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Honda Accord
Manufacturer Honda
Production 1976–present
Body and chassis
Class Compact car:
Mid-size car:
(1990–2007; 2013–present) (sedan)
(1990–present) (coupé)
Full-size car:
2008–2012 (sedan)
Predecessor Honda 1300

Honda Accord/əˈkɔːrd/


First generation (1976–1981)[edit]

First generation
series SJ-SM
Production 1976–1981
Assembly Sayama Plant, Sayama, Saitama, Japan
Johor Bahru, Malaysia (OASB)[11]
Body and chassis
Class Compact
Body style 3-door hatchback
4-door sedan
Layout FF layout
Engine 1.6 L EL1 I4
1.6 L EF I4
1.6 L EP I4
1.8 L EK1 I4
Transmission 2-speed automatic
3-speed automatic
5-speed manual
Wheelbase 2,380 mm (94 in) sedan
Length 4,450 mm (175 in) sedan
Width 1,620 mm (64 in) sedan
Height 1,360 mm (54 in) sedan
Curb weight 945 kg (2,083 lb)

Second generation (1981–1985)[edit]

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Second generation
series SY/SZ/AC/AD
Also called Honda Vigor (Japan)
Production 1981–1985
Assembly Sayama, Saitama, Japan
Marysville, Ohio, US (Marysville Auto Plant)
Nelson, New Zealand (Honda New Zealand)
Johor Bahru, Malaysia (OASB)[11]
Body and chassis
Class Compact
Body style 3-door hatchback
4-door sedan
Layout FF layout
Engine 1.6 L EL1 I4 (CAN, NZ)
1.6 L EY I4 ('84,'85 EU)
1.8 L EK1 I4 ('82,'83 US)
1.8 L ES2 I4 ('84,'85 US)
1.8 L ES3 I4 ('85 US)
Transmission 4-speed automatic
5-speed manual
Wheelbase 2,450 mm (96 in) sedan
Length 4,410 mm (174 in) sedan
Width 1,650 mm (65 in) sedan
Height 1,375 mm (54 in) sedan

In 1983, Honda upgraded the automatic transmission to a four-speed, a major improvement over the earlier, three-speed transmission. The manual five-speed transmission remained unchanged. A new 192 km/h speedometer replaced the earlier 136 km/h unit. The Special Edition (SE) featured Novillo leather seating, power windows, power sunroof and door locks. Gray was added as a color option. A slightly modified EK-2 engine was introduced, replacing the earlier EK-1. Still carbureted.

Refresh (1984–1985)[edit]

The 1984 sedan was available in four exterior colors, Greek White and three metallic options: Columbus Gray, Regency Red (burgundy), and Stratos Blue (steel). The regular hatchback was available in Greek White, Dominican Red, and the metallic Stratos Blue. The 1984 LX hatchback came in three metallic colors only: Graphite Gray, Regency Red, and Copper Brown.

Available options differed from market to market. The 1.8-liter engine, updated four-speed automatic transmission, and 'EX' trim level options were first made available in New Zealand during the 1984 model year refresh alongside the 1.6-liter 'LX' model.

Third generation (1985–1989)[edit]

Third generation
series CA1/2/3/4/5/6
Accord DX sedan (USA)
Also called Honda Vigor (Japan)
Production 1985–1989
Assembly Marysville, Ohio, US (Marysville Auto Plant)
Sayama, Japan
Nelson, New Zealand (Honda New Zealand)
Alliston, Ontario (HCM)
Johor Bahru, Malaysia (OASB)[11]
Designer Toshi Oshika (1983)
Body and chassis
Class Compact
Body style 2-door coupe
3-door hatchback
3-door shooting-brake (AeroDeck)
4-door sedan
Layout FF layout
Engine 1.6L A16A1 I4, 88 hp (66 kW)
1.8L A18A I4, 110 hp (82 kW)
1.8L B18A I4, 100 hp (75 kW)
2.0L A20A1/A20A2 I4, 98 hp (73 kW)
2.0L A20A3/A20A4 I4, 120 hp (89 kW)
2.0L B20A I4, 160 hp (119 kW)
2.0L B20A2 I4, 142 hp (106 kW)
2.0L B20A8 I4, 133 hp (99 kW)
Transmission 4-speed automatic
5-speed manual
Wheelbase 2,601 mm (102.4 in)
Length Hatchback: 4,440 mm (174.8 in)
1986–1987 Sedan: 4,549 mm (179.1 in)
1988–1989 Sedan & Coupe: 4,564 mm (179.7 in)
Width Hatchback & Coupe: 1,694 mm (66.7 in)
Sedan: 1,712 mm (67.4 in)
Height Hatchback & Coupe: 1,336 mm (52.6 in)
Sedan: 1,356 mm (53.4 in)

