The Honda Accord is a series of automobiles manufactured by Honda since 1976, best known for its four-door sedan variant, which has been one of the best-selling cars in the US since 1989. The Accord nameplate has been applied to a variety of vehicles worldwide, including coupes, wagons, hatchbacks and a crossover. Although this model get facelift in 2016, Honda is already working on its new version because this version from 2016 is starting to show its age. The 2020 redesigned model should bring more than enough changes inside and outside paired with the new design language that will rocket the sales once more. Key updates are expected to be a new platform and the addition of a new turbocharged engine. But let’s keep reading for more information.
2020 ACCORD CHANGES
Even though the Accord is one of the best selling middle-size sedans in the class, it has never been design leader so this time company decided to use a lot effort in order to make this new model more appealing than before. The Accord’s new face obtains heavily from the existing Civic and it will come with a longer, lower, wider, and sleeker profile. There are slim, wide fronts lights that finish at the grille, with LED daytime running lights streaming from the corners down as well as in. The grill itself is a lot bigger, topped by just what’s most likely a chrome bar with the Honda logo square in the center. The form of the haze light real estate aims to mirror that of the daytime running lights
The fast cabin echoes that of the current Civic sedan and marks a departure from the more conservative shape of today’s Accord. The next Accord will also share its platform with the Civic which is the new modular design from Honda that is lighter and stiffer than anything previously used by the automaker for its regular fleet and should benefit the Accord’s dynamic qualities considerably. A version of the platform will also underpin Honda’s next-generation Honda CR-V
RELEASE DATE AND PRICE
Release date of the redesigned Accord for the 2020 is unknown, but we expect that it might be revealed near the end of 2017 and that the sales might start sometime around mid 2018. We will wait and see if there will be anymore changes and detailed information about it, and we would appreciate it if you all would stay with us. Price of the redesigned 2020 Honda Accord is another thing that is not known for sure. We predict that it will be around $30.000 or slightly more depending on the trim and engine, while we expect that the Hybrid will be somewhat more expensive, around $39.000-$40.000. It’s main competitors on the market will be Chevrolet Malibu, Mazda 6, and Kia Optima.
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