All NEW 2022 Honda Accord - Full Review

2022 Honda Accord

On October 9, the 2022 Accord was officially launched. A total of 9 new models were launched, including 5 fuel version and 4 hybrid version. The fuel version and the hybrid version are only different in length. They are 4906mm and 4908mm, respectively, the width is 1862mm, and the height is 1449mm. The wheelbase is 2830mm. Compared with current models, there is no substantial improvement in its internal space.

The new car covers two camps of power products, including a total of 9 versions. Among them, the standard model equipped with a 1.5T engine, while the Hybrid model equipped with a 2.0 liter i-MMD. The power battery system of the Hybrid models can also enjoy a high-standard warranty policy of "ten years or two hundred thousand kilometers", which is reflected by a comprehensive guarantee.

The new model launched by car companies are moving closer to younger and sportier. From the appearance point of view, although the 2022 Accord has not changed much compared with the current model, the area of ​​the grid is slightly enlarged, and the fog lamp has also changed from a long strip to a rounded rectangle. The overall shape is still very avant-garde, giving people A strong sense of impact. Hybrid models have more changes. A circle of blue decoration has been added to the front logo, and the HYBRID logo has been removed from the tail and replaced with hybrid electric vehicle exclusive personality logo.

Regardless of whether it is a fuel version or a hybrid version, the 2022 Accord has not changed much in terms of styling. If you want more personality, you might as well pay attention to the Magic Night Edition sports kit. The black painted front grille, exterior mirrors, rear spoiler, shark fin antenna, etc.

The 2022 Accord is replaced with a 10.25-inch suspension central control screen, and the mechanical knob control mechanism of the current model is cancelled, which is more concise and atmospheric. The young decorative panel also makes this mid-level car, which is already sporty in appearance, more visible. It is worth mentioning that the fuel version models still use the traditional shift lever, but the texture of the leather wrap needs to be improved, not to mention the push-button shift mechanism of the hybrid version.

The biggest change is its car-machine system. The 2022 Accord is equipped with Honda CONNECT 3.0 intelligent guidance interconnection system, which integrates voice assistants, mobile phone remote control, car home interconnection and many other functions. It also supports OTA upgrades, and the use experience is closer to a smart phone.

As for safety, the Accord has always been a reference template for mid-level cars. Its Honda SENSING safety super-sensing intelligent driving assistance system has been well received. It is equipped with many leading intelligent safety such as ACC active cruise control system, LKAS lane keeping assist system, CMBS collision mitigation braking system, RDM lane deviation suppression system, etc.

In order to allow users to enjoy a more comfortable and convenient driving assistance experience, the system introduces Honda's first T J A function, it is Traffic Jam Assistant. The T J A function works with the ACC active cruise control system to achieve full-speed steering assistance, especially in low-speed congestion conditions, the vehicle can sense the vehicle ahead and the lane through the camera and radar, so as to automatically follow the vehicle in front and stay in the middle of the lane Drive, reduce the user's driving load.

In terms of power, the new Accord Hybrid model continues to use the 2.0 Liter i-MMD system with a combined maximum power of 215 horsepower and a maximum torque of 315 Newton meter. The gasoline version also uses its existing power system, 1.5T high-power engine. The maximum power is 194 horsepower and the maximum torque is 260 Newton meter. It is matched with an E-CVT continuously variable transmission. The hybrid system, adhering to the principle of motor drive more hybrid, fuel consumption per 100 kilometers is only 4.2 liters.