2019 Honda Accord Sedan in Duluth, near Atlanta

The Tenth-Generation Honda Accord Carries Over for 2019 in Duluth, GA

As one of our most popular models, the new 2019 Honda Accord offers everything that local Georgia drivers love about the Honda brand: reliability, comfort, family-friendliness, and value. But, thanks to a stunning new redesign from tip to tailpipe last year, the new 2019 model goes a step further, offering some perks that people might not usually associate with the practical Honda brand: turbo power, luxury features, advanced tech, and a sharp new style. Explore specs, features, and options in new models like the 2019 Honda Accord LX, Sport, EX, EX-L, and Touring to see just why this handsome four-door is making waves in Atlanta and Duluth.


A Handsome Interior          

No matter which 2019 Honda Accord model you look at, you're going to be impressed by what's inside. Even the base LX sedan comes stunningly-equipped with standard dual-zone auto climate control and a standard 7-inch LCD screen.

Models like the EX-L and Touring bring in standard Apple CarPlay/Android Auto compatibility, power and heated seats, power moonroof, and leather seating surfaces--along with a laundry list of other comfort and convenience features, smart cabin amenities, and connected technology. It's the newest Accord, and it's quite possibly the best Honda Accord that we've seen here in Duluth.

Four-Door Only, the Honda Accord Still Looks Good

Available in several trim levels, this midsize sedan makes the most out of every inch of space, inside and out. And while some Georgia drivers may still be hurting over the discontinuation of the Accord Coupe for the 2018 MY, it's hard to deny the sultry appeal of the slope-backed new 2019 Honda Accord exterior design.


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Engine Options Tailored to City Driving

It shouldn't be particularly surprising that the 2019 Honda Accord is geared more toward drivers and commuters in and around cities--the new powertrain lineup proves that Honda knows its audience. The new sedan delivers standard power from a 1.5-liter four-cylinder turbo that's good for 192 horsepower and 192 pound-feet of torque, but select 2019 Honda Accord models can bump up to 252 horsepower and 273 pound-feet of torque from a new 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbo. Last year, the Honda Accord's previous V6 engine was discontinued from the lineup, preferring the steadier and more practical power of a smaller turbo.


Tech and Standard Safety

The 2019 Honda Accord comes loaded with a variety of passive, active, and driver-assistive safety features. That includes the basics, like a standard multi-angle rearview camera, but opens up to a rare suite of features through standard Honda Sensing driver-assistance systems and safety technology: Lane Keeping Assist System, Adaptive Cruise Control with Low-Speed Follow, Traffic Sign Recognition System, and Auto High-Beam Headlights. A Blind Spot Information System with Cross Traffic Monitor and a Head-Up Display are available options.

 
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