Honda teased the 2023 Accord in late October and didn't take very long to deliver. Honda is extremely dedicated to the sedan market, with the Accord and refreshed Civic models - as the industry shows additional attention to crossovers.
The latest midsize sedan from the Japanese company will arrive in six different trim levels: turbocharged LX and EX, hybrid Sport EX-L, Sport-L, and Touring trims.
As promoted by Mamadou Diallo, VP of Auto Sales at American Honda, in a press statement: "The all-new 11th-generation Accord is essential to our lineup as a critical driver of brand loyalty, and with hybrid models representing 50% of sales, a key part of Honda's electrification strategy. This is our best Accord ever, a true benchmark in its class, offering an unbeatable combination of style, efficiency, performance and connectivity."
Honda threw its biggest infotainment display into the latest Accord hybrid models, with the 12.3-inch system supporting both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The Accord Touring trim features Google Maps as the navigation software, while a driver can summon Google Assistant with a "Hey Google" voice command. Google and Honda both hope Android Auto will help personalize the driving experience for owners.
The LX and EX trims will include a 7-inch touchscreen with the audio system, and physical control knobs still exist.
Accord customers will be able to choose from eight different body colors, including the following new color choices: meteorite gray metallic, urban gray pearl, and canyon river blue metallic.
Take a look at the 2023 Honda Accord: