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Honda Accord

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One of the longest-running and most successful nameplates sold in the U.S., the Honda Accord arrived in 1976, cleverly packaged and strong on value. Nine generations have followed, mostly to rave reviews and countless industry awards. The first Japanese car to be built in the U.S, the Accord has been produced in Ohio since 1982. While the current Accord is available only as a sedan, a variety of body styles have been offered over the years, including coupes and a station wagon during the 1990s. Over the years, the Accord has evolved from relatively simple, basic transportation to a sophisticated family sedan, with a choice of hybrid or conventional powertrains and a full complement of the latest safety and convenience features. With a longtime reputation for excellent reliability and resale value, the Accord remains a good choice whether you’re buying new or used.

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Commuters

Commuter vehicles have a minimum EPA-estimated mileage of 30 mpg combined. May require specific trim level and/or optional features.

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Small Families

Small Family vehicles include mid-size and larger sedans, hatchbacks, wagons, SUVs and minivans with four doors and five seats.

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Accord - 7 Generations

2018–2019 Accord

Redesigned in 2018

Lower, wider, lighter and riding on a 2-inch-longer wheelbase, the 10th-generation redesign brought a more aggressive look, new turbocharged engines, and additional tech and safety features. The interior grew more spacious despite a slight reduction in overall length. A 192-horsepower, turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder became the standard engine, while the V-6 was retired in favor of a 252-hp, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder. Transmission choices include a continuously variable automatic with the 1.5-liter and a new 10-speed automatic for the 2.0-liter. Both engines can be paired with a six-speed manual in Sport trim. New tech features included an optional 8-inch touchscreen multimedia system, onboard Wi-Fi, a head-up display and wireless phone charging. Standard safety features include forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking and lane departure warning.

  • MSRP Range $23,720–$35,950
  • Consumer Rating
    (5.0) 1 reviews
  • Combined MPG 26-33
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

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  • MSRP Range $23,570–$35,800
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.9) 416 reviews
  • Combined MPG 26-33
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

Notable Features in 2018
  • Redesigned for 2018
  • No more V-6 engine or coupe body style
  • Turbocharged 1.5- or 2.0-liter four-cylinder engines
  • Manual or automatic transmissions with both engines
  • Standard automatic braking, semi-autonomous driving aids
  • Available wireless smartphone charging, ventilated seats

2013–2017 Accord

Redesigned in 2013

Rather than growing in size, the 2013 Accord made big gains in features, connectivity and safety. New tech features included standard Bluetooth and a backup camera, while safety options included lane departure and forward collision warning systems. Powertrain choices included a 185-hp, 2.4-liter four-cylinder matched with a CVT or a six-speed manual, while the 278-hp, 3.5-liter V-6 was paired with a six-speed automatic or manual. New hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains joined the lineup shortly after its introduction.

  • MSRP Range $15,506–$39,569
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.9) 444 reviews
  • Combined MPG 21-30
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan

Notable Features in 2017
  • Accord Hybrid returns for 2017 model year
  • Apple CarPlay, Android Auto smartphone connectivity available
  • High-tech safety features available
  • Sedan or coupe
  • Four-cylinder or V-6 engine
  • Current List Price $13,650–$25,758
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.8) 182 reviews
  • Combined MPG 22-31
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan

Notable Features in 2016
  • Updated styling for 2016
  • New Apple, Android smartphone connectivity
  • New available safety technology
  • Sedan or coupe, four-cylinder or V-6
  • Accord Hybrid skips 2016 model year
  • Current List Price
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  • Consumer Rating Not yet rated
  • Combined MPG 22-31
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan

Notable Features in 2015
  • Coupe or sedan, automatic or manual
  • Four-cylinder or V-6 engine
  • Hybrid and plug-in hybrid versions
  • Current List Price $5,186–$25,742
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.7) 291 reviews
  • Combined MPG 22-30
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan

Notable Features in 2014
  • Coupe or sedan, automatic or manual
  • Four-cylinder or V-6
  • Hybrid and plug-in hybrid versions
  • Current List Price $8,923–$19,555
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.5) 334 reviews
  • Combined MPG 22-30
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan

Notable Features in 2013
  • Redesigned for 2013
  • Coupe or sedan, automatic or manual
  • Overall EPA mileage up 1 to 3 mpg
  • Four-cylinder or V-6
  • Shorter than last Accord

2008–2012 Accord

Redesigned in 2008

A substantial bump in size made the Accord slightly wider and 3 inches longer, resulting in a more spacious interior that benefited rear-seat passengers. The 2.4-liter four-cylinder was good for 177 hp in base models and 190 hp in more upscale trims. The optional V-6 got a power boost to 268 hp. New safety features included dual-stage airbags and emergency brake assist.

