Used 2013 Honda Accord Coupe

$9,999 - $16,995
2013 Honda Accord

2013 Highlights

The Honda Accord is fully redesigned for 2013.


  • Roomy and high-quality interior
  • refined and efficient powertrains
  • quick acceleration
  • responsive handling
  • available coupe body style.


  • CVT automatic's characteristics won't suit everybody
  • firm ride quality.

Read full review

Used 2013 Honda Accord Coupe for Sale

Honda Accord 2013 EX-L V6 w/Navigation 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 6A) Crystal Black Pearl Black leather93,496 miles
Used 2013Honda AccordEX-L V-6 w/Navigation
Est.Loan: $253/mo
View details
Dealer Notes

This vehicle includes a Money-Back Guarantee* and passed our precise inspection process. Best of all the price you see is the price you pay. No haggling. No back and forth. No pressure. And this price is so good it is guaranteed.*Money-Back Guarantee is valid for 5 days or 250 miles, whichever comes first. Subject to certain terms and conditions. See store for details. Some restrictions apply.

Honda Accord 2013 Sport 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl CVT) Modern Steel Metallic 79,170 miles
Used 2013Honda AccordSport
Est.Loan: $258/mo
View details
Dealer Notes

Just Arrived... 2.4L I-4... 18 Wheels... Bluetooth...10 Way Power Adjustable Driver Seat... Back Up Camera... Auto Climate Control... USB... Pandora Radio... One Owner... Clean Carfax. For the all new Country Buick-GMC Come check out our Huge Inventory and Super Savings.

Honda Accord 2013 LX 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl CVT) White Orchid Pearl Ivory cloth29,722 miles
Used 2013Honda AccordLX
Est.Loan: $274/mo
Fair Deal!
Fair Deal!
$300 Below Market
White Orchid Pearl Ivory leather58,877 miles
Used 2013Honda AccordEX-L
Est.Loan: $290/mo
Fair Deal!
Fair Deal!
Basque Red Pearl II Gray cloth93,404 miles
Used 2013Honda AccordLX
Est.Loan: $195/mo
Fair Deal!
Fair Deal!
Alabaster Silver Metallic Black leather79,032 miles
Used 2013Honda AccordEX-L V-6
Est.Loan: $267/mo
Fair Deal!
Fair Deal!
Modern Steel Metallic Gray leather34,536 miles
Used 2013Honda AccordTouring V-6
Est.Loan: $319/mo
Good Deal!
Good Deal!
Alabaster Silver Metallic 42,526 miles
Used 2013Honda AccordEX
Est.Loan: $271/mo
Fair Deal!
Fair Deal!
Alabaster Silver Metallic 148,053 miles
Used 2013Honda AccordLX
Est.Loan: $206/mo
White Orchid Pearl Ivory cloth56,099 miles
Used 2013Honda AccordLX
Est.Loan: $280/mo
18 mi away
View details
Dealer Notes

CarMax makes car buying easy and hassle-free. Our upfront prices are the same online and on our lot. All our used cars come with a 5-Day Money-Back Guarantee, a 30-Day Limited Warranty (60-Day in CT, MN, and RI; 90-Day in GA, MA, NJ, and NY) and a free vehicle history and safety recall report. Price assumes final used vehicle purchase will be made in MD, and excludes tax, title and tags but includes $99 dealer processing charge (not required by law). Some fees are location specific and may change if you transfer this vehicle to a different CarMax store. Certain vehicles may have unrepaired safety recalls. Check to learn if this vehicle has an unrepaired safety recall. Inventory shown here is updated every 24 hours.Prior Use:Loaner

Crystal Black Pearl Black leather73,945 miles
Used 2013Honda AccordEX-L V-6
Est.Loan: $270/mo
Manassas Motors
18.7 mi away
Fair Deal!
Fair Deal!
$300 Below Market
White Orchid Pearl Ivory leather69,044 miles
Used 2013Honda AccordTouring V-6
Est.Loan: $310/mo
Fair Deal!
Fair Deal!
Alabaster Silver Metallic 9,099 miles
Used 2013Honda AccordLX
Fitzgerald Genesis
20.2 mi away
Fair Deal!
Fair Deal!
Obsidian Blue Pearl Black leather60,065 miles
Used 2013Honda AccordEX-L V-6 w/Navigation
Est.Loan: $284/mo
Fair Deal!
Fair Deal!
$300 Below Market
Modern Steel Metallic 85,141 miles
Used 2013Honda AccordEX-L
Est.Loan: $278/mo
Crystal Black Pearl Black cloth106,614 miles
Used 2013Honda AccordSport
Est.Loan: $205/mo
Priority Toyota(3)
25.3 mi away
Fair Deal!
Fair Deal!
$300 Below Market
Crystal Black Pearl Black cloth54,359 miles
Used 2013Honda AccordLX-S
Est.Loan: $243/mo
Fair Deal!
Fair Deal!
Basque Red Pearl II Ivory leather77,862 miles
Used 2013Honda AccordEX-L
Est.Loan: $256/mo
Fair Deal!
Fair Deal!

Get more for
your trade-in

  • Edmunds shoppers save money with a valuation on their trade-in
  • Receive offers from our dealer partners fast
See Your car's value
Vehicle Photo

Features & Specs

EX-L 2dr Coupe (2.4L 4cyl CVT)EX 2dr Coupe (2.4L 4cyl CVT)EX-L w/Navigation 2dr Coupe (2.4L 4cyl CVT)LX-S 2dr Coupe (2.4L 4cyl CVT)EX 2dr Coupe (2.4L 4cyl 6M)LX-S 2dr Coupe (2.4L 4cyl 6M)EX-L V-6 2dr Coupe (3.5L 6cyl 6M)EX-L V-6 2dr Coupe (3.5L 6cyl 6A)EX-L V6 w/Navigation 2dr Coupe (3.5L 6cyl 6M)EX-L V6 w/Navigation 2dr Coupe (3.5L 6cyl 6A)
Transmissioncontinuously variable-speed automaticcontinuously variable-speed automaticcontinuously variable-speed automaticcontinuously variable-speed automatic6-speed manual6-speed manual6-speed manual6-speed shiftable automatic6-speed manual6-speed shiftable automatic
Horsepower185 hp @ 6400 rpm185 hp @ 6400 rpm185 hp @ 6400 rpm185 hp @ 6400 rpm185 hp @ 6400 rpm185 hp @ 6400 rpm278 hp @ 6200 rpm278 hp @ 6200 rpm278 hp @ 6200 rpm278 hp @ 6200 rpm


NHTSA Overall Rating

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration offers independent analysis.
  • Frontal Barrier Crash Rating

  • Side Crash Rating

  • Side Barrier Rating

  • Combined Side Barrier & Pole Ratings

    Front Seat5/5
    Back Seat5/5
  • Rollover

    Dynamic Test ResultNo Tip
    Risk Of Rollover9.9%

IIHS Rating
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety.
  • Side Impact Test
  • Roof Strength Test
  • Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint
  • IIHS Small Overlap Front Test
  • Moderate Overlap Front Test

Top Consumer Reviews

Read what other owners think about the 2013 Honda Accord


Consumer Rating

Write a consumer review of your vehicle for a chance to WIN $100!
Honda is back on track!
I loved my 2000 Accord SE, but it was time to pass it down, and get myself something new. This Coupe is amazing. I have driven many manual trannies, but this one is the best. The engine has plenty of power, tugging smoothly at the low end and breathtakingly at the high end - and it makes wonderful sounds! There's always a correct gear to select. Positioning of all controls is great. With only 200 miles on it, I got 30 mpg on a 460 mile trip, with a combination of city and mostly high speed highway, cruising at 80 mph (the speed limit in that part of Texas, thank you) and making no attempt to be frugal. City-only is averaging 24, again without trying. Sound system is awesome. Addendum: After three years, it is better than ever. The only problem so far has been a bad battery, replaced for free because the green indicator quit appearing (not because I could otherwise tell that the battery was sub-par.) The transmission is even silkier that is was, and the clutch is smoother as it breaks in. I still get a reliable 30 mpg on the road, 27 mixed, and 23-24 in city driving only. I once had to brake on a road with glare ice (the idiot in front of me panicked at a yellow light) ... touching the brakes lightly brought an immediate mild yaw, followed by a mild shudder, and then the car straighten itself out. Once off the ice, I was able to stop before rear-ending the idiot (who had PLENTY of time to get through the yellow light, but didn't.) I realized that the brakes had actuated independently to prevent a spin! The suspension is a little stiff for a few of our less well-maintained city roads, but is usually fine, and is perfect for the 85 mph stretch of State Highway 130 between San Antonio and Austin. It runs effortlessly at those speeds. The engine redlines at 62 mph in 2nd gear, and yet rounds city corners smoothly in 3rd gear, so there's always an appropriate gear for any occasion. My only complaints are that my only color choices were black and gray, and it would be nice one of the video screens would mirror my cell phone's screen. Addendum#2: No problems at all. Still get 30 mpg on the road (32 if it is all Interstate, which around here means 75-80 mph.) Smooth shifter is even smoother. Honda is making such a huge mistake by not promoting this car to enthusiasts. Even the car magazines aren't testing the new ones like this, yet they complain about Honda's lack of models with the performance this one offers. Addendum #3: Still no problems at all. Took a road trip of several thousand miles this summer, including the mountains of southern Missouri and northern Arkansas. My mileage was still 31 mpg, and I rarely had to downshift on uphill legs.
Proud to buy another Honda
I have a super commute that makes fuel mileage a priority which the Civic does a great job however comfort and convenience suffered Now with the new Accord EXL coupe I have good mileage combined with a quiet comfortable ride wrapped in more technology then seems possible It does not match my wife's A5 in luxury but it is not all that far away
Honda's new Prelude
Nutshell -- Pros: Sleek looks, surprisingly roomy, surprisingly fast, surprisingly efficient, surprisingly sporty - just surprising. Amazing tech and build quality, too. Cons: Slam-you-into-the-ceiling sporty/bumpy ride, poorly designed paddle shifters. Overall: The next Prelude, with Mercedes CLA specs. I traded my 2010 Altima for a 2013 Accord and it was one of the better purchase decisions I've made. I can't believe what Honda has packed into this beast at this reasonable price point. Performance: Here's where it shines. Yes, it's only got 4 cylinders. But, it has 185 horsepower and as many lb-ft of torque... and most of that's ready to go before 4000 RPM (unlike most Honda engines). Smash the gas, the engine's at 4000RPM almost immediately, and your neck almost snaps. The CVT doesn't sound like one -- Honda made sure that lead footed drivers are rewarded with what sounds like a Prelude engine with a 7 speed transmission shifting it! Handling is at the norm for a Honda sport-class vehicle - The car goes where you point it. Even the interior is sport-oriented, with VERY well bolstered front seats and carbon fiber like trim. The car will really fool you into pretending you're sitting in something sportier than the two door version of a large family sedan. The only real thing to watch for here are the paddle shifters -- you can use them in Sport mode and pretend you're shifting up or down as if driving an F1 car. In all honesty, the paddles are small and it's much more intuitive to grab what's *behind* them instead. In this case, expect to hit the windshield mist wiper stalk while shifting up, and the high beam flasher while shifting down. Build Quality: All Hondas shine in this department and the 2013 Accord Coupe is no exception. The doors slam shut with remarkable tightness for a 2-door. Top quality materials include perforated leather (EXL/EXV6) and aluminum-toned carbon fiber-type trim. Vibration is virtually nil, even on rough surfaces. One poor choice Honda made, though, was that glossy honeycomb pattern mess that goes across the front below the aluminum trim. Comfort: The EX-L/V6 models are decked out with pretty much everything imaginable for the class. Dual zone climate control, 10-way power seat, moonroof, and anything else you can cram into a sub-$30k car. The back seat will fit two 6' adults comfortably for under-2-hour trips. Coming from a 2010 Altima, though, the Accord coupe's very intimate (read: rough) ride was rather jarring until I got used to it. It all comes with the sporty territory, anyways. Tech: The Accord went from being a behind-the-class piece of tech equipment straight to the top of its class. The HondaLink system is amazing (providing you have compatible devices). It's surprisingly easy to use (take it from someone who's used to using an array of 50 buttons to control his audio system). However, if you're intimidated by tech -- I won't lie here -- you're really going to hate this system; Luddites need not apply. Efficiency: Now that Honda finally figured out the meaning of low-end torque, engine power is available to you at more usual speeds -- This translates to not just better acceleration, but also better fuel economy. The coupe claims 25/36 city/highway, although my own measurements have been a bit narrower (closer to 29/34 city/highway). Most of my driving is city, so I can't complain. You can even lead-foot every start (like I did on my first tank) and still get about 24 MPG city(!). Safety: This runs in the Accord's bloodline. In addition to the highest level of active safety (i.e., good handling and braking), the Accord has lane departure warning (which can thankfully be kept off if you live in an area with narrow lanes, as I do), forward collision warning (an amber light that flashes at the base of your windshield when you get a wee bit too close to something), a rear view backup camera with wide angle, and something new for its class -- a right turn blindspot camera, which activates when you hit the right turn signal (new drivers might find this feature a bit distracting at first, but it helps, trust me!). Of course, add to that 10+ airbags and good crash test ratings. Overall: A close to 10/10 vehicle. Not perfect, but something to consider if you really want something sporty, reasonably luxurious, and techy to boot! The 2015 model, for those interested in a newer rig, is pretty much identically equipped and priced (and a bit more powerful).
More About This Model

