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A Spotter’s Guide to the 2023 Honda Accord’s Trim Levels

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A new Honda Accord is always a big deal, and now that the 2023 model is starting to hit dealerships, we thought we’d take a closer look at its reconfigured lineup. The basic trim level names are familiar from before—LX, EX, Sport, and Touring—but there are now certain trims that only come as hybrids. What follows is a breakdown of the 2023 Accord’s six trims to show what they look like, how much they cost, and what kind of equipment you get.

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The base Accord comes with a turbocharged 1.5-liter inline-four carried over from the previous generation. It produces 192 horsepower and uses a continuously variable automatic transmission. The LX comes standard with 17-inch wheels, cloth seats, a 7.0-inch touchscreen and plenty of driver assistance features.

One step up gets you the EX, which has the same turbo-four engine as the LX but adds a few goodies like a sunroof, heated front seats, dual-zone climate control and blind-spot monitoring. It doesn’t look much different, though, as it has the same 17-inch wheels as the LX.

The Sport trim is where Honda starts shaking things up for 2023. It only comes with a 204-hp hybrid powertrain that’s been reworked for better performance compared to the previous Accord Hybrid. The Sport also looks quite different thanks to 19-inch wheels, a hood spoiler and a few extra color options. Inside, you get a larger 12.3-inch touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay.

The EX-L is essentially an Accord EX with leather seats, but it also only comes as a hybrid. It also gets some additional features, including parking sensors and a memory function for the power driver’s seat.

As with the EX-L, the L in Sport-L stands for leather. It is visually distinguished with black 19-inch wheels, and it has the same spoiler and body kit as the Sport. This model is also hybrid only and adds a power passenger seat.

Touring is Honda-speak for “fully loaded,” so this hybrid-only model offers every feature available in the 2023 Accord. These notably include Google-based apps for the infotainment system, a head-up display, an upgraded audio system, heated and cooled front seats and heated rear seats, and a wireless phone charger.

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