Accord AeroDeck[edit]

The Aerodeck was equipped with a four-wheel double wishbone suspension, which gave both a comfortable ride and cornering performance. In addition, speed-sensitive power steering is included, which gives the car easy turning assistance at speeds below 40 kilometres per hour (25 mph) during operation, such as parallel parking. Note that the top model in Japan "2.0Si" is to 4w-ALB (4-wheel ABS ) are standard equipment (with option to upgrade in other trim packages).

Visibility from the driver's seat and passenger seat was better due to the lower instrument panel design of the front window and a large windshield. And switches are arranged efficiently and at the time was the driving position can be fine-tuned adjustments.

Moreover, because of the emphasis on aiding rear-seat passenger entry, a longer front door was installed, and because power windows were not installed on the lower trim packages "LX", "LX-S" and as such, the window regulator opening felt heavy.

1989 Accord SE-i dashboard (USA) 
Accord hatchback (USA) 
Accord coupé (USA) 
Accord EX sedan without hidden headlamps (Europe) 
Accord EX sedan (Europe) 

Chassis code configurations[edit]

Code CA1 CA2 CA3 CA4 CA5 CA6
Engine type/code 1829 cc SOHC I4 (A18A) 1834 cc CV DOHC I4 (B18A) 2.0L PGM-FI I4 (B20A) 1.6L SOHC I4 (A16A) 1955 cc SOHC PGM-FI/Carbureted I4 (A20A), 1958 cc PGM-FI I4 (B20A) 2.0L SOHC PGM-FI/Carbureted I4 (A20A)
Region(s) Japan Japan Japan Southern Europe North America (A20A), Europe (A20A/B20A), Australia (A20A), Japan (A20A) "imported to Japan" coupe

Fourth generation (1989–1993)[edit]

Fourth generation
series CB7 (Wagon is CB9)
Production 14 September 1989 – July 1993[20]
Assembly Marysville, Ohio, US (Marysville Auto Plant)
Sayama, Japan
Nelson, New Zealand (Honda New Zealand)
East Liberty, Ohio (East Liberty Auto Plant)
Johor Bahru, Malaysia (OASB)[11]
Designer Toshihiko Shimizu (1987)
Body and chassis
Class Midsize
Body style 2-door coupe
4-door sedan
5-door station wagon
Layout FF layout
Related Honda Ascot
Honda Ascot Innova
Honda Inspire
Honda Vigor
Rover 600
Engine 1.8 L F18A I4 SOHC
2.0 L F20A I4 SOHC
2.0 L F20A I4 DOHC
2.2 L F22A I4 SOHC
Transmission 4-speed automatic
5-speed manual
Wheelbase 2,720 mm (107.1 in)
Length 1990–91 Coupe & Sedan: 4,694 mm (184.8 in)
1991 Wagon: 4,724 mm (186.0 in)
1992–93 Coupe & Sedan: 4,704 mm (185.2 in)
1992–93 Wagon: 4,745 mm (186.8 in)
4,680 mm (184 in) Sedan & Wagon (Japan only, all years)
Width 1990–91: 1,725 mm (67.9 in)
1992–93 Coupe & Sedan: 1,704 mm (67.1 in)
1992–93 Wagon: 1,714 mm (67.5 in)
1,695 mm (67 in) (all bodystyles in Japan)
Height 1990–91 Coupe: 1,369 mm (53.9 in)
1990–91 Sedan: 1,389 mm (54.7 in)
1991 Wagon: 1,400 mm (55.1 in)
1992–93 Coupe: 1,326 mm (52.2 in)
1992–93 Wagon: 1,351 mm (53.2 in)
1992–93 Sedan: 1,341 mm (52.8 in)
Curb weight 1,237 kg (2,728 lb)

The 4th generation Accord, introduced on the "CB" chassis, was unveiled in 1989 for the 1990 model year. Although much larger than its predecessor the sedan's styling was evolutionary, featuring the same low slung design and wraparound rear window as the 3rd generation Accord. For the first time a 3-door hatchback was no longer available internationally.

For this fourth generation Accord, Honda made significant engineering design improvements. All Accords sold in North America came with a completely new all aluminium 2.2-liter 16-valve electronic fuel-injected engine standard, replacing the previous 2.0-liter 12-valve model from the past generation. Also noteworthy, all Accords equipped with automatic transmissions used an electronically controlled rear engine mount to reduce low frequency noise and vibration. The mount contained two fluid filled chambers separated by a computer controlled valve. At low engine speeds, fluid is routed through the valve damping vibration. Above 850 rpm, fluid is routed around the valve making the engine mount stiffer.

Some new dealer-installed accessories were now offered including a single-disc in-dash CD player or trunk mounted 6-disc CD changer, stereo equalizer, fog lights, security system, rear wing spoiler, trunk lip spoiler, luggage rack, full and half nose mask, center armrest, window visors, sunroof visor, car cover, and a cockpit cover.

Because of tightening auto safety regulations from the NHTSA, all 1990 and 1991 Accords sold in the United States came equipped with motorized shoulder belts for front passengers to comply with passive restraint mandates. These semi-automatic restraints were a two component system; a motorized shoulder belt along with a non-integrated and manually operated seatbelt. The shoulder belts automatically raced around each window frame encircling both the driver and front seat passenger whenever the front door closed. The process reversed to release them when opened. The lap belts however, still required manual fastening.

Return of the SE (1991)[edit]

Honda reintroduced the SE (previously SE-i) sedan for 1991. It returned to the lineup without the traditional Bose high powered audio system but with an AM/FM stereo cassette 4x20 watt EX audio system; leather-trimmed steering wheel, leather seats and door panels, a fuel-injected 140 hp (104 kW) engine, 4-speed automatic transmission, and ABS as standard equipment. For the first time, a manual transmission was not offered in the SE. Two colors were available: Solaris Silver Metallic with Graphite Black interior and Brittany Blue Metallic with Ivory interior. Unlike previous editions, the 1991 SE was not equipped with uniquely styled alloy wheels but instead carried the EX model wheels.

Update (1991–1993)[edit]

10th Anniversary Edition and return of the SE (1993)[edit]

In 1993, Honda introduced the 10th Anniversary Edition sedan to commemorate the 10th year of U.S. Accord production. The 10th Anniversary Edition was based on the Accord LX sedan but came equipped with several features not available in the LX trim. The upgrades included ABS, 4-wheel disc brakes, 15" EX coupe six spoke alloy wheels, body colored side moldings, chin spoiler, and standard automatic transmission. Three colors were offered for the 10th Anniversary Edition: Frost White, Granada Black Pearl, and Arcadia Green Pearl. The 10th Anniversary models also included the same premium seat fabric found in EX models. The Frost White and Arcadia Green cars were paired with the same interior color as their LX/EX counterparts, Blue and Ivory, respectively. The Granada Black cars were paired with Gray interior, while the Granada Black EX had Ivory interior.

The SE returned in 1993 as both a sedan, and for the first time since the 1989 SE-i, as a coupe. The SE sedan featured standard dual front airbags; the first Accord to do so. An 8-button, 4-speaker Honda-Bose audio system, automatic transmission, leather trim, body colored bumper and body side moldings were standard. The SE coupe included a factory rear wing spoiler which differed slightly in design from the already available dealer installed accessory rear wing spoiler. In Canada, the SE came with heated front seats and heated side view mirrors. Both the sedan and coupe received distinctive 15-inch alloy wheels as well. All SE sedans during 1990–1991 and 1992–1993 were manufactured in Japan, while all SE coupes were produced in the U.S. The 1993 sedan was available in two colors: Cashmere Silver Metallic and Geneva Green Pearl, both with Ivory interior. The coupe was offered with two colors as well: Cashmere Silver Metallic and Atlantis Blue Pearl, both again with Ivory interior. Sadly, 1993 would be the swan song for the SE as an exclusive, high content, limited edition Accord model. Later generations would use a "Special Edition" designation rather than the previously used "SE" designation. These models were a combination of an Accord LX with several EX features similar to the 1993 10th Anniversary Edition LX.

