2020 Honda Accord

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$23,870 - $36,100
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2020 Honda Accord Complete In-depth Review & Buying Guide


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Tijo Tenson Content Writer Updated on: December 6, 2019


The 2020 Honda Accord with its undying reputation and utterly reliable character is one of the best midsize sedans on the market. In its third model year of the current generation, the Accord stands strong and continues to impress with its sharp looks, sleek body, upscale interior, and robust and peppy performance.

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Pros

Fun to drive Honda

User-friendly infotainment system

Rare balance of power and fuel efficiency

Premium interiors

Host of advanced safety features

As reliable as it can get!

Comfortable Mile muncher

Cons

Soulless Steering

Limited interior storage

Rear blind spots due to slanting roofline

Noise creeps in on some models

What's New?

Nothing! (It’s perfect as it is)


Features

vehicle bio

base price

$23870

bodystyle

4dr Sedan

passenger capacity

5

drivetrain

FWD

engine type

displacement

91 cu.in.

horsepower

192 hp @ 5500 rpm

torque

192 lbs.-ft. @ 1600 rpm

transmission

7 speed auto shift manual

chassis

frame type

Unibody

suspension front

Independent front strut suspension w/anti-roll bar

suspension rear

Independent rear multi-link suspension w/anti-roll bar

brake rotors (f/r)

63.0/63.4

dimensions

wheelbase

111.4 in.

length

192.2 in.

width

73.3 in.

height

57.1 in.

curb weight

3131 lbs.

capacity

passenger volume

105.6 cu ft.

cargo volume

16.7 cu ft.

performance

zero to 60 mph

7.8 sec.

fuel economy

city/combined/highway

30/33/38 mpg

ev range

444 mi.

highway range

562.4 mi.

warranty

basic warranty

3 yr./ 36000 mi.

drivetrain warranty

5 yr./ 60000 mi.

powertrain warranty

5 yr. / 60000 mi.

corrosion warranty

5 yr. / unlimited

roadside assistance

3 yr./ 36000 mi.


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Exterior
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Interior
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Styles

 2020 Honda Accord in Radiant Red Metallic color  2020 Honda Accord in Obsidian Blue Pearl color  2020 Honda Accord in Platinum White Pearl color  2020 Honda Accord in Lunar Silver Metallic color
Radiant Red Metallic

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Trims and Configurations

MSRP


 2020 Honda Accord LX

LX

power
192hp @ 5500 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
33 combined

$23,870


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
LX 4dr Sedan (1.5L 4cyl 2CVT) Starting at $23,870 MSRP (30/33/38) 192hp @ 5500 rpm, 1.5 L, inline 4, regular unleaded
continuously variable-speed automatic front wheel drive 5

 2020 Honda Accord Sport

Sport

power
252hp @ 6500 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
26 combined

$26,530 - $31,060


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
Sport 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl 10A) Starting at $31,060 MSRP (22/26/32) 252hp @ 6500 rpm, 2 L, inline 4, regular unleaded
10-speed shiftable automatic front wheel drive 5
Sport 4dr Sedan (1.5L 4cyl 2CVT) Starting at $26,530 MSRP (29/31/35) 192hp @ 5500 rpm, 1.5 L, inline 4, regular unleaded
continuously variable-speed automatic front wheel drive 5
Sport 4dr Sedan (1.5L 4cyl 6M) Starting at $26,530 MSRP (26/30/35) 192hp @ 5500 rpm, 1.5 L, inline 4, regular unleaded
6-speed manual front wheel drive 5
Sport 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl 6M) Starting at $31,060 MSRP (22/26/32) 252hp @ 6500 rpm, 2 L, inline 4, regular unleaded
6-speed manual front wheel drive 5

 2020 Honda Accord EX

EX

power
192hp @ 5500 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
33 combined

$27,770


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
EX 4dr Sedan (1.5L 4cyl CVT) Starting at $27,770 MSRP (30/33/38) 192hp @ 5500 rpm, 1.5 L, inline 4, regular unleaded
continuously variable-speed automatic front wheel drive 5

