How much does a 2012 Honda Accord cost?

Our site has nearly 800 listings for the 2012 Honda Accord, with an average list price of $11,600. That’s a bit above the average list price for the class. However, the 2012 Honda Accord’s price ranges from $8,500 and $15,000, depending on the car’s trim, mileage, location, condition, and features. Want to trade-in or sell your current car?

What are the safety ratings for the 2012 Honda Accord?

The 2012 Accord received a perfect five-star rating in all three National Highway Traffic Safety Administration crash tests, as well as five stars for overall safety. The 2012 Accord coupe did not undergo IIHS crash testing, but the NHTSA gave it five stars in the rollover evaluation.

What is the cargo space of a 2012 Honda Accord?

Honda Accord Cargo Space The 2012 Accord has less trunk space than most of its rivals. The sedan’s trunk measures 14.7 cubic feet, and the coupe’s trunk has an 11.9-cubic-foot capacity. The trunk’s small opening can make it hard to load larger items, and only some trims are available with 60/40 split-folding rear seats.

What kind of car is the 2013 Honda Accord?

The 2013 Accord is the first model that comes standard with a rearview camera and Bluetooth, and it’s the first Accord available with advanced safety features like forward collision warning and lane departure warning. Although the 2013 model is our recommendation, there’s no denying that earlier models will likely save you money.

Pricing Notes. The 2012 Honda Accord midsize family sedan starts at a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of around $22,000 for the base Accord LX Sedan with the 5-speed manual transmission and tops out at around $33,000 for an EX-L V6 Sedan that includes navigation, leather and more.

Does the 2012 Honda Accord coupe have a manual transmission?

And, the Accord Coupe is one of the few remaining cars to offer a manual transmission regardless of trim or engine choice. If you’re looking for a car you can really push to the limits, you might be happier behind the wheel of a Hyundai Genesis Coupe or VW GTI rather than the 2012 Accord Coupe.

What are the 2012 Accord Coupe’s competitors?

Two of the 2012 Accord Coupe’s prime competitors are the 2012 Hyundai Genesis and the Nissan Altima coupes. The average transaction prices for the Genesis start a little lower than the Accord for the base model and extend higher than the Accord for top trim levels.

Does the 2012 Honda Accord Coupe EX-L have a navigation system?

The optional navigation system on the 2012 Honda Accord Coupe EX-L features voice activation, as well as information from the Zagat Survey guide for restaurants, hotels and attractions. The 8-inch screen is an easy read and the unit itself is straightforward in operation.

Does the 2012 Honda Accord coupe have a USB port?

The only notable change for the 2012 Honda Accord Coupe is the addition of a USB audio interface port to the standard equipment list. It wasn’t all that long ago that a sporty, affordable coupe was as easy to find as leaves in a forest.