Honda Accord: The Most Honored Vehicle in Car and Driver ‘10Best’ History
The Honda Accord has been named a Car and Driver 10Best pick for the 35th time! The Accord has made this prestigious list more than any other vehicle to date and this year is the 23rd consecutive year that the Accord has earned this honor.
“This is the car we find ourselves recommending over and over to friends and family members who want a practical, fun-to-drive car,” said Sharon Silke Carty, editor-in-chief of Car and Driver. “It’s refined, dynamic and affordable. What more can you ask for? Congrats to Honda for its impressive winning streak.”
New for 2021, the Accord has received updated front-end styling, new Honda Sensing technology including improved Lane Keeping Assist and Adaptive Cruise Control, available wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and a new Sport SE trim.
Available with Accord’s dramatically styled exterior and spacious class-above interior are a trio of powerful and fuel-efficient powertrains, including a 192-horsepower (SAE net) turbocharged 1.5-liter with CVT, a 252-hp (SAE net) 2.0-liter turbo with 10-speed automatic, and the upgraded 2-motor hybrid powertrain which offers a best-in-class 212 total system horsepower and a 48 mpg combined EPA rating. All Accords boast top-class refinement and driving dynamics.
Accord is America’s best-selling car of the past 44 years*, with cumulative U.S. sales topping 14 million units, and U.S. production of more than 12 million units since going into production as the first U.S.-made car from a Japanese automaker on November 1, 1982, in Marysville, Ohio. Accord is manufactured using domestic and globally-sourced parts.
* Sources: Wards Intelligence cumulative U.S. light vehicle sales among passenger cars, 1970-2020CYTD Sep.