 2020 Honda Accord EX-L

EX-L

power
252hp @ 6500 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
27 combined

$30,270 - $32,270


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
EX-L 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl 10A) Starting at $32,270 MSRP (23/27/34) 252hp @ 6500 rpm, 2 L, inline 4, regular unleaded
10-speed shiftable automatic front wheel drive 5
EX-L 4dr Sedan (1.5L 4cyl CVT) Starting at $30,270 MSRP (30/33/38) 192hp @ 5500 rpm, 1.5 L, inline 4, regular unleaded
continuously variable-speed automatic front wheel drive TBD

 2020 Honda Accord Touring

Touring

power
252hp @ 6500 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
26 combined

$36,100


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
Touring 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl 10A) Starting at $36,100 MSRP (22/26/32) 252hp @ 6500 rpm, 2 L, inline 4, regular unleaded
10-speed shiftable automatic front wheel drive 5

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Honda provides it with two turbocharged engines: 1.5L inline-4 and 2.0L inline-4, coupled to either CVT, 6-Speed Manual or a 10-Speed Automatic gearbox. An extremely efficient hybrid model which is powered by a naturally aspirated 2.0L engine coupled to an E-CVT which utilizes two batteries to propel the vehicle is available as well.

The Honda Accord fights for supremacy in the mid-size sedan segment against the likes of Toyota Camry, Ford Fusion and Nissan Altima. Accord has always shown us the perfect blend of performance, driving dynamics and comfort in a compact package. This achievement has helped it become a people’s favorite over the years. Its competition has slowly crept its way closer to the undisputed. With a mouth-watering price tag starting from $23780, let’s see how the competition fares.

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2020 Honda Accord Features

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Honda Accord is available in five extensive trims that are feature-rich. Honda gives a choice of two engines and three transmissions which is available in various combinations throughout the line-up. A hybrid setup is also available with emphasis given to fuel efficiency.

The LX trim is available with a 1.5L turbocharged inline-four coupled with a CVT transmission. Sport, EX and EX-L trims come standard with 1.5L turbocharged Inline four coupled to a CVT gearbox. The Sport trim has an option for a 6-Speed manual, the only manual of the lot. The 2.0L pot is optional for Sport and EX-L. The hybrid engine also comes as an option for EX and EX-L. The 2.0L turbocharged engine is standard only for the Touring trim which is coupled to a 10-Speed Automatic transmission. The hybrid powertrain is optional for this too but we highly doubt it to be a choice over the torquey 2.0L. 

Honda surely knows to spoil its customers with all these good options. The Accord’s bandwidth is from $23870 to $30270, thus being a hotspot for a wider audience.

Trims

LX

Sport

EX

EX-L 

Touring

MSRP

$23870

$26530

$27770

$30270

$36100

Engine

1.5L Turbo I4

1.5L Turbo I4

1.5L Turbo I4

1.5L Turbo I4

2.0L Turbo I4

Features

Honda Sensing Safety and Driver Assistive Technology

All the features in Hybrid added/replaced and:

All the features in Sport added/replaced and:

All the features in EX added/replaced and:

All the features in EX-L added/replaced and:

 

17-inch painted alloy wheels

19-inch machined alloy wheels

17-inch machined alloy wheels

19-inch machined alloy wheels

Adaptive Damper System

 

CVT with Sport Mode

6-Speed Manual 

CVT with Sport Mode

CVT with Sport Mode

10-Speed Automatic Transmission with paddle shifters

 

160-Watt Audio System with4 speakers

Chrome Exhaust tips

Smart Entry with Walk away Auto-Lock

450-Watt Premium Audio System with 10-speakers

LED Headlamps with Auto on/Off 

 

7-inch infotainment screen

8-inch Infotainment Screen

Sirius XM Radio

HomeLink Remote System

Side mirrors with Reverse Gear Tilt Down

 

Bluetooth Handsfree and Audio Streaming

Body-Colored Decklid Spoiler

Heated Power Side Mirrors

Automatic Dimming Rear View Mirror

Ventilated Front Seats

 

Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control

Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

Remote Engine Start

Leather-Trimmed Seats

Wireless Phone Charger

 

Push Button Start

12-Way power driver seat

Moonroof

4-way power-adjustable front passenger seat

 
 

Cruise Control

Led Fog Lamps

Blind Spot Information System

   
 

12-Volt front and center console power outlets

       
 

Fold-Down rear seatback with center armrest

       

Which trim should you opt for?

