2022 Honda Accord


Ranked #23 in Midsize Sedan

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Starting MSRP 

$25,470 - $37,400

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Key Spec of 2022 Honda Accord
fuel economy


fuel type

Gasoline Direct Injection


349 hp @ 6300 rpm

basic warranty


ProsConsWhat's New

Spacious cabin and cargo space

Noisy interior

Bigger touchscreen

Good fuel economy

Display screen slightly smaller than competitors

Wireless mobile connectivity in higher trims

Enhanced ride quality

Rear visibility is a little less

Great variety of trim options

Slightly more expensive than expected

2022 Honda Accord Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: September 17, 2022

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Fresh off a redesign in 2021, the 2022 Honda Accord does not get any update this year. The only update this year is that the Accord hybrid is no longer offered in the EX trim and is replaced by the Sport trim. The powertrain front will be carried over, with the 2.0L naturally aspirated and the 1.5L turbo-4 engine running on point with no manual transmission on offer. The 2022 Honda Accord price starts at $27,615 for the base LX trim, which means a price hike of $1,630. 

Featuring a 5-trim lineup of the Accord, the 2022 Honda Accord MSRP can be an expense of $27,615-$39,545 this season. Having said that, it simply translates to the fact that the range-leader 2022 Honda Accord Touring will cost you $11,930 more than the base Accord for enhanced specs and assets. 


Invoice Price



$26,389 $27,615
Sport $28,282 $30,075
Sport SE $29,676 $31,565
EX-L $31,895 $33,935
Touring $36,551 $39,545

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2022 Honda Accord for Sale

Honda Accord buyers can reap the benefits of APR as low as 1.9% for up to 48 months. The monthly payments start at $487 for a 60-month duration. Lease deals begin at $309/month for 36 months with $4,240 due at the time of signing and an annual mileage of 10,000 miles. 

For budget-oriented buyers, the used Honda Accord can be availed of with a base price of $1,500. Going for older model years like the 2019 Honda Accord could be a matter of $15,900 and Honda Accord 2019 can cost as much as $40,050 along with a listing of up to 3,367 in total. 

Model Year

Staring Inventory Price

No. Of Listing

2021 Honda Accord



2020 Honda Accord $10,795 2,564
2019 Honda Accord $15,900 3,367
2018 Honda Accord $9,950 3,331
2017 Honda Accord $6,900 2,176
2016 Honda Accord $2,999 1,143
2015 Honda Accord $7,795 1,499
2014 Honda Accord $5,984 1,623
2013 Honda Accord $6,395 1,508
2012 Honda Accord $3,954 1,263
2011 Honda Accord $2,895 720

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The 2022 Honda Accord Sport SE trim not only gets some added features but is also powered by a more powerful engine. Also, since the price does not hike considerably, it offers the most value to its buyers. 

The 2022 Accord is available for sale in a wide array of 5 trim configurations to suit the needs of buyers with different budgets. Despite having a very affordable price tag, the car’s opulence matches some of the top luxury cars in this industry. The all-new Honda Accord faces competition from some of the best mid-size sedans in the market such as the frugal Toyota Camry, the affordable Nissan Altima, and the value-for-money Hyundai Sonata.

Over All Rating


Out of 10

Notable Rankings

#23 in Midsize Sedan

#26 in Sedan

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LX$25,470 onwards

Sport$27,930 onwards

  • Eight-Speaker audio system
  • Leather-Wrapped steering wheel and shift knob
  • Paddle shifters
  • Power-Adjustable driver's seat
  • Rear spoiler
  • Unique seat upholstery

EX-L$31,790 onwards

  • Auto-Dimming rearview mirror
  • Satellite radio
  • Sunroof
  • Universal Garage Door Opener
  • Wireless charging pad

Touring$37,400 onwards

  • Head-Up display
  • Navigation system
  • Paddle shifters
  • Rain-Sensing wipers
  • Ventilated front seats

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2022 Honda Accord Sport

Sport 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 10A)

Dealer Price
Est. $393/mo
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$1,490 Below market
RMV: $30,470
Falls Church, VA
MSRP $28,980
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2021 Honda Accord

2021 Honda Accord Sport

Sport 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 10A)

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Est. $372/mo
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$1,410 Below market
RMV: $28,840
Bennettsville, SC
MSRP $28,425
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2022 Honda Accord Sport

Sport 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 10A)

Dealer Price
Est. $393/mo
Fair deal
$1,490 Below market
RMV: $30,470
Houma, LA
MSRP $28,980
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2022 Honda Accord Sport

