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What are the Differences Between the 2019 and 2018 Honda Accord?

By Product Expert | Posted in Comparison, Honda Accord on Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019 at 9:42 pm
2019 Honda Accord Touring exterior front shot of fascia, grille, headlights, and logo badge while parked on a winding forest mountain road

2019 Honda Accord vs 2018 Honda Accord

Currently one of the most popular Honda models, the Honda Accord returned to the automotive market back in November 2018. We covered a few topics concerning the changes and features of the 2019 Honda Accord back then, but we thought a general overview would also be helpful to some audience members. So, that’s why, today, we’ll list out how the 2019 Honda Accord has changed since its 2018 model. It’s the 2019 Honda Accord vs the 2018 Honda Accord!

2019 Honda Accord Engine Specs

Mechanically, the 2019 Honda Accord is still identical to its 2018 model. That means it still comes with a baseline 1.5L turbocharged inline 4 engine. This produces 192 horsepower and 192 lb-ft of torque. It has a city fuel economy of 30 mpg* and a highway fuel economy of 38 mpg*.

Still, there is an engine upgrade option. That would be a 2L turbocharged inline 4 engine. This produces 252 horsepower and 273 lb-ft of torque. It has a city fuel economy of 22 mpg* and a highway fuel economy of 32 mpg*.

Additionally, as with the 2018 Honda Accord, the 2019 Honda Accord has 3 available transmission options depending on a driver’s choice of trim level. Those would be a 6-speed manual transmission, a 10-speed shiftable automatic transmission, and a continuously variable-speed automatic transmission (CVT).

2019 Honda Accord Pricing

The 2018 Honda Accord has a starting MSRP of $23,570**.

The 2019 Honda Accord has a starting MSRP of $23,720**.

2019 Honda Accord Sport with 2T engine and red paint color parked by a farm field of wheat

2019 Honda Accord Hybrid exterior side shot with dark gray paint color parked outside a farm field and forest

For further detail, please see our previous article covering this topic that concerns the pricing of both the 2019 Honda Accord trim levels and the 2019 Honda Accord Hybrid trim levels. That article can be found here.

What Has Changed with the 2019 Honda Accord?

To be honest, very little. The only other change beyond its modest jump in price that we can discern is that a 1.5L engine option is no longer available with the Touring trim level of the 2019 Honda Accord. Last year, the 2018 Honda Accord midsize sedan was a big success with both critics and audiences. For the 2019 model of the Honda Accord, Honda has taken the approach of ‘If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’. We’ll have to wait and see if more substantial changes are waiting with the 2020 Honda Accord.

2019 Honda Accord Color Options

Learn More About Honda Models in Vineland, NJ

For more information on the 2019 Honda Accord, please feel free to contact us. Our staff would be happy to answer your questions or to schedule you for a test drive with any Honda model we have in stock. Here at the Rossi Honda dealership, you can reach us online, by phone, or in person at our on-site location in Vineland, New Jersey within Cumberland County.

*Based on 2019 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-package/condition, and other factors.

**MSRP plus $895 destination charge, excluding tax, license, registration and options. Dealer prices may vary.

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6 Responses to “What are the Differences Between the 2019 and 2018 Honda Accord?”

  1. Ben says:

    Other difference from the Honda website is that 2019 no longer offers Kona Coffee metallic as an exterior choice. RIP Kona Coffee, I might have the last Accord with that color 🙁

  2. Joshua Gonzalez says:

    The self parking option is new…

    Although to me it feels like my 2018 touring model is very close to perfect. The only thing I would improve is the speakers or perhaps make it easier to add aftermarket speakers


    The only thing I would like to see them add is an audible tone so I can hear that my doors are locked and the alarm is set.

  4. Don D. says:

    I agree. The Honda in-house ‘premium’ 450W audio system is awful. The bass is lousy in a normal listening range. The bass from the 6×9” rear deck speakers in my 2016 Altima SR was far superior. Honda needs to meet with Bose engineers to design and offer a Bose sound system for their high tier models.

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