Honda Accord nominated for 2020 car and driver 10 best list

You may be aware that the Honda Accord for the 34th time has been nominated for the distinguished list of car and driver 10best. Honda Accord such a reputable history that no other vehicle can match. In 2020 the Honda Accord marked the 22nd continuous year of the list.

This is the 10th generation of Honda Accord introduced in 2018 with upgrading the mainstream mid-size sedan with great design, ultra-modern and huge interior, very energetic still with good mileage. This was joined about a few months ago the accord hybrid. This boasts abnormal mileage without distancing coziness, improvement, or internal room. This makes Accord an outstanding car among its competitors.

“Alert steering and fluid handling turn every dogleg on-ramp, cloverleaf interchange, and 270-degree off-ramp into a momentary escape from the monotonous and the mundane,” Car and Driver said in the article. “The precise action and satisfying weights of the steering wheel, the pedals, and the manual shifter suggest a kind of engineering harmony that you rarely find outside of sports cars.”

Accord happens to be the largest selling mid-size sedan in America for the last 44 years. The accumulative sales in the U.S crossing 13.8 billion units. The production in the U.S was more in excess of 11.7 million units since its inception. This happened to be the U.S manufactured originated from Japanese automobile company on November 1st, 1982, in Marysville, Ohio.


Honda gives a complete range of defendable fun to drive and fuel-efficient with ultra-modern safety measures sold by 1,000 independent Honda dealers. This range comprises the Civic, Fit, Insight, Clarity, and Accord passenger vehicles together with HRV, CRV, passport and pilot, SUVs, Odyssey minivan, Ridgeline pickup.

For more than 35 years Honda has been making automobiles in America. Presently it has 19 major manufacturing units in North America. In excess of 90 percent of all Honda vehicles sold in the U.S.A in 2018 were manufactured in North America by assembling domestic and imported parts.