Honda needs a winner.

Between a drift from its traditional engineering-driven principles and the tsunami that devastated its factories, the last four years haven't been kind to the H brand.

Nonetheless, the company has redesigned its Accord midsize sedan for the eighth time in its history. It's hardly an overstatement to say that the Accord is both the bread and butter of Honda's lineup, as Americans snatch these babies up at a rate of more than 1,000 per day.

The ninth-generation 2013 Honda Accord sedan arrives September 19 with new looks and new bones underneath. Struts replace its traditional double-wishbone front suspension and a continuously variable transmission (CVT) takes the place of a traditional automatic transmission on models with the all-new 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine. There's also a revised V6 Accord with an all-new six-speed automatic.

In other words, in four-cylinder guise, the new Accord is now virtually identical to every other volume-selling midsize sedan peddled in the U.S.

Different. Just Like Everybody Else
Nearly every car in the midsize segment offers a similar-size four-cylinder engine, ample interior space and about the same fuel economy as the new Accord. Progress, it seems, is measured less on fundamentals and more on feature content and styling. And few manufacturers venture far from vanilla when it comes to styling their volume models.

Even so, the ever-increasing pressure to deliver miserly fuel consumption is the driving force behind Honda's first-ever direct-injected four-cylinder engine. Rated at 185 horsepower and 181 pound-feet of torque, the new engine comes paired to the six-speed manual transmission as standard, but our EX model has the optional $800 CVT, which replaces the old car's five-speed automatic.

The switch to a CVT helps deliver the 2013 Honda Accord's EPA estimated 27 city/36 highway/30 combined mpg ratings, placing it second in the fuel economy race behind the Nissan Altima. As importantly, the CVT, during around-town driving, performs more intuitively than most we've driven. Its simulated upshifts feel natural and will likely fool all but the most observant drivers into thinking it's a conventional automatic. Wood it getting on the freeway, however, and the unrelenting high-rpm engine howl is present until you lift.

Howl as it might, we still recorded 26.3 mpg during 537 miles of combined driving, which handily trumps the 24.1 mpg we recorded over 841 miles in our last test of a 2012 four-cylinder Accord just this April.

It's Worth It
Honda illustrates the promise of improved acceleration through graphs showing the new Accord to be above and to the right of the old Accord. This, in engineer and PR speak, is universal language for "better."

Still, we insist on judging acceleration the old-fashioned way: We measure it. And in this regard there's no argument. It is better. Considerably so.

Our 2013 Honda Accord test car whirred its way to 60 mph in 7.8 seconds (7.5 seconds with 1 foot of rollout as on a drag strip). That's a full second better than the old Accord four-cylinder. The quarter-mile, too, is quicker in the new car. The traps whistle past in 15.8 seconds at 91.2 mph, a milestone that required 16.4 seconds in last year's model.

