The 2013 Honda Accord has arrived to little fanfare and an absence of drum rolls. But, that is fine since we are talking about the Accord, a car that has made a fine, comfortable living for 30 years by being strictly vanilla.
The newest Accord is, according to reviewers, still reliable, more or less comfortable, safe-ish and priced to sell. Buyers of this newest plain bagel of a family sedan will be able to choose between either a four-cylinder or a six-cylinder engine. Also, shoppers can go with a relatively sporty manual coupe, a CVT or an automatic four-door.
Reviewers are finding that while the Accord continues to perform as one would expect, un-noteworthy, there are some delightful surprises to be had in the newest model. Its visibility and leg room are among the best in its class. Moreover, its safety-warning features such as its side cameras were well designed and are easy to use.
The 2013 Honda Accord is priced from $23,000 to $33,000.