If you’rea man or a woman, you know how popular the Honda Accord is in America. The third generation Accord was introduced in North America in 1986. It had a very striking exterior design, that resonated well with buyers internationally. One notable feature was the flip-up headlights. Because this generation was also sold as the Honda Vigor, the Accord received the concealed headlights. The third generation Accord became the first Honda to employ double wishbones at both the front and rear ends—a layout that spread to the Legend, Civic and Prelude in 1988 and the Integra in 1990. While more expensive than competitors’ MacPherson strut systems, this setup provided better stability and sharper handling for the vehicle. All had front sway bars and upper models had rear sway bars as well.