Recommending the perfect Accord could be tough, primarily because every trim is attractive in a certain way. If fuel efficiency is your outright priority, then you can’t go wrong with the Accord Hybrid which would be reviewed indepth. If “fun to drive” is your main concern, then we are on the same page. The sport trim with the optional 2.0L engine and the 6-speed manual gearbox will surely bring a wide grin on your face! The EX trim would be the balanced one of the lot with an ample amount of interior space laden with features and additional safety features. You get the luxury of heated front seats with vents and USB ports for the rear seats. It is worth the extra premium as well.

2020 Honda Accord Engine

The Accord is powered by a humble 1.5L turbocharged inline four-cylinder engine and coupled to a continuously variable transmission. The CVT helps to extract the maximum efficiency from the engine. The performance is linear and not breathtaking but it is enough to keep you tucked to the seat. Also available are a hybrid and more powerful 2,0L turbo pot. The 2,0L engine produces an impressive 252 horses and 273 pound-feet of torque.

What's under the hood of Honda Accord?

The 1.5L turbocharged inline four-pot chunks out 192 horses and 192 pound-feet of torque which is healthy for a midsize sedan. It is one of the most powerful base engines in this segment. The CVT helps to extract the maximum fuel efficiency without compromising much on the performance. The Sport trim can be equipped with a six-speed manual transmission which is fun to drive and still returns a good fuel economy. The most impressive of the lot is the 2.0L turbocharged engine which pumps out a mind-blowing 252 horses. The acceleration is mind-blowing for a family sedan. The 6-speed manual might give a more involving drive but its the CVT and 10-Speed Automatic that helps squeeze out maximum from the engines.

2020 Honda Accord Sedan Engine
The Accord is powered by a humble 1.5L turbocharged inline four-cylinder engine

Honda’s transmissions are becoming a phenomenon in the mid-size sedan segment. The two transmission options are paired to the new turbocharged Inline-4 engine lineup which is an improvement this year. However, the 6-speed manual is not that sporty and at high speeds tends to choke the engine. The CVT, on the other hand, is eager for the next gear for the sake of efficiency. The slick 10-speed automatic is by far the sportiest option and our pick for your Accord this year.

Models

Honda Accord LX

Toyota Camry L

Ford Fusion S

Nissan Altima 2.5 S

MSRP

$23870

$24295

$23170

$24100

Engine

1.5L I4

2.5L I4

2.5L I4

2.5L I4

Transmission

CVT 

8-Speed Automatic

6-Speed Automatic

CVT

Horsepower

192 hp

@5500 rpm

203 hp

@6600 rpm

173 hp

@6000 rpm

188 hp

@6000 rpm

Torque

192 lb-ft

@1600 rpm

184 lb-ft

@5000 rpm

174 lb-ft

@4500 rpm

180 lb-ft

@3600 rpm

The Accord stays on top of the performance curve with its impressive balanced figures. Ford Fusion comes in last with the least impressive. Toyota Camry stays close to the Honda with a marginal overall decrease.

How quick is the Honda off the line?

The acceleration from the CVT is moderate, taking 7.6 seconds to cross the 60 mark. The acceleration is not mind-blowing but the way it’s transferred to the front wheels makes the Honda propel seamlessly. It takes 15.9 seconds for the Honda to the cross-quarter mile which is commendable.

2020 Honda Accord Sedan side view
The acceleration from the CVT is moderate, taking 7.6 seconds to cross the 60 mark

The acceleration is linear which helps to keep occupants from feeling the jerk when propelling itself and city drives are a breeze without any roadblocks.

