2020 Honda Accord Model Review

30/38  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
7.6  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
5
Seats
16.7  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New For the 2020 Honda Accord?

Whether it's a voluminous trunk or a well-appointed cabin, the 2020 Honda Accord is focused on quality. It's this commitment that keeps it a top contender among midsize sedan. Judging from the following information, though, it's really in a league of its own.


2020 Honda Accord Interior

What Features are Available for 2020?

With seven midsize sedan models, the LX, Hybrid, Sport, EX, EX-L, and Touring, the Accord seems awfully full-sized in the choice of amenities. Just imagine power locks and windows, a 7-inch touchscreen, 4-speaker 160-watt audio, a USB port, a 12-volt outlet, and dual climate zones waiting in the cabin, but that's what to expect in the basic LX trim. The Hybrid trim shares nearly all the same advantages as the LX model, including a 16.7 cubic foot trunk thanks to a battery pack that's squared away under the rear seat. If eight speakers backed by 180 watts sounds better, try on the Accord Sport trim.

This one also kicks the touchscreen up to 8 inches and equips it with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, supplies a 2.5-amp smartphone-ready USB port, and gives the driver's seat 12 automated positions. Front headroom drops from 39.5 inches to 37.5 inches in the EX edition due to a spacious moonroof. This model also adds interior heating to the front seats, an extra USB port to the console, and HD radio and SiriusXM radio to the sound system. With a subwoofer, the 10-speaker audio system energized by 450 watts in the EX-L edition plays music as it was meant to be heard. And passengers will be experiencing it from leather-trimmed seats. Finally, heated rear seats and a wireless phone charger are some of the things that round out the Accord Touring model.

2020 Honda Accord Powertrain Options

2020 Honda AccordHonda makes sure the 2020 Accord has something under the hood for everyone by offering a 1.5-liter turbo-4 that works with a continuously variable transmission or CVT to accomplish 30 mpg city and 38 mpg highway. If its 192 horses aren't enough, the 252 horses manufactured by the 2-liter turbo-4 standard in the Touring edition should be. Tied to a 10-speed automatic transmission, it reaches 22 mpg city and 32 mpg highway. As nice as these fuel economy numbers are, they'll get even nicer in the Accord Hybrid built around a 2-liter inline-4 combined with an electric motor for 212 total horsepower. Yet to be tested for 2020, the previous version earned 48 mpg in both city and highway driving.

Packed with Safety Features

2020 Honda AccordJust looking at the results from the NHTSA, five stars for front impact, side-impact, and rollover testing would indicate the 2020 Accord couldn't get any safer. Info from the IIHS, the top score in all crash tests, confirms this. The Accord reinforces these results with things like airbags, antilock brakes, traction and stability control, and a rearview camera. But Honda wasn't satisfied, so they've added the Honda Sensing package to all Accord models. With it, the vehicle can detect forward collisions and lane departures and take automated corrective actions.


Purchase prices do not include tax, title, license and $499.00 doc fee. Prices include the listed Factory Offers and Incentives. Please verify all information. We are not responsible for typographical, technical, or misprint errors. Inventory is subject to prior sale. Contact us via phone or email for more details. *MPG Based on 2019 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition, and other factors.



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