What’s fun about the Honda Accord is that it’s a reliable model. The LX and the EX trims are similarly powered by a great turbocharged 1.5-liter, with four-cylinders propelling with about 192 horsepower behind them, the design is modern yet exciting and the 2023 model has already won a 10Best. There’s a base LX model that, unlike other Hondas, the prices have risen by a mere $300 to $825, all in “accordance” with the rising price-trend that has been concurrent with the United States. All while the EX-L has actually turned out to be $500 less expensive than the past year’s equivalent model.
So that said, we can look into the specifics of why these models cost more now than they do before…
Accord LX 2023 happens to offer LX as the only trim to shift below $30,000 at $28,390, and it comes equipped with 192-horsepower turbocharged 1.5-liter inline-four and a continuously variable automatic transmission. Heated front seats, a sunroof, a power driver’s and dual-zone automatic climate control area are just a couple of things that are included.
The bigger changes start to show with the new Sport model.
The price begins with $32,990 and is capable only as a hybrid, while the model optional 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four is finished. The hybrid lineup as well include $34,635 EX-L. Hopes are the fully loading space in $38,985 Touring. 2023 Accord’s hybrid system was revised and will be provide better fuel economy. With 44 miles per gallon combined for the Sport-L and Sport. With 48 miles per gallon combined for the EX-L. The ratings will up themselves about 1 mile per gallon in comparison with the 2022 Accord hybrid. The 2023 model year would mark the beginning of the 11th generation of the Honda Accord which in itself can be new and prettier than even before. Of course, we’ve seen the brand-new Accord and there’s more variety of the trim levels and powertrains, as we will see it on sale in the early stages of 2023. The $30,705 EX has itself been powered by the 1.5T.
Every hybrid is staged with a 12.3-inch touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality. Each trim are visually differentiated with black 19-inch wheels. New features visible on the Touring show a heads-up display, a Bose audio system as well as a bunch of Google functions for the infotainment system. Honda believes the 2023 Accord will reach dealerships the month.