Models

Honda Accord LX

Toyota Camry L

Ford Fusion S

Nissan Altima 2.5 S

0-60 MPH

7.6 s

5.8 s

8.9 s

7.7 s

Quarter mile

15.9 s

14.3 s

15.2 s

16.0 s

Emission (Tons/yr of CO2 Emissions @ 15k mi/yr)

5.3

5.2 

7.3

5.5

Toyota Camry tops the lot with an impressive 5.8 seconds to the 60 mark and 14.3 seconds for a quarter-mile. Honda comes in at second. The Ford ends the list with 8.9 seconds for the 60 mark after the Nissan Altima. In real-time, all of these sedans come close to each other and boy it would be fun to watch.

How does the Accord handle?

Honda has managed to build a masterpiece with the Accord. The electric power steering is precise and accurate. But being electrically assisted, it doesn’t feel natural and the minimal feedback feels like a setback. The Touring trim comes with adaptive dampers which helps differentiate its driving dynamics from the rest. It helps the Accord be more precise and fun to drive.

2020 Honda Accord Sedan handling
The electric power steering is precise and accurate

The Accord stays put around corners and sudden inputs don’t jitter the vehicle. Despite the large size, Honda manages city traffic with ease and is more livable when compared to its competition. The added stress points on the chassis helps to minimize body roll.

How is the braking on the Accord?

The braking is progressive and linear with ample feedback to the driver. The pedal is composed and ergonomic with a strong bite to it. The CVT might alter the braking dynamics due to its characteristics but it's still impressive for a sedan.

2020 Honda Accord Sedan Brakes
The front brakes are 11.5 inches and 11.1 inches at the rear

In the city, the braking is predictable and easy to modulate. The front brakes are 11.5 inches and 11.1 inches at the rear. With a stopping distance of 120 feet from 60 to standstill, it will surely stop safely.

Models

Honda Accord LX

Toyota Camry L

Ford Fusion S

Nissan Altima 2.5 S

Brake Front (in.)

11.5

12

11.8

11.7

Brake Rear (in.)

11.1

11.1

11.9

11

60-0 MPH (ft)

120

123

122

116

Nissan Altima impresses us with the minimum time taken to come to a standstill. The remaining three give similar figures. Overall, all the sedans give similar figures in braking performance.

2020 Honda Accord Fuel Economy

All of the engines available on the Accord are high on efficiency. The 1.5L turbo-4 gives 30 miles to a gallon in the city and 38 miles to a gallon on the highway with the efficiency centric CVT gearbox.

The touring trim which comes with a 10-speed automatic transmission sheds a few numbers due to its performance-oriented setup but still returns a formidable output; 23 MPG in the city and 27 MPG on the highway.

Models

Honda Accord LX

Toyota Camry L

Ford Fusion S

Nissan Altima 2.5 S

MPG (city)

30

29

21

28

MPG (highway)

38

41

31

39

MPG (combined)

33

34

25

32

Toyota and Honda are neck in neck with similar numbers. Ford Fusion is the gas guzzler of the lot with the Altima tucks itself in between the two.

2020 Honda Accord Interior

8.0/10

Honda has offered a fine blend of modern design, soft-touch materials, an abundance of room and an easy to use infotainment system with a clean dashboard layout. The driver's seat would have to be set on maximum for taller drivers for their knees might scrape some plastic trims.

How comfortable is the Accord on the inside?

The seats in Accord are comfortable and well-bolstered. With a contemporary design, lots of soft-touch materials and upmarket elements, we dare say it provides the best interior package in the class.

2020 Honda Accord Sedan seats
2020 Honda Accord Sedan Rear Seats

The dashboard has a clean layout of buttons which are inclined towards the driver and is devoid of any puzzling features and complicated menu. The door sills are higher with a wider front and rear door opening for comfortable entry and exit. The driver also gets a lot of adjustments for the seat and steering which helps in setting it to the exact right spot for comfortable driving. The front seats are large and comforting with 39.5 inches of headroom and 42.3 inches of legroom space. Passengers over 6 ft. will suffer from a limited legroom space resulting in their knees banging on some hard plastic. The rear cabin is superb in terms of legroom as it’s a fair 40.4 inches, however, the headroom is limited for taller boarders.

