2019 Honda Accord Vs 2018 Cadillac ATS; the Battle of the Most Popular Honda Cadillac Sedans

2019 Honda Accord Vs 2018 Cadillac ATS

2019 Honda Accord Vs 2018 Cadillac ATS; the Battle of the Most Popular Honda Cadillac Sedans

Buyers looking for an affordable sedan with luxury features will find Honda Cadillac battle near the end of this year something to anticipate. Honda Accord and Cadillac ATS, both of which are legends in their class, become even more attractive with the release of their newest models: the 2019 model for Accord and the 2018 model for ATS. Here we try to look at how both sedans compare with each other and which one actually gives you better offers in term of features.

Key Features

Both models offer specific Honda Cadillac features that give each an edge in the competition. In the case of the 2019 Accord, you will have a chance to drive a hybrid car with outstanding 48-mpg fuel economy. You can enhance your car’s performance further by adding the optional 2.0-liter turbo engine. ATS doesn’t feature a hybrid variant, but it offers significantly greater power than most of its Japanese and European competitors in the same class.

The new Accord features improved safety features with the inclusion of Honda Sensing technology, which helps driver drive their car more safely in all driving scenarios. Another rare feature in the sedan class that this car offers is its 6-speed manual transmission, which is available with the 1.5-liter and 2.0-liter turbo variants.

When it comes to technology, Cadillac has a clear edge in the competition. Its infotainment system is a top-tier one with Android Auto/CarpLay integration, Bose audio system, and 4G LTE with Wi-Fi. These are features that you rarely find in an affordable sedan.

Overall Look

From the outside, it is very clear that the sleek and charming body of the Accord looks very much Asian whereas the large headlights, the mean grille, and the rather muscular body of the ATS look more attractive for American car lovers. If style is your only consideration, your final Honda Cadillac decision lies only on whether you need an Asian coupe with a swoopy body or an American sedan with its angular body. If you look downward, Accord offers either 17-inch or 19-inch wheels depending on model variants. ATS also offers both wheel sizes, with an addition of 18-inch wheels for the coupe version.


Another important factor in the Honda Cadillac competition is interior. When you look inside both cars, you can immediately see the more elegant look of the ATS. With leather seating available in all variants, ATS does feel cozier and look more luxurious. In Accord’s case, leather seating is available only in the EX-L model.

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