Honda Ascot[edit]

Honda Vigor and Honda Inspire[edit]

Fifth generation (1993–1997)[edit]

Fifth generation
Japan and North America and The Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France, Switzerland
series CD3/4/5/6/7/9
Also called Isuzu Aska
Production 1993–1997
  • Marysville, Ohio, US (Marysville Auto Plant)
  • Santa Rosa City, Laguna, Philippines
  • Sayama, Japan
  • Jalisco, Mexico (Honda De México)
  • Nelson, New Zealand (Honda New Zealand)
  • Johor Bahru, Malaysia (OASB)[22]
  • Hsinchu, Taiwan
  • Designer Yukio Kurosu, Kohichi Hirata (1990, 1992)
    Body and chassis
    Class Mid-size
    Body style 2-door coupe
    4-door sedan
    5-door station wagon
    Layout FF layout
    Related Acura CL
    Acura TL
    Acura Vigor
    Honda Inspire

    1.8 L F18B I4 (CD3)
    2.0 L F20B I4 (CD4)
    2.0 L F20B3 I4 (CD9)
    2.2 L F22A3 I4 (CD5)
    2.2 L F22B I4 (CD5, CD7)
    2.2 L F22B1 I4 (CD5, CD7)
    2.2 L F22B2 I4 (CD5, CD7)
    2.2 L H22A I4 (CD6, CD8, CF2)

    2.7 L C27A4 V6 (CE6)
    Transmission 4-speed automatic
    5-speed manual
    Wheelbase 2,715 mm (106.9 in)
    Length 1994–95 Wagon: 4,770 mm (187.8 in)
    1994–95 Sedan & Coupe: 4,674 mm (184.0 in)
    1996–97 Coupe & Sedan: 4,714 mm (185.6 in)
    1996–97 Wagon & V6 Sedan: 4,785 mm (188.4 in)
    Width 1,781 mm (70.1 in)
    Height 1994–95 Wagon: 1,420 mm (55.9 in)
    Coupe: 1,389 mm (54.7 in)
    Sedan: 1,400 mm (55.1 in)
    1996–97 V6 Sedan: 1,405 mm (55.3 in)
    1996–97 LX Wagon: 1,422 mm (56.0 in)
    1996–97 Wagon: 1,458 mm (57.4 in)
    Curb weight 1,295 kg (2,855 lb)

    North America, Japan and Philippines[edit]

    U.S. built coupe and wagon models of this generation were shipped to Europe with both left and right hand drive but there was no V6 option.

    Honda Accord SiR (1994–1997)[edit]


    The Accord SiR Coupe and then Accord SiR wagon were built with the Japan-spec H22A DOHC VTEC powertrains which were shipped from Japan and were installed into the HAM-built Accord SiR models. The 1994–1997 "CD" Accord chassis was designed for the H22A DOHC VTEC powertrain to be installed; because the firewall was curved at the top to allow more space for the tilting backwards of the H22A DOHC VTEC engine near the middle of the firewall. The H22A DOHC VTEC engine was the most powerful inline four-cylinder engine Honda built for the Prelude and the Accord before the 1995 U.S.-spec V6 sedan. The Accord SiR suspension was improved with stiffer front sway bar(27.2mmXt4.0 mm), stiffer rear sway bar (16 mm), stiffer front coil springs and stiffer rear coil springs.

    Features for the 94–95 Accord SiR models (sedans and coupes) included the following items: cruise control, automatic climate control (Similar to the first generation Acura CL), Bose stereo system, 7,400 redline tachometer, optional electronic traction control and optional limited slip differential for automatic transmission, optional SRS and airbags, factory installed driving lights, optional factory installed "pop up" navigation radio head unit, sound insulation liner under front hood, black-housing headlamps, no side molding was available on the Accord SiR sedan, optional rear sunscreen, optional sunroof and power retractable outside mirrors. Features for the 96–97 Accord SiR models (sedans, coupes and wagons) included the same as above while adding; optional cruise control, rear window wiper on the sedan, optional leather interior and a colored side molding for the sedan as well.

    • Accord Wagon LX (U.S.)

    • 1996 Accord SiR Wagon (Japan, US import)

    • 1994–1995 Accord coupé (U.S.A.)

