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2021 Honda Accord Touring

2021 Honda Accord Touring - 11,820 mi

Sanford, FL - Listed 13 days ago
  • $6,119 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • certified used, low annual miles
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2020 Honda Accord Sport

2020 Honda Accord Sport - 23,295 mi

Paramus, NJ - Listed 29 days ago
  • $5,771 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner, certified used, low annual miles
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  • 2019
    $25,369
  • 2020
    $26,531
  • 2021
    $28,823
  • 2022
    $31,364
  • 2023
    $30,341
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What's the price of a Honda Accord Sedan by year?

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How can you save money on a used Honda Accord?

  • Accord

    $28,769
    $4,810 Savings

    Accord Hybrid

    $33,579
  • For Sale by Owner

    $25,250
    $3,520 Savings

    For Sale by Dealer

    $28,770
  • CPO

    $28,658
    $863 Savings

    Non-CPO

    $29,521

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$3,978Average Premium

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2017 Honda Accord EX

2017 Honda Accord EX - 67,561 mi

Chattanooga, TN - Listed 8 days ago
  • $2,328 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • certified used, low annual miles
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2016 Honda Accord EX

2016 Honda Accord EX - 85,798 mi

Dallas, TX - Listed 9 days ago
  • $2,325 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner, certified used, low annual miles
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2021 Honda Accord Sport

2021 Honda Accord Sport - 28,677 mi

Fort Myers, FL - Listed 18 days ago
  • $3,763 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner, certified used, low annual miles
$29,486
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2015 Honda Accord EX w/Leather

2015 Honda Accord EX w/Leather - 120,301 mi

Rockwall, TX - Listed 19 days ago
  • $2,071 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • certified used
$14,991
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2019 Honda Accord LX

2019 Honda Accord LX - 51,020 mi

Fargo, ND - Listed 103 days ago
  • $2,411 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner, certified used, low annual miles
$21,000
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2018 Honda Accord Touring

2018 Honda Accord Touring - 4,168 mi

Pittsburg, CA - Listed 7 days ago
  • $3,627 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • certified used, low annual miles
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2020 Honda Accord Sport

2020 Honda Accord Sport - 46,344 mi

Phoenix, AZ - Listed 13 days ago
  • $6,004 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • certified used, low annual miles
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2017 Honda Accord LX

2017 Honda Accord LX - 101,067 mi

Dallas, TX - Listed 13 days ago
  • $1,814 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner, certified used
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2005 Honda Accord EX

2005 Honda Accord EX - 182,812 mi

Mentor, OH - Listed 22 days ago
  • $1,615 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1 positive
$3,921
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2007 Honda Accord LX

2007 Honda Accord LX - 223,267 mi

Salt Lake City, UT - Listed 46 days ago
  • $1,627 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 4 price drops in 47 days
$3,796
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2016 Honda Accord EX

2016 Honda Accord EX - 148,609 mi

Dayton, OH - Listed 71 days ago
  • $3,243 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner, 1 positive
$12,487
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2008 Honda Accord EX-L

2008 Honda Accord EX-L - 109,526 mi

Mcdonough, GA - Listed 5 days ago
  • $1,484 below market price
  • dealer rating
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2013 Honda Accord EX-L

2013 Honda Accord EX-L - 70,545 mi

Delray Beach, FL - Listed 65 days ago
  • $2,234 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner, 2 positives , low annual miles
$15,444
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2013 Honda Accord EX

2013 Honda Accord EX - 164,409 mi

Rockwall, TX - Listed 81 days ago
  • $2,548 below market price
  • dealer rating
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2014 Honda Accord LX

2014 Honda Accord LX - 90,486 mi

Bridgman, MI - Listed 50 days ago
  • $2,806 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • low annual miles
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2010 Honda Accord EX-L

2010 Honda Accord EX-L - 79,889 mi

Fort Lauderdale, FL - Listed 13 days ago
  • $1,853 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner, 3 positives , low annual miles
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2014 Honda Accord EX-L

2014 Honda Accord EX-L - 111,413 mi

Orlando, FL - Listed 15 days ago
  • $2,221 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1 price drop in 16 days
$13,706
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Used Honda Accord Pricing

Average Price
$22,005
For a used Honda Accord
Average Savings
$1,426
Based on all Accord deals found
Biggest Savings
$7,051
Below estimated market price
Good Deal
$19,904
Typical price of a good deal
Year Price Mileage
2023 $29,841 to $30,849 1,000 to 5,089 miles
2022 $30,860 to $31,875 1,000 to 21,374 miles
2021 $26,905 to $30,877 7,454 to 47,053 miles
2020 $25,524 to $27,577 9,691 to 55,709 miles
2019 $23,873 to $26,959 12,581 to 72,580 miles

How to save money when buying a used Honda Accord ?

