2024 Honda Accord Reviews, Prices and Specs

Calista Alma-
March 20, 2024

The latest generation Accord earned the Best Buy Award, not from fleeting excitement but from a thorough assessment of its class-leading qualities: space, refinement, technology, fuel economy, and value. Notably, the higher trims feature a hybrid drivetrain, although we’ll focus on the gasoline-only LX and EX trims here. The 2024 Accord remains a top choice, boasting ten generations of development, offering practicality without sacrificing excitement.

The Accord for this year is part of the 11th-generation model introduced last year. A significant change in this generation is that Honda has made a hybrid powertrain standard on four of the Accord’s six trims. This hybrid powertrain, delivering 204 horsepower, achieves up to 44 combined mpg depending on the trim, an impressive figure for this segment. For those not interested in a hybrid, Honda offers a 192-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder engine for the entry-level Accord trims. Additionally, there are new tech and driver-assist features, including a 12.3-inch infotainment screen and integrated Google Assistant, providing a smart speaker-like experience for your car.

The 2024 Honda Accord begins at $27,895 for the base LX trim, while the more upscale EX model starts at $29,910. While we’ve covered the entire Accord lineup here, it’s worth noting that the LX and EX are the only gasoline-only versions, as the rest feature a hybrid drivetrain.

Accord LX$27,895
Accord EX $29,910
Accord Sport (hybrid)$32,195
Accord EX-L (hybrid)$33,840
Accord Sport-L (hybrid)$34,175
Accord Touring (hybrid)$38,190

The Accord’s cabin boasts a touch of modernity with metallic mesh accents adorning the dashboard and air vents, adding a futuristic touch.

Despite its understated design, the interior features quality materials expertly crafted together. The LX and EX trims are equipped with a 7-inch touchscreen for the infotainment system.

The driver’s seat offers ample cushioning and support, ensuring comfort during long journeys. Thin pillars flanking the windshield enhance visibility, while the sloping roofline doesn’t compromise rear headroom, comfortably accommodating an adult male of average size.

With generous rear legroom measuring at 40.8 inches, the Accord surpasses its competitors such as the Subaru Legacy and Toyota Camry.

Additionally, its trunk space of 16.7 cubic feet sets a class-leading standard.

The latest Accord sedan, in terms of styling, doesn’t take as bold a leap as the Kia K5, but it also steers clear of the characterless territory of past Accords.

Honda strikes a perfect balance, infusing the design with just the right amount of freshness and sophistication.

Exterior color choices lean towards fashionable monochrome, with silver among the options. For those seeking a bolder choice, Radiant Red Metallic stands out as the brightest option available.

Fuel EconomyCity 29 mpg/Hwy 37 mpg/Comb 32 mpg
Fuel TypeGas
Basic Warranty3 years or 36000 miles
Max Seating5
Horsepower192 @ 6000 RPM
Cargo Space16.7 cu.ft.

Dimensions, Weights & Capacities

EPA Passenger105.7 cu.ft.
Fuel Capacity14.8 gallons
Front Head Room39.5 inches
Front Leg Room42.3 inches
Overall Length195.7 inches
Front Shoulder Room57.9 inches
Trunk or Cargo Capacity16.7 cu.ft.
Turning Diameter38.4 feet
Wheel Base111.4 inches
Width with mirrors73.3 inches


Transmission TypeAutomatic
Recommended FuelRegular
Hill Start AssistAvailable

Comfort & Convenience

  • Remote Control Liftgate/Trunk Release


  • MP3 Player
  • Bluetooth Streaming Audio


  • Folding Rear Seat
  • Cloth Seats


  • Bluetooth Wireless Technology
  • Cruise Control
  • Hands Free Phone
  • Remote Keyless Entry
  • Internet Access
  • Push-Button Engine Start
  • Smartphone Interface
  • Touch Screen Monitor
  • USB Port
Review : 4.9/182
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