With this new pricing, the 2013 Accord aims to challenge the current best-selling mid-sized sedan, the Toyota Camry. Camry has the slight lead with an 11.1 percent share, but the Honda Accord isn’t too far behind at 8.7 percent.
Honda is well on its way since they sold close to 220,000 Accords through August — which by comparison is a 35-percent increase from this time a year ago — numbers that strongly suggest that Honda vehicles are once again making a strong connection with the average consumer.
Pricing will vary greatly on which vehicle trim buyers decide on; while the 2013 Accord LX has the attractive $22,470 price tag, the highest trim, the 2013 Accord Touring V-6 will start at $34,220. Drivers visiting Bosak Honda in Highland can ask their friendly team members for detailed information on all of the Accord models and trims to see which Accord is going to be best suited for them.
Honda is expected to release a coupe version of the Accord sometime in October and will have a base price of $24,240, only slightly higher than the Accord LX. Drivers will also be able to look forward to the release of the highly anticipated plug-in hybrid trim, which is projected to hit dealerships early next year. Drivers can expect a more conventional hybrid model to hit Honda dealerships next summer.
Prospective buyers are encouraged to visit Bosak Honda online or contact their sales department at 800-959-4660 to learn more about the upcoming Honda, and how to be among the first to get behind the wheel for a test drive. The reliable Honda dealership strives to be the auto dealer Highland-area drivers turn to most for all of their vehicle needs. Stop by their location to experience their exceptional customer service, today.