Fuel Type An Accord averages $4,810 less than an Accord Hybrid
Seller Type Save $3,520 when you buy an Accord for sale by owner vs a Honda Accord from a dealer
Certified Choosing Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) vs non-CPO can save you $863 on a Honda Accord
Transmission Buying a Honda Accord with automatic transmission instead of a stick shift can save you $613

Honda Accord Rankings vs. the Competition

(Based on Last 5 Years' Data)
#1 - Longest-lasting
#1 - Most cargo room
#2 - Kept longest
#2 - Safest
#2 - Greenest
#3 - Most horsepower
#4 - Most spacious
#5 - Most fuel-efficient
#6 - Most leg room
#1 - Longest-lasting
#1 - Greenest
#2 - Safest
#2 - Most spacious
#3 - Kept longest
#3 - Most fuel-efficient
#5 - Most cargo room
#6 - Most horsepower
#7 - Most leg room

Honda Accord Model Review

The Honda Accord is a top-selling family sedan known for its high quality, reliability and safety ratings. The current Accord was redesigned for the 2018 model year, with recent models costing between $17,795 to $27,792.

Honda Accord Pros

  • Excellent quality, reliability and value
  • Sublime blend of ride comfort and driver engagement
  • Consistently high safety ratings
Honda Accord Cons
  • Ride quality may be too firm for some
  • Wind and road noise higher than some competitors
  • Volume buttons instead of a knob (depending on year)

Is the Honda Accord a Good Car?

The Honda Accord is among the best midsize family sedans you can buy. This is reflected in the Accord’s reduced ownership costs and high resale value. It’s been a consistent leader in design, quality, fuel efficiency and safety, and it boasts a near-perfect balance between comfortable ride quality and engaging driving dynamics.

Which Honda Accord is Right for Me?

The Honda Accord is available in a variety of trims, ranging from the base LX model to the sporty (and appropriately named) Sport model, to the premium EX and Touring versions. There’s also an Accord Hybrid for shoppers seeking maximum fuel efficiency. Even the base Accord LX comes well equipped, while the top-of-the-line EX-L and Touring models include luxury amenities like leather seating, a sunroof, heated seats, and an upgraded audio system. Shoppers looking for a balance of value and features should consider the Sport or EX trims.

Does the Honda Accord have AWD?

The Honda Accord has never offered all-wheel drive. The Accord offers standard traction and stability control, making it fairly capable and confident on slippery surfaces, but not ideal for deep snow or off-pavement driving.

How Much Horsepower Does the Honda Accord Have?

The current Honda Accord offers either 192 horsepower from its 1.5-liter turbocharged engine or 252 horsepower from its 2.0-liter, turbocharged engine, both of them four-cylinders. Past Honda Accords have featured four-cylinder and six-cylinder engines with horsepower ratings ranging from 177 horsepower to 278 horsepower.

What Year Honda Accord is Best?

The Honda Accord has been a consistently safe, reliable and fuel-efficient midsize family sedan for decades, with no specific year offering a substantial advantage over other years. However, standard safety technology and driver-assist tech like radar cruise control, lane departure warning and automatic emergency braking appeared on the Accord during the 2018 redesign. Fans of the V6 engine will want to consider the 2013-2017 Honda Accord, as the V6 was dropped in 2018.

When Will the Honda Accord Be Redesigned?

Honda Accords are typically redesigned every 5 model years, which means the next Honda Accord redesign is due for the 2023 model year.

How Much can a Honda Accord Tow?

Honda Accords are not primarily meant to tow things, but if a proper tow hitch is attached to an Accord it might be able to tow between 500 and 1,000 pounds, depending on the year and engine power. Always check your owner’s manual or with your local dealer to determine an Accord’s tow capacity.

Current Honda Accord – 2018-Present:

The full redesign of the 2018 Honda Accord included an all-new body with a sleeker roofline and more aggressive front-end styling. The Accord coupe was dropped as part of this redesign, as was the V6 engine.

Two turbocharged four-cylinder engines, a base 1.5-liter offering 192 horsepower and an available 2.0-liter with 252 horsepower, provide motivation. A continuously variable transmission (CVT) is paired with the 1.5-liter engine, helping it achieve 33 mpg, while a traditional 10-speed automatic is connected to the 2.0-liter and delivers 27 mpg. For enthusiast drivers, Honda offered a six-speed manual transmission in the Accord with either engine, a rare option in modern family sedans and (sadly) one that was dropped for the 2021 model year. An Accord Hybrid, providing 212 horsepower and 48 mpg, widens the Accord’s appeal to eco-conscious shoppers looking to cut their fuel bill.