Sport Special Edition 4dr Sedan (1.5L 4cyl Turbo CVT)

Dealer Price
Est. $413/mo
Fair deal
$1,490 Below market
RMV: $31,960
Evansville, IN
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2022 Honda Accord

2022 Honda Accord Sport

Sport 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 10A)

Dealer Price
Est. $394/mo
Fair deal
$1,395 Below market
RMV: $30,470
Homestead, FL
MSRP $30,075
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2022 Honda Accord

2022 Honda Accord Sport

Sport 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 10A)

Dealer Price
Est. $394/mo
Fair deal
$1,395 Below market
RMV: $30,470
Homestead, FL
MSRP $30,075
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2022 Honda Accord

2022 Honda Accord Sport

Sport Special Edition 4dr Sedan (1.5L 4cyl Turbo CVT)

Dealer Price
Est. $414/mo
Fair deal
$1,395 Below market
RMV: $31,960
Homestead, FL
MSRP $31,565
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2021 Honda Accord EX-L

EX-L 4dr Sedan (1.5L 4cyl Turbo CVT)

Dealer Price
Est. $426/mo
Fair deal
$1,240 Below market
RMV: $32,680
Raleigh, NC
MSRP $32,440
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2022 Honda Accord Touring

Touring 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 10A)

Dealer Price
Est. $522/mo
Fair deal
$1,490 Below market
RMV: $39,940
Houma, LA
MSRP $38,450
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Colors and Styles

2022 Honda Accord in Radiant Red Metallic color
Radiant Red Metallic

Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide

The new 2022 Honda Accord certainly grabs eyeballs, with acing in each and every segment, despite the tough competition from some of the older rivals. The interior of the Honda Accord is very spacious and has a premium feel to it and comes loaded with features. The trunk space is amongst the best in the business, while the impressive fuel economy figures shall come in handy with the steep rise in gas prices in the country. 

The Honda Accord is one of the popular midsize sedans in the American market for its impressive efficiency and reliability. J.D. Power rates the 2022 Accord with a reliability rating of 83/100 which makes it the leader of the segment. The 5-year cost of ownership value of $30,325 is also on par with the segment standards. All these aspects have helped Honda in garnering huge sales figures with the Honda Accord despite the masses joining the SUV bandwagon. 

Buying Advice

Out of the well-laden trim lineup of the 2022 Honda Accord, we would recommend you to go for the Sport 2.0T model. The valid reason behind this being, apart from the sumptuous feature list Honda has procured for you, you also get treated with the much more potent 252 hp 2.0L turbo-four engine. The Accord Sport was a pretty popular model, as it did come with a 6-speed manual transmission unit earlier on, but come the year 2022, one might have to let do with the CVT. Honda has also offered plenty of customization packages on offer, which makes this trim all the more worthy.



Offered in over 6 trim levels, namely LX, Sport, Sport SE, EX-L, Sport 2.0T, and Touring, Honda delivers the latest features on offer with the 2022 Honda Accord. While the lower trims get the 1.5L turbo-4 engine with CVT transmission, the higher Sport 2.0T and the Touring trims get the 2L 252 hp turbo-4 engine with a 10-speed automatic. Prices range from an affordable $27,135 for the base LX model to a staggering $39,065 for the top Touring trim. As standard, Honda offers Honda Sensing Suite of driver aids like front collision mitigation, lane-keep assist, and adaptive cruise control, right from the base trim.

The Sport trim adds leatherette upholstery, an 8-speaker audio system, larger 19-inch alloy wheels, and a rear spoiler to the base model. The Sport SE trim gets you more creature comforts like remote engine start, heated front seats, heated mirrors, and leather upholstery for an added $1,490. The EX-L model removes the paddle shifters, spoilers, and larger wheels from the Sport models and instead adds a blind-spot monitor, garage door transmitter, wireless device charging pad, front & rear parking sensors, a sunroof, and a premium audio system.




