The 2023 Honda Accord is slated to arrive in showrooms this month with a starting price of $28,390.

That cost of admission is for the 11th-gen’s entry-level offering, the Accord LX, and includes Honda’s $1,095 destination charge. From there, consumers will be able to step up to the EX, Sport, EX-L, Sport-L, and range-topping Touring.

The LX and EX are the only two models to be powered by a 1.5-liter turbocharged inline-four, paired up to a CVT transmission. The final four trims are hybrid-electric, utilizing a newer, more powerful 4th-generation two-motor setup. This latest system mounts the electric motors side-by-side, paired up to a 2.0-liter Atkinson cycle 4-cylinder engine. Combined system power is rated at 204 horsepower and 247 lb-ft of torque.

Getting into an entry-level hybrid Accord– the Sport trim– can be done for an initial price of $32,990. Consumers will be able to choose from the four hybrid models, ultimately climbing to $38,985 for the top-trim Touring model.

This penultimate Accord is packaged with all of the line’s amenities, including Honda’s first integration of Google built-in. Bundled with this system is a complimentary 3-year unlimited data plan. Other features include a 6-inch head-up display, 12.3-inch infotainment screen (Honda’s largest ever), a 12-speaker Bose sound system, wireless device charging, climate controlled seats and more.

Still, consumers looking for the “bare minimum” will be pleasantly surprised by the LX’s features, including a 7-inch infotainment screen with smartphone integration, a 10.2-inch digital instrument panel and more. Even just bumping up to the EX grants heated front seats, a power moonroof, 10-way power driver’s seat and an 8-speaker audio system.

The full price breakdown is listed below. Stay tuned to MotorWeek for more on the new Accord! 





MSRP Plus $1,095 Destination Charge2

EPA Mileage Rating






29 / 37 / 32





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46 / 41 / 44





51 / 44 / 48





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46 / 41 / 44