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History of the Honda Accord in Brighton, Michigan
The Honda Accord was first introduced almost 40 years ago in 1976 and since then has been offered in various styles and bodies, the most popular being the sedan style. The first ever Japanese car to be produced in America, the Accord is a has been an innovative part of the Honda lineup since its debut.
The Accord started off as a compact hatchback but soon got rid of this design to make way for a sedan, coupe, and wagon, with other hatchback models and even a crossover following in later years. By the mid-1980s Honda had made the Accord its key intermediate vehicle, using it as a base for various body styles in order to compete against more segments.

The Accord is now on its ninth generation, and the 2016 Accord is available in the usual coupe or sedan styles with the addition of a hybrid option. These options are a natural addition the Accord lineup, which has always sought to provide a wide array of styles and options to customers. Efficient and attractive, the new Accord is the practical yet flashy car you’re looking for.
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