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To bring you both a succinct expert review, covering both the 2010 Honda Accord Sedan and Coupe, plus a survey of the entire market in one place, TheCarConnection.com's editors have first driven the 2010 Honda Accord and wrapped their advice into a quick Bottom Line. Then TheCarConnection.com researched available road tests on the new Honda Accord to show you where other reviews might differ.
- Supple ride, responsive handling
- Quiet cabin
- Superb build quality
- Reputation for reliability, resale value
- Headroom is tight in back
- Not a fuel-economy leader
- Unexciting exterior
- Difficult backseat access (coupes)
It only takes a cursory look at the new Honda Accord or a short drive to see why it's a best seller. No matter what your priorities—interior space, styling, ride comfort, performance, or features—the 2010 Accord has you covered, and it's one of the better choices in its class.
Although the Honda Accord was redesigned for 2008, it carries through to 2010 with very few appearance changes, and it still manages to look quite fresh relative to most of the competition. The Accord Sedan's current design is considerably more exciting than the previous version, now including flared fenders, projector-beam headlamps, and a swoopier roofline overall. Inside it's especially distinctive, with a curvier look and bolder styling that reminds us of some luxury models. The coupe is of course a little sexier; it looks to be in a constant state of motion because of the bold character line sweeping from front wheels to rear lamps and the quicker curve of its roof, which also imbue the Accord Coupe with a sleek, modern profile. The new Accord's cockpit is definitely among the best, too; the dashboard is laid out in a sort of dual-cockpit mode, and gauges and controls are particularly well placed. Top trims of the Accord keep the same basic appearance inside but include upgraded trim and surfaces.