Trim levels start at the base Accord LX, with LED headlights and taillights, 17-inch wheels, dual-zone climate control, push-button start and the aforementioned 1.5-liter engine. Standard safety equipment includes adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking and lane departure warning with intervention. The Accord Sport adds a power driver’s seat, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, 19-inch wheels, a rear spoiler and an upgraded audio system. The Accord EX provides heated exterior mirrors, a sunroof, heated front seats and keyless entry, while the EX-L adds driver-seat memory settings, a power passenger seat, leather upholstery and a 10-speaker audio system. Finally, the top-of-the-line Accord Touring adds a head-up display, ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, front and rear parking sensors, a Wi-Fi hotspot, wireless phone charging and adjustable multiple driving modes leveraging advanced suspension dampers. The Honda Accord Hybrid combines a 2.0-liter, Atkinson-cycle four-cylinder engine with two electric motors to deliver 47 mpg. The Accord hybrid was offered in base, EX, EX-L and Touring trims. Shop for the 2018-current Honda Accord

2018-Current Honda Accord Trim Levels:

  • Accord LX (Base): LED headlights, taillights, 17-inch wheels, dual-zone climate control, keyless (push-button) start, adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning with emergency braking, lane departure warning with intervention, 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, continuously variable transmission, 192 hp, 33 mpg
  • Accord Sport: adds fog lights, rear spoiler, 19-inch wheels, power driver’s seat, 8-inch touch screen, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, upgraded audio system (larger 2.0-liter engine with 10-speed automatic, 252 horsepower and 27 mpg, is optional on Sport and above trims)
  • Accord EX: adds a sunroof, heated exterior mirrors, heated front seats, keyless entry
  • Accord EX-L: adds driver-seat memory settings, a power front passenger seat, leather upholstery, 10-speaker audio system
  • Accord Touring: adds a head-up display, ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, front and rear parking sensors, advanced suspension dampers with multiple driving modes, wireless phone charging, Wi-Fi hot spot, navigation, voice recognition
  • Accord Hybrid: available in base, EX, EX-L and Touring trim

Running Changes to the 2018-Current Honda Accord

  • 2018: Full redesign with sleeker exterior styling and a larger trunk, two turbo four-cylinder engines, 10-speed automatic debuts, more advanced safety and driver-assist technology, V6 engine dropped, coupe dropped
  • 2019: 2.0-liter engine becomes standard in Tour trim
  • 2020: No changes
  • 2021: Small exterior styling updates, standard 8-inch display on all trims, standard Apple CarPlay/Android Auto with optional wireless connectivity, Sport SE trim introduced to replace dropped EX trim, manual transmission option removed

Honda Accord – 2013-2017:

A complete redesign of the 2013 Honda Accord included a slightly smaller body, but with a slightly more interior space. Offered in sedan and coupe form, the new Accord’s styling didn’t change much from the previous version.

The base 2.4-liter drivetrain received new direct-injection technology, which paired with the Accord’s first continuously variable transmission (CVT) to improve both performance and fuel efficiency. With 185 horsepower (189 in Sport models) this Accord offered strong acceleration, and a combined 30 mpg fuel rating (29 in Sport models) was a 10 percent jump over the previous Accord. A six-speed manual was also offered with this drivetrain, though combined mileage dropped to 28 mpg. The optional 3.5-liter V6 egnine, producing 278 horsepower, was paired with either a six-speed automatic (available on EX and above sedans) or a six-speed manual (but only on the coupe). This was the last version of the Accord to offer a V6 and manual transmission combination. Fuel efficiency ratings for the V6 dropped to 25 mpg with the automatic, or 22 mpg for the six-speed manual coupe. The Accord Hybrid used a 2.0-liter Atkinson-cycle four-cylinder engine combined with an electric motor to provide 196 horsepower and 47 mpg.

The Honda Accord’s familiar LX trim was the base model, with standard equipment that included 16-inch wheels, dual-zone automatic climate control, Bluetooth phone connectivity, an auxiliary audio jack, a CD player, and iPod integration through a USB port. The LX-S trim (offered only on the coupe) mirrored these standard features. A Sport trim bumped horsepower to 189 and added 18-inch wheels, a rear spoiler and a power driver’s seat, along with paddle shifters when equipped with an automatic. The EX trim gave the Accord 17-inch wheels, a sunroof, heated mirrors, keyless entry and ignition, a six-speaker audio system and LaneWatch technology, including an exterior video camera that displayed the car’s blind spot in the gauge cluster. The EX-L trim added leather seats, along with a power passenger seat, a 7-speaker premium audio system, Hondalink with smartphone integration and safety technology in the form of forward-collision and lane departure warnings. EX-L with Navi added a navigation system while the top-line Accord Touring added LED headlights and adaptive cruise control. Shop for the 2013-2017 Honda Accord

2013-2017 Honda Accord Trim Levels:

