The 2018 Honda Civic vs Accord



Shown: 2018 Honda Accord

If you're looking to purchase a new car this spring, consider a sedan from Honda. Two of Honda's more popular models, the Civic and Accord, have their similarities, but there are key differences that can help you narrow your decision.

The 2018 Honda Civic

The Civic's aggressive lines and refined features mean that you'll stand out from the crowd. The sleek profile and long wheelbase give it a sporty look while the C-shaped LED taillights give it a distinct styling statement. The wide stance also adds to the Civic's sporty look. No matter what angle you view the Civic, it's the right angle. Exterior accessories that can be added include door visors, decklid spoiler, and splash guard set.

Featuring a comfortable and sophisticated interior space, the Civic is one car you'll long to return to everytime you have to get out. The driver's seat is designed to give you everything you need in a convenient, easy to read display. The segment-first electric parking brake means no lever pulling necessary when you want to put on your parking brake. With both cloth and leather seating options (depending on the trim level), you'll sit in the lap of luxury. With optional heated seats for the driver and front passenger, you'll be comfortable even on the coldest of days. With room for five, the Civic let's you bring along friends and family for the ride.

Technology options may include a Multi-Angle Rearview Camera with normal, top-down, and wide viewing angles; an integrated navigation system that's Honda Satellite-Linked; a standard USB audio interface to charge and control compatible digital devices; and Honda Sensing to help alert you to things you might miss with its suite of safety and driver assist technologies.

With up to 174 horsepower on the premium trims (158 horsepower is standard), a fully independent suspension, and two choices of transmission, the Civic performs admirably.

The 2018 Honda Accord

The base model's convenience features include a HomeLink garage door transmitter, one-touch up and down windows, illuminated entry, remote keyless entry, driver and passenger vanity mirrors, heated power door mirrors with integrated turn signals, a tilt and telescopic steering wheel with mounted audio controls, front and rear beverage holders and door bins, speed control, an overhead console, automatic temperature control, front dual zone air conditioning and distance pacing cruise control.

The 2018 Honda Accord features Bluetooth HandsFreeLink, a 7.7-inch LCD screen, AM/FM radio, radio data system, MP3 decoder, CD player and six speakers.

The 2018 Honda Accord features traction control, electronic stability control, ABS brakes, brake assist, four-wheel disc brakes, a security system and panic alarm, ignition disable, speed-sensing steering and a low tire pressure warning system.

Airbags include dual front side impact airbags, an occupant-sensing airbag, dual front impact airbags and an overhead airbag.

Additional features may include fully automatic headlights, front fog lights, delay off headlights, variably intermittent wipers, a rear window defroster, speed-sensitive wipers, active lane departure, Honda LaneWatch, and an exterior rear parking camera.

Visit Superior Honda

Stop by Superior Honda to test drive the 2018 Honda Civic and Accord and to learn more about each model's safety, security, entertainment, and convenience features. Be sure to ask your salesperson about any lease or finance offers we may be running on each model.

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