    • 1996–1997 Accord coupé (U.S.A.)

    • Fifth generation Accord (Malaysia/South East Asia)

    European model[edit]

    Fifth generation
    Also called Honda Ascot Innova
    Production 1993–1998
    Assembly Swindon, England (HUKM)
    Designer Shigeo Ueno (1989, 1990)[29]
    Body and chassis
    Class Mid-size
    Body style 4-door sedan
    Layout FF layout
    Related Rover 600

    1.8 L F18A3 I4
    2.0 L F20Z I4
    2.2 L F22Z2 I4
    2.3 L H23A3 I4

    2.0 L Rover 20T2N I4 diesel
    Wheelbase 2,720 mm (107 in)
    Length 4,675 mm (184 in)
    Width 1,715 mm (68 in)
    Height 1,380 mm (54 in)
    Curb weight 1,240 kg (2,734 lb)-
    1,375 kg (3,031 lb)

    However, the European Accord did not spawn an estate or coupe version, Honda instead opting to import the coupe and estate (Aerodeck) versions of the North American Accord.

    The diesel model of the Accord was fitted with the direct injection Rover L-Series diesel engine, as also fitted in the Rover 600.

    Rover 600[edit]

    Sixth generation (1997–2002)[edit]


    Sixth generation series CF3/4/5 CL2/3
    Also called Isuzu Aska
    Production 1997–2002
    Assembly Sayama, Japan
    Designer Toshihiko Shimizu; Gen Tamura[31] (1996)
    Body and chassis
    Class Compact (sedan)
    Mid-size (wagon; Euro R)
    Body style 4-door sedan
    5-door wagon

    FF layout

    4WD layout
    Related Honda Torneo

    1.8 L F18B I4 138 hp (103 kW)
    2.0 L F20B I4 SOHC 148 hp (110 kW)
    2.0 L F20B I4 DOHC 197 hp (147 kW)

    2.2 L H22A I4 220 hp (164 kW)
    Wheelbase 2,665 mm (105 in)
    Length 4,635 mm (182 in) sedan & wagon
    Width 1,695 mm (67 in) sedan
    1,720 mm (68 in) wagon
    Height 1,420 mm (56 in) sedan
    1,440 mm (57 in) wagon
    Curb weight 1,230 kg (2,712 lb) sedan
    1,330 kg (2,932 lb) wagon


    Performance models[edit]

    Accord/Torneo Euro R (CL1, 2000–2002)[edit]
    Accord SiR-T (CF4, 1997–2000)[edit]
    Accord SiR (CF4, 1997–2002)[edit]

    The Accord SiR was based on the SiR-T, but used the S-Matic automatic transmission. The engine was rated at 180 PS (130 kW; 180 hp) but with better midrange characteristics. Moving the gear-stick over to the right allowed manual selection of 1st, 2nd, 3rd, or 4th gear using up and down shift actions just like the sequential gearboxes used on the JGTC NSX. When a particular gear is selected, the gear stays in position at all rpm. When pushed against the rev limiter, the engine would bounce against it just like a manual. However, the gear ratios for each gear were the same as the normal mode. The transmission still worked like a normal automatic transmission in all other operating modes.

    Accord Wagon SiR (CH9 FWD 1999–2001, CL2 AWD 2000–2001)[edit]

    The SiR wagon model included the only 2.3-liter H23A DOHC VTEC H-series engine in the Honda line-up. The H23A engine was rated at 200 hp / 190 hp (AWD) at 6,800 rpm and torque of 162.8 lb·ft (220.7 N·m) at 5,300 rpm, 10.6:1 compression, 87 mm (3.4 in) X 95 mm (3.7 in) bore and stroke, and a 7200 rpm redline which is slightly lower than other H-series VTEC engines from factory. The H23A also came with a blue valve cover and was the largest displacement of the H-series Honda engines. The H23A was mounted with a tilt towards the driver. The H23A had a longer stroke than the H22A. Specifications for the H23A were; 87 mm (3.4 in) X 95 mm (3.7 in) bore and stroke and H22A has 87 mm (3.4 in) X 90.7 mm (3.6 in) bore and stroke. The H23A had better acceleration because the peak torque occurred sooner at lower rpm when compared to the H22A.

