2019 Honda Accord Specs, Release Dates, Prices

The 2019 Honda Accord is the 10th generation of Honda perennially best-selling midsize sedan after fully redesign last year. All new from the ground up, the Accord is built on a new platform with a lower, wider stance, a lighter and more rigid unibody structure; a lighter and more sophisticated chassis; three advanced new power units, including Accord's first-ever turbocharged engines, a new 10-speed automatic transmission and a third-generation two-motor hybrid system.

In recreating Accord for its 10th generation, Honda designers and engineers sought to convey "absolute confidence" in every element of design and performance. Building on the bedrock character of Accord – its outstanding quality, fuel efficiency, packaging and sophisticated driving dynamics – they have imbued the 2019 Honda Accord with a new level of emotional appeal and premium quality; an Accord that defies its mainstream midsize sedan status, providing even more refined and engaging performance, a more spacious and upscale interior, and the latest generation of advanced Honda safety, connected-car and driver-assistive technologies.


The 10th generation 2019 Honda Accord takes an entirely new approach to performance with its two new direct-injected VTEC Turbo 4-cylinder engines with dual VTC – a 1.5-liter 16-valve inline-4 and a 2.0-liter 16-valve DOHC inline-4. Both new turbocharged engines produce peak torque across a broad range of engine speed (RPM), delivering smooth and virtually lag-free power for exceptional throttle response and power delivery in all driving conditions.

The 1.5-liter turbo is mated to a Honda continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) with G-Shift Control or, in Sport trim, to either a CVT or a short-throw 6-speed manual transmission (6MT). The new 2.0-liter turbo, sharing much of its design with the 2017 Civic Type-R engine, can be mated to a smooth, responsive Honda-designed 10-speed automatic, the first of its kind for a front-wheel-drive car, or, in Sport trim, to the 10AT or a short-throw 6-speed manual

The two new automatic transmissions take greater advantage of available torque while maximizing quietness and efficiency during highway cruising. The redesigned CVT has an 11-percent lower ratio compared to the previous generation version for more powerful launch performance, while the new 10AT is 22 lbs. lighter, with a 43-percent lower first gear and a 17-percent taller top gear compared to the previous generation Accord 6-speed automatic.


Engine Type

1.5 In-Line 4-Cylinder with Single-Scroll MHI TD03 Turbo and Internal Wastegate

2.0 In-Line 4-Cylinder with Single-Scroll MHI TD03 Turbo and Internal Wastegate

Boost Pressure (PSI)




1498 cc

1996 cc

Horsepower (SAE net)

192 @ 5500 rpm

252 @ 6500 rpm

Torque (SAE net)

192 lb-ft @ 1600-5000 rpm

273 lb-ft @ x1500-4000 rpm


6500 rpm

6800 rpm

Bore and Stroke

73.0 mm / 89.5 mm

86.0 x 85.9

Compression Ratio ​​ 

10.3 :1

9.8 : 1

Valve Train

16-Valve DOHC VTEC

16-Valve DOHC VTEC

Fuel Injection



Drive-by-Wire Throttle System



Electric Parking Brake



Eco Assist System



Active Noise Cancellation



Hill Start Assist



Immobilizer System



Remote Engine Start

Not Available


CARB Emissions Rating




Transmission Type

Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) with Sport Mode

6-Speed Manual Transmission

10-Speed Automatic Transmission with Shift-By-Wire and Paddle Shifters

6-Speed Manual Transmission


Front engine/FWD

Fuel Tank Capacity

14.8 gal

14.8 gal

Required Fuel

Regular Unleaded

Regular Unleaded


Max. Speed

127 mph (6MT)

121 mph (CVT)

125 mph (6MT)

126 mph (10AT)

Zero to 60 mph

7.2 sec (6MT)

7.6 sec (CVT)

6.2 sec (6MT)

5.7 sec (10AT)

Zero to 100 mph

18.7 sec (6MT)

19.1 sec (CVT)

15.9 sec (6MT)

14.5 sec (10AT)

Standing ¼-mile

15.5 sec @ 92 mph (6MT)

15.9 sec @ 89.3 mph (CVT)

14.8 sec @ 96.2 mph (6MT)

14.3 sec @ 99.3 mph (10AT)

EPA FUEL ESTIMATED (City/Highway/Combined)

6MT (mpg)

26 / 35 / 30

26 / 35 / 30

CVT (mpg)

30 / 38 / 33


10AT (mpg)


22 / 32 / 26



The 2019 Honda Accord has a longer wheelbase (+2.16 inches), a lower overall height (-0.59 in.) and wider body (+0.39 in.), wider wheel tracks (+0.20 in. front, +0.79 in. rear), a shortened overall length (-0.39 in.) and a lower, sportier seating position (-1.0 in. front, -0.79 in. rear). A sweeping greenhouse, positioned farther back on the body, completes the new stance and proportion of the next-generation Accord. The combined effect of these changes is a more premium look, highlighted by shorter overhangs, a bold front fascia, a long and low hood, and a visual center of gravity moved closer to the rear wheels.

