2015HondaAccord

Honda Accord

America's midsize sedan segment is one of the most crowded and fiercely competitive in the business. The Toyota Camry has long been our nation's best seller, while the Honda Accord has dutifully come in second place, like some sort of codependent Cal Naughton Jr. riding Ricky Bobby's back...

- Reviewed by John Neff

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2015 Honda Accord
MSRP: $22,105 - $33,630
2014 Honda Accord
MSRP: $21,955 - $33,480
2013 Honda Accord
MSRP: $21,680 - $33,430
2012 Honda Accord
MSRP: $21,480 - $30,030
2011 Honda Accord
MSRP: $21,380 - $29,930
Honda slowing US production due to ports dispute

Honda says parts shortages caused by the West Coast ports labor dispute have become severe enough to impede production of the Honda Accord, Civic and CR-V, as well as some Acura models.
Honda Accord barely edges Toyota Prius as California's best-selling car

The Toyota Prius narrowly lost its sales crown to the Honda Accord in California in 2014. Both models saw their sales numbers increase in the state for the year, but the Honda had the bigger boost.
Honda profit targets tumble in wake of Takata scandal

Honda is setting aside about $425 million to pay for Takata airbag inflator recall-related costs. The change drops the company's profit forecast to about $6.1 billion for the fiscal year. Also, there's a possibility that another death might be linked to the faulty parts.
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$8,500 / 190,207 miles / WA
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$12,467 / 52,177 miles / WA
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"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.
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