    Americas, Australia, New Zealand and Philippines[edit]

    Sixth generation series CG1/2/3/4/5/6
    North America
    Production 1997–2002
  • Marysville Auto Plant, USA
  • Jalisco, Mexico (Honda De México)
  • Alor Gajah, Malaysia
  • Sayama, Japan
  • Guangzhou, China
  • Hsinchu, Taiwan (ended 2002)
  • Santa Rosa City, Philippines
  • Ayutthaya, Thailand
  • Nelson, New Zealand (1998 only)
  • Designer Shinji Takashima; Toshihiko Shimizu (sedan: 1995)
    Don Herner; Eric Schumaker (coupe: 1995, 1996)[34]
    Body and chassis
    Class Mid-size
    Body style 4-door sedan (US body, chassis no. CG1/CG5/CG6)
    2-door coupe (US body, chassis no. CG2/CG3/CG4)
    Layout FF layout
    Related Acura CL
    Acura MDX
    Acura TL
    Honda Inspire
    Honda Odyssey (North America)
    Engine 2.0L F20B5 I4 147 hp (110 kW)
    2.3L F23A1 I4 150 hp (112 kW)
    2.3L F23A4 I4 148 hp (110 kW)
    2.3L F23A5 I4 135 hp (101 kW)
    3.0L J30A1 V6 200 hp (150 kW)
    Transmission 4-speed automatic
    5-speed manual
    Wheelbase Sedan: 2,715 mm (106.9 in)
    Coupe: 2,670 mm (105.1 in)
    Length 1998–2000 Sedan: 4,796 mm (188.8 in)
    2001–02 Sedan: 4,811 mm (189.4 in)
    1998–2002 Coupe: 4,745 mm (186.8 in)
    Width 1,786 mm (70.3 in)
    Height 1998–2002 Sedan: 1,445 mm (56.9 in)
    1998–2002 V6 Sedan: 1,455 mm (57.3 in)
    1998–2000 Coupe: 1,400 mm (55.1 in)
    2001–02 Coupe: 1,394 mm (54.9 in)
    2001–02 V6 Coupe: 1,405 mm (55.3 in)
    Curb weight 1,356 kg (2,990 lb)

    In Australia, the 6th generation Accord went on sale in December 1997, and was initially imported from the USA. However, in 1999, the Accord became the first Honda in Australia to be imported from Thailand. In March 2001, the Accord received a facelift, while at the same time, the option of a manual transmission was dropped. New colour choices with the facelift included Naples Gold, Signet Silver, and Nighthawk Black, the first time that black was offered in an Australian market Accord.

    Honda made the decision to continue this generation of Accord an extra year. Previously, the Accord ran four years on a single body-style and facelift before being redesigned. The typical Accord generation cycle was a 2:4 trend, with a newly released model running for years 1 and 2 unaltered, then getting a facelift for years 3 and 4 before a major redesign. This generation would run a total of 5 years in a 3:5 trend, with the facelift occurring in year four. Accord sales remained steady despite the additional year.

    Despite the Accord's reputation for reliability, the V6 models were plagued by transmission failures and prompted class action lawsuits against the company (4-cylinder models were also affected, but not to the same extent). This caused Honda to extend the warranties for the 2000 through 2001 models to seven years or 109,000 miles (175,000 km). 1998, 1999 and 2002 cars were considered for extended coverage on a case-by-case basis. No formal recall occurred. In Canada, recall letters were sent out to owners who fell within a certain VIN range; this warranty was later re-extended for some owners to seven years in length.


    Sixth generation series CG7/8/9 CH5/6/7/8
    Production 1998–2003
    Assembly Swindon, England (HUKM)
    Body and chassis
    Class Compact
    Body style
  • 4-door sedan
  • 5-door hatchback
  • Layout FF layout
  • Honda Ascot Innova
  • Rover 600
  • Powertrain
  • 1.8 L F18A3 I4
  • 2.0 L F20Z I4
  • 2.2 L F22Z2 I4
  • 2.3 L F23Z5 I4
  • 2.2 LH22A7 I4
  • 2.3 L H23A3 I4
  • 2.0 L Rover 20T2N I4 diesel
  • Dimensions
    Wheelbase 2,670 mm (105 in)
    Length 4,595 mm (181 in) sedan
    Width 1,750 mm (69 in) sedan
    Height 1,405 mm (55 in) sedan
    Curb weight 1,235 kg (2,723 lb) sedan

    The EU version had a minor facelift in 2001 including a revised grill, alloy wheels, bumpers and both rear and front lights. In 2001, the trim range was expanded with a Type-V; with leather trim as standard equipment, satellite navigation and a tiptronic automatic transmission as optional. The Sport model, which was as the SE, came with modified styling, spoiler, and a color-coded side skirt (as opposed to black plastic).