During 60-to-0 brake testing, the pedal lacked the confidence we'd prefer, as it softened after multiple stops. The final distance, at 128 feet, was a bit long for the class, as it almost always is with Honda products.

Honda's choice to torpedo the Accord's double-wishbone front suspension in favor of struts seems at first like a poor one for a car proffered as engaging to drive. Double wishbones provide camber control throughout their stroke which generally leads to better handling, although you'd have a hard time selling that line to BMW and Porsche.

On the surface, lower cost seems to drive the move, but a full redesign — especially one as comprehensive as this — can take years to reap financial benefits. Honda says the decision is driven by weight loss and the need to package a more robust crash structure into the chassis at the upper strut mount.

The added strength, say Honda officials, improves performance in the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's Overlap Barrier Test, where the car is driven into a small fixed object (think pole or tree) just off center at 40 mph. In combination with high-strength steel at critical points, the Accord's unibody is 57 pounds lighter than before and that's without considering the additional savings made by eliminating the old suspension's upper control arm. But at 3,320 pounds, our EX model tipped the scales only 31 pounds lighter than last year's Accord EX tester.

It Still Handles
What's more, Honda insists the new suspension hits all its internal handling targets, and after driving it both on the road and through our instrumented tests it's hard to argue otherwise. No midsize sedan is going to engage a dedicated driving enthusiast, but some will certainly repel us. Toyota's Camry LE, for example, is largely successful at this task by demonstrating the dynamic apathy of a sofa bed.

The 2013 Honda Accord, however, does not. Its low-effort electrically assisted steering lacks the arbitrary weight of its predecessor but provides ample feel to guide the car prudently between the cones or down a rough back road. Damping, too, is tuned to return genuine body control. As a result we found ourselves hustling the Accord at a respectable pace in places we wouldn't bother with in much of its competition.

At 65.5 mph through our slalom, the 2013 Accord was 2.1 mph quicker than the 2012 model, so its ultimate capabilities are clearly improved. It equaled the outgoing car on the skid pad, where both circled at 0.83g, which is at the top of the class.

Bucking the Trend
It's a fact common to both the midsize and compact segments that the cars are increasing in size. Bigger and bigger they've grown until, in some cases, they have outsized their larger brethren. This, of course, makes for some uncomfortable positioning. Honda, however, keenly avoided the problem by not offering a car bigger than the Accord (save the Accord Crosstour, but who's counting?). And for 2013 it has eliminated the issue altogether by making the new Accord smaller.

This Accord sedan is downsized 3.5 inches in overall length and 0.9 inch in wheelbase (to 109.3 inches) yet it gains front and rear headroom. Front legroom remains the same, while rear legroom increases by 1.3 inches. Trunk volume also increases by 0.8 cubic foot.

That, friends, is what happens when a company returns to its engineering roots. Inside, this is a big car. Only dimensional deviants will have trouble sitting in the backseat. Even large passengers are comfortable behind a 6-foot driver.

What's more, Honda redesigned the Accord's front seats and eliminated the not-quite-low-enough-to-be-lumbar back support that generated complaints during our long-term 2008 Accord test.

Interior Attention
Considerable attention was paid to minimizing the button-heavy center stack and simplifying the primary controls. Along with a new one-piece dashboard, the center stack benefits from buttons that divide functions by category. The cleaner interface is both more efficient to use and better-looking.

Mercifully, pairing your cellphone via Bluetooth no longer requires voice commands and the necessary manual reading that inevitably accompanies them. An 8-inch screen in the dash accommodates everything from navigation (EX-L models only) to a back-up camera display and is also standard in every Accord. Dual-zone climate control is included on all trims, but you'll still have to tap buttons to set your preferred temperature. Bluetooth and the Pandora music-streaming app are both standard and well integrated for easy use.

Another notable standard feature is the Active Noise Control system, which uses the audio system speakers to cancel road noise. We tested it and found that it worked, although it only made our tester as quiet as a Camry. But with interior noise traditionally high in Honda products, this is progress. So is the standard (on EX models and above) keyless start and entry.

Another new feature on EX level models and above is the LaneWatch system, which displays the car's blind spot on the in-dash screen. The system is triggered via the right turn signal and its 80-degree view is useful in judging gaps and moving confidently between lanes.

