2014 Honda Accord Gets Modest Price Hike


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    2014 Honda Accord Picture

    The 2014 Honda Accord sedan starts at $22,745. | August 19, 2013

Just the Facts:
  • The carryover 2014 Honda Accord sedan and coupe receive price increases of $275.
  • The 2014 Honda Accord sedan starts at $22,745.
  • The 2014 Honda Accord coupe starts at $24,415.

TORRANCE, California — The carryover 2014 Honda Accord sedan and coupe receive price increases of $275, American Honda announced on Monday.

The 2014 Honda Accord sedan starts at $22,745, including a $790 destination charge. The Accord sedan goes on sale August 22.

The 2014 Honda Accord coupe starts at $24,415, including shipping. The Accord coupe goes on sale August 20.

Pricing for the 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid sedan will be announced closer to its October on-sale date, the company said.

Pricing for the 2014 Accord Plug-in Hybrid was announced in January.

The Accord Plug-in Hybrid starts at $40,570, including shipping.

Changes to the 2014 Accord are minimal and include new premium seat fabric on the LX sedan.

The 2013 Honda Accord sedan starts at $22,470, including a $790 destination charge, according to American Honda. The 2013 Honda Accord coupe starts at $24,140, including shipping.

The 2014 Honda Accord sedan is priced virtually on top of its chief domestic competitor, the 2014 Ford Fusion. The 2014 Accord sedan is $50 more expensive than the Fusion. The 2014 Ford Fusion S FWD starts at $22,695, including a $795 destination charge. But the 2014 Accord is $300 cheaper than its closest Japanese rival, the 2014 Toyota Camry. The 2014 Toyota Camry L starts at $23,045, including an $810 destination charge.

The 2014 Honda Accord coupe faces dwindling competition, especially since Nissan recently killed off the Nissan Altima coupe here and the Toyota Camry Solara is discontinued.

The 2014 Honda Accord coupe undercuts the 2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe, one of its closest competitors. The 2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T starts at $25,145, including an $895 destination charge. Hyundai Motor America has not announced 2014 Genesis pricing.

Edmunds says: Honda continues to duke it out with Ford when it comes to pitting two of the most popular cars in the midsize sedan segment against each other in terms of price.

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