2019 Honda Accord Sedan Configurations

2019 Honda Accord Sedan Configurations

2019 Honda Accord Sedan Configurations welcome to carusrelease.com in here we review all information about the latest ford cars such as: Review, Specification, Redesign, Interior, Exterior, Price, Rumor, Concept, Release Date and Pictures. We hope all information on this website can help you to best choose cars you needed. Happy wonderful day! After a complete redesign for 2018, which sank its weight, but also led to additional interior space, we expect the agreement to remain virtually identical when the 2019 model rolls out.

The 2018 redesign of the accord led to a wider vehicle and a longer wheelbase, and it took on a whole new look that is slightly similar to the 10th generation Honda Civic. As this new design is still very fresh, we see no reason for Honda to make significant changes to the looks of the accord for 2019.

Inside, the agreement not only took on a new look, but also its dimensions grew quite clearly. His rear leg space grew to a surprising 1.9 inches, making it at 40.4 inches and his trunk grew by 1.9 cubic feet to 16.7 cubes, making it the largest strain in the segment. In addition, the shifting of the batteries of the hybrid model now allows to transport the same amount of food as the gasoline-only model. All this should stay the same for 2019.

Under his hood, the redesign resulted in the elimination of the available V6. The new optional engine is a 250-horsepower turbo-charged four-cylinder. As far as the base engine is concerned, it is now a turbo-charged 1.5-liter four-cylinder with 192 hp.

The optional motor pairs with a new 10-speed gearbox, while the standard motor is combined with an infinitely variable gearbox. The hybrid model connects a 2.0-liter engine to an electric motor for a combined 212 horsepower that drives on the way to the sidewalk through a CVT.

2019 Honda Accord Sedan Configurations

The 2017 agreement is a IIHS Top Safety Pick +-the highest rating of the institute-and we expect the newly designed model to receive the same rating after the test. Unlike other years, you do not have to choose any options to obtain this rating, as the 2018 model receives Honda sensing as the standard feature, which includes an automatic emergency braking. This should all remain unchanged when the 2019 agreement arrives.

There is no official release date for the 2019 agreement, but we expect it to be in autumn 2018. As there will be no significant changes, we also expect that the pricing of the 2019 agreement will remain similar to the MSRP programme of the current model: $24,460 to $36,690 (target fee included).