2021 Honda Accord Consumer Reviews

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2021 Accord LX- An incredible value

Rick R, 12/20/2020
LX 4dr Sedan (1.5L 4cyl Turbo CVT)
58 of 60 people found this review helpful

Just purchased a new 2021 Accord LX after shopping many different vehicles. With standard Apple Carplay, adaptive cruise control, lane assist, and dual zone climate control, the features are plenty for me, and are offered at a reasonable price. Cars are all really expensive, so reasonable is a relative term, but I do believe that this was a great value for the money. For me, driving the car is enjoyable. The car gives a stable, larger car ride but with good cornering and feedback from the road. Acceleration is good even in the eco mode and so combined mileage near 30 mpg is good. So far, I am very happy with this purchase and would recommend to anyone looking for a good value in reliable transportation. The fact that the car is built in Ohio is another plus for me. I am happy to support American workers regardless of the brand. Another part of this experience that helped me to be so positive is having the transaction conducted at a dealership that is straightforward and decent to do business with. The salesperson was outstanding and was completely honest with me. It is much easier to like a car more when the purchasing experience is also positive. I look forward to many years of driving this car.

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The Sport mode

Kevin L Thomas, 12/24/2020
Sport 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 10A)
44 of 46 people found this review helpful

I m not new to Honda brand my and I have been for at least 20 yrs and they’ve yet to disappoint. The quality of the cabin ride has improved quite a bit from the previous version not that they were bad but I love when you closed any door it feels like your in a higher end luxury car without the price tag. Now the handle of the suspension in sport mode takes it to another level and yet mpg is still not to shabby the horsepower from the v6 to 4cylinder with turbo mode is great and it still doesn’t take away from the fuel economy. The technology is very unique because you get all the features of a navigation system without the cost with the apple CarPlay feature sure you use your cell data but the savings of upgrade to have the feature built in well you do the math. So let’s also talk about the easy connection to your cell phone for hands free calls and playing your own music especially with your subscription.

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Accord, Touring 2.0. Great car, our first Honda

Mike, 05/31/2021
Touring 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 10A)
19 of 19 people found this review helpful

What can I say, we love the 2021 Accord Touring 2.0. The Accord beat out a Genesis G80, and the Lexus ES350. We loved the G80, but what I hated about the G80 was the information center, at best it is cumbersome to use. The Lexus also failed in the difficult to use information center category. On a whim, we decided to look at the Accord Touring 2.0 and based on Road and Track and Car and Drivers magazine reviews. The Honda is a great ride. It is only 250 horse and 280 torque, but it feels quicker than that. The Honda's info center is a breeze to use, and has "wireless apple play", wireless phone charging, every option is standard equipment, including Nav, heated, and ventilated seats, heated rear seats, etc. List was $38290.00 we purchased ours for $34,500.00. I emailed every Honda dealer in Kansas, guess what, a few dealers were willing to deal on a pretty deep price. My wife last four vehicles were Infinity's. We loved the Infinity brand, but the brand has become boring and stale. The Accord does have a little bit more road noise that the Genesis and Lexus, but guess what the Genesis was 20K more than the Accord, and the Lexus was 15K more than the Accord. After driving the Honda for 1000 miles, we are very pleased with our purchase, and many dollars ahead. Do your self a favor and at least look at the Honda.

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I could get in trouble with this car

Mark Moore, 03/15/2021
Sport Special Edition 4dr Sedan (1.5L 4cyl Turbo CVT)
15 of 15 people found this review helpful

Got an Accord Sport SE in sonic grey pearl last week and have been driving it a lot. Am I allowed to say that I might actually like the CVT? Was hesitant to buy it because of this but it's not a hindrance at all like CVT's I've driven in various hybrid cars. It really performs well, "downshifting" when you stomp the pedal and keeping the engine in an optimum RPM range most of the time without the continuous gear changes of an automatic. I haven't even tried the paddle shifters yet, which are supposed to mimic a 7-speed automatic, and have spent very little time in Sport mode because the car is plenty fast in plain old Drive. Too fast sometimes to the point you look at the speedometer and are surprised. Mind you I'm not comparing this to sports cars, just plain old family sedans I've owned in the past. The car has almost all the bells and whistles. With the Sport SE you never need to take the key fob out of your pocket to unlock, drive or lock the car. Walk up and touch it and it unlocks, walk away and it locks automatically. There's remote engine start plus a cool feature Honda doesn't advertise where you can open all the windows remotely. The leather seats are nice but not very fancy for leather seats. There's a TON of space everywhere. The gas pedal is a little sensitive to the touch, would like something requiring more effort to push down, and the brake pedal is positioned high up so it's not always comfortable getting your foot on it. Apple CarPlay works well but is not wireless. The stereo may be 180 watts with 8 speakers, but it could sound better. You get some road noise on rough pavement with the 19-inch wheels, but they handle great and look even better. This car stays flat on corners and bends where my old Camry felt like it might go off the road. Very pleased so far.

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Best Car I've Ever Owned

Wordleman, 02/10/2021
Sport Special Edition 4dr Sedan (1.5L 4cyl Turbo CVT)
14 of 15 people found this review helpful

During a financial turn-down, I reluctantly turned to a Honda Accord. It wasn't long before the economy turned-around and could return to my appetite for luxury cars. Regardless, I not only kept my Accord, but I have also leased three more since then. My wife also LOVES her CR-Vs and our 3 kids drive Honda's as well. Our transition to becoming a Honda family was something we did not plan but grew out of loving the total experience of owning Hondas. As to my Accords, the best way to discover the potential pleasure of owning one is to take a test drive and discover for yourself.

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