The newest 2013 Honda Accord joins a long line of midsize cars with a reputation for being the best. It is slightly smaller and lighter than outgoing Honda Accord models and has softer exterior lines.
While some other competitors are dropping their V6 options, the 2013 Honda Accord offers a 3.5-liter V6 with cylinder deactivation. The standard 2013 Honda Accord will be outfitted with a 2.3-liter four cylinder engine that produces185-horsepower. Transmission will either be a six-speed manual or a CVT automatic.
It is available in six trim levels: LX, Sport, EX, EX-L, V6 EX-L, and V6 Touring. All models have a rearview camera, 8-inch multimedia screen, 16-inch wheels, chrome door handles, Bluetooth, USB, and dual-zone climate control. Beyond those, the Sport trim upgrades the wheel to 18 inches and adds fog lights, dual exhaust, a rear spoiler, and paddle shifters. A power moonroof, side mirrors with turn indicators, and 17-inch wheels are on the EX trim level. The four cylinder's top-of-the-line model, the EX-L, gets leather seats and steering wheel, a touchscreen audio, multi-view rear camera, and numerous updated safety features. The V6 EX-L bumps it up an extra notch with LED daytime running lights, Homelink, and dual exhaust.
The 2013 Honda Accord will debut new available features such as Lane Departure Warning, Forward Collision Warning, and LaneWatch blind spot display. HondaLink™, which connects your digital content, is also included.
The Honda Accord is one of America's best-selling cars since its introduction almost 40 years ago.