Used Honda Accord for Sale by Owner

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About the Honda Accord

The Accord is a popular midsize sedan that has been a mainstay in Honda's lineup for many years. The Accord is one of the most popular four-door sedans, known for its combination of reliability, comfort, and value.

With a spacious interior, efficient engine options, and a reputation for quality, the Accord has consistently been one of the top-selling sedans in its class. It’s available in 6 trim levels to suit different budgets and preferences. The Accord offers a compelling blend of features, practicality, and driving dynamics that have made it a go-to choice for many sedan buyers.
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Honda Accord LX

The LX is the base trim for the Honda Accord lineup. While lacking the luxury features of other Accord trims, the LX affordably delivers on the core attributes that have made the Accord a perennial favorite: reliable performance, efficient fuel economy, and a comfortable, well-equipped interior.

The Accord LX trim is equipped with a turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder producing 192 horsepower. It features 17-inch silver-painted alloy wheels and a continuously variable transmission.

Cloth seats
Honda sensing driver-assistive features
6-valve DOHC VTEC exhaust with dual variable timing control
Idle stop
MacPherson strut front suspension
Multi-link rear suspension
Dual-pinion, variable-ratio electric power steering
Front and rear stabilizer bar
225 / 50 R17 94V all-season tires
160-watt audio system with 4 speakers
7-inch color touch-screen
Stolen vehicle locator
Automatic climate control system
Power windows
Power door locks
Self-opening trunk
Push button start
Cruise control
One-touch turn indicators
Tilt and telescopic steering column
Push-open fuel door with Capless Fuel Filler
Center console with armrest and storage compartment
Beverage holders (front and rear)
Sliding sun visors
Driver's and front passenger's illuminated vanity mirrors
LED map lights
Sunglasses holder
Rear-window defroster
Cargo area light
Floor mats
Side door pockets
Passenger-side seat back pocket
Illuminated steering wheel-mounted controls
Driver-side garment hook
Illuminated power window switches
Trunk main switch
LED headlights with auto-on/off
LED tail lights with auto-on/off
Aluminum hood
Security system with remote entry and trunk release
Body-colored door handles
Smart entry with walk-away auto lock
Active shutter grille
Variable intermittent windshield wipers

Used Accord LXs sell for $4k to $50k depending on mileage, condition, and age.

Honda Accord EX

The 2024 Honda Accord EX builds upon the solid foundation of the entry-level LX trim, offering more comfort and convenience. Featuring the hallmark performance and fuel efficiency of the Accord lineup, the EX elevates the driving experience with thoughtful upgrades.

Powering the Accord EX is the same turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine found in the LX, producing a robust 192 horsepower. But, the EX distinguishes itself with pewter-painted alloy wheels and a sleeker design.

On top of the features offered on the Accord LX, the EX adds:

Heated seats
One-touch power moonroof with tilt feature
Dual-zone automatic climate control system
Lockable glove compartment
Driver's seat with 10-way power adjustment, including 2-way power lumbar support
180-watt audio system with 8 speakers

Used Accord EXs sell for $2k to $29k depending on mileage, condition, and age.

Honda Accord Sport Hybrid

The 2024 Honda Accord Sport Hybrid combines sporty styling with an efficient hybrid powertrain. Building upon the well-equipped EX trim, the Sport Hybrid offers performance, fuel economy, and distinctive design elements.

Under the hood, the Accord Sport Hybrid is powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine paired with a two-motor hybrid system, producing a combined 204 horsepower. This hybrid setup delivers an EPA-estimated 46 mpg city, 41 mpg highway, and 44 mpg combined, ensuring excellent fuel efficiency without compromising driving dynamics.

Distinguishing it from other trims, the Sport Hybrid drives on 19-inch machine-finished alloy wheels with black inserts, lending a bold and athletic appearance. The exterior also features a decklid spoiler and branded “Sport” badging.

In addition to the features found on the Accord EX, the Sport Hybrid adds:

Lithium-Ion high-voltage battery
Multi-stage, high-pressure direct fuel injection
12.3-inch color touchscreen display
Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration
Electronic continuously variable transmission with deceleration selectors
Wireless charging pad (Qi-compatible)
Sport pedals
Motion management system
Paddle shifters with deceleration selectors
Blind spot information system with cross-traffic monitor

Used Accord Sport Hybrids sell for $17k to $33k depending on mileage, condition, and age.

Honda Accord EX-L Hybrid

The 2024 Honda Accord EX-L Hybrid adds more premium features and the efficient hybrid powertrain of the Sport Hybrid. It combines luxury appointments with excellent fuel economy and performance.

Powering the Accord EX-L Hybrid is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine paired with a two-motor hybrid system, producing a combined 204 horsepower. This allows an EPA-estimated 51 mpg city, 44 mpg highway, and 48 mpg combined.

Here are the features that separate the Honda Accord EX-L Hybrid from the Sport Hybrid:

Leather-trimmed seats
Heated front seat
Body-colored parking sensors
Automatic-dimming rearview mirror
Front passenger's seat with 4-way power adjustment

Used Honda Accord EX-L Hybrids sell for $6k to $35k depending on mileage, condition, and age.

