2023 Honda Accord review, price and specifications

2023 Honda Accord review, price and specifications


honda accord is a car and driver A favourite, winning our 10 Best of the Year award year after year with its spacious interiors, driver-friendly road manners and impeccable build quality. For 2023, it again won a Top 10 award for its surprising overall affordability. The Accord is all-new for the 2023 model year, and it wears a handsome design that’s arguably the prettiest ever for Honda’s venerable family sedan. The hybrid powertrain becomes a more important part of the Accord lineup for this new generation as it comes standard on all but the two less-expensive trims. Those two, the LX and EX, are powered by the familiar 192-hp turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder gas engine carried over from the outgoing model—and they notably come with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). Upper trims are powered by the all-new 204-hp four-cylinder hybrid system essentially retained from the CR-V. Accord’s designers have complimented the sleek exterior styling by adorning the cabin with recently redesigned design elements. citizen, CR-VAnd HR V, which includes honeycomb-pattern dash trim that hides air vents and a freestanding rectangular infotainment display sprouting from above the instrument panel. Speaking of infotainment, the 2023 Accord gets a host of updated tech, including a new standard digital gauge display and a new 12.3-inch infotainment screen available with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

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What’s new for 2023?

2023 marks the start of model year 11th The next generation Honda Accord, which is all new and more beautiful than ever. Now that we’ve seen the new Accord and learned about its various trim levels and powertrains, we expect to see it on sale in early 2023.

Pricing and Which One to Buy

We’d recommend upgrading to the EX-L Hybrid. Not only does it add a more powerful 204-hp hybrid powertrain, but it also comes with a larger 12.3-inch infotainment display, front and rear parking sensors, leather upholstery, a sunroof, dual-zone automatic climate control, wireless Apple CarPlay, and more. Android Auto, and more.

Engine, Transmission and Performance

The LX and EX trims of the Accord are powered by a turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 192 horsepower and drives the front wheels via a CVT. Like previous generations of the Accord, the 2023 model doesn’t offer all-wheel drive. The hybrid powertrain takes a more prominent place in the lineup. It includes a 2.0-liter four-cylinder and two electric motors that combine for 204 horsepower, and is the only powertrain offered on the Sport, EX-L, Sport-L, and Touring models. Honda says it’s tweaked the suspension and steering on its family sedan to improve both ride quality and handling, and during our brief initial test drive, we really couldn’t tell much of a difference from the previous-generation model . And that’s okay, because the 2023 Accord remains as refined and fun to drive as ever. On our test track, our Touring test vehicle with the hybrid powertrain managed a cool 6.6-second zero-to-60-mph time. The handling of the Accord inspires confidence. Its steering is precise, body motions are well controlled, and the ride is compliant—a combination that drivers will surely appreciate as much as our editors do.

Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG

According to the EPA, the 2023 Accord Hybrid is good for 51 mpg city and 48 mpg highway. Fuel economy numbers for the non-hybrid Accord haven’t been released yet, but we expect it to align closely with the outgoing 2022 model, which will get 30 mpg city and 38 mpg highway with the turbo 1.5-liter four- Was rated for. Cylinder. When we get a chance, we’ll take the new Accord on our 75-mph highway fuel economy route and update this story with test results. For more information on the Accord’s fuel economy, see EPA website,

Interior, Comfort & Cargo

Like the exterior, the Accord’s cabin features a sleek design with elements borrowed from the latest Honda that help tie them in with the family DNA. The HVAC air vents, for example, hide behind an extension of the honeycomb trim, a clever design element also found on both the new Civic and CR-V SUVs. Honda says they’ve redesigned the Accord’s front seats to be more strongly supported and the trunk has been carefully shaped to hold up to 16.7 cubic feet of cargo. While the LX, EX and Sport trims come with cloth upholstery, all others come with leather.

Infotainment & Connectivity

A straightforward 7.0- or 12.3-inch touchscreen display provides easy access to the Accord’s infotainment system, and all models regardless of trim come with a 10.2-inch digital gauge display standard. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are included in the lineup, but only the one with the larger 12.3-inch touchscreen offers wireless connectivity for those features. High-end Touring trims come with a wireless smartphone charging pad, 6.0-inch heads-up display, and a 12-speaker Bose stereo system.

Safety and Driver-Assistance Features

All Accords come standard with a suite of driver-assistance technology that Honda calls Honda Sensing. The bundle of features includes automatic emergency braking and lane-departure warning as well as convenience functions such as adaptive cruise control and traffic sign recognition. For more information on the crash test results of the Accord, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).NHTSA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHSWebsites. Key security features include:

  • Standard Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection
  • Standard Lane-Departure Warning with Lane-Keeping Assist
  • standard adaptive cruise control

Warranty and Maintenance Coverage

Honda’s warranty coverage is adequate but falls short of the class-leading coverage period offered by Hyundai, but, like toyota camryThe Accord stands out in its class by offering complimentary scheduled maintenance.

  • Limited warranty covers 3 years or 36,000 miles
  • Powertrain warranty covers 5 years or 60,000 miles
  • Complimentary scheduled maintenance covered for 2 years or 24,000 miles
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2023 Honda Accord Touring
Vehicle Type: Front-Engine, Front-Motor, Front-Wheel-Drive, 5-Passenger, 4-Door Sedan

Base/as tested: $38,985/$38,985
option: none

DOHC 16-valve 2.0-liter Atkinson-cycle inline-4, 146 hp, 134 lb-ft + AC motor, 181 hp, 247 lb-ft (combined outputs: 204 hp, 247 lb-ft; 1.1-kWh lithium-ion) battery pack
Transmission: Direct-drive

Suspension, F/R: Struts/Multilink
Brakes, F/R: 12.3-in Vented Disc/11.1-in Disc
Tyres: Michelin Primacy MXM4
235/40R-19 96V M+S DT1

Wheelbase: 111.4 Inch
Length: 195.7 inches
Width: 73.3 inches
Height: 57.1 inches
Passenger Volume, F/R: 53/50 ft3
Trunk Volume: 17 ft3
Curb Weight: 3503 lb

CD Exam Results
60 mph: 6.6 seconds
1/4-mile: 15.3 sec @ 90 mph
100 mph: 19.5 sec

The above results leave a 1-ft rollout of 0.3 seconds.
Rolling start, 5–60 mph: 8.1 seconds
Top gear, 30-50 mph: 3.7 seconds
Top gear, 50-70 mph: 5.1 seconds
Top speed (Government Limited): 125 mph
Braking, 70–0 mph: 173 ft
Roadholding, 300-ft skidpad: 0.88 g

CD fuel economy
Viewed: 43 mpg

EPA Fuel Economy
Combined/City/Highway: 44/46/41 mpg

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