2021 Honda Accord

Original MSRP Range
$24,970 - $36,900
Available Style(s)
Sedan
MPG
22 - 48 MPG City / 32 - 48 MPG Hwy
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2021 Honda Accord

What We Like

  • Large and upscale interior
  • Enormous trunk
  • Standard accident-avoidance tech
  • Powerful and efficient engines
  • Composed and comfortable to drive
  • Fun Sport model

Ratings

Expert Rating

4.7/ 5

Consumer Rating

4.3/ 5
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Overview

How Much Does a 2021 Honda Accord Cost?

The 2021 Honda Accord is available in LX, Sport, the new Sport Special Edition, EX-L, and Touring trim levels. Standard equipment on the Accord LX ($24,77) includes 17-in wheels, forward-collision warning and automatic emergency braking, lane-departure warning and lane-keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, automatic LED headlights, dual-zone automatic climate control, 8-in touchscreen display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, height-adjustable driver's seat, cloth upholstery, a full-width folding rear seatback, dual USB ports, and a 160-watt/4-speaker sound system. The Sport ($27,230) adds 19-in wheels, bigger brakes, LED fog lights and LED high- and low-beam headlights, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, 60/40-split folding rear seats, 12-way power driver's seat (including 4-way power lumbar), upgraded USB port, and 8-speaker/180-watt audio system. Sport models optioned with the more powerful 2.0-liter engine also get features like moonroof, blind-spot monitoring, wireless phone charger and wireless Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, and heated front seats. The new Sport Special Edition ($28,720) replaces the former EX 1.5-liter model and has leather interior, heated front seats, smart entry, heated mirrors and 4-way power passenger seat. The EX-L ($31,090) also includes wireless Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, wireless phone charger, moonroof, blind-spot monitoring, universal garage remote, auto-dimming rearview mirror and 10-speaker/450-watt premium audio with HD Radio and SiriusXM satellite radio. The Touring ($36,700) gets different 19-in wheels than the Sport, plus ventilated front seats, rear heated seats, a head-up display, rain-sensing windshield wipers, Wi-Fi and near-field communication (NFC), and enhanced instrument cluster and a navigation system (optional on the EX-L). The Touring model also comes standard with the 2.0-liter turbo engine.

Accord Trims

SedanOriginal MSRP / PriceEngineHorsepowerCity MPG / Hwy MPGTransmissionDrive
Accord Hybrid EX Sedan$30,520 / $28,616Hybrid21248 / 48Continuously Variable AutomaticFWD
Accord Hybrid EX-L Sedan$32,890 / $30,8344 Cylinder Turbo / Hybrid21248 / 48Continuously Variable AutomaticFWD
Accord Hybrid Sedan$26,570 / $25,329Hybrid21248 / 48Continuously Variable AutomaticFWD
Accord Hybrid Touring Sedan$36,440 / $33,5944 Cylinder Turbo / Hybrid21244 / 41Continuously Variable Automatic / 10-Speed Shiftable AutomaticFWD
Accord Sedan EX-L 1.5T CVT$31,290 / $29,3364 Cylinder Turbo / Hybrid19230 / 38Continuously Variable AutomaticFWD
Accord Sedan LX 1.5T CVT$24,970 / $23,8074 Cylinder Turbo19230 / 38Continuously Variable AutomaticFWD
Accord Sedan Sport 1.5T CVT$27,430 / $25,7244 Cylinder Turbo19229 / 35Continuously Variable Automatic / 10-Speed Shiftable AutomaticFWD
Accord Sedan Sport 2.0T Auto$32,110 / $30,1044 Cylinder Turbo25222 / 32Continuously Variable Automatic / 10-Speed Shiftable AutomaticFWD
Accord Sedan Sport SE 1.5T CVT$28,920 / $27,1184 Cylinder Turbo19229 / 35Continuously Variable AutomaticFWD
Accord Sedan Touring 2.0T Auto$36,900 / $34,0174 Cylinder Turbo / Hybrid25222 / 32Continuously Variable Automatic / 10-Speed Shiftable AutomaticFWD
Honda Accord Safety

Is the 2021 Honda Accord a Safe Car?

Every 2021 Accord comes standard with anti-lock brakes, stability control, front-side airbags, side-curtain airbags and front knee airbags. Moreover, they all include the Honda Sensing suite of safety and active safety features that can help prevent or lessen the severity of an accident. The suite includes forward-collision warning and automatic emergency braking, lane-departure warning, lane-keeping assist, and adaptive cruise control. Blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert is standard in EX-L models. The government gives the 2021 Honda Accord a perfect 5-star rating in all crash-test categories.
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5 Year Cost to Own

$35,544 ($0.47 per mile)

5-Year Cost to Own includes out of pocket expenses like fuel and insurance, plus the cars loss in value over time (depreciation)See Detailed Cost to Own
Warranty

Original Warranty

Basic3 Years/36,000 Miles
Drivetrain5 Years/60,000 Miles
Corrosion5 Years/Unlimited Miles
Hybrid/Electric Components8 Years/100,000 Miles
Roadside Assistance3 Years/36,000 Miles

Safety Features & Equipment

Braking & Traction
  • 4-Wheel Anti-Lock Brakes
  • Brake Assist
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System
  • Traction Control
Passenger Restraint
  • Child Safety Locks
  • Driver Air Bag
  • Passenger Air Bag
  • Rear Side Curtain Airbags
  • Side Air Bag
  • Side Head Air Bag
Road Visibility
  • Daytime Running Lights
  • Fog Lights
Accident Prevention
  • Bluetooth, Hands-Free
  • Parking assist
  • Rearview Camera
Security
  • Alarm System
  • Telematics
  • Vehicle Anti-Theft System

Competition

2021 Honda Accord vs the competition

2021 Toyota Camry -- The Camry is available in a diverse variety of trim levels that cater to diverse buyer tastes. Its available engines are also fundamentally different and still include a V6. Read how they compare in Accord vs Camry: Which is Better? 2021 Kia K5   -- All new and taking the place of the Optima, the Kia K5 boasts great looks, great technology, potent powertrains, and the choice of all-wheel drive. 2020 Mazda6 -- The Mazda6 has quite a bit in common with the Accord in the sense that it's a surprisingly refined sedan that delivers a satisfying fun-to-drive factor. Long ignored, the Mazda6 nevertheless deserves a look. Read how they compare in Accord vs Mazda6: Which is Better? 2021 Nissan Altima -- The Nissan Altima was all-new for 2019 with a new look, a great, tech-rich interior, an interesting available VC-Turbo engine, and available all-wheel drive, which is surprisingly rare in this segment. Read how they compare in Accord vs Altima: Which is Better? Used Lexus ES -- If you're seeking a large, premium car that won't suffer from typical luxury car reliability issues, the ES is a great choice. It's far pricier when new, so checking out a used or certified pre-owned one is smart.

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