2023 Honda Accord: the video…

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Here is a video of the new 2023 Honda Accord driving around. The car features is the Touring (hybrid) model.

It does look pretty good when moving around in the desert like that. A classic, although pretty conservative design that will probably look fine for years after the production cycle runs out. By that time, the vast majority of new cars sold will be EVs. And for those who still drive their Accord Hybrid, the 50MPG (Or close) will still be a bonus.

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  1. I see why sedans are dying about 80% of sedans now have yhat same greenhouse off the 2011 Hyundai Sonata. Back in the 80s and 90s sedans had different greenhouse. Now every sedan wants the Audi A7 greenhouse even the Chrysler 200 to the Impala.

  2. Odd that they chose a boring single LED light strip when all the other new Hondas (Civic, CR-V, HR-V) have a distinctive dual-light DRL pattern.

  3. We have a 2dr, an SUV and a 10yo Honda Civic sedan. I prefer to drive the sedan for daily stuff. But the reason I haven’t traded it on a new sedan is that they’ve gotten so much lower. I dont want that. I want it to be comfortable. But this is the direction they’re all going in, with the exception of the Toyota Crown. If Toyota can redesign the Camry to be more spacious, taller and easier to get into, but just as effienct and not a monster like the Crown, they can easily knock Honda out IMO.

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