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Honda Accord News, Pricing and Reviews (Page 4)

Honda Accord News, Pricing and Reviews

Introduced to Japan in 1976, Honda Accord was effectively a slightly larger Civic derivative. Yet, Accord took Honda to the American mainstream with a larger, more comfortable interior, greater engine power, and standard accessories, generally reserved for midsize domestic cars costing thousands of dollars more - that trend continues today.

The first car manufactured in North America by a Japanese auto manufacturer, the Marysville, Ohio mainstay, comes to market in 2018 as the first turbocharged Honda midsize sedan. But that’s only part of story. Today, Accord is the best selling (non fleet) midsize 4-door sedan in the US. Available in 3 variants, including the very fuel efficient Accord Hybrid, with a beginning MSRP of $24,445, * includes destination charge. You will find the latest Accord developments, news and reviews here at Torque News.

New Honda Accord Pricing

  • 2018 Honda Accord LX 1.5 L turbocharged 4 door sedan base model: $23,570.00 +
  • 2018 Honda Accord 2.0 L Sport turbocharged 4-door sedan : $25,780.00+
  • Accord Hybrid pricing to be announced Q1 2018.
  • Changes for 2018: No coupe, no V6 engine.
By Parks McCants on July 15, 2017 - 10:24AM
Thousands of components, hundreds of part suppliers, the modern engineering wonder that is the car, while good, is man made and subject to flaws. Is your 2013 through 2016 Honda Accord impacted by the latest round of safety related component recall?
By Parks McCants on July 11, 2017 - 1:28PM
On Monday, Honda announced the 11th Takata airbag related fatality reported in the United States suffered by a shade tree mechanic making repairs on a 2001 Honda Accord.
By Parks McCants on June 11, 2017 - 4:43PM
Auto manufacturers remain cautious as to rolling out fully automated cars to the driving public. The reasoning is sound -- the driving public and infrastructure is not ready for it. Read why.
By Parks McCants on June 11, 2017 - 2:10PM
In a world of small displacement, high revving, turbocharged 4 cylinder engines and CVT transmissions, Honda Accord held on to its V6 engine roots longer than most. It will be missed!