2019 Honda Accord in El Cerrito, near Berkeley

The Recently Redesigned 2019 Honda Accord Makes a Splash

Now in its tenth generation, the Honda Accord enjoyed a massive makeover for the 2018 model-year: everything from inside to outside was tweaked, tuned, and optimized for a whole new kind of performance from the family sedan you know and love. After such a big change, there aren't too many updates made to the body or interior of the new model. However, there are still some exciting new things to see. For 2019, trim levels include the Honda Accord LX, Sport, EX, EX-L, and Touring.

A Roomier and More Premium Interior

One small (but surprisingly big) benefit of the new generation's redesign is the addition of two inches of rear legroom. You may not notice at first, but your back-seat passengers sure will--and you'll notice their lack of complaining. The new 2019 Honda Accord comes standard with dual-zone auto climate control, and you can outfit your model with power and heated seats, a power moonroof, and leather upholstery for a luxury feel when you opt for a higher trim level like the fully loaded Touring.

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A Sharper Style and Dynamic Design

The biggest news in exterior styling for the iconic Honda Accord was the discontinuation of the Coupe body style. The death of the coupe, though, meant that Honda designers had double the time to spend on the styling of the all-new Honda Accord sedan last year, and the results speak for themselves. This is one of the best-looking midsize sedans we've seen, and it really stands out.

2019 Honda Accord Exterior
2019 Honda Accord Interior

New Turbocharged Performance

New look, whole different power. Last year, the Honda Accord dropped its older V-6 engine in favor of the efficient performance of an agile new 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbo engine, making 252 horsepower and 274 pound-feet of torque. This option is available on most trims, but the 2019 Honda Accord comes standard with a sprightly 1.5-liter four-cylinder turbo engine, good for 192 horsepower and 192 pound-feet of torque. Engine choices carry over for 2019, and FWD remains the only drivetrain choice.

Tech Packages and Standard Safety

El Cerrito and Berkeley drivers will love what's inside--like a standard 7-inch LCD screen that displays your apps and media, as well as the 2019 Honda Accord's standard multi-angle rearview camera. Apple CarPlay/Android Auto compatibility is available on the EX-L and up, and advanced GPS navigation is an option. New standard Honda Sensing Safety Systems include Collision Mitigation Braking System, Adaptive Cruise Control with Low-Speed Follow, Road Departure Mitigation System, Lane Keeping Assist System, and Traffic Sign Recognition.