The Honda Accord is currently one of the oldest D-segment sedans on sale right now, as the model will be 7 years old later this year.
The all-new tenth-generation Accord is already available in Thailand and Indonesia but launch in Malaysia is delayed due to issues with government approvals on EEV incentives and pricing.
What is the price of the Honda Accord?
Prices start from RM 148,512 for the Accord 2.0 VTi-L, while the Accord 2.4 VTi-L Advance we sampled retails for RM 168,998.
This makes the Accord 2.4 VTi-L Advance the cheapest D-segment sedan to offer ADAS features, in the form of Honda Sensing, undercutting rivals such as the Mazda 6 (RM 219,851) and Toyota Camry (RM 196,888).
What are the pros and cons of the Honda Accord?
Despite being one of the oldest D-segment sedans on sale today, the Accord still has a lot going for it – no other segment rival can beat the cabin of the Accord, which offers generous rear leg room, rear head room, and rear knee room.
Furthermore, the Accord’s interior packaging is typical Honda – storage spaces are conveniently located and within reach, making it easy to store and retrieve items.