safe, reliable vehicles, and the 2018 Honda Accord Sport is no different. In fact, on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best, the 2018 Honda Accord Sport received an overall crash rating of 5-stars, which includes frontal, side and rollover risk.
The style catches the eye, the safety keeps customers interested, and the performance seals the deal. The 2018 Honda Accord Sport has a 1.5 turbo-charged engine, 192 horsepower, and a 192-lb of torque. You can drive a Honda Sport up to Tahoe or Napa and not only will your Accord Sport perform, you won’t break the bank. The 2018 Honda Accord Sport has an EPA* estimated rating of 35 mpg for highway miles.
Bonus Reason for Readers: Driver-Centric Interior
The Honda Accord Sport is designed around the driver. There’s no reaching or stretching or odd ergonomics involved, as the driver of a 2018 Honda Accord Sport you’ll find the following at your fingertips: digital tachometer, digital display, high resolution 8” digital screen, climate control, USB charging support, and a couple of big cupholders.
Come test drive the 2018 Honda Accord Sport and see what it’s like to stand out from the crowd. If you have any questions, stop by our Dublin Honda dealership located on the corner of 680 and 580 in Dublin, California. We’re here for you.
*Based on 2018 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition, powertrain condition, and other factors.