It's $775 more than last year's model.
The 2023 Honda Accord made its debut towards the end of last year and now we know how much it will cost. The base LX trim starts at $27,295 (not including a $1,095 destination charge). This is $775 more than the 2022 Accord LX, which is far from the biggest price increase we've seen lately.
Stepping up to the EX trim brings the price to $29,610. Both the LX and EX models are powered by a 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine producing 192 horsepower and 192 lb-ft of torque. Power goes out to the front wheels through a CVT. Honda has also announced fuel economy, which is rated at 29/37/32 mpg city/highway/combined for the 1.5T.
Starting with the $31,895 Sport trim, all upper Accord models include a hybrid powertrain with a 2.0-liter naturally aspirated four-cylinder and two electric motors. They combine to deliver 204 hp and 247 lb-ft with superior fuel economy. The Sport, Sport-L, and Touring trims are all rated at 46/41/44 mpg city/highway/combined, while those numbers are a bit higher (51/44/48) for the EX-L trim. Honda priced the EX-L trim at $33,540, the Sport-L at $33,875, and the top Touring trim at $37,890.
Opting for the Touring trim brings the largest touchscreen ever put into a Honda at 12.3 inches with a new Google-powered infotainment system. The Touring comes with a complimentary three-year data plan to take full advantage of the Google interface.
"The Honda Accord is America's best-selling car over the last five decades, and the all-new 11th-generation Accord reinvigorates the midsize sedan segment with a sleek, sophisticated design, exceptional value and a sporty driving experience," said Lance Woelfer, assistant vice president of Honda National Auto Sales for American Honda Motor Co., Inc. "With an unbeatable combination of style, efficiency, performance and connectivity, this Accord firmly establishes a new benchmark for midsize cars."