The first generation of the Honda Accord was released back in the 1976 and it seems that Honda followed the same recipe to win the public’s hearts: affordable and wonderful.
The 2020 mid-size sedan was completely redesigned to have an aggressive styling, and the biggest role was played by the full LED headlights that were angled towards the center grille.
Integrated in the front bumper were also the fog-lamps along with functional side air curtains.
It seems that Honda paid great attention to details by placing several chrome inserts along the body of the Accord, inserts that perfectly matched with the nice alloys.
The back of the Accord was a clean one, with no trunk lid spoiler.
Inside the 2020 model we could find a cozy, classy cabin, mostly due to the nice combination of materials, such as soft leather with wood textures.
The powered front seats were both heated and cooled and had 2 memory settings. An 8-inch touchscreen display was available, and it was designed to help the driver see better due to its inclination.
The Accord offered wireless charging, USB ports in the front, Apple CarPlay and Android auto and a head-up display.
Safety wasn’t left out and the Accord was equipped with the latest safety technology available such as blind spot monitoring, lane keep assist and others.
The rear passengers would be happy to sit on the comfortable seats, as well as rest their arms on the soft armrest equipped with cupholders.
The only downside for them would’ve been the lack of climate control, USB port and probably the 12V socket.