Models

Honda Accord LX

Toyota Camry L

Ford Fusion S

Nissan Altima 2.5 S

Front (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.)

39.5/58.3/42.3

38.3/57.7/42.1

39.2/57.8/44.3

39.2/58.2/43.8

Second (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.)

37.3/56.5/40.4

38.0/55.7/38.0

37.8/56.9/38.3

36.9/57.1/35.2

The Accord provides the most comfortable front seats but the rear seats are not as spacious as the Camry. But this doesn’t make it any less reliable as the seats are one of the most comfortable of the lot which easily makes up for the less room.

What are the infotainment features on the offer?

Honda offers a 7-inch infotainment screen as standard on the Accord. The LCD infotainment screen nicely blends in with the gauge cluster and heads up display on the higher trims. However, you don’t get Android Auto and Apple CarPlay as standard features on the base trim. The screen is responsive without any delay and all the menus and simplified with clean graphics and no baffling features.

2020 Honda Accord Sedan Infotainment screen
2020 Honda offers a 7-inch infotainment screen as standard on the Accord

Android Auto and Apple CarPlay can be availed from the Sport trim and above.

Infotainment Features

  • 160-Watt Audio System 
  • 4-Speaker set
  • 7-inch infotainment screen
  • Bluetooth Handsfree
  • Bluetooth Audio Streaming
  • Radio Data System (RDS)
  • 1.0 A USB Audio Interface

How much cargo can the Honda take?

The generous trunk makes the Accord class-leading in terms of cargo volume. It doesn’t compromise on the interior space for providing this volume. The interior is also laden with lots of cubby holes but still lags behind the competition in interior storage.

2020 Honda Accord Sedan
2020 Honda Accord Sedan Cargo Volume is 16.7 cu-ft

The Cargo volume is one factor that adds up for the practicality of the car. 

Model

Honda Accord LX

Toyota Camry L

Ford Fusion S

Nissan Altima 2.5 S

Cargo Volume (cu.-ft)

16.7

14.1

16.0

15.4

Interior Features

  • Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control System
  • Power windows with Auto Up/Down feature for front row
  • Push Button Start
  • Center Console with Armrest and Storage Compartment
  • Front and rear bottle holders
  • 12-Volt Power Outlets
  • Floor Mats
  • Illuminated Steering Wheel Mounted Controls
  • Rear Window Defroster
  • Driver and front passenger illuminated vanity mirrors
  • Tilt and Telescopic Steering Column
2020 Honda Accord Sedan Front Seats
2020 Honda Accord Sedan
2020 Honda Accord Sedan seats
2020 Honda Accord Sedan
2020 Honda Accord Sedan steering
2020 Honda Accord Sedan
2020 Honda Accord Sedan dashboard
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2020 Honda Accord Sedan infotainment screen
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2020 Honda Accord Exterior

The Accord is possibly the most handsome midsize sedan. It is built with a more sporty ideology and stands out when compared to its fellow counterparts. But with the coupe-like design, practicality has not taken a back seat. 

How well does the 2020 Honda Accord carry its grace?

The slanting roofline of the Accord gives it a completely different and attractive look which differentiates it from the competition. Various trims have different highlighting features. The sport trim flaunts chrome exhaust tips.

2020 Honda Accord Sedan side view
2020 Honda Accord Sedan Side View

The hybrid trim has grille shutters to bump up the aerodynamics. 17-inch alloys are standard on the LX trim with a more attractive 19-inch ones available on the top trims. 

Models

Honda Accord LX

Toyota Camry L

Ford Fusion S

Nissan Altima 2.5 S

Length (in)

192.2

192.1

191.8

192.9

Width (in)

73.3

72.4

72.9

72.9

Height (in)

57.1

56.9

58.2

56.7

Ground clearance (in)

N/A

5.7

N/A

4.9

Wheelbase (in)

111.4

111.2

112.2

111.2

Track width (in) F/R

63.0/63.4

63/63.2

62.7/62.4

63.6/63.6

Curb weight (lbs)

3131

3241

3472

3212

At 192.2 inches, the Accord might not be the longest of the lot. But with a wheelbase of 111.4 inches, it surely is the spacious of the lot. This also helps in maneuvering the large vehicle across town. Nissan Altima is the longest of the lot and Ford Fusion is the shortest. But that's only on paper, as in-person all four competitors showcase similar dimensional properties.

