2019 Honda Accord Priced From $23,720 To $35,950, In Showrooms Nov 1

Honda’s 2019 Accord will arrive at dealerships across the U.S. beginning Thursday, November 1, with an entry-level MSRP of $23,720, excluding an $895 destination and handling tax.

At the other end of the range sits the $35,950 2.0-liter turbocharged Touring version, which comes with a segment-first 10-speed automatic transmission as well as the HondaLink telematics system, allowing drivers to lock and unlock the doors from virtually anywhere, via their smartphones.

Standard features across the lineup include LED headlights and taillights, dual-zone climate control, a 7-inch customizable digital driver’s meter, push-button start stop and the Honda Sensing suite of safety and driver-assist technologies, with systems like the optional rain-sensing windshield wipers, Blind Spot Information and Driver Attention Monitor on tap.

Additionally, there’s also an 8-inch high-res Display Audio touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support (Sport trims and above), plus a 6-inch head-up display, automatic Bluetooth phone pairing, wireless device charging and next-gen HondaLink Assist with 4G LTE in-car Wi-Fi.

Available powertrains include a turbocharged 1.5-liter 4-cylinder unit with 192 HP (194 PS) and 192 lb-ft (260 Nm) of torque, a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four with 252 HP (255 PS) and 273 lb-ft (370 Nm) of torque, and a hybrid that pairs a 2.0-liter i-VTEC unit with an electric motor for a total output of 212 HP (215 PS).

In order to emphasize the sedan’s sporty character, a short-throw 6-speed manual transmission is available for non-hybrid models, joined by a CVT and the previously-mentioned 10-speed automatic.

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  • charlotteharry57

    Translation: No Changes. None were expected. In typical Japanese fashion (vs. Americans, Koreans and Germans) you pay a lot (out the door) and get a modest amount in return. Aside from predicted reliability, but differences in that have become slimmer and slimmer.

    • willhaven

      You’re saying you get more standard features in a German car vs. an average Honda for the same money?

    • Dude

      Lol what are you smoking? Are you suggesting that German cars are a better value than Japanese cars? Honda just redesigned their sedan lineup. Of course they’re not going to make big changes every year. The Civic was the same 2016->2017

    • Trackhacker

      You have no idea what your talking about. Japanese cars come with way more standard features than the European cars, as well as yes they are much more reliability.

  • ErnieB

    This and the NSX are the only decent looking Honda’s.. everything else is crap.

    • Dr Bjorn K. Von Strangefingger

      E.G., the Ridgeline.

    • Bo Hanan

      Are ya kidding? Both cars look like oversized Civics.

      • Craig

        But isn’t every BMW just a bigger or smaller version of some other BMW?

        • Binbin90

          oooh that is true :]

        • Bo Hanan

          Yes. And Audi, Merc, Chevy etc.

        • Harry_Wild

          Mercedes S Class ->smaller models are E & C Class clones!

    • SpongeBob99Swell

      ..so apparently, this overdone incohesive monstrosity of a design is miles better than the new Insight’s… right?

      ..I hope you’re kidding..

  • Dr Bjorn K. Von Strangefingger

    I never see these on the roads anymore… used to see tons every day.

    • RudiXeno

      Perhaps because 2018 ushered in a butt-ugly successor to the classy previous generation. To my eyes they’ve produced a super-sized Honda Civic.

    • Dennis Scipio

      I see a handful of 2018 Accords where I live.

  • Loquacious Borborygmus

    It’s a shame that we don’t get this in the UK any more.

  • Craig

    A bit too dramatic for the Beige Camry crowd. It’s why sales numbers are not as impressive as they once were. But I would most definitely take an Accord over a Camry any day. That 2.0 T is very quick.

    • SpongeBob99Swell

      Not really surprising that it’s pretty quick off-the-line since the 2.0T here (also used in the new RDX) is based off the same unit from the Civic Type R. Just detuned.

  • Wandering_Spirit

    Genuinely ugly!

  • U8INIT

    ACCORD > CAMRY

  • BlackPegasus

    That rear lobster claw tail light cluster ruins an otherwise attractive sedan. The mid cycle refresh should fix that.

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