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Available as a four-door sedan, with hybrid and conventional drivetrains, the Honda Accord continues to lead its class of mainstream, midsize sedans. It comes well equipped, with standard Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ smartphone integration, as well as advanced driver assist systems such as automatic emergency braking.
But the Accord transcends its list of features with a feel and driving experience that’s a cut above most of its competitors. Strip off the Honda badge, and it wouldn’t be hard to imagine the Accord is a more expensive luxury sedan thanks to its exterior styling and an interior that features upscale touches like open-pore look wood trim. The Accord is also fun to drive, with sharp steering and sporty handling, while still maintaining a comfortable ride around town. Our partners at Edmunds found the Accord’s real-world fuel economy falls short of its EPA estimates, but they’re still quite good, and the Accord Hybrid is offered in multiple trims for fuel-conscious drivers.
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Front Wheel Drive (2WD)
F 42.3"/R 40.4"
F 39.5"/R 37.3"
Upscale Feel: While some cars in this class remind you that they’re a value play, the Accord doesn’t make you feel like you’ve compromised by avoiding a luxury brand. Instead, it imparts the sensation of being in a much more expensive car. It’s not any one thing, but the entirety of how the Accord is styled, packaged, and drives that elevates the experience.
Performance: To be clear, the Accord is not the quickest car in its class, in fact it's about average for the class in terms of acceleration. But the way the Accord responds to the driver puts it over the top. The engine and transmission work to improve fuel economy most of the time but respond quickly and smoothly to provide more power when you need it. The Accord also corners well, sticking to the road with no drama, and the brakes are easy to control for smooth stops.
Storage: Honda has earned a reputation for efficient space management, and the Accord is no exception. There’s excellent trunk volume, and it’s the same whether you’re choosing a standard Accord or the Hybrid. Inside, there are plenty of spots for small items, including a huge center console bin, and a cubby in the dash that easily accommodates a smartphone. Families will appreciate the easy access car seat anchors in the rear.
Fuel Economy: Even though EPA estimates for the Accord’s fuel economy are competitive, Edmunds’ real-world testing shows that the Accord comes up short. Even the smaller 1.5-liter gasoline-powered engine and hybrid models can’t quite match their EPA estimates, while other cars in this class can.
5 out of 51 customer reviews
RepairPal gave the Honda Accord an overall reliability rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, which RepairPal describes as Excellent. This rating ranks Honda Accord 4th out of 30 among Midsize Cars.View RepairPal's full rating of the Honda Accord
The 2022 Honda Accord is available in multiple trims, each with its own estimated fuel economy, here are the EPA estimates for each trim:
The Honda Accord received a rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars from RepairPal, which RepairPal describes as Excellent. This rating ranks the Honda Accord as 3 out of 30 among Midsize Car
The 2022 Honda Accord has received an average 5.0 out of 5 stars from our customers. If you're in the market for a 2022 Honda Accord, check out reviews from customers just like you. 2022 Honda Accord Reviews.
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