This will be a 2 part video. This is an owners perspective of my thoughts of the 2018 Honda Accord 2.0t Touring. I also talk about why I switched from a Tesla to a Honda Accord.


    • TonyQuaz

      Great review bro, looking forward to getting mine next year by God's grace same trim in White... those lobster

      about 1 year ago
    • Tbow499
      Tbow499 In reply to TonyQuaz

      Just got mine, a 2019 Sport 1.5T, but want the 2.0 Touring (mistake on my part; wife not happy with no heated seats & no sunroof). Otherwise, like the car (only have 600 miles in 4 months ownership)
      Going to seek the dealership to do a swap/upgrade if able! 🙏🏻

      about 9 months ago
    • TonyQuaz
      TonyQuaz In reply to TonyQuaz

      @linny105 I agree... I bet its fair to say this is the best Accord made so far.. you can't help but look when you see one pass by.. those sport wheels are just magic! Stay blessed.

      about 1 year ago
    • linny105
      linny105 In reply to TonyQuaz

      You will love it! I have the Sport 2.0T with the 6 speed manual. It really is wonderful. The sport seats might not be as comfortable as the touring, so keep that in mind when you buy yours. God bless.

      about 1 year ago
    • TonyQuaz
      TonyQuaz In reply to TonyQuaz

      @Shuffle3956 Amen!!

      about 1 year ago
    • Shuffle3956
      Shuffle3956 In reply to TonyQuaz

      @TonyQuaz God willingly you will own a nice Accord. Inshallah brother.

      about 1 year ago
    • Chad Bone
      Chad Bone

      Really nice owners review buddy. Well spoken. Love the car and color combination you chose. Considering one myself. How are you liking it after a few more months? How is your mpg? I have heard the ventilated seats are not very effective. Can you confirm or deny this? Do you use the HUD? Debating what trim level I would get....thanks again

      about 3 days ago
    • Fresh n' No Stress
      Fresh n' No Stress

      Dude I want your car! I am putting up with a 2007 chevy hhr at age 30.

      about 10 days ago
    • Free

      Looks like an ugly whale to be honest. Looks just really bad. I think you are trying too hard to make yourself feel better about your purchase, enjoy your car regardless.

      about 13 days ago
    • TheGman2421

      Detailed discussion, glad that you enjoy your new car. I own a 2018 EXL 2.0T (same color) and have been driving it for 19 months (15,000 miles) and you made a good choice. The car rides nice, handles great, and is fun to drive. Gas mileage is much better than I expected (overall MPG on a 1,270 mile trip was 35.0 - mainly expy). For an older gent like myself it's got plenty of power. Just to think about (my opinion)- the factory matching side molding breaks up the side sheet metal and adds a little more sportiness to it. Also, the optional trunk lid spoiler adds a nice touch. As for the wheels, they're low maintenance (unlike the black ones) and look great. (again my opinion). Good luck with your car and drive safe.

      about 1 month ago
    • Argon

      Are you Assyrian?

      about 1 month ago
    • Lovepreet Singh
      Lovepreet Singh

      Good job👍😊

      about 1 month ago
    • Tina S
      Tina S

      Best decision you ever made

      about 2 months ago
    • Dhwanil Patel
      Dhwanil Patel

      Fairoaks Mall ! Woo! haha I live in this area as well and am thinking of getting the Accord as well. Currently looking at a 2018 1.5L Accord with 4.5K miles on it. It is a great looking car but like you said my only complain on looks is the back and the taillights lol. I think the 1.5L is solid due to the MPG, not really buying an Accord to break track records lol

      about 2 months ago
    • rene torash
      rene torash

      GREETINGS FROM MEXICO .... i got this beast bout 5 months so happy....its an amazing machine.... much better than any audi , mercedes or bmw of its class. i paid 26000 for it..... JUST LOVE IT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      about 2 months ago
    • Mike Augustin
      Mike Augustin

      When legacy automakers like Honda and Toyota get serious about EVs they will eat Tesla's lunch and probably end up buying Tesla assets and technologies for pennies on the dollar.

      about 3 months ago
    • Simmer Pete
      Simmer Pete

      Tesla’s are too expensive in the first place and then to repair them is outrageous. It’s better to wait till electric cars are more mainstream.

