The tenth-generation Accord mid-size sedan will be launch on July 14 in Detroit
To whet our appetites, the Japanese car manufacturer has also released a concept teaser photo, showing an "aggressive stance and proportions" of this sedan. In the sketch, the new Accord possesses a front end decorated by Honda's chrome-unibrow corporate face which can be seen on the current Civic. It also shares Honda's "Jewel Eye" LED headlights with the Acura and high-trim Hondas. Moreover, the sedan looks to wear typical five-spoke, paper windmill-style wheels.
The new Accord possesses a front end decorated by Honda's chrome-unibrow corporate face
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Alongside best-looking appearance, Honda touts that the new Accord will be the most fun-to-drive and most fuel-efficient Accord. Accordingly, the car will be offered a pair of turbocharged 4-cylinder mills, replacing the outgoing V6, and Honda’s next-generation hybrid system.
The new Accord will be the most fun-to-drive and most fuel-efficient Accord
Is the next-gen Accord really the greatest Accord ever made as promised? We will soon get to judge how true that is in a few weeks. Latest updates on upcoming Honda cars can be found in our Complete guide to the Honda Philippines' local lineup.
Know more about Honda Accord 2023
The Honda Accord 2023 is the Japanese marque's entry to the midsize sedan segment, which is now on its 10th-generation version. It is offered in the Philippines under one variant only named the EL Turbo CVT Honda Sensing, Accord 2023 Philippines priced at Php 2,350,000. Powering this executive sedan is a 1.5-liter Earth Dreams Technology DOHC 16-valve VTEC turbo engine that delivers 187 horsepower and 260 Nm of torque. This power unit is connected to an Earth Dreams Technology Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) as standard.
When it comes to the dimensions, the Accord is 4,901 mm long, 1,862 mm wide, and 1,450 mm high, with ground clearance and wheelbase rated at 131 mm and 2,830 mm, respectively. In the local market, this Japanese midsize sedan competes against the likes of the Toyota Camry, Mazda6, and Volkswagen Lamando.