If you go back to 1976 and see the first Honda Accord and tell the guy next to you, this will be one of the best selling cars in the U.S. that guy will probably drive off in his muscle car laughing. That muscle car is likely long gone in a scrap yard while Honda Accords (maybe even that one) are still running around the world in the tens of thousands. Now available as a crossover, wagon, hatchback or coupe, the Honda Accord is a daily driver for thousands of Americans. Known for being a comfortable and roomy car, it won't, nor does it need to, come across as a wannabe sports car. It is what it is, a really well built, well engineered, reliable vehicle. It doesn't hurt that Honda Accords hold their value too, but then, given its stellar reputation, why wouldn't it? Today, known for its advanced technology, luxury and comfort. Honda spread these attributes across the Accord Coupe (okay, this one is kind of sporty) as well as the newer Accord Crosstour.
AutoMall.com has 11,913 Honda Accord models listed for sale across the country. Prices start at $1,500 and have an average price of $16,196. It is available in these trim levels: 10th Anniversary Edition, Base, DX, EX, EXL, LX, LXP, LXS, SE, Sport, Touring and VP.