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Good on Honda for making their driver assist safety features standard on all 2018 Accord models. Hopefully Subaru will follow suit soon enough making Eyesight a standard feature.
 

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VDC went from ultra-premium add-on to standard across all models in 9 model years. (introduced 2001, standard by 2009)

EyeSight first arrived in the USA in 2010 so they are about due; just going by their own example.
 

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Hmm, not a fan of the grill, or lack thereof -- it looks like a big piece is missing from it.

Good on Honda for making their driver assist safety features standard on all 2018 Accord models. Hopefully Subaru will follow suit soon enough making Eyesight a standard feature.
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That reminds me of a funny story.. while test driving my 2014 Accord which does not have any automated lane keeping or braking (only gives visual and audible warnings), the sales guy told me that it doesn't do all that automated stuff because "Honda has always been a driver's car" :19:
 

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Hmm, not a fan of the grill, or lack thereof -- it looks like a big piece is missing from it.



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That reminds me of a funny story.. while test driving my 2014 Accord which does not have any automated lane keeping or braking (only gives visual and audible warnings), the sales guy told me that it doesn't do all that automated stuff because "Honda has always been a driver's car" :19:
For me the only choice is going to be the 2.0 turbo with a 10 speed honda built auto. That should be a sweet car styling aside.
 
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