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The Honda Accord has some stiff competition; this is a given considering the sea of rival sedans in the market. Yet, even in a saturated market, the Honda Accord has remained popular since its inception in 1976. It was actually originally a hatchback, but a sedan version was introduced in 1979. Four decades later, we have the 2019 Honda Accord, which has proven itself with its many accolades.

What makes this model year a standout? For one, it won the Kelley Blue Book’s 5-Year Cost to Own award in its segment. In the past, it was also a recipient of the organization’s Best Buy and Best Resale award. This makes the sedan especially appealing for car owners looking for value and are worried about factors like depreciation.

That’s not all. The 2019 Honda Accord also won awards from the auto site AutoWeb. It took home the award for both the Best Sedan and Best Car. This is not too surprising given its innovations like Adaptive Cruise Control with Low-Speed Follow. The sedan also comes with the brand-exclusive Honda Sensing® as standard. This is a suite of safety technology that includes Collision Mitigation Braking, Lane Keeping Assist, and Traffic Sign Recognition.

As a final testament to the Honda Accord and its resiliency, here is a fun food-for-thought. In 2011, Joe LoCicero, an owner of a 1990 Honda Accord, was able to get one million miles out of his car. Even more amazingly, the feat was achieved with the original engine and transmission intact.

Come by Heritage Honda Westminster, MD to see the beloved 2019 Honda Accord. We have a Great Deal Sales Event currently in place with deals on many of our new and pre-owned Honda cars in Westminster, MD.

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