Review Summaries

What reviewers liked most about the Honda Accord

  • The Accord hustles through turns with fog-free steering and little complaint from the tires and never seems to be working very hard. You wanted a mid-size family sedan that feels as if it were made of recycled CRXs? Here's your car.

    - Car and Driver
  • The steering, the brakes, and the suspension work in harmonious balance to make the Accord seem agile and springy.

    - Car and Driver

What reviewers liked least about the Honda Accord

  • The folding backseat remains the biggest disappointment - it folds in a single piece rather than the 60/40 split other cars boast, allowing a passenger to sit in back when carrying longer cargo.


Honda Accord Comparisons

  • Where Ford, Hyundai and Kia turned heads with their redesigned family sedans, Honda went in a more conservative direction, as did Toyota, Nissan and Chevrolet.


Best one-liner about the Honda Accord

  • The Accord comes in sedan and coupe body styles, with a four-cylinder or V-6 engine and a choice of manual or automatic transmissions, depending on trim level.

  • The Accord is synonymous with Honda and has been known for nearly four decades as a reliable, comfortable, pragmatic way to move families.

    - Kelley Blue Book

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