    Other engines included a 1.8 L F18B VTEC engine rated at 138 hp (103 kW), a 2 L F20B6 VTEC engine rated at 145 hp (108 kW), as well as a 1.6 which was the entry level engine not offered in the United Kingdom, it produces 85 kW (114 hp). The Type-V model (2001–2003) included the F23Z5 VTEC engine, it was the largest engine that European 6th-gen Accord offered.

    The Type-R, Type-V, and Sport trims can had a badge on the front grill and hood lid, though the pre-facelift models only signified Type-R on the front. The top of the range SE Executive only became identified as such in 2000 with a badge 'SE EXECUTIVE' on the hood lid. Walnut trim interior was also dropped for the SE Executive during the facelift, while a new climate control system was added.

    Accord Type R (CH1, 1998–2002)[edit]

    Seventh generation (2002–2007)[edit]

    Japan and Europe[edit]

    Accord Euro R (CL7, 2002–2007)[edit]

    The Honda Accord Euro R (CL7) was launched in October 2002. A lightened and more sports focused variant of the Japanese car the Accord Euro-R was powered by the K20A 2.0L DOHC i-VTEC engine with 220 horsepower and 21.0 kg-m (206 Nm @ 7000 rpm) of torque through a lightweight 6-speed manual transmission. The Accord Euro-R was available to the Japanese Domestic Market and Europe. Some features that distinguish it are the Recaro seats, the body kit, a MOMO steering wheel and a special metal gearknob found only in Honda's Type-R variants.

    North America[edit]

    Model year Model Type Frontal driver rating Frontal passenger rating Side driver rating Side passenger rating 4x2 rollover
    2003 Accord 4dr
    2004 Accord 4dr w/SAB
    2005 Accord 2dr w/SAB
    2006 Accord 4dr w/SAB
    2007 Accord 2dr w/SAB

    Eighth generation (2007–2012)[edit]

    Accord in Japan and Europe and Spirior in China[edit]

    Production ended at the end of February 2015 for Australia and New Zealand spec models. It is expected there will be enough stock to last until the end of 2015.

    Sales in Europe and Middle East is discontinued in 2015.

    Accord in North America and China and Inspire in Japan[edit]

    Ninth generation (2012–present)[edit]

    Ninth generation
    Production Aug 2012–present
    Model years 2013–present
    Assembly Marysville, Ohio (Marysville Auto Plant)
    Otta, Ogun State, Nigeria (Honda Manufacturing Company Limited)
    Sayama, Japan
    Ayutthaya, Thailand[49]
    Guangzhou, China (Guangqi Honda),
    Malacca, Malaysia[50]
    Designer Riku Wada (2010)
    Body and chassis
    Class Mid-size sedan and coupe
    Body style 4-door sedan
    2-door coupe
    Layout FF layout
    Related Honda Odyssey
    Acura TLX
    Engine 2.0 L R20A3 I4
    2.4 L K24W I4
    3.0 L V6 (China only)
    3.5 L J35Y V6
    Transmission CVT (I4)
    6-speed manual (I4, V6)
    5-speed automatic (I4)
    6-speed automatic (V6)
    Wheelbase Sedan: 2,776 mm (109.3 in)
    Coupe: 2,725 mm (107.3 in)
    Length Sedan: 4,862 mm (191.4 in)
    Coupe: 4,806 mm (189.2 in)
    Width Sedan: 1,849 mm (72.8 in)
    Height Sedan: 1,466 mm (57.7 in)
    Coupe: 1,435 mm (56.5 in)
    Curb weight 3,193 lb (1,448 kg) sedan[51]

    In the Australian market, the 9th generation Accord went on sale in June 2013. It is available with either a 2.4 L 129 kW (173 hp) four-cylinder or 3.5 L 206 kW (276 hp) V6 engine. Unlike the North American market Accord, a CVT transmission is not offered. Instead, the four-cylinder uses a carryover five-speed automatic, while the V6 receives a new six-speed automatic. It continues to be imported from Thailand.