  • Accord LX (Base): 16-inch wheels, dual-zone automatic climate control, Bluetooth phone connectivity, auxiliary audio jack, CD player, USB port with iPod integration, 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine, continuously variable transmission (CVT), 185 horsepower, 30 mpg
  • Accord LX-S: same features at LX in coupe form only
  • Accord Sport: adds 18-inch wheels, rear spoiler, power driver’s seat, leather-wrapped steering wheel, paddle shifters for automatic cars, 189 hp, 29 mpg
  • Accord Sport SE: introduced in 2017 with heated front seats, leather upholstery and unique badging
  • Accord EX: adds 17-inch wheels, sunroof, heated mirrors, keyless start, keyless entry, 6-speaker audio system, LaneWatch
  • Accord EX-L: adds leather seats, driver’s seat memory, power passenger seat, 7-speaker audio system, satellite radio, HondaLink connectivity with smartphone integration, forward-collision warning, lane-departure warning
  • Accord EX-L with Navi: adds a navigation system with voice recognition
  • Accord Touring: adds LED headlights, adaptive cruise control, 3.5-liter V6 with 278 hp and 25 mpg
  • Accord Hybrid: available in base, EX, EX-L and Touring trim, 2.0-liter four-cylinder and electric motor, 196 hp and 47 mpg
  • Accord Plug-in Hybrid: same equipment as Touring trim, 47 mpg, 13-mile range on 6.7-kWh battery

Running Changes to the 2013-2017 Honda Accord

  • 2013: Full redesign with a slightly smaller exterior size, more powerful and fuel-efficient engines, continuously variable transmission introduced on four-cylinder models, standard Bluetooth and USB port, optional HondaLink connectivity
  • 2014: Accord hybrid and plug-in hybrid models introduced, Accord LX seat fabric upgraded
  • 2015: HomeLink now standard on EX-L and EX-L Navigation trims, Honda LaneWatch becomes standard on EX coupe four-cylinder, auto-dimming rearview mirror now standard on Accord EX-L and above coupes
  • 2016: Updated exterior styling, new wheel designs, LED foglights on Sport and above, revised suspension tuning, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto introduced, Honda Sensing offered on all trims
  • 2017: Sport SE trim introduced

Honda Accord 2008-2012:

The 2008 Honda Accord redesign resulted in the largest Accord ever, officially putting it (just barely) in the “large car” category according to EPA specifications. This Accord was offered in coupe and sedan body styles with four- and six-cylinder engines.

Two versions of the Accord’s 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine, plus a larger 3.5-liter V6, gave buyers plenty of powertrain choices. The base four-cylinder produced 177 horsepower and delivered 21 city and 31 highway mpg. The upgraded 2.4-liter, offered on EX sedans and all coupes, delivered 190 horsepower and same (21/31) fuel economy. Those fuel efficiency numbers reflect the Accord’s five-speed automatic, but a five-speed manual transmission was offered with either four-cylinder engine. The V6 engine provided 268 horsepower and delivered 19 city or 29 highway mpg when paired with the five-speed auto. A six-speed manual transmission was available with the V6 engine, delivering 17 city and 25 highway mpg, but only in coupe form.

The base Honda Accord LX sedan included 16-inch steel wheels, keyless entry and a six-speaker audio system with auxiliary input and a single CD player. The Accord LX-P sedan featured aluminum 16-inch wheels, a power driver’s seat and auto up/down front windows. The LX-S, as the base coupe trim, added a 6-disc CD changer but doesn’t include a power driver’s seat or auto up/down passenger window. The Honda Accord EX sedan and coupe featured a sunroof and 17-inch wheels, with the coupe also gaining a more powerful audio system with a subwoofer and the sedan getting the 6-disc CD player. The EX-L trim included automatic headlights, leather heated front seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, dual-zone automatic climate control and satellite radio on both the coupe and sedan. A navigation system with voice control and Bluetooth connectivity was available as an option on EX-L models. Shop for the 2008-2012 Honda Accord

2008-2012 Honda Accord Trim Levels:

  • Accord LX (Base): 16-inch steel wheels, keyless entry, 6-speaker audio system with CD player and auxiliary input, 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine with 177 hp and 21 mpg city, 31 mpg highway
  • Accord LX-P: 16-inch steel wheels, power driver’s seat, auto up/down front windows
  • Accord LX-S: same features as LX but in coupe form, with 6-disc CD changer and no power driver’s seat or auto up/down windows
  • Accord EX: adds 17-inch wheels, sunroof, and coupe gets upgraded audio system with subwoofer, standard 2.4-liter engine upgraded to 190 hp, optional 3.5-liter V6 produced 268 horsepower with 19 city mpg, 29 highway mpg
  • Accord EX-L: adds automatic headlights, leather heated front seats, leather-wrapped steering wheel, dual-zone automatic climate control, satellite radio

