Honda has gone official with the pricing for the all-new 2013 Honda Accord. The vehicle will hit dealers across the country on September 19. The MSRP for the base Accord LX Sedan will start at $21,680. The high-end Accord Touring model will start at $33,430. All 2013 Accord versions will have a destination handling charge of $790.
Honda will be offering a coupe version of the Accord scheduled to hit dealer showrooms on October 15. The coupe version of the Accord will start at $23,350 for the LX-S model not including the destination and handling charge. Honda says that the new Accord features thousands of dollars worth of standard features and technologies compared to previous models with pricing for the sedan only increasing by $300.
The four-cylinder Accord LX MSRP only increase by $200 for the 2013 model year. Honda has completely redesigned the Accord and promises new levels of refinement, sophistication, and fuel efficiency. All Accord models feature alloy wheels along with new standard features, including a rearview camera, expanded view drivers were, Bluetooth hands-free system, USB/iPod integration, Pandora Internet radio capability, SMS text message functionality, a dual-zone climate control system, and 160 W audio system.
Honda has added two new models to the sedan lineup for 2013 including a Sport and Touring model. The Sport version features 18-inch wheels, fog lights, 10-way power driver seat, and deck lid spoiler, dual chrome exhaust finishers, and paddle shifters on CVT models. The sport model also gets a stiffer tower strut bar and exclusive suspension and steering tuning. The Sport model uses a 2.4-liter direct injected VTEC engine with an available six-speed manual or CVT transmission. Pricing for the sport model starts at $23,390.