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  1. Why Does Everyone Recommend Honda and Toyota? If you're interested in buying a used car and you've solicited advice from your friends, you've probably received many recommendations for Honda and Toyota models. Why are Honda and Toyota vehicles held in such high esteem by used-car shoppers? Should you really consider them over rivals? We have the answers. Find a used Honda for sale near you Why Honda and Toyota? People recommend Honda and Toyota models for their perceived reliability advantages over rivals. Honda and Toyota vehicles often score well in studies carried out by J.D. Power and Consumer Reports, suggesting they are highly reliable. This makes a Honda or Toyota model a good choice for a used car, since these models usually have a lot of life left in them, even if they've already covered 100,000 miles or more. Drivers also recommend Honda and Toyota models for their familiarity. Many car owners are highly familiar with them. As Honda and Toyota reliability gained popularity throughout the 1970s and 1980s, some shoppers defected from domestic brands and chose Hondas or Toyotas instead. Many of those shoppers are still satisfied Honda and Toyota customers years later, which makes them prone to recommend Honda and Toyota models to friends or family. Find a used Toyota for sale near you Are They Really Better? Unfortunately, the excellent reliability benefits of Honda and Toyota models have made their cars more expensive than most rivals on the used market. Are they really worth the extra cost? To us, the answer is yes and no. Yes, it's true almost all Honda and Toyota models are highly reliable تیرآهن 14 . In order to have a reliable car, your only option used to be buying a Honda or a Toyota, but that's no longer the case. Today, many shoppers can find similar reliability from other Japanese brands (such as Nissan, Mazda and Subaru), Korean brands (such as Hyundai and Kia) and domestic brands (including Ford, Chrysler and Chevrolet). Honda and Toyota models are still great choices for shoppers interested in a used car, but they shouldn't be the only choice. Our Take Although we often recommend Honda and Toyota models to people interested in buying a used car, we don't stop there. Armed with the knowledge that many of today's most reliable used cars come from a wide variety of brands, we also recommend everything from Ford and Mazda to Chevrolet and Hyundai. While we're impressed with Honda and Toyota reliability, we don't think shoppers interested in a dependable used car need to limit themselves to those two brands. Generally the Honda Civic is a very reliable car if maintained properly. تیرآهن 22 If you buy new, it should be a car you can drive for many years, with proper maintenance. But if you buy used, like any car, you don’t know the history, so you could end up with a lemon. Like any other used car, have your mechanic do an inspection before purchase. Is it the most reliable is hard to say. It’s near the top, but Toyota’s also make very good cars. I don’t think you can wrong with well maintained Honda Civic. We’ve had several in our family and they were always reliable, good cars. Good luck! I bought a brand new 2019 Honda Civic Hatchback Sport in February 2019. I drove a lot of miles which, is at about 30k right now. I noticed the rear floor lining is popping out under the rear right seat. The rear floor lining isn’t sitting flush against the bottom board of the car. So, because it isn’t laid flat there’s a gap. When the carpet gets stepped on, the hole that’s holding the lining underneath the plastic is stretching out causing the lining to pop out. Because the lining is underneath the front seats and the seat railing is bolted on top of the lining, it can’t be repositioned to get rid of the gap, unless all the front seats and railings get removed.
  2. Drivers attempting to choose the right Honda Accord for their lifestyle often end up asking the same question: which is the best Honda Accord model? Well, Ray Price Honda wants to help you solve this riddle, so the coming sections will be taking a dive into the features offered by each individual trim. Along with learning about the types of Honda Accord models you can select from, it's also a good idea to get behind the wheel around East Stroudsburg, Bethlehem, Stroudsburg, Jim Thorpe, and Easton to see how the sedan handles! Honda Accord LX Honda Accord Trim LevelsFirst up in comparing Accord models, we have the Honda Accord LX, the standard trim level that comes complete with a number of key features to boost overall value. For example, the Honda Sensing® system is a key addition that includes favorable safety technology, such as: Collision Mitigation Braking System™ Road Departure تیرآهن 16 Mitigation System Adaptive Cruise Control with Low-Speed Follow Lane Keeping Assist System Traffic Sign Recognition System In addition to that, you'll find a dual-zone automatic climate control system that effortlessly alters the feel of your cabin. Honda Accord Hybrid Next up is the Hybrid trim level, which is notable for its hybrid engine that significantly improves efficiency for those daily commuters, road trippers, and anyone else with an eco-friendly mindset. The hybrid in-line 4-cylinder is able to generate 181 horsepower, 232 lb-ft of torque, and receives a sterling EPA-estimated fuel economy rating of 48 city MPG/48 highway MPG.1 Honda Accord Sport Honda Accord Trims Hoping to boost the technology inside the cabin and achieve a more sporty appearance? If so, the Sport trim level is a go-to choice. Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ integration systems are introduced in this trim, giving you the ability to pair your smartphone with the car before accessing applications, music, navigation, and much more. As for appearance, the 19-inch alloy wheels are a head-turner. Honda Accord EX The Honda Accord EX trim level is a savvy choice if you want to up the luxury of your sedan. For example, there's the One-Touch Power Moonroof, which gives the cabin a much more spacious feel and is particularly alluring on clear summer nights. If you happen to be traveling around in تیرآهن 18 winter, then you'll appreciate the heated front seats. Honda Accord EX-L The EX-L trim level is a model that further enhances the interior comfort inside of the Accord by providing more convenience features. Honda Accord Interior For example, the driver's seat memory will adjust to your preferred position each time you enter. There's also the leather-trimmed interior for a touch of class and the 450-Watt premium audio system, ideal for podcasts and playlists alike. Honda Accord Touring The delightful Honda Accord Touring is the fully loaded option for this sedan and doesn't disappoint, offering most of anything you could ask for. The ventilated front seats make it easier to tackle the ever-changing elements; the wireless phone charger is a bit of cutting-edge technology; and mobile hotspot capability makes staying connected to the world a piece of cake. So, Which is the Best Honda Accord Model? Well, the right Honda Accord trim level comes down to your personal preference and particular needs around East Stroudsburg, Bethlehem, Stroudsburg, Jim Thorpe, and Easton. So, test drive the trim that grabs your attention by contacting Ray Price Honda! 1 Based on 2019 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, battery-pack/condition and other factors.
  3. Is the Honda Civic a Good Car? Yes, the Honda Civic is a good car. Available in coupe, sedan, and hatchback body styles, it has versatility that few compact cars can match, as you can get a Civic. In any iteration, this Honda is a quick and agile car that returns great gas mileage. Inside, the Civic is more upscale than many rivals, and it has ample passenger space. The touch screen could could be more user-friendly, and the Honda's subpar predicted reliability rating is a bummer, but overall, this is a great little vehicle. It also has one of the best combinations of quality and value in the segment, which is why we named it a finalist for our 2019 Best Compact Car for the Money award. Should I Buy the Honda Civic? The Civic should absolutely be one of the finalists when small-car shoppers are narrowing their options. As mentioned above, this is a well-rounded car with many more positives than negatives, and only a handful of competitors can match its overall appeal. It’s hands down a better car than rivals like the Toyota Corolla and Hyundai Elantra. Though the Civic costs more than most competitors, it’s a great buy. Should I Buy a New or Used Honda Civic? The 2019 Honda Civic is part of a generation that began with the 2016 model year. The Honda Sensing bundle of driver assistance features became standard for the 2019 model, though you can find most of these features in older models. For 2019, Honda also upgraded the exterior design, debuted a new Sport trim, and added a much-needed physical volume knob to accompany the touch-screen interface. If these changes don’t matter much to you, consider shopping for a 2017 Civic or a 2018 Civic. These models are virtually identical to each other and should cost thousands of dollars less than a new Civic. We Did the Research for You: 41 Reviews Analyzed We analyzed 41 Honda Civic reviews – along with performance specs, fuel economy estimates, and more – to help you decide if the 2019 Civic is the right new car for you. This 2019 Honda Civic review incorporates applicable research for all model years in this generation, which spans the 2016 through 2019 model years. Why You Can Trust Us U.S. News & World Report has been ranking cars, trucks, استیل هامون and SUVs since 2007, and our team has more than 75 years of combined automotive industry experience. To remain objective, we don't accept expensive gifts or trips from car companies, and an outside team manages the advertising on our site. How Much Does the Honda Civic Cost? The 2019 Honda Civic sedan starts at $19,450, which is high for a nonhybrid or alternative-fuel compact car. The Civic coupe and the Civic hatchback are a little more expensive at $20,650 and $21,450, respectively. Both the coupe and four-door versions of the sporty Civic Si retail for $24,300, and the high-performance Civic Type R will set you back at least $35,700. Honda Civic Versus the Competition Which Is Better: Honda Civic or Toyota Corolla? The Toyota Corolla is a solid car, but it isn’t as good as the Honda Civic. The Corolla has anemic performance overall, with a timid base engine and a slightly stronger available engine. The Toyota's handling is snooze-worthy, and its ride quality can suffer over harsh bumps. On the other hand, the Civic has several potent engine choices and is fun to drive. You’ll get a nicer interior, more cargo space, and better fuel economy with the Civic as well. While the Corolla features a user-friendly (and standard) touch-screen infotainment system, there’s no support for Android Auto or Apple CarPlay. You can get both of these smartphone integration features in the Civic. The Corolla has a better predicted reliability rating, but that's not enough for us to recommend it over the Civic. Which Is Better: Honda Civic or Hyundai Elantra? Like the Corolla, the Hyundai Elantra is a good car that ranks in the middle of the competitive compact car class. It has decent handling and OK engine power, but the Civic trounces it in both of these metrics. This Hyundai has one of the lowest starting prices in the class, and it's thousands less than the Civic. The Honda has a more impressive cabin, however, with lots of standard safety features, a spacious back seat, and a big trunk. Hyundai’s infotainment system is more straightforward and easier to use than the Honda's, and it has a better predicted reliability rating, but that shouldn’t be enough to sway you from the more compelling Civic.
