There are four trim levels in the Honda Accord range for 2022. The familiar EX model has been replaced by the new Sport model succeeding the base model and preceding the EX-L and Touring. The entire lineup still comes standard-fit with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder that's been augmented with two electric motors and a continuously variable automatic transmission. A front-wheel drivetrain is also standard across the board.
Honda starts the lineup off strong in terms of comforts, conveniences, and driver-assist technologies. An eight-inch infotainment touchscreen is standard throughout the line along with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay functionality, though wireless connectivity comes in as of the Sport model. The entry-spec model comes with only a manually height-adjustable driver's seat but gets smart entry with push-button start, fully-electric accessories, dual-zone automatic climate control, and adaptive cruise control. Honda's Sensing suite of advanced driver assists and safety is tech is standard in every model, too. Further up the line, you get upgrades such as LED headlights and fog lights, a leather-clad steering wheel, a 12-way power-adjustable driver's seat, front-seat heating, and a blind-spot monitor with cross-traffic alert. The top-spec Touring model comes with some exclusive features such as a head-up display, Honda satellite-linked navigation, and rear outboard seat heating.
Honda Accord Hybrid vs Hybrid Sport
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Honda Accord Hybrid Sport vs Hybrid EX-L
Honda Accord Hybrid Sport vs Hybrid Touring
Honda Accord Hybrid EX-L vs Hybrid
Honda Accord Hybrid EX-L vs Hybrid Sport
Honda Accord Hybrid EX-L vs Hybrid Touring
Honda Accord Hybrid Touring vs Hybrid
Honda Accord Hybrid Touring vs Hybrid Sport
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