Honda Accord Buyer's Guide, Specs & Information

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The Accord has long been one of Honda's best-selling models and one of the most popular cars in the United States. With a long reputation for reliability and practicality, the Accord is a car that makes sense for many buyers.

Available in both standard gasoline and hybrid powertrains, the Accord is more fuel-efficient than ever before. It's won many awards over its lifespan and the 2024 model year is no exception to the Accord's long and successful history.

Larger than the compact Civic sedan and hatchback, the Accord is a mid-size sedan and the largest sedan in Honda's model lineup. With up to 204 horsepower available and up to 51 MPG, this beloved sedan continues to be an extremely well-rounded car.

2024 Honda Accord Price (MSRP)

The price of the 2024 Honda Accord starts at $28,990 and goes up to $39,985 depending on the trim and package.

  • LX: $28,990

  • EX: $31,005

  • Sport Hybrid: $33,990

  • EX-L Hybrid: $35,635

  • Sport-L Hybrid: $35,970

  • Touring Hybrid: $39,985

2024 Honda Accord Reliability

Is the 2024 Honda Accord a reliable car? Yes. The Honda Accord has a reliability rating of 80/100 according to J.D. Power

2024 Honda Accord Specs At a Glance

Vehicle Category: Full-size sedan
Invoice Price:
Fuel Economy: EPA Fuel Economy, combined/city/highway (32/29/37), Hybrid (44/46/41)
Seating Capacity:
Cargo Space:
16.7 cubic feet
Safety Rating:
5 Stars (NHTSA)

View full specs below.

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2024 Honda Accord FAQs

2024 Honda Accord Release Date

The 2024 Honda Accord became available in late 2023 and is currently available at Honda dealerships now.

2024 Honda Accord Competitors

Competitors of the Honda Accord include the Nissan Altima, Toyota Camry, Hyundai Sonata, Kia K5, Subaru Legacy, and Chevrolet Malibu. When shopping for a Honda Accord you should consider other models in this competitive set.

2024 Honda Accord MPG and Fuel Efficiency

What is the MPG for the 2024 Honda Accord?

The Honda Accord gets up to 46 miles per gallon.

What is the gas tank size of the 2024 Honda Accord?

The Honda Accord gas tank size is 12.8 gallons, which is slightly smaller than some other vehicles in this segment.

How much does gas cost to fill up the 2024 Honda Accord?

It costs approximately $48 to fill up the gas tank considering average gas prices.

What kind of gas does the Honda Accord take?

The Honda Accord takes regular unleaded gas.

2024 Honda Accord Performance

What is the top speed for a 2024 Honda Accord?

The top speed for the Honda Accord is 116 mph.

How fast is the 0-60 time for a 2024 Honda Accord?

The 0-60 time for the Honda Accord is 7.3 seconds

How fast is the quarter mile time for a 2024 Honda Accord?

The 1/4 mike time for the Honda Accord is 13.9 seconds.

What is the towing capacity of make model?

The towing capacity of the Honda Accord is up to 1,000 lbs.

2024 Honda Accord Weight and Dimensions

How much does the Honda Accord weigh?

The Honda Accord weighs 3,477 lbs.

What are the dimensions of 2024 Honda Accord?

The dimensions of the Honda Accord are a wheelbase of 111.4 inches, length of 195.7 inches and width of 73.3 inches.

What is the height of 2024 Honda Accord?

The height of the Honda Accord is 57.1 inches.

How long is the 2024 Honda Accord?

The Honda Accord is 195.7 inches long.

2024 Honda Accord Manufacturing

Where is the Honda Accord made?

The Honda Accord is made in Marysville, Ohio

What is the Honda Accord made out of?

The Honda Accord is made out of galvanized steel and aluminum panels.

Honda Accord Ratings and Reliability

Is the Honda Accord a reliable car?

The Honda Accord has an 80/100 reliability score according to J.D. Power

What is the safety rating of the make model?

The Honda Accord has a safety rating of 5 stars according to the NHTSA.

