2023 Honda Accord unveiled with hybrid engine options — check details here

Nov 15, 2022

By: Rahul Verma

2023 Honda Accord

The 11th generation of the Honda Accord has gotten a transformation, making it look bigger, more luxurious, and sportier than before. The car takes inspiration from its sibling, the Honda Civic, both inside and outside.

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What's new?

The new Honda Accord has long, clean body lines and a strong, powerful front end with an upright grille and blacked-out LED headlights. The car features a sharp upper character line running the length of the body, which the company says has grown by 2.8 inches.

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Available variants

The 2023 Accord will be available in six trim levels, the turbocharged LX and EX, and topped by the hybrid-powered Sport, EX-L, Sport-L, and Touring.

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Engine

Accord Sport, EX-L, Sport-L, and Touring come equipped with the 4th-generation two-motor hybrid-electric system and have a pair of electric motors that are now mounted side-by-side and an all-new 2.0-litre Atkinson cycle 4-cylinder engine.

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Power

The combined system output of the hybrid models is 204 hp, and the peak torque is 335Nm.

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Accord: LX and EX

Under the hood, both models are equipped with a 1.5-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine with VTEC variable valve lift technology. The engine is said to deliver a maximum power output of 189bhp and 260Nm of torque.

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Safety

Blind spot information (BSI) | Traffic Jam Assist (TJA) | Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) | Low-Speed Follow | Lane Keeping Assist (LKAS) | 10 airbags

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Interior and features

10.2-inch instrument cluster | 12.3-inch touchscreen | Built-in Google integration | 12-speaker Bose sound system | Six-inch heads-up display | Heated and ventilated seats | Dual zone climate control

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Honda Accord price in India

The 2023 Honda Accord could have a price tag of $28,000 (₹22,39,672)

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