  4. The New Civic Type R Is Hugely Fast And Is Honda's Most Powerful Car Ever In The U.S. When Honda launched its iconic NSX sports car way back in 1990, it arrived in showrooms boasting a Nurburgring lap time of 8 minutes 16 seconds. That car packed a mid-engined 3.0-liter V6 engine pumping out 280 hp. How times change. With 306 hp, the new 2.0 liter turbocharged Honda Civic Type R just trounced that record, and by over 30 seconds. Okay, so 27 years may have elapsed, engines have become smaller and more powerful, chassis, braking and suspension systems are far more advanced, the NSX was rear-wheel-drive where as the Civic is front-wheel-drive. But still, the Civic Type R’s lap time of 7 minutes 43.8 seconds is simply phenomenal making it the fastest front-drive car around Germany’s famed race track. And for the first time, Americans will have access to this car that’s being billed as the most powerful Honda to ever land in U.S. showrooms. In the world of sports cars, bragging rights mean a lot, especially when you’re king of the "Ring." For the record, that’s read – king of the "Ring" for front-drive cars. Obviously, gutsier 4WD supercars are much faster. As the Type R rolls out through 2017 in Europe, Japan and the U.S., that record lap time will no doubt be a major draw card and talking point for the brand on a global scale. What may stop some potential buyers in their tracks however is when they lay eyes on the car’s over-the-top, edgy, fanboy body kit in the flesh. It’s not pretty, but it's functional. In fact, the Type R appears to have taken design hints from an Apache attack helicopter than past Honda sports cars. In their efforts to generate the slipperiest aerodynamic profile leading to that record lap time, تیرآهن 18 Honda stylists slapped on airdams and air vents, spoilers, brake ducts and rear diffusers rivalling those of a fully blown touring race car, and a mammoth rear wing that’s been likened to a park bench. Compared to the more reserved Golf R and Focus RS rivals, this Honda is not only the most powerful to ever land on American shores, it also just happens to be the most aggressively styled Honda ever. It would look at home in a Fast and Furious movie directed by Tim Burton – edgy and plenty scary at the same time. Powered by a 306-hp turbo 2.0-liter inline-four with a six-speed manual, the Type R also employs a rev-matching function that sends output the front-wheels. Directing that much grunt to the fronts however is a classic recipe for torque steer overload, so a limited slip differential has been fitted as standard equipment. It also gets 20-inch wheels, Brembo 4-pot pistons up front and employs three driving modes. Normal. Sport and you guessed it, the essential race mode “+R.” Each one modifies dynamic parameters such as the suspension stiffness, weight of the steering and throttle response to ensure the Type R delivers on the track. Interestingly, hot laps at Nurburgring always seem to come with certain conditions. Honda says that the car used for the record breaking lap was a development model, incorporating a roll cage and with no rear seats to compensate for the added weight of the cage. The company's engineers claim that the cage adds no structural rigidity and that the lap is representative of what the production car can achieve. And given the brand’s past records, I would argue that the much lauded lap time is pretty close to the real thing. Make no mistake. The Type R will start to appear in showrooms from spring 2017. In the U.S., expect to pay just north of $35,000 while in the U.K., the sticker price will hover around £31,000.
