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Looking through the 2018 Honda Accord configurator, most members here should be able to come to a conclusion on what they want and for me its what you see below. Specifically its a Kona Coffee Metallic Touring. I'm not going to get into details on the spec, but as far as design and color goes, although its the highest spec Accord, it just doesn't look better to me in any other configuration. Can't wait to finally see one in person.

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Still looks a bit odd to me because the sides aren't flat all the way through, but it does show me the grocery bag hooks that were hidden in my image.
Why are you so concerned about some interior fabric cover that means nothing in relation to the vehicles design. Being part of the truck, its in the most insignificant area possible. Even if you were trying to figure out size and dimensions it would still be insignificant. What would it being flat all the way though do for you? Enlighten us.
 

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Costco trips, winter sports gear, etc needs every bit of trunk space available and sometimes things needs to go in sideways. But it's a hurdle you overcome when needed I suppose.

I haven't seen a wild Accord yet, but I'd imagine the side profile looks every bit as sleek as the images.
I doubt you need that space all the time which is rare for most people shopping in this segment but if that's you then you probably needed an SUV to begin with, hence the why its a utility vehicle. But if you can get away with roof top carriers, the Accord might still be an option for you.
 

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Its an older concept but its bolder styling design philosophy still lives on in the accord and other new products from Honda from what I have seen. It didn't live on entirely but comparing the new Accord to that concept its hard to ignore the influence it has had so far.
 

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Have to say that I'm glad the new Accord adopted more from the rear end of that concept than the front. Its definitely obvious from the styling of the new Accord however, that they were trying to do something unique with the grill/bumper set up for this generation. Wonder how long it'll be before we start to see aftermarket kits come to market.
Often as soon as owners can get their hands on these that's when aftermarket parts makers do as well. So don't be surprised if you see parts makers reaching out to owners on communities such as this.
 
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