  • Current List Price $6,599–$16,087
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.5) 195 reviews
  • Combined MPG 21-28
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan

Notable Features in 2012
  • Four-cylinder or V-6
  • Sedan or coupe
  • Manual or automatic
  • Available navigation system
  • Current List Price $6,191–$14,355
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.6) 142 reviews
  • Combined MPG 21-28
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan

Notable Features in 2011
  • Four-cylinder or V-6
  • Sedan or coupe
  • Updated exterior styling
  • Improved gas mileage
  • New SE trim level
  • Current List Price $5,229–$13,117
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.4) 154 reviews
  • Combined MPG 21-26
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan

Notable Features in 2010
  • Four-cylinder or V-6
  • Manual or automatic
  • Sedan or coupe
  • Available navigation system
  • Available stick-shift V-6 coupe
  • Current List Price $4,795–$12,511
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.4) 164 reviews
  • Combined MPG 21-26
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan

Notable Features in 2009
  • Sedan or coupe
  • Optional high-output four-cylinder
  • Optional V-6 with cylinder deactivation
  • Standard stability system
  • Optional knob-based navigation system
  • Current List Price $4,106–$11,878
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.3) 275 reviews
  • Combined MPG 21-26
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan

Notable Features in 2008
  • Redesigned for 2008
  • Sedan or coupe
  • Optional high-output four-cylinder
  • Optional V-6 with cylinder deactivation
  • Standard stability system

2003–2007 Accord

Redesigned in 2003

Changes to the seventh-generation Accord included a slightly larger and more powerful 160-hp, 2.4-liter base four-cylinder engine matched with a five-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission. The optional V-6 was good for 240 hp and available with a six-speed manual for the first time in the coupe. Side curtain airbags were optional for the first time in 2003 and were standard across the lineup by 2005. A navigation system also became available. A hybrid powertrain made its first appearance in 2005, and all models received a face-lift and a slight power increase for 2006.

  • Current List Price $3,159–$10,039
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.6) 167 reviews
  • Combined MPG 24-30
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan

Notable Features in 2007
  • Four-cylinder or V-6
  • Sedan and coupe body styles
  • Six-speed manual in EX V-6 models
  • Available XM Satellite Radio
  • Optional navigation system
  • Accord Hybrid model
  • Current List Price $2,841–$9,385
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.7) 114 reviews
  • Combined MPG 24-30
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan

Notable Features in 2006
  • Four-cylinder or V-6
  • Sedan and coupe body styles
  • Six-speed manual in EX V-6 models
  • Available XM Satellite Radio
  • Optional navigation system
  • Accord Hybrid model
  • Current List Price $192–$10,620
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.6) 117 reviews
  • Combined MPG 25-33
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan

Notable Features in 2005
  • Four-cylinder or V-6
  • Sedan and coupe body styles
  • Six-speed manual in EX V-6 coupe
  • Available XM Satellite Radio
  • Optional navigation system
  • New Accord Hybrid model
  • Current List Price $2,143–$8,139
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.6) 113 reviews
  • Combined MPG 25-30
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan

Notable Features in 2004
  • Four-cylinder or V-6
  • Sedan and coupe body styles
  • Six-speed manual in EX V-6 coupe
  • XM Satellite Radio available
  • Optional navigation system
  • Current List Price $1,784–$7,452
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.5) 137 reviews
  • Combined MPG 25-30
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan

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1998–2002 Accord

Redesigned in 1998

With this generation of the Accord coupe and sedan models were further differentiated from each other with unique styling touches and different wheelbases. The wagon disappeared from the lineup, never to return. New 2.3-liter four-cylinder and 3.0-liter V-6 engines were offered, along with the choice of a manual or automatic transmission. New safety features included dual standard front airbags and optional side airbags.

  • Current List Price $575–$7,083
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.4) 98 reviews
  • Combined MPG 24-29
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan

Read About the 2002 Model 2002 Accord Articles
  • Current List Price $588–$6,336
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.6) 75 reviews
  • Combined MPG 24-29
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan

Read About the 2001 Model 2001 Accord Articles
  • Current List Price $544–$6,420
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.5) 72 reviews
  • Combined MPG 24-28
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan

Read About the 2000 Model 2000 Accord Articles
  • Current List Price $283–$5,627
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.4) 58 reviews
  • Combined MPG 24-28
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan

Read About the 1999 Model 1999 Accord Articles
  • Current List Price $488–$5,176
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.4) 52 reviews
  • Combined MPG 24-28
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan

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1994–1997 Accord

Redesigned in 1994

A slightly longer and wider Accord resulted in a roomier interior, but the big news for this redesign was under the hood, where a 170-hp V-6 was available for the first time starting in 1995. V-6 models also featured a different grille. More frugal shoppers could stick with the standard 2.2-liter four-cylinder. DX, LX and EX trims carried on, along with the choice of coupe, sedan and wagon body styles.

  • Current List Price $8–$4,948
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.7) 53 reviews
  • Combined MPG 22-28
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan, Wagon

Read About the 1997 Model 1997 Accord Articles
  • Current List Price $3–$5,667
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.6) 33 reviews
  • Combined MPG 22-28
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan, Wagon

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1990–1993 Accord

Redesigned in 1990

With a 107.1-inch wheelbase and an overall length of 185 inches, the Accord had evolved into a mid-size sedan by the time fourth-generation models arrived in 1990. DX, LX and EX trim levels were offered and a new wagon joined the coupe and sedan. All were powered by a new 2.2-liter four-cylinder engine and matched with a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission.

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  • Current List Price $74–$4,710
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.6) 19 reviews
  • Combined MPG 24-27
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan, Wagon

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