  5. 2018 Honda Accord Review by Jasmine Moses | August 26, 2019 The 2018 Honda Accord finishes near the top of our midsize car rankings because of its excellent safety scores, expansive cabin, and numerous standard driver assistance features. Pros & Cons Great gas mileage Poised handling Expansive, comfortable cabin Lots of standard safety tech Outstanding safety ratings Narrow trunk opening Is the 2018 Honda Accord a Good Used Car? The 2018 Honda Accord is a good used midsize sedan that’s both practical and fun. It's a great pick for families or anyone looking for an all-around excellent car. The 2018 Accord has many strengths: Comfortable and spacious interior Many active safety features Great safety scores Excellent fuel economy Agile handling Its weaknesses are nearly nonexistent: Small trunk opening Why You Can Trust Us We’ve analyzed 23 Honda Accord reviews, as well as performance specs, interior dimensions, fuel economy ratings, and more, to give you all the information you need to make a smart car-buying decision. U.S. News & World Report has been reviewing cars, trucks, and SUVs since 2007, and our میلگرد نیشابور Best Cars team has more than 75 years of combined automotive industry experience. To remain impartial, we do not accept extravagant gifts from automakers, and an outside source handles our advertising. How Much Is the 2018 Honda Accord? Based on listings for the 2018 Honda Accord on our site, the average list price is $24,800, which is above average for the class. Prices range from $20,000 to $30,800 and vary depending on the vehicle’s condition, mileage, features, and location. How Much Does the 2018 Honda Accord Cost to Own? The 2018 Accord’s five-year costs for gas, insurance, repairs, and maintenance are projected to be about $24,190, or $4,838 per year. These figures are above average for a midsize sedan. Is It Better to Buy a Used or New Honda Accord? The new 2019 Honda Accord is nearly identical to the 2018 model, so you're probably better off buying a used 2018 Accord, which will cost you less money. Read about the new Honda Accord » The 2018 Accord marked the start of the current generation. Accords from previous model years are drastically different. For 2018, Honda replaced the old 185-horsepower base four-cylinder engine with a 192-horsepower turbo-four that's more fuel-efficient, and an available 252-horsepower turbo-four replaced the optional 278-horsepower V6. Honda also increased the trunk capacity and added several safety features, including standard driver drowsiness monitoring, adaptive cruise control, and traffic sign recognition, as well as available blind spot monitoring, a head-up display, and rear cross traffic alert. The coupe body type was also eliminated, so you'll have to opt for one of the previous-generation models if you want an Accord coupe. Which Used Honda Accord Trim Is Right for Me? The 2018 Honda Accord comes in five trims: LX, Sport, EX, EX-L, and Touring. The base LX trim comes with a nice mix of safety and technology features, including driver drowsiness monitoring and a 7-inch display screen, but most shoppers will want to step up to a higher trim for more features and a better engine. The Sport trim is a good option if you're looking for the more powerful engine and smartphone integration technology like Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Honda Accord LX: The base LX trim comes with a rearview camera, driver drowsiness monitoring, collision mitigation braking, lane departure warning, forward collision warning, lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control, road departure mitigation, and traffic sign recognition. Other standard features include dual-zone automatic climate control, push-button start, a 7-inch display screen, Bluetooth, four speakers, and a USB port. Honda Accord Sport: The Sport trim adds a power-adjustable driver's seat, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, an 8-inch touch screen, eight speakers, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and fog lights. This is the first trim available with the upgraded engine. Honda Accord EX: The EX trim includes a moonroof, heated front seats, heated side mirrors, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, and satellite radio. Honda Accord EX-L: The EX-L features a power-adjustable passenger seat, leather upholstery, and a 10-speaker audio system. Honda Accord Touring: The top-of-the-line Touring trim adds a wireless phone charger, a Wi-Fi hot spot, navigation, voice recognition, heated and ventilated front seats, front and rear parking sensors, and a head-up display. 2018 Honda Accord Versus the Competition Which Is Better: 2018 Honda Accord or 2018 Toyota Camry? The 2018 Toyota Camry has a lot of the same qualities as the Accord. Both have a long list of standard safety features, a refined cabin, and agile handling. The Camry's two engine choices are more powerful than the Accord's, however, and it has a higher predicted reliability rating and a lower average list price. That said, the Accord has a larger trunk, plus Android Auto and Apple CarPlay capability (unavailable in the Camry). Both are good options, but the Camry is a more well-rounded choice. Which Is Better: 2018 Honda Accord or 2018 Hyundai Sonata? Like the Accord, the 2018 Hyundai Sonata features plenty of cargo space, a solid list of standard features, and good gas mileage estimates. The Sonata also has a slightly higher predicted reliability rating and a lower average list price. The Accord has better all-around performance, تیرآهن ذوب آهن highlighted by quicker acceleration and more agile handling. Performance-oriented shoppers should choose the Accord, while more budget-conscious shoppers should opt for the Sonata. 2018 Honda Accord Performance How Does the 2018 Honda Accord Drive? The 2018 Accord is one of the most athletic cars in the class. It has a composed ride, but it's agile enough to tackle sharp turns and corners with ease. The Accord comes standard with a turbocharged four-cylinder engine that should satisfy most shoppers, and a stronger turbo-four is available for those looking for more power. The base engine is mated to a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) that pairs well and doesn't suffer from the loud droning noise often associated with CVTs. The upgraded engine is paired with a 10-speed automatic, and a manual transmission is available. Base engine: 192-horsepower turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder Available engines: 252-horsepower turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder Drivetrain: front-wheel drive Transmission: standard continuously variable automatic (CVT); available 10-speed automatic; available six-speed manual Does the 2018 Honda Accord Get Good Gas Mileage? The 2018 Accord has some of the best fuel economy figures in the class. 1.5-liter turbo-four: up to 30/38 mpg city/highway 2.0-liter turbo-four: up to 23/34 mpg
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