The Lincoln Continental could be axed when the current generation’s production run ends (probably in 2022) with the brand probably ending up with an all SUV range.
See the changes and differences between the 10th- and ninth-generation Honda Accord sedan in this side-by-side photo comparison set.
The 10th generation Honda Accord will be sedan only, and will only have 4-cylinder gas engines, with the 3.5-liter V6 replaced by a 2-liter turbo I4.
The new 2018 Honda Accord is lighter, lower and lighter, and has a 1.5-liter and 2-liter turbo I4 gas engines with a 6-speed manual, 10-speed auto or CVT.
The 2018 Honda Civic Type R is only being offered with a 6-speed manual because an automatic or DCT would be make the front axle too heavy.
The 2018 Honda Accord will have a 1.5-liter turbo I4 with CVT and the Civic Type R’s 2-liter turbo with a 10-speed auto. 6-speed manual available too.
The 2017 Honda Civic Type R has a 2-liter turbo with 235kW (316hp) and 400Nm (295 lb-ft), FWD, a 6-speed manual, a wider body, and wild aero kit.
Coming summer 2017, the 10th generation Honda Civic Type R will go on sale around the world, and isn’t afraid to be angry, rice boy hot hatch.
The 10th generation Honda Civic hatch is based on the same platform as the sedan. It has a shorter tail, more aggressive styling and optional diesel motors.
The UK-built 2017 Honda Civic Type R has a 2-liter turbo with 235kW (316hp) and 400Nm (295 lb-ft), and rev matching 6-speed manual.