The Honda Accord has been around in the country for over two decades. In those years, it has evolved from being a mid-size sports sedan into a softer executive sedan we-ve seen in recent years. For 2020, this all changes with the introduction of the all-new Honda Accord. Like the smaller Civic, the Japanese carmaker's new mid-sizer gets a more car-rearward design with a lower semi-fastback roofline. The front end is dominated by the brand's chrome wing grille which is flanked by slim LED headlights. Despite its sleeker shape, Honda was able to increase its interior space.
Under its long hood is a 1.5-liter DOHC turbocharged VTEC mill which puts out 187hp and 260Nm of torque. This motor is paired to an Earth Dreams Technology Continuously Variable Transmission.