When two class-leading sedans like the 2018 Honda Accord and the 2018 Volkswagen Passat need to face off against each other, Goshen drivers can find it hard to choose the best one to fit their needs. A good midsize sedan really needs to bring its A-game, with performance, efficiency ratings, and interior space well above par in order to stand out from the crowd. Read on to find which model better serves the needs of Monticello drivers.
Considering the 2018 Accord ability to overpower the Passat while demanding less fuel, the choice between the two is clear.
The 2018 Honda Accord is able to deliver in ways that rivals like the 2018 Volkswagen Passat cannot. Honda engineers went right back to the drawing board to create a model with slim poof pillars, a low beltline, plenty of glass, so you’ll find that visibility is unparalleled.
And those design differences don’t just tell in the way the Accord feels. There really is more space here.
|2018 Honda Accord||2018 VW Passat|
|122.3 cubic feet||Total interior volume||117.9 cubic feet|
|16.7 cubic feet||Cargo space||15.9 cubic feet|
At first glance, The Honda Accord features might appear similar to those of the Passat, but a closer look will be more than enough to discern its superiority.
Both the 2018 Honda Accord safety features and the 2018 Volkswagen Passat safety features offer Goshen and Monroe drivers some of the most advanced new driver assistance, including:
However, you’ll need to pay out top dollar for a top-tier trim level if you want to enjoy such features behind the wheel of a Passat. With the Accord, you also get the Honda Sensing® driver assistance suite with every trim, even the entry-level LX.
The 2018 VW Passat might be a strong runner-up, but it doesn’t come close to unseating the Accord from its position at the head of the pack. To find out more about Honda Accord trim levels or arrange a test drive, just contact one of the team here at Middletown Honda, your certified Honda dealer.
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