You know when you are looking for a great car that is not going to cost you a right arm to take it home and is not going to take you to the bank when it comes to repairs and overall upkeep. Honda has had a solid reputation of being a quality brand since it hit the marketplace. The Honda Accord is on its 11th year in the showrooms, and it seems to continue improving, year after year. At first glance the Accord has a look of class and sophistication. Not something you would expect to carry a Honda badge. Sleek lines, and a front facia that catch’s your attention. of the Accord lineup for this new generation has quite a selection of models. the least expensive trims, LX and EX, are powered by the 192-hp turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder gas engine. The more expensive models are all powered by a new 204-hp four-cylinder hybrid system borrowed t from the CR-V. The Accord’s designers have taken the eye-catching exterior styling and improved the interior design using elements like honeycomb-pattern dash trim that hides the air vents an impressive infotainment display that features some updated tech, including a new standard digital gauge display and an available 12.3-inch infotainment screen with a wireless Apple system. Plush seating, plenty of head and leg room make taking a tour to grandma’s house a pleasure. All Accords come standard with Honda Sensing. Which is a bundle of features like: automated emergency braking and lane-departure warning, adaptive cruise control and traffic sign recognition. So which Honda Accord do I want? LX $28,300. EX $30,000. Sport Hybrid $32,400. EX-L Hybrid $34,400. Sport L Hybrid $34,400. Touring Hybrid $38,400. With the cost of gas, you can count on the Honda Accord doing well in the EPA ratings. the 2023 Accord hybrid is good for 51 mpg city and 48 mpg highway. Fuel numbers for the nonhybrid Accord should be close to 30 mpg city and 38 mpg highway.
I can easily say that you will be nothing short of impressed with the Honda Accord. Beautiful exterior styling that gives it the appearance of a vehicle 10 dollars more expensive. The interior will also impress you with fine finishes to include leather, with full spacious seating and an exceptional audio system. Take a test drive and see what I am talking about. Honda continues to lead the pack of mid-range sedans that will certainly deliver a solid return on your investment.