Honda introduces the Accord’s 11th generation 2023. The new Honda features sensing safety and driver-assistive technology, next-generation front airbags, new front knee airbags, and new rear side-impact airbags, which are just a few of the vehicle’s standard, industry-leading safety features.
For smooth on-the-go connectivity, the new sporty and contemporary interior boasts excellent craftsmanship, premium materials, and cutting-edge technology, including Honda’s largest touchscreen ever and the company’s first integration of Google built-in.
With redesigned front body-stabilizing seats that lessen the strain on extended rides, the Accord is also more comfortable.
The car has a brand-new appearance with a smart and slick look. The Sport, EX-L, Sport-L, and Touring models of the fourth-generation two-motor hybrid system (Sport) are more potent and enjoyable to drive.
Honda’s first implementation of Google built-in (Touring), which includes support for Google Assistant, Google Maps, and Google Play with the newest apps and services.
The car is equipped with a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine (LX, EX), which offers refinement and performance while still being fuel-efficient.
Accord hybrid variants (Sport, EX-L, Sport-L, and Touring) include a brand-new, more potent 2.0-liter Atkinson cycle 4-cylinder engine with direct fuel injection and a brand-new, more powerful 4-motor hybrid-electric system with a number of electric motors that are now installed side-by-side.
A larger propulsion motor with a higher torque output can be used with this new configuration. While the highest torque of the traction motor is 247 lb.-ft., the combined system output is 204 hp2 (up 15 lb.-ft.).
Price 11th Generation Honda Accord 2023
Honda hasn’t disclosed a price yet, but the new generation will start production in Ohio soon, and sales will begin early next year. The base price is anticipated to be around $29,000, but a fully loaded Touring model might cost as much as $41,000 in the United States.