Cars.com says the Honda Accord is one of the most affordable midsized sedans. Testing 15 similar midsized vehicles, the Accord was in the top 3. It beats out many comparable models including the Toyota Camry XLE and Volkswagen Passat.
Cars.Com’s required all vehicles to have automatic transmission, cruise control, USB, Bluetooth, backup camera, power driver’s seat, and power windows. The Honda Accord Sport’s total cost to own was calculated a $33,980. That’s nearly $3,000 less than the study’s average of $36,291.
Cars.com used Estimated 5-year fuel cost, vehicle price and total cost to own.Read their study.
Breakdown as followed:$24,870 price plus an estimated $9,000 fuel cost gives you the price.
According to cars.com’s national inventory, 67% of new Honda Accords are the Sport model or higher trim level. Some of the most expensive cars were the Toyota Camry and Volkswagen Passat models.
The Accord was redesigned in 2013, and reclaimed its spot at the top of the midsized market. No matter what trim level you choose, your Accord will come with a rearview camera, Bluetooth, duel climate control, alloy wheels, automatic headlights and chrome door handles.
Recently, the Honda Accord was named the best sedan under $25K, according to Kelley Blue Book.
This affordable sedan is available today at Waikem Honda in Massillon, Ohio. Learn more about today and see for yourself why it’s no only stylish but affordable.