2020 Honda Accord CVT Transmission Specs, Engine, & Performance – The Honda Accord wasn’t shattered, so Honda isn’t mending it for 2020. The mid-size sedan is generally unaffected for the new model year, aside from its small price uptick and a small rejiggering of the trim ranges.
2020 Honda Accord CVT Transmission Specs & Review
The 2020 Accord lineup still includes LX, Sport, EX, EX-L, and Touring trim amounts, with the LX coming standard with a 192-hp turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine and the Sport, EX, and EX-L models supplying either that 1.5-liter engine or even an optionally available 252-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder. Thankfully, the desirable six-speed manual transmission available for the Sports 1.5T and 2.0T models continues to on the get sheet, while a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) is or else standard across the range. Last year’s 1.5-liter Touring model is discontinued, which means this top-trim version arrives only with the upgrade 2.0T. The Accord hybrid carries on to provide the base, EX, and Touring trims.
The price for the Sport model will go up by $400 compared to last year and now starts off at $27,075, whilst the other trim amounts each get a $150 bump to $24,615 for the LX, $28,515 for the EX, $31,015 for the EX-L, and $36,845 for the Touring (actually, the Touring model is $2150 higher priced than prior to, but that’s an apples-to-grapefruits comparison presented the recently standard 2.0T for that trim). The 2020 Accord hybrid is also a bit more expensive than prior to, now starting at $26,215, a $220 rise. The hybrid’s EX and Touring trims increase by $330 and $280.
It probably moves without having to declare, presented the number of 10Best Cars awards we’ve given out to Honda’s mid-size sedan, that we’re big followers of the Accord. This 10th-generation model, which debuted for 2018, is certainly the greatest Accord yet; if you’re interested in choosing up one for your self, the 2020 models start coming at car dealerships on November 1.