The Accord's size places it in the middle of its mid-size segment. The current generation is actually shorter than the last, while boasting smarter interior packaging.
You'll find excellent back-seat space and a roomy trunk across the model line, as well as some of the best cabin refinement in any sedan of the Accord's size. We think the Accord's interior is better than that you'd find in luxury-brand sedans with much higher price tags.
The Accord's cabin also ranks as one of the quietest in the class. All Accord models include both Active Noise Control and Active Sound Control, both helping cancel out road noise. Keep in mind that models with the larger 18-inch and 19-inch wheels—and V-6 models in general—tend to have a bit less composure on bumpy roads than base models.
A low beltline works with thin front and rear pillars to create a sense of airy spaciousness inside the cabin. The driving position is nice and upright, and you won't need to sacrifice some front-seat legroom if you want to fit adults in the back seat.
Trunk space is not only larger (15.8 cubic feet) but the cargo floor is now flat. Buyers will appreciate 60/40-split folding seats, now standard in all Accord sedans with the exception of the base LX.