All-New Honda Accord Gets US Pricing - Starts at $21,680
The coupe starts off at $23,350 for a basic four-cylinder LX car, and the price rises to $32,250 for the V6-powered EX-L. Again, the $790 destination charge is not included. No matter which version you go for, all cars come equipped with alloy wheels as standard, rear view camera, Bluetooth connectivity, USB or iPod integration, internet radio compatibility, dual-zone climate control and a decent 160w audio system.
Opt for one of the higher trim levels, with Sport giving you bigger alloys, electric leather seats, fog lights, dual exhausts, stiffer suspension and strut bars, as well as a small increase in engine output. Touring, the other new trim level, offers LED headlights and Adaptive Cruise Control.
Pricing for the plug-in hybrid and hybrid versions is yet to be announced, but since we’ve got one more year until they will become available to customers, Honda are taking their time, it seems.