      about 3 months ago
    • David Fanjarashvili
      David Fanjarashvili

      its an amazing car ;) I enjoy it on the highway all the time :D don't even ask where is a driver? :D:D:D:D

      about 3 months ago
    • Andrew Petrella
      Andrew Petrella

      You would love the Model 3 lmao

      about 3 months ago
    • 32 bit link
      32 bit link

      I really hate sedans but I hope Honda makes an electric accord and civic (and civic sport!) to compete with telsa

      about 3 months ago
    • Albert Morera
      Albert Morera

      I suggest ktuner. Same power gains but if you ever decide to upgrade to another accord, civic si/type R you can use the same device for those cars. The flash pro you would have to sell and then buy another one specific to that vehicle.

      about 3 months ago
    • Mark Armage
      Mark Armage

      That's one massive flaw that nobody cares when lying their ass off on stage, how actually inconvenient it is to fix the Tesla, they have no facilities or anything to help customers.

      about 3 months ago
    • A

      Why did it take so long for you to get your tesla back even though it only had bumper damage?

      about 4 months ago
    • Enoch C
      Enoch C

      Did you get around to the hondata tune?

      about 5 months ago
    • Voando Alto
      Voando Alto

      Best decision! I never liked the car with a lot of electronic stuff, that is easy to broken or failures. Accord will be my next car... Thanks for the review!

      about 6 months ago
    • kuty patooty
      kuty patooty

      Gosh so in love with this car

      about 6 months ago
    • Jay Park
      Jay Park

      Where can we buy the key fob cover? Thx

      about 6 months ago
    • GuitarGuy

      I drove that car. It's amazing. You did it right.

      about 6 months ago
    • S2kDude36

      I have the 2018 Accord Sport 2.0T 10AT, after a year and a half of ownership, I'm still enjoying driving this car. I drive in some traffic in Atlanta, the LKAS will engage at 25mph as will the adaptive cruise control, so I'm not sure what you are thinking when you say it doesn't work until 46mph. The power is very good, the 10AT is a dream of an automatic transmission, smooth, solid, responsive are just a few of the superlatives I can say about this transmission and when mated to the 2.0T, they are a great combo. BTW, I really like the auto-high beams along with the LED headlights. When it comes to the exterior lighting, the only thing that makes me wonder is why Honda didn't include LED rear turn indicators. I've also looked seriously into the Hondata or K-tuner flash upgrade options, but honestly, the stock power and torque are already very good. Not to mention you can eek out another 8-10hp just by filling up with premium fuel. Also, look for the Hondata dyno test, it shows a stock 2018 Accord putting out 265hp and 292 lb-ft of torque at the wheels! It's a great all around car, particularly for the $27k that I paid for mine brand new including several dealer installed accessories and tinted windows.

      about 7 months ago
    • S2kDude36
      S2kDude36 In reply to S2kDude36

      After our conversation, I was testing the LKAS feature and found that it would still steer the wheel below 45mph, in fact once it is engaged, it appeared to work down to around 35mph. Try yours and see what you find.

      about 6 months ago
    • S2kDude36
      S2kDude36 In reply to S2kDude36

      @Daniel Mikhail Thanks for letting me know.

      about 7 months ago
    • Daniel Mikhail
      Daniel Mikhail In reply to S2kDude36

      S2kDude36 this is what is on Honda’s website...

      about 7 months ago
    • Phil Harris
      Phil Harris

      That is the EXACT Accord I plan to buy. Even the color. That Modern Steel is my favorite color on the Accord. They are beautiful cars, and a whole lot of "bang for the buck".

      about 7 months ago
    • Aecura

      Great decision bro. Happy you are loving it.

      about 8 months ago
    • Chris w
      Chris w

      This car is so awesome (2.0L Sport) I'm ignoring the dash rattle. Seems on cold days, lower revs, almost buzzing. Not all the time.

      about 8 months ago
    • computerkid1416

      As much as I love the idea of Tesla, especially the fact that its an electric car, they need to make some improvements towards affordability before I'd consider one. The Model 3 may be "only $35,000", but that's before adding several features that are basically mandatory. For now, I'm a Honda Accord/Acura TLX guy.

      about 8 months ago


      about 9 months ago
    • Fred S
      Fred S

      Hi Dan, Thanks for video! Did Tesla provide you with a loaner while your S was being fixed? It seems they give out loaners frequently, especially with long waits for repairs. I am considering Accord 2.0 or Model 3. Your video makes the decision more difficult. I was leaning toward the 3, now less sure.

      about 9 months ago
    • Daniel Mikhail
      Daniel Mikhail In reply to Fred S

      The Tesla Model 3 seems like a better car then the Model S, because so many more people are buying them. The Model 3 is steel, not aluminum like the Model S (which means body work should be easier). Tesla did not give me a loaner, and that is honestly why I was so frustrated. I think the Accord is an amazing car, but the Model 3 is very promising and it's just a different car.

      about 9 months ago