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2020 Honda Accord Arrives Tuesday With Ever-So-Slightly Higher Prices

2020 Honda Accord Touring

If you were waiting for the 2020 Honda Accord to arrive, it will be at dealers Tuesday. But you might want to check out a deal on any 2019s left because the 2020 carries over that model year with no significant changes — just with a small price bump.

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The Accord underwent a full redesign for 2018 and got only minor tweaks for 2019, along with slightly higher prices. That’s true again for 2020, with the entry-level Accord LX with the base 192-horsepower, turbocharged 1.5-liter turbo engine and continuously variable automatic transmission starting at $24,800 (all prices include a $930 destination charge) — an increase of $150. And all Accords along come with the Honda Sensing package of safety and driver assistance technology, including automatic emergency braking, blind spot warning and adaptive cruise control.

The next-up Sport trim level with the 1.5-liter turbo starts at $27,460 — up $350 — and (thank you, Honda, for holding out) you still can take your pick for the same price between a six-speed manual transmission or the CVT. You also can have the Sport with the upgraded 252-hp, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder and your choice of the manual or a 10-speed conventional automatic for $31,990, also an increase of $350.

The EX (1.5-liter turbo and CVT only) starts at $28,700, up $150. The EX-L starts at $31,200 with the 1.5-liter engine and the CVT, and at $33,200 with the 2.0-liter and 10-speed automatic, increases of $150 on each.

The top-of-the-line Touring has the 2.0-liter and 10-speed standard, and also goes up $150 to start at $37,030.

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The Accord again will be offered with a hybrid powertrain, for which Honda says the on-sale date and pricing will be announced later. For 2019, the hybrid was available in base, EX, EX-L and Touring trim levels.

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