The Accord by Honda is a multi-optioned sedan that comes in a variety of different model types. Honda is proud to offer the Accord and has been selling them widely for a number of years now. The Accord is reasonably priced, but depending on which one you choose, (there are seven different 2018 model Accords) impacts the price. Starting at $22,000 base and going all the way up to $34,000, there is an Accord to suit your budgetary needs. The highest priced model is the Touring, which has some cool options.
The Honda Accord Touring includes all of the upgrades the Accord EX-L V6 has. Honda Sensing Suite of Safety and driver assistive features keep the driver safe on the road. A Honda Satellite-linked Navigation System with voice recognition puts the passenger navigator out of a job. LED headlights have an auto on/off feature. 19-inch alloy wheels lend the Accord a sleek style. Automatic rain sensing intermittent windshield wipers and an auto high beam headlight give the latest tech to the highest Honda Accord available. MSRP is just under $35,000.
A little cheaper than the Touring, the EX-L V6 has a tuned 278 horsepower 3.5-liter VTEC V6 engine which comes with variable cylinder management. Starting at $30,995, it comes in colors like Kona Coffee and Lunar Silver. Backup sensors and a wireless phone charger are optional on any Accord. The 6-speed automatic transmission is fun to drive for sure. Black leather interior is standard on this model.
A 2.4-liter 4-cylinder starts at an MSRP of $28,920. Black or gray leather interior, 17-inch alloy wheels and exterior colors, such as Basque Red and Champagne Frost. Exterior body upgrades are practically endless.
The EX Accord starts out at $25,830. It has a 6-speed manual with a 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine. Offered in two exterior colors, Modern Steel or Lunar Silver, the black cloth interior is standard. An illuminated door sill trim can be added for under $300.
Sport Special Edition
The Honda Accord Sport Special Edition starts at an MSRP of $24,515. A 6-speed 2.4-liter 4-cylinder is standard. Add CVT, the Continuously Variable Transmission, for under a grand.
This is just a taste of what Honda has to offer. The newer Accords are luxury sedans if the right model is found. Fast little cars, the Accord is proven with a track record of Japanese excellence. The many different models are made so that there is an affordable Accord for everybody. Take a look at the Honda website for more information. The Honda Accord is still a consumer favorite. Test drive one today!