Honda Accord is a car that's gotten around since 1976. It's been a three-door hatchback, four-door sedan, a coupe, a station wagon, and even a hybrid. Whichever you're driving, it's a car with a storied history.
The hatch took off around 1984, during its second generation, which was also the first to be built in the US. After a refresh, the lineup would quickly become a best-seller, appearing in a third generation in 1985, until its run came to an end in 1989.
The sedan took off during the line's second generation, too, in 1984. We'd see many trims over the years, from DX, LX, and EX to those with V6 engines, like LX-V6 and EX-V6. There'd be a special-edition SE trim in 1991, a few updates in 1992, a 10th Anniversary Edition in 1993, and more. Today, the sedan is mid-size, and one with full-size ambitions. In fact, it's one of the best-selling cars in the US.
The coupe, however, got wildly popular between 1988 and 1993, during the lineup's third generation. There'd be a facelift in 1991, a special-edition SE in 1992, and more. It would see many trim variants during these and the following years, ranging from DX, LX, and EX to EX-L and LX-S. More aggressive styling, performance upgrades, and more would follow, until the car's discontinuation in 2017.
The five-door station wagon body style debuted during the fourth generation of Honda Accord, in 1991, running in LX and EX trims. It stood out from its siblings with a retractable tonneau cover, of appeal to the serious hauler. After a 1991 facelift and a few 1992 updates, the model would discontinue at the end of its fifth generation, in 1997. There'd be no more Honda wagons until Honda Accord Crosstour came out in 2009.
The hybrid was initially just a few-year run of mid-size cars, from 2005 to 2007, and one with significant updates in 2006. Nevertheless, the model resurged again in 2014, with a plug-in hybrid. By 2018, it'd be a mainstay of the sedan segment. Today, it's one of the most sought-after hybrids for sale out there, fuel-efficient, comfortable, technologically well-equipped, and one fun car to drive.
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