2018 Honda Accord & Odyssey Named in ‘10 Best Family Cars 2018’
Another month, another Honda award—or two, in this case. The all-new 2018 Honda Accord sedan and 2018 Honda Odyssey minivan were both recognized as among the “10 Best Family Cars of 2018,” an annual list published in Parents magazine in collaboration with Edmunds.com.
The winners were selected from a pool of over 300 vehicles based on family-relevant factors like safety ratings and car seat installation as well as on vehicle attributes that are always considered desirable, such as fuel efficiency, affordability, comfort, and engaging driving dynamics.
Both the Honda Odyssey and 2018 Honda Accord were completely redesigned for 2018. The Odyssey was ranked as the best minivan in the list thanks to its comfort and connectivity, its generous interior space and quietness, and its advanced technologies like CabinWatch—a rear-seat camera that shows you what the kids are up to without having to turn around.
The Accord was meanwhile lauded for its significant upgrades compared to the previous generation. “The Honda Accord has been a favorite family pick since the ‘90s—and the tenth generation, which debuted this year, looks sleeker, has more interior room, and is packed with advanced safety features even on the LX base model,” writes Parents magazine’s Karen Cicero.
“The ride is more comfy, too, with back support in the front seats. Spray-foam insulation throughout the interior helps keep out external noise, making it easier to have a conversation with passengers. Backseat passengers also have a bit more space.”
Both the Honda Accord and Odyssey have been the recipient of dozens of awards this year already. We suspect there is a strong possibility they might be good vehicles…
News Source: Parents.com
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