    In the Philippines the ninth generation Accord was launched in 2014 available in two trims the 2.4 S and 3.5 SV. The 2.4 S variant is available only with five-speed automatic while the 3.5 SV is available with six-speed automatic. The 3.5 SV features a 3.5 SOHC V6 engine, dual exhaust, sunroof and different designed wheels. All models receives daytime running lights, reverse camera with dynamic guidelines, active cornering lights, rain sensing wipers, touch screen panel, ECO assist button and LED Head/Tail lamps.

    Accord Plug-in Hybrid[edit]

    Honda Accord Plug-in Hybrid
    Manufacturer Honda
    Production 2013–2015
    Model years 2014–2015
    Body and chassis
    Class Mid-size car
    Body style 4-door sedan
    Related 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid
    Transmission Electronic Continuously Variable Transmission (E-CVT)
    Battery 6.7 kWh lithium-ion battery[58]
    Electric range 13 mi (21 km) (EPA)[59]
    Wheelbase 109.3 (2,776 mm)
    Length 193.3 (4,909 mm)
    Width 72.8 (1,849 mm)
    Height 57.7 (1,465 mm)
    Curb weight 3,799 lb (1,723 kg)



    Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS)[edit]

    IIHS 2013 Accord sedan scores:[74]
    Moderate overlap frontal offset Good[75]
    Small overlap frontal offset Good[75]
    Side impact Good[75]
    Roof strength Good[76]
    IIHS Accord coupe scores[77]
    Moderate overlap frontal offset Good[78]
    Small overlap frontal offset (2013–2014 models) Acceptable[78]
    Small overlap frontal offset (2015–present models) Good[78]
    Side impact Good[78]
    Roof strength Good[76]


    2013 Accord sedan NHTSA[79]
    Frontal Driver:
    Frontal Passenger:
    Side Driver:
    Side Passenger:
    Side Pole Driver:
    2013 Accord coupe NHTSA[80]
    Frontal Driver:
    Frontal Passenger:
    Side Driver:
    Side Passenger:
    Side Pole Driver:


    • Motor Trend's "Import Car of the Year" for 1994.[81]
    • Car and Driver's recipient of the 10 Best in recognition for 28 of the last 32 years.[82][83][84]
    • Voted "Car of the Year Japan" in 1985, 1993 and 2002.[85]
    • 2008 Drive's "Car of the Year".[86]
    • South African Car of the Year 2009[87]
    • The JB car pages awarded the 2008 – 2011 Accord a best-in-class 4 1/2 Star rating.[88]
    • 2013 Canadian Car of the Year
    • 2014 Green Car of the Year.[89]


    Year Championship Result
    1996 Japanese Touring Car Championship 1
    1996 British Touring Car Championship 5
    1996 North American Touring Car Championship 1
    1997 Japanese Touring Car Championship 1
    1997 British Touring Car Championship 3
    1998 British Touring Car Championship 4
    1999 British Touring Car Championship 2
    1999 Super Tourenwagen Cup 3
    2000 British Touring Car Championship 2
    2004 Asian Touring Car Series 1
    2006 World Touring Car Championship 3
    2007 Russian Touring Car Championship 1
    2008 World Touring Car Championship 4
    2008 Italian Superturismo Championship 1
    2008 Swedish Touring Car Championship 2
    2009 European Touring Car Cup 1
    2010 European Touring Car Cup 1
    2011 European Touring Car Cup 1
    2012 European Touring Car Cup 6


    Calendar year Total US sales[90]
    1990 417,179
    1991 399,297
    1992 393,477
    1993 330,030
    1994 367,615
    1995 341,384
    1996 382,298
    1997 384,609
    1998 401,071
    1999 404,192
    2000 404,515
    2001 414,718
    2002 398,980
    2003 397,750
    2004 386,770
    2005 369,293
    2006 354,441
    2007 392,231
    2008 372,789
    2009 290,056
    2010 311,381
    2011 235,625
    2012 331,872
    2013 366,678
    2014 388,374
    2015[91] 355,557


    External links[edit]

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