The Honda Accord has consistently been one of the most popular vehicles in the lineup and in its entire class. The 2019 model comes with a sharp and striking design, but what often defines a vehicle is what’s under its hood. You could have the best-looking car in the world, but if its engine is weak, what’s the point? Check out the engine specs of the 2019 Honda Accord.
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What engine does the 2019 Honda Accord have?
Shoppers looking at the 2019 Accord will have their choice of a standard engine or a hybrid engine. We will discuss the details of each. For starters, the LX, Sport, EX, and EX-L all come with standard engine options. The base engine on each of those models is a 192-horsepower, 1.5-liter turbocharged VTEC® inline four-cylinder engine. The Sport and EX-L trims come with available upgrades to a 2.0-liter turbocharged VTEC® inline four-cylinder engine powered by 252 horses, whereas this engine is standard on the Touring model. The Hybrid, EX, EX-L, and Touring trim levels also come available with a two-motor hybrid engine system. This system includes deceleration selectors, an 8 to 10-year warranty, and an E-CVT with Sport Mode.
Get the 2019 Honda Accord in Dayton OH
Why don’t you come take one of our Honda Accord models for a test drive and feel these engine options for yourself? The friendly salespeople at Matt Castrucci Honda will get you all of the information you need. We can go over pricing details, financing options, available features, and anything else you want to know. Whether you are ready to go for a test drive and sign the dotted line or you just want to walk around our lot and showroom, we welcome you with open arms!