Exterior Features

  • Aluminium Hood
  • Roof-mounted Fin Antenna
  • LED Brakelights
  • Variable Intermittent Windshield Wipers
  • LED low beam Headlights
  • Fastback roofline
  • 17-inch painted alloy wheels
2020 Honda Accord Sedan side view
2020 Honda Accord Sedan
2020 Honda Accord Sedan Rear view
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2020 Honda Accord Sedan Rear
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2020 Honda Accord Sedan Exterior
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2020 Honda Accord Sedan Front View
2020 Honda Accord Sedan
2020 Honda Accord Sedan
2020 Honda Accord Sedan

2020 Honda Accord Safety

Honda has not compromised on safety for the Accord. The NHTSA awarded the Accord with an all-star rating, the IIHS also agreed on the robust build quality of the Honda and gave the Accor “Good” rating in every aspect. The standard safety features include forward-collision warning, automatic emergency braking and other features that are rarely found in base trims.

Safety Features

  • Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS)
  • Road Departure Mitigation System (RDM)
  • Adaptive Cruise Control with Low-Speed Follow
  • Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS)
  • Traffic Sign Recognition System (TSR)
  • Auto High Beam Headlights
  • Multi-angle Rearview Camera
  • Vehicle Stability Assist
  • LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL)
  • Electronic Brake Distribution

2020 Honda Accord Competition

Toyota Camry

Being a fellow Japanese and the Accord’s archenemy, the Toyota Camry matches every bid the Accord makes and raises the bar with its 200 plus horsepower. The bigger engine is possibly its biggest point of market as every other brand is focusing on practicality and features. However, the base level Camry can be a little overpriced if you look at the Accord. The buyer of midsize sedans will look for something more than a barebones. Considering that and the fact that as you climb the trim ladder both cars balance out on price. In that case, Toyota is a better choice. 

2020 Toyota Camry
2020 Toyota Camry

Ford Fusion

Ford is long known for its heavy-duty commercial vehicles but that doesn’t mean they don’t have a threshold on the sedan market. The Ford Fusion is a blend of the upmarket interior, composed ride quality, and a geeky feature list. On the other hand, Accord delivers an amplified version of the same. There is not much difference in price but a big one in the power output The Accord can muster 17 more ponies more than the fusion. The shoppers favoring efficiency overpower can also rest assured, the Accord’s got an edge here too.

2020 Ford Fusion
2020 Ford Fusion

Nissan Altima

Nissan Altima is the least productive Japanese cousin of the lot. It has similar dimensions as the Accord. It is the less powerful and also heavier than the Honda. But all these don’t help the cause of providing a better driving experience. Nissan doesn’t have the flexibility to provide the array of powertrain and engine options which gives an edge to the Honda.It is a better choice than the Ford Fusion but doesn’t cut above the Toyota Camry in terms of overall performance and comfort. The Accord is a better choice of the lot, PERIOD.

2020 Nissan Altima
2020 Nissan Altima

 

2020 Honda Accord Final Verdict

The Accord value backed with sufficient power, decent ergonomics, and uninterrupted comfort is the knack for Honda. All of these under $25k is a deal that cannot be unseen. This is the reason for the Accord being on the bucket list of shoppers in spite of the increased demand for crossovers. So, Honda has managed to dominate the midsize sedan segment and for good reasons too.

Honda spoils its customers for choice, with two engines and three transmissions on offer. This helps Honda expand its spectrum and cater to a wider audience with its competitive pricing. So, if you are in the market for an utterly reliable midsize sedan that is high on comfort and provides decent performance without burning a hole in your pocket, Honda Accord is the way to go.