2008 Honda Accord Sedan | First Drive | Edmunds.com

We admit that after a day of driving the redesigned 2008 Honda Accord, our reporter's notebook was completely blank. It's not that there's nothing to say about how the 2008 Accord drives. It's that the Accord drives as brilliantly as it always has. In the rising tide of class sophistication, the Accord has maintained its position among competitors. It's smoother than the sometimes coarse Nissan Altima. And it's more alert in its responses than the cushy, isolated Toyota Camry.

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Go to MYRIDE.COM for more car videos. There are certain cars that when they are redesigned just seem like a bigger deal than most others. The all-new 2008 Honda Accord fits that bill. For many, many years it has been the prototypical family sedan, and there have been numerous iterations, including wagons, coupes and hybrids.