Sport SE


Sport 2.0T

Touring 2.0T








Key Features

Honda Sensing Safety & Driver-Assistive Technologies

Adds/Replaces features of LX;

Adds/Replaces features of Sport;

Adds/Replaces features of Sport SE;

Adds/Replaces features of Sport SE; Adds/Replaces features of EX-L;

LED headlights & rear-view camera

Front foglights & rear spoiler

Keyless entry and remote engine start

Blind-spot monitor w/rear cross-traffic alert

Blind Spot Monitoring system w/Cross Traffic Monitor

Adaptive suspension & rain-sensing wipers

Dual-zone automatic climate control w/rear AC vents

Leather-wrapped steering wheel & shift knob w/paddle shifters

Heated mirrors

Automatic-dimming Rear View Mirror & Garage door transmitter Wireless charging pad

Side mirrors with Reverse Gear Tilt Down

8-inch Infotainment System w/4-speaker 160-Watt Audio System

8-speaker audio system

Heated front seats

10-speaker 450-Watt Premium Audio System & Satellite radio

One-touch power moonroof with Tilit feature

Navigation system & mobile wi-fi hotspot

Cloth upholstery Power driver seat & Leatherette & cloth upholstery Leather interior upholstery Wireless charging pad & sunroof Satellite radio & real-time traffic Ventilated front seats & heated rear seats
17-inch alloy wheels 19-inch machined alloy wheels Blacked out grille and chrome trim Front & rear parking sensors and 17-inch alloy wheels 19-inch painted alloy wheels Low-speed anti-collision braking

The Sport 2.0T builds on the Sport SE trim and further adds a sunroof, satellite radio with real-time traffic updates, a blind-spot monitor, and unique 19-inch wheels. The top-end Touring trim is built upon the EX-L trim and apart from the 2L turbo-4 engine, it adds premium features like adaptive suspension, rain-sensing wipers, head-up display, ventilated front seats & heated rear seats, navigation, and mobile hotspot, which takes the MSRP to $39,065. Honda does not believe in optional features and packages and hence the Honda 2022 Accord do not get any apart from the standard utilitarian features. 

Engine and Performance

Given the Accord's 2021 refresh, it's safe to assume last year's powertrain offerings will carry over for the 2022 model year - Motor Trend

The all-new 2022 Honda Accord will have the same powertrain option powering it through, that we saw in the 2021 Accord model. As standard, the base avatars of the Accord will be powered by a 1.5L Turbo inline-4 engine mated to a CVT automatic transmission making 192 hp and the same 192 lb-ft of torque. On the other hand, the top trims namely Sport 2.0T & Touring get a 2.0L turbocharged inline-4 engine under the hood that will churn out 252 hp and 273 lb-ft of torque. This powertrain will be mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission, now that the 6-speed manual transmission unit has been sidelined.

 All the Accord variants will come with the FWD as standard like most of its competitors. While the ride quality is on the harder side, it does well to maintain a balance between comfort and the sporty appeal of the car. Around the corners, the Honda Accord shows minimal body roll and the light steering makes it easier to maneuver within city limits. That said, a bit more feedback from the steering wheel would have been appreciated. 

The 2022 Accord should be able to complete the 0-60 MPH sprint in 7.3 seconds with the base 1.5L turbocharged engine, which is amongst the best in its class. Opt for the 2.0L turbo-four engine, and those figures drop down to 5.7 seconds. The Accord also crosses the quarter-mile mark in 15.1 seconds, which also comfortably beats its outright competitors. The top speed is limited to 116 MPH and the brakes offer decent bite and feedback, stopping the sedan in a braking distance of 116 feet in the 60-0 MPH panic braking test. 


2022 Honda Accord

2022 Toyota Camry

2022 Hyundai Sonata

2022 Nissan Altima







1.5L, Turbocharged Inline-4

2.5L, Naturally Aspirated Inline-4

2.5L, Naturally Aspirated Inline-4

2.5L, Naturally Aspirated Inline-4








8-speed automatic

6-speed automatic



192 hp @ 5,500 RPM

203 hp @ 6,600 RPM

191 hp @ 6,100 RPM

188 hp @ 6,000 RPM


192 lb-ft @ 1,600 RPM

184 lb-ft @ 5,000 RPM

181 lb-ft @ 4,000 RPM

180 lb-ft @ 3,600 RPM

0-60 MPH

7.3 secs 7.6 secs 7.3 secs 7.7 secs

Quarter Mile

15.5 secs 15.7 secs 15.6 secs 16.0 secs

Top Speed

116 MPH 135 MPH 130 MPH 130 MPH

60-0 MPH

116 ft 122 ft 121 ft 120 ft

Other than that, we also get a seamless driving experience with this car, all thanks to its super responsive gearbox and the steering wheel. In terms of performance, the Hyundai Sonata offers similar performance as the Accord and also costs less. The Camry has the highest power output while the Altima has the least engine output, and yet both offer similar performance. The Accord is the most expensive one of the lot while the Sonata and Altima offer great value for the price. 

Fuel Economy

Those more focused on fuel efficiency should hope the Accord Hybrid sticks around for 2022—it probably will - Motor Trend

The 2022 Honda Accord is one of the most efficient sedans in the market today and it has been a major reason behind its success. The Accord is rated to return 30 MPG in the city, 38 MPG out on the highway, and 33 MPG combined, while the 14.8-gallon fuel tank offers an impressive 488 miles of combined range. 

 Opt for the 2.0L turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, and the MPG ratings drop to 22/32/26 MPG in city/highway/combined conditions which also reduces the combined driving range to 385 miles with the same 14.8-gallon gas tank capacity. The 2022 Accord hybrid on the other hand gets an EPA rating of 48 MPG and offers a range of over 600 miles. 


2022 Honda Accord

2022 Toyota Camry

2022 Hyundai Sonata

2022 Nissan Altima

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MPG (Highway)





MPG (Combined)





Fuel Tank Capacity





Range (City/Highway/Combined) (miles)





All cars in the competition offer more or less similar fuel economy figures which is about 1 MPG less than the Accord. But when it comes to range, the Nissan Altima takes the podium thanks to its larger 16.2-gallon fuel tank capacity. The Camry too offers a larger gas tank which takes its combined driving range over the 500 mile mark. The Hyundai Sonata on the other hand has the shortest range to offer.


We have no reason to believe the Accord's passenger or cargo space would change for the 2022 model year - Motor Trend

The interior of the 2022 Honda Accord has the potential to make you fall for it at the very first glance, despite its low starting MSRP. The interior hasn't left any room for complaints, so it will continue with the same charm as its predecessor. Honda as a brand has never compromised on its quality, and its interior reflects its commitment to perfection. The seats along with the shift knobs and steering wheel are wrapped in premium perforated leather for comfort and luxury. The seats are very supportive, and headroom and legroom are abundantly available for both the driver and passengers.

That said, Honda offers only Black interior color with most trims while the higher trims get an option for Beige upholstery. The cargo space of the 2022 Accord had always been better than most of the competitors, as a result of which, the 2022 model won’t get any changes in the cargo capacity front. The trunk shape and its width will remain the same for this model year, and the 16.7 cu-ft of trunk space is the best in the segment. The only down point of this car is that unwanted cabin noise is quite high as the cabin is not well isolated from the outside world.


2022 Honda Accord

2022 Toyota Camry

2022 Hyundai Sonata

2022 Nissan Altima

Seating Capacity





Front Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in.)





Rear Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in.)





Trunk Capacity (cu-ft)





Other than that in this price range, it has the best luxury and comfortable cabin in the segment. Though the Hyundai Sonata is slightly more spacious than the Accord 2022, it is the final comfort and fitting that matters, and that is where the Honda Accord shines. It even leaves behind its Japanese counterparts such as Toyota and Nissan. Honda's 8-inch infotainment system is one of the slickest and intuitive system on offer in the market today. 

The infotainment system will now come with Apple Carplay, Android Auto, and a big touch screen display this year. Other than that, a new software update will has boosted the responsiveness and gives you a more seamless experience for even low-tech folks. While the base model gets a 4-speaker audio system which is upgraded an 8-speaker unit from Sport trim onwards. The EX-L and Touring trims feature a premium 10-speaker 450-Watt sound system. 

  • Heated/Ventilated front seats & heated rear seat
  • Power front seat w/driver seat memory
  • Perforated leather upholstery and dual-zone climate control
  • Head-up display & Head-up display
  • 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system w/10-speaker 450W audio system
  • Honda Satellite Navigation & Real-time traffic
  • HD Radio & Satellite radio 
  • HondaLink and Mobile Wi-Fi hotspot

The exterior of the 2022 Honda Accord looks very sophisticated and has a ton of similarities with the German luxury sedans. The 2022 model year has followed the same traits as its predecessor in terms of design, and no major changes were noticed from spy shots. As the 2021 Accord iteration did get a mild styling refresh, in the form of a new front grille, new alloy wheels, and new exterior color schemes, the Accord 2022 will carry forward those same changes without bringing about anything extra.

The design layout of its exterior is kept pretty modern and edgy, and it perfectly suits a family car hence there is no change to the dimensions of the car. Honda has poured all their engineering skills into designing the exterior which looks very expensive at the very first glance, although it is very affordable. The 17-inch alloy wheels are standard for all trims apart from the Sport models which feature larger 19-inch alloys. There are 6 different paint color options available for buyers to choose from. 


2022 Honda Accord

2022 Toyota Camry

2022 Hyundai Sonata

2022 Nissan Altima

Curb Weight (lbs)





Length (in.)





Width (in.)





Height (in.)





Ground Clearance (in.) 





Wheelbase (in.)





All cars in the competition have almost similar dimensions, while Accord is significantly wider and longer. Honda also offers higher ground clearance than others in this comparison while the Altima rides the lowest. On the streets, it's the Sonata and Camry that looks the most striking. Some of the key exterior features of this car are mentioned below-

  • LED Brakelights
  • Chrome exterior trim
  • Speed-sensitive rain-sensing Wipers
  • Auto On/Off Projector beams w/front fog lights
  • Power sunroof
  • 19-inch Alloy wheels
  • Dual chrome exhaust tips

Honda as a brand has kept on evolving its safety quotient from time to time and has taken the latest safety measures that will keep you safe inside its cabin. The 2022 Accord is further based on the same platform as Civic which has proved itself on being very tough and rigid over the years. The 2022 Honda Accord has the same safety measures that we saw in the 2021 model, and no additions have been made for this year.

It has been laid out with all the basic safety features that include airbags, stability control, rearview camera, traction control, and much more. Moreover, coming to the crash tests too, the 2021 iteration did get the IIHS Top Safety Pick+ and the NHTSA 5-star rating. We can also expect the same from the 2022 Accord as well. Mentioned below are some of the standout safety features of the Accord that makes its cabin one of the safest place to be in-

  • Lane departure warning
  • Forward collision warning
  • Blindspot monitor
  • Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS)
  • Lane-keeping assist
  • Low tire pressure monitoring system
  • Emergency braking assist

2022 Honda Accord vs 2022 Toyota Camry

Both of these cars share a deeply laden rivalry every year. Talking about Camry, it comes out to be slightly better in features when it comes to comfort & safety. But the Accord has much better dimensions. Both cars offer a great driving experience, engines, etc.

But the plus point of the Camry is that it comes with a V6 engine option, which is not available in the Accord. In this comparison, we think Toyota is a clear winner by a slight margin.

2022 Honda Accord vs 2022 Hyundai Sonata

The Hyundai Sonata offers similar acceleration performance and yet costs considerably less. It's almost as frugal as the Accord and both also have a similarly sized trunk. Hyundai offers the best-in-class front row legroom but it compromises the rear seat space. 

The Sonata looks more striking but the Accord has its own fan following in the midsize family segment. Hyundai offers a comprehensive 10-year warranty program but Hondas are a lot more reliable and get you better resale value. 

2022 Honda Accord vs 2022 Nissan Altima

The Nissan Altima doesn't seem to beat the likes of the Honda Accord, but it does have some good things about it which set it apart. Altima comes with an All wheel drive option and a more affordable price point. 

But Accord has better power, a more comfortable and spacious cabin as well as trunk space, and obviously great driving dynamics which is way better than the Altima. So, in this comparison between these two cars, the Accord seems to be a clear winner for us.

Final Verdict

The 2022 Honda Accord fulfills all the basic requirements that we usually expect from a family sedan like good comfort, spacious trunk and cabin, good driving dynamics, and fuel economy. When we compare the Accord side-by-side with its competitors, it lacks in certain segments such as cabin noise and tech features. At this price range, however, the Camry feels slightly better than Accord, but the driving dynamics, responsive feedback of the latter are still unmatched. So we'll still stick with the 2022 Honda Accord, despite it not getting any major updates. 



vehicle bio
base price


body style

4dr Sedan

engine type
horse power

192 hp @ 5500 rpm


192 lb.-ft. @ 1600 rpm


Continuously Variable Transmission


196.1 in


111.4 in

curb weight

3230 lbs


57.1 in

passenger volume

105.6 cu ft

passenger capacity

5 Seats

fuel economy

29/32/35 mpg

highway range

518.00 mi

Honda Accord 5 year Cost To Own

Cash Price(MSRP)
5 Year Cost To Own
Total 5 year Cost To Own -  $38,999
Year 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5total
Financing Interest$1,686$1,417$1,033$694$191$5,021
Taxes and Fees$2,316$197$186$136$196$3,031
Total Cost-To-Own$10,564$6,909$6,597$7,435$7,494$38,999
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