The Honda Civic is a car that can get from point A to point B in less than five minutes.
And that’s no exaggeration.
That is a feat in today’s era of autonomous cars, with sensors that can detect obstacles and automatically steer, brakes and airbags to keep you in your seat.
And for those of us who like to travel, the Civic is great for a day on the town or an overnight commute, but it’s a luxury too.
So to ensure the Civic continues to be a reliable and safe car, Honda has been designing and building a range of premium and luxury models to cater to those needs.
The Civic was designed to meet a range in driving comfort, performance and value, and the latest model, the Honda Accord, is one of the best-performing SUVs around.
Honda’s latest offering is a hybrid model that makes its first appearance in Australia, with the 2018 Accord Hybrid.
The Honda Accord Hybrid has been engineered to offer excellent performance and a range that’s more than twice as large as its predecessor.
This means that the hybrid’s engine power and efficiency have been upgraded by up to 50 per cent, making the car even more fuel-efficient than the original model.
And because the Accord Hybrid is so light, it’s easy to take on long trips and get around.
The next-generation Accord Hybrid will offer a range from a top-of-the-range range of 1,200 kilometres to a base price of $29,850.
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The new Accord Hybrid comes with an 18-inch wheelbase, which should make it a reasonable option for everyday use.
Its styling is also modern, and features modern design elements including chrome grille, LED lighting and an illuminated headlight.
It also comes with the latest infotainment system, which is easy to use and comes with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and Bluetooth connectivity.
All this should help the new Accord continue to be popular in Australia and around the world.
For now, you can read the full review for the 2018 Honda Accord here.
If you’re planning a trip, check out our Honda Civic review.
Read more about the new 2018 Honda Civic, the 2018 Civic Hybrid, the 2017 Honda Civic Hybrid and the 2017 Accord Hybrid here.