Running Changes to the 2008-2012 Honda Accord

  • 2008: Full redesign with a larger body, sleeker styling, roomier interior, more powerful and fuel-efficient engines
  • 2009: Revised V6 horsepower ratings
  • 2010: Rear-seat ventilation ducts on EX and EX-L, standard Bluetooth for all EX-Ls
  • 2011: Revised styling and engine/transmission tuning results in improved fuel efficiency, new features include optional USB port for iPod connectivity, rearview camera, shift paddles and driver’s seat memory
  • 2012: USB connectivity standard on all trims

Honda Accord versus the Competition

Honda Accord versus Honda Civic

While the Honda Accord and Honda Civic are both cars from the same manufacturer, they occupy different slots in Honda’s lineup. The Honda Accord is a midsize family sedan with plenty of room for four or five adults, a comfortable ride quality and a large trunk. The Honda Civic is a compact sedan with adequate space for four adults, more engaging driving dynamics and less noise insulation.

Honda Accord versus Toyota Camry

The Honda Accord and Toyota Camry are both high-quality, highly refined family sedans with excellent safety equipment and high fuel efficiency. The Camry edges the Accord on pure refinement, ride quality, and resale value, while the Accord wins on driving dynamics, interior design and exterior styling.

Honda Accord versus Mazda 6

If there’s a midsize sedan that consistently outguns even the Accord’s excellent driving dynamics, it’s the Mazda 6. The Mazda 6 also features consistently attractive exterior styling and intuitive interior controls, along with fuel efficiency on par or better than the Accord. But resale value and refinement aren’t quite at Honda’s levels.

Honda Accord versus Acura TL

The Honda Accord and Acura TL are both four-door sedans engineered and sold by American Honda. The Honda Accord is a midsize family sedan while the Acura TL is a sporty luxury sedan. Both offer roomy interiors and a refined ride, but the Acura TL has more luxurious interior materials and can be ordered with all-wheel drive. The Honda Accord is priced lower than the Acura TL, both as a new or used car when comparing similar years, miles and condition.

Honda Accord versus Nissan Altima

The Nissan Altima matches the Accord on horsepower and interior space, while arguably outclassing it on style. But it’s drivetrain is not as refined as the Accord, interior materials have often lagged behind the Honda, and the Altima’s quality/reliability, while strong, isn’t up to the Accord’s level.

Honda Accord versus Hyundai Sonata

Hyundai’s Sonata has long offered excellent value, and over the last decade it’s been able to meet, or arguably beat, the Accord on styling, too. Hyundai quality and reliability has also been on the rise, as have interior material quality and safety tech, putting these two much closer in overall desirability in recent years.

Honda Accord versus Kia Optima/K5

The Kia Optima holds up well against the Accord, with exterior styling, interior design and material quality, and value-for-the-money on par (or better?) than Honda’s family sedan. The Optima doesn’t quite match the Accord in terms of drivetrain refinement, but Honda’s advantage here is minimal.

Honda Accord versus Chevrolet Malibu

The Chevrolet Malibu has improved dramatically in recent years. And while recent models have displayed quality, refinement and fuel efficiency on par with segment benchmarks, like the Accord, the Malibu’s longstanding reputation of struggling in these areas always hurt its resale value, giving the Accord the advantage in ownership costs.

Honda Accord versus Ford Fusion

The Ford Fusion’s exterior styling and driving dynamics are where it holds its own against the Honda Accord. In the areas of refinement, quality and longevity the Fusion can’t live up to the Accord’s high standards, as reflected in the Fusion’s much lower resale value compared to the Honda.

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Average car color pricing for a used Honda Accord ?

Rank Color Compared to Avg Price
1 Brown $1,760 Savings
2 Beige $1,483 Savings
3 Gold $318 Savings
4 Red $266 Savings
5 Black $187 Savings
6 Blue $54 Savings
7 Silver $49 Savings
8 Gray $137 Higher
9 White $315 Higher
10 Purple $3,978 Higher

What Honda Accord color has the best resale value ?

Price differences by car color compared to the average price of a used Honda Accord

What is the best time to buy a used Honda Accord ?

Good times to buy
- Save $237 on average: January, August, September, October, November, December are good times to buy to find the best prices.
Good times to sell
- Make an extra $241 on average: February, March, April, May, June, July are good times to sell to get the best prices

What is the average price for Used Honda Accord? How many are for sale and priced below market?

  • 17,387 cars for sale found, starting at $1,250
  • Average price for Used Honda Accord: $22,005
  • 2,979 deals found. Average savings of $1,426
  • Save up to $7,051 below estimated market price

What's the price of a Used Honda Accord Sedan by year?

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Average mileage by year

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Top Cities Average Price
Chicago $17,768
Atlanta $17,991
Washington $18,886
Baltimore $19,253
Philadelphia $19,296
New York $20,189
Houston $22,215
Dallas $22,463
Los Angeles $22,515
Miami $23,740
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What colors are the best deals for a Honda Accord ?

