Honda has announced that the 2017 Accord Sport has passed the tests of its US Safety and Performance Council (SPAC) certification.
The new Accord will be produced in the US in Honda’s production facility in San Diego, California.
The Accord has been an American success story since its introduction in 2017.
It has sold more than 10 million units worldwide and has won numerous awards including Best New Car at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and Best Sedan at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
The 2017 Accord has received numerous awards for its safety, including the Top Safety Pick of the Year by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Top Safety Design Award by the American Automobile Association.
Honda’s decision to produce the Accord Sport in the United States is the latest in a series of steps it has taken to ensure that its brand continues to thrive.
In October, the automaker announced that it would begin production of its new 2018 Accord Sport at its San Diego assembly plant, which has been the home of the brand since it was unveiled in 2018.
The automaker plans to begin producing the new Accord Sport by the end of 2019, and will build the new model at its plant in 2019.
At the moment, Honda is in the process of ramping up production of the 2018 Accord and the new 2019 Accord.
The new model will be sold in the states starting in 2020.
It was revealed last month that Honda is planning to introduce the next generation of the Accord in 2019, which will feature a larger front-drive configuration and will be called the 2018 Honda Accord.
The 2018 Accord, which is expected to debut in the first quarter of 2020, will include a new six-speed automatic transmission, a sportier exterior and a host of improvements including a new battery pack, new LED headlights, and a new front fascia.
The 2017 Honda Accord has also been praised for its comfort, safety and performance.
According to the NHTSA, the 2017 Honda Civic has been a reliable and safe vehicle, but the 2018 Civic will have a more powerful and comfortable cabin, offering the best possible driving experience.
The Accord will also have a lower emissions profile and more spacious interior.
The next-generation Accord will have all-wheel drive and will come with a new eight-speed auto transmission, an electric motor, and four different fuel efficiency ratings.