New Honda 2022 Honda Accord for Sale in North Attleboro, MA
Trims, Powertrain, and Fuel Economy
The front-wheel-drive Accord comes in six trim levels for model year 2022: the LX, Sport, Sport Special Edition, EX-L, Sport 2.0T, and Touring. The first four in that list get a turbocharged 192 hp 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine with a continuously variable transmission (CVT), but the Sport 2.0T and Touring get a power boost from their standard turbocharged 252 hp 2.0-liter four-cylinder with a 10-speed automatic transmission. The LX and EX-L return an EPA-estimated 30 mpg in city driving and 38 mpg on the highway. The Sport and Sport Special Edition are rated for 29 city/35 highway, and the Sport 2.0T and Touring achieve 22 city/32 highway.
Base trims come in a variety of different flavors, but the ’22 Accord’s entry-level LX has a sweeter taste than most with its long list of standard features. That includes amenities like automatic low-beam LED headlights, dual-zone automatic climate control, push-button ignition, an overhead console sunglasses holder, two 12-volt power outlets, and two USB data ports. On the infotainment front, it gets an 8-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Bluetooth hands-free technology, and a four-speaker sound system. You can also stay connected to your LX remotely using the HondaLink app.
Safety features are well represented, too. In addition to its advanced airbag system, the LX has the Honda Sensing suite of active driver aids (forward collision warning, collision mitigation braking, road departure mitigation, adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, lane departure alert, and traffic sign recognition). Automatic high beams are standard as well.
The Sport earns its name with a decklid spoiler, chrome exhaust, gloss-black exterior elements, and sport pedals. It also comes with full LED headlights, LED fog lights, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, a power driver’s seat, two USB charging ports, hands-free text messaging, and a 60/40-split-folding rear seatback.
With the 2.0-liter turbocharged engine, the Sport drops the leather-wrapped shift knob and swaps a USB data port for an additional USB charging port (making that three USB charging ports). It gains Smart Entry with Walk Away Auto Lock, which lets you lock and unlock the doors without using the key fob and locks the doors automatically upon exiting in case you forget, plus heated side mirrors and front seats, a moonroof, SiriusXM satellite radio, HD radio, a wireless phone charger, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, and a rear seat reminder.
Sport Special Edition
The Sport Special Edition is based on the 2.0T Sport, but it doesn’t have the moonroof, satellite and HD radio, wireless phone charger, or blind-spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alert. It also trades a USB charging port for another data port, making that two ports for data and two for charging. The Sport Special Edition does, however, return the leather-wrapped shift knob and adds a power front passenger’s seat, leather seats, and an active shutter grille that opens and closes automatically to control airflow and increase efficiency.
The EX-L goes without the Sport trim’s aforementioned athletic touches (the chrome exhaust, gloss black exterior accents, decklid spoiler, and sport pedals) but gets the moonroof, satellite radio, HD radio, wireless phone charger, blind-spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alert, and the third USB charging port. Not only that, but it receives courtesy lights, side mirror turn-signal indicators, front and rear parking sensors (two up front and four at the rear), an auto-dimming rearview mirror with a HomeLink universal garage door opener, position memory for the driver’s seat, and a 10-speaker sound system with a subwoofer.
The Touring is loaded up even more than the EX-L, getting chrome door handles, rain-sensing wipers, side mirrors with reverse gear tilt-down, two more front parking sensors, door-pull ambient lighting, a head-up display, ventilated front seats, and heated rear outboard seats. Its infotainment system is enhanced with a Wi-Fi hotspot, integrated navigation, and voice recognition. A few HondaLink subscription services are offered, too, and the chrome exhaust is reissued when the 2.0T engine is ordered.
Features for Comfort and Convenience
The base LX comes with dual-zone automatic climate control, push-button start, an overhead console sunglasses holder, a multi-angle rearview camera with dynamic guidelines, two 12-volt power outlets (one in both the front and center consoles), and two front console USB smartphone/audio ports. The Sport gets some sleek gloss-black exterior accents, as well as automatic on/off LED headlights, LED fog lights, a rear spoiler, a lockable glove box, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, sport pedals, a power driver’s seat, two second-row USB charging ports, and a 60/40-split fold-down rear seatback. The Sport Special Edition adds keyless entry, heated side mirrors, leather upholstery, and a power front passenger’s seat.
The EX-L drops the Sport grade’s more athletic attributes, such as the spoiler and special pedals, but it gains side mirrors with LED turn-signal indicators, a sunroof, front and rear parking sensors, an auto-dimming rearview mirror with a HomeLink universal garage door opener, one front console USB smartphone/audio port, a front console USB charging port, a wireless smartphone charger, and driver’s seat memory. The Sport 2.0T has most of the equipment from the Sport Special Edition, except for the leather seats and power front passenger’s seat. It does, however, come with the sunroof and a wireless smartphone charger. The top-trim Touring’s passenger-side mirror receives a tilt-down function when the car is put in reverse. What’s more, the Touring gets rain-sensing wipers, two additional front parking sensors, ambient interior lighting, ventilated front seats, heated rear outboard seats, and a head-up display.
Active Safety Features
Every ’22 Accord gets the Honda Sensing suite of driver-assist technologies. This includes collision mitigation braking, road departure mitigation, adaptive cruise control with low-speed follow, a lane keeping assist system, forward collision warning, lane departure warning, and traffic sign recognition. Automatic high beams are added at the Sport level, and the Sport Special Edition and higher trims have a rear seat reminder. The EX-L and Sport 2.0T come with a blind-spot information system and a rear cross-traffic monitor. The Touring adds low-speed braking control.
Infotainment and Connectivity
The LX has an infotainment system with an 8-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, HondaLink, and a four-speaker sound system. The Sport and Sport Special Edition upgrade things with an eight-speaker sound system and a hands-free text-messaging assistant. The EX-L gets a premium 10-speaker sound system, satellite radio, HD radio, and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The Sport 2.0T gets all of that, but it swaps the 10-speaker sound system with one that has eight speakers. As the most loaded Accord, the Touring comes with integrated navigation and an onboard Wi-Fi hotspot.
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