2024 Honda Accord: Full Specs and Features

The specs below are for the Honda Accord Sport Hybrid, the Accord is available in different variations and the full specs for all versions of the Accord can be found on Honda's website.


EPA Classification: Large Cars

Front Wheel Drive


Engine Order Code: NA
Engine Type and Required Fuel: Gas/Electric I-4
Displacement (liters/cubic inches): 2.0 L/122
Fuel System: Gasoline Direct Injection
Maximum Horsepower @ RPM: 204 @ 6100
Maximum Torque @ RPM: 134 @ 4500
Cooling System Capacity (quarts): NA


Transmission Order Code: NA
Transmission Description: CVT w/OD
Number of Transmission Speeds: 1
First Gear Ratio (:1): 2.23 - 2.23
Reverse Ratio (:1): 2.23
Final Drive Axle Ratio (:1): 4.44
Clutch Size: NA

Fuel Economy and Range

EPA Greenhouse Gas Score: 8.0
CO2 Emissions, 15K mi/year (tons): 4.0
Range, city/highway (miles): 588.80 / 524.80
EPA Fuel Economy, combined/city/highway (mpg): 44 / 46 / 41
EPA Fuel Economy Equivalent (for hybrid and electric vehicles), combined/city/highway (MPGe): N/A / N/A / N/A

Fuel Tank

Fuel Capacity / Gas Tank Size: 12.8
Aux Fuel Tank Capacity (gallons): NA

Exterior Dimensions

Wheelbase (inches): 111.4
Length (inches): 195.7
Width, without mirrors (inches): 73.3
Height (inches): 57.1
Front Track Width (inches): 62.6
Rear Track Width (inches): 63.5
Minimum Ground Clearance (inches): 5.3
Liftover Height (inches): NA

Interior Dimensions

Passenger / Seating Capacity: 5
Total Passenger Volume (cubic feet): 102.8
Front Head Room (inches): 37.5
Front Leg Room (inches): 42.3
Front Shoulder Room (inches): 57.9
Front Hip Room (inches): 55.4
Second Row Head Room (inches): 37.2
Second Row Leg Room (inches): 40.8
Second Row Shoulder Room (inches): 56.5
Second Row Hip Room (inches): 55.4

Cargo Area Dimensions
Trunk Space (cubic feet): 16.7


Steering Type: Rack-Pinion
Steering Ratio (:1): NA
Turns, lock to lock: NA
Turning Diameter / Radius, curb to curb (feet): NA
Turning Diameter / Radius, wall to wall (feet): NA


Front Suspension Type: Strut
Rear Suspension Type: Multi-Link
Front Shock Absorber Diameter (mm): NA
Rear Shock Absorber Diameter (mm): NA
Front Anti-Roll Bar Diameter (inches): NA
Rear Anti-Roll Bar Diameter (inches): NA


Brake Type: 4-Wheel Disc
Anti-Lock-Braking System: 4-Wheel
Front Brake Rotors, diameter x thickness (inches): 12.3
Rear Brake Rotors, diameter x thickness (inches): 11.1
Rear Drums, diameter x width (inches): NA

Wheels and Tires

Front Wheel Size (inches): 19 X 8.5
Front Wheel Material: Aluminum
Front Tire Size: P235/40VR19
Rear Wheel Size (inches): 19 X 8.5
Rear Wheel Material: Aluminum
Rear Tire Size: P235/40VR19
Spare Wheel Size (inches): NA
Spare Wheel Material: NA
Spare Tire Size: NA


Maximum Trailer Weight, dead weight hitch (pounds): NA
Maximum Tongue Weight, dead weight hitch (pounds): NA
Maximum Trailer Weight, weight distributing hitch (pounds): NA
Maximum Tongue Weight, weight distributing hitch (pounds): NA

Weight Information
Base Curb Weight (pounds): 3477


Cold Cranking Amps @ 0° F: NA
Maximum Alternator Capacity (amps): NA

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