Least Expensive Color
Brown $1,760Average Savings
Most Expensive Color
Purple $3,978Average Premium
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What Is The Average Price Of A Used Honda Accord By Model Year?

Year Average Price Deals Listings
2023 Honda Accord for Sale Near Me $30,187 Save $2,881 on 18 deals 1,356 listings
2022 Honda Accord for Sale Near Me $31,853 Save $7,051 on 151 deals 1,106 listings
2021 Honda Accord for Sale Near Me $29,805 Save $6,170 on 248 deals 1,871 listings
2020 Honda Accord for Sale Near Me $27,343 Save $6,004 on 279 deals 2,546 listings
2019 Honda Accord for Sale Near Me $26,007 Save $5,730 on 200 deals 1,371 listings
2018 Honda Accord for Sale Near Me $24,175 Save $5,794 on 256 deals 1,459 listings
2017 Honda Accord for Sale Near Me $20,157 Save $6,220 on 252 deals 951 listings
2016 Honda Accord for Sale Near Me $18,981 Save $5,728 on 143 deals 721 listings
2015 Honda Accord for Sale Near Me $16,908 Save $5,850 on 179 deals 775 listings
2014 Honda Accord for Sale Near Me $15,538 Save $4,881 on 207 deals 840 listings
2013 Honda Accord for Sale Near Me $14,405 Save $4,261 on 178 deals 762 listings
2012 Honda Accord for Sale Near Me $12,172 Save $3,947 on 179 deals 631 listings
2010 Honda Accord for Sale Near Me $10,230 Save $3,679 on 133 deals 515 listings
2008 Honda Accord for Sale Near Me $8,929 Save $3,780 on 99 deals 451 listings
2007 Honda Accord for Sale Near Me $7,974 Save $3,237 on 67 deals 304 listings

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Prices in top Cities

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Honda Accord in New York $21,207 Save $5,771 on 400 deals 1,770 listings
Honda Accord in Los Angeles $22,726 Save $5,226 on 239 deals 1,271 listings
Honda Accord in Chicago $20,329 Save $3,120 on 81 deals 385 listings
Honda Accord in San Francisco $23,763 Save $5,850 on 84 deals 446 listings
Honda Accord in Dallas $23,553 Save $5,593 on 144 deals 594 listings
Honda Accord in Atlanta $19,583 Save $6,141 on 188 deals 680 listings
Honda Accord in Phoenix $21,149 Save $6,476 on 57 deals 293 listings
Honda Accord in Detroit $17,487 Save $4,532 on 17 deals 96 listings
Honda Accord in Seattle $19,616 Save $5,585 on 27 deals 192 listings
Honda Accord in Minneapolis $18,268 Save $5,730 on 11 deals 72 listings
Honda Accord in Miami $24,389 Save $5,903 on 148 deals 751 listings
Honda Accord in Denver $17,111 Save $3,931 on 20 deals 160 listings
Honda Accord in Saint Louis $20,066 Save $3,854 on 21 deals 109 listings
Honda Accord in New Orleans $21,173 Save $3,040 on 22 deals 108 listings
Honda Accord in Charleston $22,199 Save $2,482 on 14 deals 69 listings

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Honda Odyssey for Sale $25,795 Save $11,011 on 1,320 deals 6,222 listings
Honda Pilot for Sale $30,486 Save $8,384 on 1,509 deals 8,784 listings

Popular Honda Accord Searches

Average Price Deals Listings
By Owner $11,332 Save $3,136 on 3 deals 10 listings
Cheap $22,033 Save $7,051 on 2,965 deals 16,732 listings

Popular Honda Accord Price Searches

Average Price Deals Listings
Used Honda Accord for Sale Under $10,000 $7,466 Save $4,067 on 771 deals 2,330 listings
Used Honda Accord for Sale Under $5,000 $4,032 Save $3,209 on 153 deals 360 listings
Used Honda Accord for Sale Under $15,000 $10,267 Save $6,220 on 1,347 deals 4,595 listings
Used Honda Accord for Sale Under $6,000 $4,811 Save $3,797 on 282 deals 661 listings
Used Honda Accord for Sale Under $20,000 $12,884 Save $6,220 on 1,898 deals 6,933 listings
Used Honda Accord for Sale Under $3,000 $2,448 Save $1,980 on 17 deals 57 listings
Used Honda Accord for Sale Under $8,000 $6,220 Save $3,797 on 512 deals 1,432 listings
Used Honda Accord for Sale Under $7,000 $5,474 Save $3,797 on 382 deals 1,000 listings
Used Honda Accord for Sale Under $12,000 $8,557 Save $4,276 on 981 deals 3,204 listings
Used Honda Accord for Sale Under $2,000 $1,794 Save $1,276 on 3 deals 17 listings

