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2019 Honda Accord

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MSRP* $23,720 - $35,950
Invoice* $21,710 - $32,865

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City 22 - 30 MPG Hwy 32 - 38 MPG

Safety Rating

  • Overall Safety:
    5 stars
  • Frontal Crash:
    5 stars
  • Side Crash:
    5 stars

Vehicle crash and safety data is provided by NHTSA, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. NHTSA testing was established by Congress to reduce highway deaths and injuries.

Consumer Reviews Write a Review

Overall Rating:
4.9 (out of 5)
Value 4.9
Exterior 4.8
Interior 4.7
Comfort 4.7
Performance 4.9
Reliability 4.9
2019 Accord Influenced By Stupid

by Doug L from Bainbridge Island, WA | April 06, 2020

I have owned and loved my reliable 2000 Accord but it now has a transmission problem after 200K miles so I wanted another Accord. I bought a EX-L 4-door sedan. I bought this model because I wanted the 2-driver memory adjusted seats and the separate temp controls for driver and passenger. Now, after a short while I have encountered ridiculous things about it that probably apply to the 2020 as well. Here are the things I hate about it: 1. The front plastic bumper is so low to the ground you can't drive past a normal curb up to hitting the tires because you scrap off the underside of the plastic bumper and its finish. I'm careful since I found this out but the bumper is already ripped up from curbs. The 2000 Accord has nine inches of clearance and the 2019 has only 6 1/2 inches. 2. The rear window has such a slope and is so close to the flat area behind the rear seats that within the last four inches of the window there is only 1/4 inch of space or less that makes it impossible to clean the inside of the window. You could hardly get a pop-cycle stick in that crack. No problem with that on the 2000 Accord. 3. The the roll-down windows and the moldings on the outside aren't against each other until about 1/4 -inch below the door. This results in a little dirt-collecting track between the window and the door window-molding. This is hard to imagine (I looked on several other newer cars and brands and didn't see this) but this space fills up with tree debris in places you park and you have to try to scrape/blow it out. Nothing like this on the 2000 Accord. 4. The road noise is terrible. Way worse than the 2000 Accord. Can't hardly hear the radio or music. 5. This Accord is several inches (at least five) wider than the 2000 Accord which makes it difficult to get it in/out of the garage. My wife won't even try it but had no problem with the 2000 Accord. 6. And this irritation. I have a lot of CD-ripped music using the Microsoft Media Player and the 200-300 Kbps variable bit rate and none of this will play from a USB drive. You have to use a non-variable bit rate or a variable rate less than 200 Kbps. I'm having to redo my years of music if I want to try to hear it in the 2019 Accord. I find these things are a result of ridiculous and stupid design. The Accord has been a wonderful car for 20 years but no more. How could these things get into a great car? So disappointed on spending over $30K for this car.

Reliable car

by Kaylee from Portland, Oregon | February 25, 2020

This car meets my needs with reasonable price. It’s very roomy (full-size sedan) and comfortable. The ride is firmly controlled which helps balance between a sports sedan and a practical family car.

Super safe vehicle

by TrialsRider from Colorado Springs, CO | February 16, 2020

The auto collision saved me from a wreck when a driver in front of me suddenly made an illegal U-turn stopping right in front of me. The Accord hit the brakes quicker than I could have! I love the adaptive cruise control, just set it and it maintains the correct distance between you and the vehicle in front, no more turning off the cruise, resetting it, turning it off again, etc. The only reason I'm selling it is because we now need an AWD vehicle.

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2019 Honda Accord Overview

The 2019 Honda Accord is a popular, mid-size family sedan that received a redesign last year.

Five trim levels are available: LX, Sport, EX, EX-L, and Touring.

It is powered by a standard 192-hp, turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine mated to a continuously variable automatic transmission. A more powerful 252-hp, turbo 2.0-liter four-cylinder is available for the Sport, EX-L, and Touring trims. That is joined with a ten-speed automatic transmission. For either engine option, a six-speed manual is available by opting for the Sport trim.

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*MSRP and Invoice prices displayed are for educational purposes only, do not reflect the actual selling price of a particular vehicle, and do not include applicable gas taxes or destination charges.