Viewed head-on, the 2019 Honda Accord greenhouse also angles in more sharply from the window sills to the roof, further emphasizing the wide lower body, while inside the cabin the seats have been moved slightly inward, which contributes to improved hip, shoulder and head room while enhancing occupants' freedom of movement. Also, the longer wheelbase allowed designers to move the second-row seats substantially rearward, giving Accord 1.9 inches of added rear legroom. Overall passenger volume is increased by 2.5 cubic feet (LX trim) and trunk space, at 16.7 cubic feet on all models and trims, is up 0.9 cubic feet on 1.5-liter and 2.0-liter models and 3.2 cubic feet on the Accord Hybrid, aided by the repackaging of the hybrid battery pack beneath the rear seats.

Elegant and modern exterior detailing compliments the Accord more dynamic design. The bold and upright front fascia is highlighted by Honda's signature chrome wing front grille positioned above a large main air intake and flanked by available 9-lamp full-LED headlights and LED fog lights. A new laser brazing process that joins the roof to the body side panels creates a clean exterior appearance with no need for a garnish over the rain channels. The similarly low and wide rear view is finished off with an upswept decklid, distinctive LED light-pipe taillights and available integrated dual exhaust ports.

The 2019 Honda Accord also boasts a larger, more premium and tech savvy interior that compliments its athletic and elegant body design, delivering a level of quality and premium feel that belies Accord's mainstream sedan status.

The new Accord features a panoramic forward view that is enabled by its lower cowl and by front roof pillars that are 20 percent narrower and moved rearward on the lower (and relative to the driver's seating position). The new soft-touch instrument panel features an ultra-thin profile and three-tier design with a strong upper deck that describes a continuous arc from its outboard section through the side doorsills, giving a sense of strength and visual continuity.

A more intricately contoured sport inspired steering wheel with deep-set thumb rests and available paddle shifters compliment the 2019 Honda Accord more sophisticated and sporty performance capabilities. Meticulous attention to the tactile and visual quality of surface materials and decorations communicates modernity and soft-spoken elegance throughout the cabin.

The inboard positioning of the seats provides for improved freedom of movement and is complimented by longer, wider and more deeply padded arm rests, front and rear; while the Accord's newly designed seats feature taller shoulder bolstering for a more premium appearance and improved lateral support. New high-accuracy seat padding with variable firmness improves seating comfort and support. The driver's seat now has available 12-way power adjustment with height-adjustable lumbar support, and passenger comfort is further enhanced by available new heated and ventilated front seats and by improved rear seat heating with both seat bottom and seat back heating elements.


The 2019 Honda Accord is a midsize sedan sold in five trim levels: LX, Sport, EX, EX-L and Touring. The LX is the most affordable model but is still reasonably well-equipped. The Sport doesn't cost much more and comes with some visual upgrades, while the EX and the EX-L add more convenience features. The top-trim Touring loads up with every feature available.

Standard equipment for the base LX model include 17-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights, LED taillights, LED running lights, automatic high-beam control, push-button ignition, dual-zone automatic climate control, a height-adjustable driver's seat, Bluetooth, a 7-inch touchscreen, and a four-speaker audio system with a USB port. Safety features include lane keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, and forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking.

The Sport adds 19-inch wheels, larger front brakes, LED foglights, a rear spoiler, chrome exhaust tips, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a power-adjustable driver's seat, a 60/40-split rear bench, cloth and simulated-leather upholstery, an 8-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and an eight-speaker audio system. A CVT models also come with steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters.

The 2019 Honda Accord EX builds off the LX model plus the Sport's interior upgrades (minus the Sport's unique upholstery, shift paddles and leather-wrapped steering wheel), 17-inch wheels, heated mirrors, a sunroof, keyless entry and ignition, blind-spot monitoring, heated front seats, rear air vents, an additional USB port, and satellite and HD radio. The EX-L adds an auto-dimming rearview mirror, a power-adjustable passenger seat, driver-seat memory settings, leather upholstery and a 10-speaker audio system. A navigation system is optional.

Models with the turbocharged engine are essentially the same, but the Sport 2.0T also get keyless entry, heated front seats and blind-spot monitoring. Automatic models come with shift paddles, and all are equipped with the Sport's larger front brakes and chrome exhaust tips.

The Touring trim gets 19-inch wheels, adaptive suspension dampers, chrome exterior trim, illuminated door handles, automatic wipers, front and rear parking sensors, adjustable driving modes, a head-up display, ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, a navigation system, a Wi-Fi hotspot and a wireless phone charger.

MSRP for all 2019 Honda Accord is as follow:

Trim / Engine



LX / 1.5L Turbo



Sport / 1.5L Turbo



Sport / 1.5L Turbo



EX / 1.5L Turbo



EX-L / 1.5L Turbo



Sport / 2.0L Turbo



Sport / 2.0L Turbo



EX-L / 2.0L Turbo



Touring / 2.0L Turbo



 ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​​​ *MSRP plus $920 destination charge, excluding tax, license, registration and options.

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