Popular Honda Accord Colors

Average Price Deals Listings
Green Honda Accord for Sale $9,744 Save $4,881 on 13 deals 69 listings
Purple Honda Accord for Sale $9,726 Save $3,120 on 2 deals 3 listings
Gray Honda Accord for Sale $21,688 Save $4,721 on 331 deals 1,971 listings
Gold Honda Accord for Sale $12,069 Save $3,897 on 26 deals 131 listings
Red Honda Accord for Sale $22,631 Save $6,170 on 182 deals 1,019 listings
Black Honda Accord for Sale $22,117 Save $5,744 on 288 deals 1,767 listings
White Honda Accord for Sale $21,158 Save $5,319 on 186 deals 1,343 listings

Average Price of Used Honda Accord Trims

Trim Average Price Listings Specs
Used Honda Accord Sport
(2013-2020)
$25,624 5,419 Listings
Body Style Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Honda Accord LX
(1981-2020)
$18,283 4,378 Listings
Body Style Coupe, Hatchback, Sedan, Wagon
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Honda Accord EX-L
(2007-2020)
$20,072 2,845 Listings
Body Style Coupe, Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Honda Accord EX
(1990-2020)
$17,516 1,709 Listings
Body Style Coupe, Sedan, Wagon
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Honda Accord Sport Special Edition
(2017)
$28,463 804 Listings
Body Style Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Honda Accord Touring
(2013-2020)
$28,115 768 Listings
Body Style Coupe, Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Honda Accord EX-L V6
(2008-2017)
$15,709 570 Listings
Body Style Coupe, Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Honda Accord LX-P
(2008-2012)
$10,046 382 Listings
Body Style Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Honda Accord SE
(1991, 1993, 2000, 2002, 2011-2012)
$11,387 284 Listings
Body Style Coupe, Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Honda Accord EX V-6
(2002-2006)
$6,207 248 Listings
Body Style Coupe, Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Test Drive Reviews

2018 Honda Accord

Along with its arch nemesis the Toyota Camry, the Honda Accord defines the midsize family car. In terms of both sales and critical acclaim, the Accord is one of the all-time top cars and it seems to just keep getting better as the generations pass.

The 2018 Accord is all-new for Honda and the biggest departure from past models since its 2003 modernization. The new Accord brings a fresh new look inside and out, all-new drivetrains including two outstanding turbocharged engines, and standard safety that puts it at the top of the list in its own class and in every segment.

Honda gambled here, but hedged its bets. The changes are sensible and smart, and Honda made no blunders with this new Accord that might give Camry an edge. Rather, Honda made certain that in almost every regard, the Accord moves the bar higher and to a new level we feel that most automakers will have trouble reaching with their competitive models.
See the full 2018 Honda Accord Test Drive Review.

2016 Honda Accord

As the 2.4 liter 185 horsepower Earth Dreams inline 4-cylinder shot towards its 6800 RPM redline with the speed of a rifle bullet and with the same amount of mechanical precision, in our minds we were no longer behind the wheel of just any old family sedan with a bag of potting soil flying around in the trunk. We were Burt Reynolds in "Smokey and the Bandit" escaping from the police with Sally Field by our side, we were inside the Michael and Janet Jackson duet "Scream" which was playing on the very impressive standard 160-watt 6-speaker audio system at full volume to complement the VTEC symphony from under the hood.

We couldn't remove the stupid grin on our face as we approached the turn to head home where we decided, "screw it, let's go for a drive up the coast." We didn't return home for another six hours. What car induced this temporary bout of motoring madness? Um, a 2016 Honda Accord EX? Yes, we went for a joyride in a family sedan with a 4-cylinder engine and a CVT automatic all for a very sensible price. But something about this family sedan still possesses a wild streak that is absent from rivals like the Altima, Camry and pretty much every nameplate we can think of barring perhaps the Mazda6.

But then the Mazda6 lacks the Accord's one trump card that is so head and shoulders best in class that it is comedic. Having tried every infotainment system out there from Sync3 to Entune to more premium offerings like iDrive, the Apple Carplay application in our test 2016 Honda Accord EX was easy to use, had zero learning curve and performed flawlessly. And yes, to answer everyone's first question, Siri performed every task and understood all of our commands perfectly over the seven-day test which never happens with any voice operated system usually.

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See the full 2016 Honda Accord Test Drive Review.

2014 Honda Accord

Considering that the Japanese Kanji letter meaning "Dream" is carved into a large, clear sculpture at the entrance to Honda's enormous historical museum near their Twin Ring Motegi Race Track facility near Tokyo, you got to figure the guy meant it. So when the very first generation Honda Accord went on sale on these shores, keep in mind that it was just less than a year before the era when Fleetwood Mac would rule the charts with its record simply titled "Rumours." And we all know that Honda has been the victim of many negative "rumors" in the automotive media regarding an allegedly subpar 2012 Civic and the widespread assumption that the 2014 Accord would be similarly disappointing.