Hondalink is Honda's means to support Internet services via your smartphone in a presentation formatted for use in the car. Available only on EX-L level sedans and EX level coupes, the system can do everything from reading your Twitter feed to finding you a new Thai restaurant via Yelp. Again, it's well integrated, so it's actually useful instead of being just another electronic toy that goes unused.

A Winner?
Our 2013 Honda Accord EX rang up a $26,195 as-tested price, which is only $200 more than last year's model. It's hard to argue that the additional performance, efficiency and feature content aren't worth the bump in cost.

More importantly, this Accord is a Honda again — a case we've been unable to plead for several models in recent years. Many traditional Honda benefits feature prominently here. Visibility, thanks to a relatively low waistline, is better than in most cars in the segment. Materials and assembly quality appear to be at or above past Honda standards and, to our eyes, it even looks better than the car it replaces.

That Honda needs a winner in the new Accord is clear. After our drive, we would say it has one.

The manufacturer provided Edmunds this vehicle for the purposes of evaluation.

Used 2013 Honda Accord Coupe Overview

The Used 2013 Honda Accord Coupe is offered in the following styles: EX-L 2dr Coupe (2.4L 4cyl CVT), EX 2dr Coupe (2.4L 4cyl CVT), EX-L w/Navigation 2dr Coupe (2.4L 4cyl CVT), EX 2dr Coupe (2.4L 4cyl 6M), LX-S 2dr Coupe (2.4L 4cyl CVT), LX-S 2dr Coupe (2.4L 4cyl 6M), EX-L V-6 2dr Coupe (3.5L 6cyl 6M), EX-L V6 w/Navigation 2dr Coupe (3.5L 6cyl 6M), EX-L V-6 2dr Coupe (3.5L 6cyl 6A), and EX-L V6 w/Navigation 2dr Coupe (3.5L 6cyl 6A).

What's a good price on a Used 2013 Honda Accord Coupe?

Save up to $300 on one of 12 Used 2013 Honda Accord Coupe for sale at dealerships within 25 miles of Ashburn, VA with prices as low as $9,999 as of 07/17/2018, based on data from dealers and consumer-driven dealer ratings ranging from 1 to 5 out of 5 stars.

Price comparisons for Used 2013 Honda Accord Coupe trim styles:

  • The Used 2013 Honda Accord Coupe EX-L is priced between $13,988 and $15,500 with odometer readings between 34378 and 85888 miles.
  • The Used 2013 Honda Accord Coupe EX is priced between $9,999 and $13,501 with odometer readings between 32779 and 100529 miles.
  • The Used 2013 Honda Accord Coupe LX-S is priced between $12,000 and $14,265 with odometer readings between 17118 and 76437 miles.
  • The Used 2013 Honda Accord Coupe EX-L V-6 is priced between $16,490 and $16,995 with odometer readings between 35759 and 40309 miles.

Shop with Edmunds for perks and special offers on used cars, trucks, and SUVs near Ashburn, VA. Doing so could save you hundreds or thousands of dollars. Edmunds also provides consumer-driven dealership sales and service reviews to help you make informed decisions about what cars to buy and where to buy them.

Which used 2013 Honda Accord Coupes are available in my area?

Used 2013 Honda Accord Coupe Listings and Inventory

There are currently 12 used and CPO 2013 Honda Accord Coupes listed for sale in your area, with list prices as low as $9,999 and mileage as low as 17118 miles. Simply research the type of used car you're interested in and then select a prew-owned vehicle from our massive database to find cheap used cars for sale near you. Once you have identified a used or CPO vehicle you're interested in, check the Carfax and Autocheck vehicle history reports, read dealer reviews, and find out what other owners paid for the Used 2013 Honda Accord Coupe. Then select Edmunds special offers, perks, deals, and incentives to contact the dealer of your choice and save up to $300 on a used or CPO 2013 Honda Accord Coupe available from a dealership near you.

Shop Edmunds' car, SUV, and truck listings of over 6 million vehicles to find a cheap used, or certified pre-owned (CPO) 2013 Honda Accord Coupe for sale near you.