2018 Honda Accord Tire Pressure

When inflating the tires of your Honda Accord 2018 model, the recommended tire pressure is between 32 psi and 33 psi for both the front and rear tires.

The passenger car is produced in 14 trims and equipped with 12 original equipment tire size sets, which will ultimately determine the ideal, exact tire pressure to work with.

For this reason, it is best to double-check your Honda owner’s manual or check the sticker inside your driver’s side door. Here’s what it looks like:

As you probably already know, tire pressure recommendations for the Honda Accord lineup will vary by model year, model trim, and OEM tire size.

So in the rest of this post, we will look at the different ideal tire pressures for the 2018 Honda Accord and then explore answers to some of the frequently asked questions about the tires of this car.


2018 Honda Accord Tire Pressure (table for the 2018 Honda Accord model and tire size)

Tire SizeFront TireRear Tire
225/50R17 94V  3233 psi32 – 33 psi
235/40R19/XL 96V33 psi33 psi


2018 Honda Accord Trims and their recommended tire pressure

The 2018 Honda Accord is offered in five trims: LX, Sport, EX, EX-L, and Touring.

While the LX trim boasts a fantastic blend of safety and technology features (driver drowsiness monitoring, a 7-inch display screen, etc.), the Sport trim appeals more to drivers who want a more powerful engine and smartphone integration perks like Android Auto.

If you own any of these trims of the 2018 Honda Accord, here is the recommended tire pressure to inflate your tires with:

  Recommended tire pressure
2018 Honda Accord trim modelTire sizeFront tireRear tire
EX, Ex-L, LX-s, Touring215/55R17 94V33 psi33 psi
Hybrid, Hybrid EX-L, Hybrid Touring, EX, Hybrid EX, LX225/50R17 94V30 – 33 psi30 – 33 psi
EX-LP235/45R18 94V32 – 34 psi32 – 34 psi
EX, EX-L, LX, LX-SP235/50R17 93V32 psi32 psi
Sport, Touring, Hybrid Touring235/40R19 96V XL33 psi32 – 33 psi


The 2018 Honda Accord Sport trim is known for its power-adjustable driver’s seat, Android Auto, and fog lights. But more remarkably, the SE has an upgraded engine, while the EX trim is designed with a moonroof and blind spot monitoring. Aside from that, the heated front seats and side mirrors, plus the rear cross-traffic alert,   the trim apart.

On the other hand, the 2018 Honda Accord EX-L brings improved leather upholstery and a 10-speaker audio system, which are pretty much not up to the task when compared with Touring’s offerings.

The latter adds a wireless phone charger, voice recognition, front and rear parking sensors, a Wi-Fi hotspot, and navigation to the mix.


How do I know my tire pressure is low on my 2018 Honda Accord?

One typical functionality of the Honda Accord lineup, irrespective of the model year, is that they show obvious signs when the tire pressure is getting low.

The 2018 Honda Accord model, in particular, is outfitted with TPMS ignition, which illuminates your dashboard and alerts you when it’s time to inflate your tires to the required pressure value.

Aside from the TPMS ignition, you can use an accurate tire pressure gauge to check if your tire is losing pressure.

You first need to remove your tires’ valve stem caps and insert the tire pressure gauge into the valve stem. The PSI reading on the gauge shows how low your tire pressure is.

Meanwhile, when your tire pressure is low, you may also notice decreased responsiveness and unsatisfactory riding quality while driving.

This poor performance is usually a telltale that your tire pressure is low, leading to a low tire tread. At this point, the next course of action should be to inflate the tires to the factory-recommended pressure value.


The 2018 Honda accord TPMS light is on – meaning

Driving with low tire pressure is risky.

 When your tires are losing pressure due to a puncture or temperature change, you can expect the TPMS sensor on your dashboard to come on.

The best and only way to get rid of the light is to address the situation.

If this happens while driving, you need first to stop the vehicle in a safe place.

Get an air pump and use it to adjust the air pressure to the level specified on the label attached to your driver’s door.

Then, check the tire’s current pressure levels using a tire pressure gauge. However, if you have the Tire Fill Assist feature, you can leave the car on to access that visual assistance.

Remember that it is dangerous to overinflate your tires.


In a nutshell

The recommended tire pressure for Honda Accord models from 2005 to 2021 is between 29 and 34 psi, depending on the trim, original equipment tire size, and model year.

For the 2018 Honda Accord, it is best to stick to 32 to 33 psi for both the front and rear tires, no matter the driving conditions.

If the TPMS ignition in the vehicle does not go off even after properly inflating your tires, you have to reset the sensor system.

I hope you found this helpful.