We’ve seen countless cars come and go, from the beautiful Corolla to the boring Fiat 500 to the ridiculously ugly Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
We’ve also seen the equally boring and the equally annoying BMW i3, but this car is unlike the others.
It’s not a sports car, not even a hatchback.
Its a hatch that can’t go backwards, so you can’t even turn your front wheels.
Its so bland and so uninteresting that we’ve started to hate it.
It doesn’t help that the interior isn’t a lot better than the rest of the car.
In fact, if you’ve ever seen a BMW or Audi, you’d be hard pressed to find a better one.
Its design is so bland that it almost looks like the company was trying to make it look like a toy car.
You can’t make it go backwards either, so there’s no turning.
The interior is the main reason for its lack of appeal.
It doesn’t offer much.
It has no powertrains, no instrument cluster, no music system, no infotainment, and no inflatable seats.
The seats aren’t even plush enough for people who don’t like to sit in them.
There’s even no way to get a full-size seat to the roof.
It looks like a car you might want to buy to escape the cold.
The only other reason the Accord has been a disappointment is because of its price.
Its sticker price is about $32,800, and that includes all the accessories, but you can get an even better, more expensive, and more luxurious version at a slightly lower price, starting at $39,500.
The other $1,000 gets you a second-generation Accord, which has even more advanced safety features and even more powertramps.
It can go backwards without you noticing, and its automatic transmission can keep you going for hours if you don’t pay attention to the radio.
It’s just that bad.
That’s because Honda doesn’t make cars for the masses, and the Accord is just not designed to be a mass-market vehicle.
Its cabin isn’t that inviting.
The driver doesn’t look at the steering wheel, and when you lean the Accord to a stop, you can actually feel the metal in the center of your steering wheel.
The car is so cramped that you’ll have to reach for the seats to sit up.
There are only two buttons in the cabin, which means that you won’t be able to make more than a few quick decisions without having to press both of them at the same time.
It also means that the Accord’s touchscreen controls are almost useless for most situations, like changing the music or launching apps.
The biggest problem with the Accord isn’t its interior, but the fact that it has a bad price tag.
Honda’s only offering this Accord for $39.500, which is a bit more expensive than most of its competitors, but it is far from a bargain.
You’ll save $600 or so on the base model, but there’s also a $300 discount available for those who want to upgrade to the second-gen Accord with a third-gen transmission or a second battery.
Honda is also offering the Accord with two options that will make it even more affordable: the base price is just $35,500, or you can buy the second one for $35 a pop.
If you’re in the market for a car, then you’re better off buying the second model.
The Accord’s bad looks and the lack of design will be a tough sell to buyers who don,t care about styling or the latest tech, and who just want to drive their cars.
The best way to buy a Honda Accord is to take it to a dealership and ask the salesperson what you can expect from the interior, because that’s all the information you need to decide if you want to spend the extra money.