Honda Accord Sport-L Hybrid

The 2024 Honda Accord Sport-L Hybrid builds upon the well-equipped Sport Hybrid. The Accord Sport-L Hybrid also has a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine paired with a two-motor hybrid system, producing a combined 204 horsepower. It shares the same EPA fuel economy ratings as the Sport Hybrid—46 mpg city, 41 mpg highway, and 44 mpg combined.

Here are the key features that the Sport-L Hybrid has compared to the Sport Hybrid:

Leather-trimmed seats
Heated front seat
19-inch alloy wheels with matte black inserts
Rear diffuser
Driver's seat with 10-way power adjustment, including 2-way power lumbar support with two-position memory
Front passenger's seat with 4-way power adjustment

Used Honda Accord Sport-L Hybrids sell for $18k to $36k depending on mileage, condition, and age.

Honda Accord Touring Hybrid

The Honda Accord Touring Hybrid represents the pinnacle of the Accord lineup, combining premium luxury appointments with cutting-edge hybrid efficiency and performance. The Touring Hybrid delivers an uncompromising driving experience that seamlessly blends sophistication, technology, and sustainability.

The Accord Touring Hybrid is powered by the same 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine paired with a two-motor hybrid system found in other Hybrid trims, producing a combined 204 horsepower.

Here are the features that separate the Honda Accord Touring Hybrid from the Sport-L Hybrid:

Built-in Google
Heated and ventilated front seats
Heated outboard rear seats
Wireless phone charger (Qi-compatible)
Low-speed braking control
Rain-sensing variable intermittent windshield wipers
Body-colored and heated with integrated led turn indicators and passenger-side reverse gear tilt-down side mirrors
6-Inch Head-Up Display (HUD): speedometer, ACC, LKAS, TSR, compass, turn-by-turn directions
HD radio
Bose premium sound system with 12 speakers, including subwoofer

Used Honda Accord Touring Hybrids sell for $12k to $39k depending on mileage, condition, and age.

Honda Accord Fuel Economy: 29–51 MPG

Here’s the average fuel economy for the Accord trims:

The LX and EX trims average 29 mpg city, 37 mpg highway, and 32 mpg combined.
The Sport, Sport-L, and Touring Hybrid trims average 46 mpg city and 44 mpg highway.
The EX-L Hybrid trim gets 51 mpg city, 44 mpg highway, and 48 mpg combined.

Real-world mileage will vary based on driving conditions and habits. Careful driving helps optimize gas mileage across all Accord trim levels.

Used Honda Accord Prices

The year, model, mileage, and condition impact the price of a used Accord. Here is what you can expect to pay:

Honda Accord LX: from $4k to $28k
Honda Accord EX: from $2k to $29k
Honda Accord Sport Hybrid: from $17k to $33k
Honda Accord EX-L Hybrid: from $6k to $35k
Honda Accord Sport-L Hybrid: from $18k to $36k
Honda Accord Touring Hybrid: from $12k to $39k

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Honda Accord History

Here are 13 key milestones that define the history of Honda’s iconic car:

1. The first-generation Accord, a compact hatchback, was introduced in 1976, becoming Honda's first model built specifically for the U.S. market.
2. In 1979, the Accord became Honda's first model to be built at a U.S. manufacturing facility, the Marysville Auto Plant in Ohio.
3. In 1982, the second-generation Accord was redesigned into a three-door hatchback and a four-door sedan.
4. The third-generation Accord debuted in 1986, marking the model's transition to a mid-size sedan.
5. In 1989, the fourth-generation Accord became the first Japanese-branded vehicle to be produced in the United States.
6. The fifth-generation Accord was introduced in 1994, with a more aerodynamic and rounded exterior.
7. The sixth-generation Accord introduced a V6 engine option in 1998 and became Honda's first vehicle to offer side airbags.
8. In 2003 Honda launched a new trim featuring a more modern and aerodynamic design.
9. The Accord Hybrid was introduced in 2005, combining a V6 engine with an electric motor for improved fuel efficiency.
10. The eighth-generation Accord debuted in 2008 with sleeker styling and more advanced technology features.
11. The ninth-generation Accord received a complete redesign in 2013, with a more aggressive and angular exterior design.
12. The tenth-generation Accord was introduced in 2018, featuring a turbocharged engine, a revised infotainment system, and advanced driver-assistance technologies.
13. The eleventh-generation Accord debuted in 2023, with further advancements in connectivity and safety features.
14. In 2024, Honda added an all-new hybrid system with improved fuel economy ratings over the previous hybrid model. Honda's driver assistance suite was also upgraded with enhanced automated driving capabilities.
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Honda Accord FAQ


What are the best years for a Honda Accord?

For the optimal blend of reliability, features, and value, the 2008–2012 and 2015–2017 Honda Accords hit the sweet spot. They offer dependable long-term performance while still providing modern amenities and safety tech.

Focus your search on well-maintained examples with 4-cylinder engines, particularly the 2.4L from 2008–2012 and the 2015 refresh. Mid-level EX and EX-L trims strike an ideal balance of equipment and pricing for pre-owned Accords.

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