Now, the Accord was not the instant sales powerhouse in this country like that Fleetwood Mac album we spoke of earlier, but even in its infancy this family car always was always willing to "go its own way" to paraphrase the title of one of that albums biggest hits. Over the years the Accord stood as not always the most stylish looking family sedan choice but it was always the most involving to drive and felt the most like a true technological advancement as a piece of engineering.
See the full 2014 Honda Accord Test Drive Review.

2013 Honda Accord

The front-wheel drive Honda Accord, one of the top-selling cars in the U.S., is completely redesigned for 2013 with new styling, new features, a new four-cylinder engine and an updated V6. Winner of numerous awards, the Honda Accord is available in coupe and sedan versions, with the sedan the most popular. Trading top spot with the Toyota Camry off and on for years, the new Honda Accord has other rivals in the midsize sedan class, including the Nissan Altima, Hyundai Sonata, Kia Optima, Ford Fusion and Chevrolet Malibu.
See the full 2013 Honda Accord Test Drive Review.

How much is a Honda Accord?

Honda Accord Sedan

  • A new Honda Accord Sedan's average price is ¤30,292 and the price range is ¤25,983 to ¤37,912
  • A 3-year-old used Honda Accord Sedan's average price is ¤28,670 with a price range of ¤23,987 to ¤33,998

See below for the average Honda Accord Sedan price across model years.

Honda Accord Sedan   2017-2022   ¤26,498
Honda Accord Sedan   2012-2017   ¤18,262
Honda Accord Sedan   2007-2012   ¤10,305

The average price for a 3-year-old used midsize car is ¤21,020, with the Honda Accord Sedan's price typically ¤7,650 above average for this vehicle type.

How long do Honda Accords last?

Honda Accord Coupe

  • The Honda Accord Coupe is the #1 most reliable vehicle in the midsize car category, with a reliability score of 8.8.
  • Approximately 2.6% of all Honda Accord Coupes on the road have reached 200,000 miles or more, which compares to an average of 0.7% for the midsize car category

Honda Accord Sedan

  • The Honda Accord Sedan is the 2nd most reliable vehicle in the midsize car category, with a reliability score of 8.5.
  • Approximately 2% of all Honda Accord Sedans on the road have reached 200,000 miles or more, which compares to an average of 0.8% for the midsize car category
  • The best-ranked midsize car for reliability is the Honda Accord

Honda Accord

  • The Honda Accord is the #1 most reliable vehicle in the midsize car category, with a reliability score of 9.
  • Approximately 2% of all Honda Accords on the road have reached 200,000 miles or more, which compares to an average of 0.8% for the midsize car category

See below for the reliability scores of various cars in the midsize car category:

Honda Accord   9.0
Toyota Camry   8.9
Mazda Mazda6   8.4
Nissan Altima   8.3
Ford Fusion   8.2
Chevrolet Malibu   8.2
Subaru Legacy   8.1
Hyundai Sonata   8.1
Kia Optima   7.7
Volkswagen Passat   7.6
Kia Stinger   7.0
Kia K5  
Volkswagen Arteon  

Is the Honda Accord a good car?

Honda Accord Coupe

  • The Honda Accord Coupe earns an ISC quality score of 9.1 based on its reliability, value retention and safety ratings.
  • The Honda Accord Coupe is ranked #1 in quality in the midsize car category, with the Honda Accord Sedan ranked just below it

See our full list of the Best Midsize Cars.

Honda Accord Sedan

  • The Honda Accord Sedan earns an ISC quality score of 9.0 based on its reliability, value retention and safety ratings.
  • The Honda Accord Sedan is ranked 2nd in quality in the midsize car category, with the Honda Accord Coupe ranked just above it and the Toyota Camry ranked just below it
  • The best-ranked midsize car for quality is the Honda Accord Coupe

See our full list of the Best Midsize Cars.

Is the Honda Accord safe?

Honda Accord Sedan

  • The latest Honda Accord Sedan's 5-star NHTSA-based safety rating ranks it #1 for safety in the midsize car category
  • The Honda Accord Sedan's rating has averaged 5.0 stars over the past 10 years
  • The Honda Accord Sedan's individual crash test scores for 2021 are listed below:
    • Frontal Crash -- 5
    • Side Crash -- 5
    • Rollover -- 5
These scores are based on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) crash tests.

Honda Accord

  • The latest Honda Accord's 5-star NHTSA-based safety rating ranks it #1 for safety in the midsize car category
  • The Honda Accord's rating has averaged 5.0 stars over the past 10 years
  • The Honda Accord's individual crash test scores for 2021 are listed below:
    • Frontal Crash -- 5
    • Side Crash -- 5
    • Rollover -- 5
These scores are based on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) crash tests.