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Honda Accord Sales Figures

Honda Accord

Here you will find monthly and yearly Canadian, European, Chinese and U.S market sales figures for the Honda Accord. The Honda Accord is a mid-size sedan that was first introduced in 1976. It is currently in its eleventh generation and is sold in North America, Europe, Asia, and Oceania. The Accord is a good choice for those looking for a reliable and fuel-efficient mid-size sedan. It is also known for its comfortable ride and spacious interior.

Honda Accord Overview

The Honda Accord is a series of mid-sized automobiles produced by Honda since 1976. Best known for its four-door sedan variant, the Accord has evolved over the decades into various body configurations and is one of Honda’s most successful models. It’s recognized for its reliability, efficiency, and strong resale value.

Launched as a compact hatchback, the Accord was bigger than Honda’s previous models, yet it remained fuel-efficient, a key selling point during the oil crisis of the 1970s. Over time, the Accord transitioned from a compact to a mid-sized car and expanded its body style offerings, including coupes, wagons, and the renowned four-door sedan. Over its lifespan, the Accord has been equipped with various gasoline engines, ranging from fuel-efficient four-cylinders to more powerful V6s. More recent models also offer hybrid powertrains.

Throughout its history, the Accord’s primary competitors have been other midsize sedans, most notably the Toyota Camry. It also faces competition from the Nissan Altima, Ford Fusion, Chevrolet Malibu, and Hyundai Sonata, among others.

The current Accord is powered by a 1.5L turbocharged four-cylinder engine that produces 192 horsepower and 179 lb-ft of torque. It is available with a choice of a continuously variable transmission (CVT) or a six-speed manual transmission. The Accord is available in two body styles: a four-door sedan and a two-door coupe. It is also available in a variety of trim levels, including the base LX, the Sport, the EX-L, and the Touring.

Honda Accord Sales Figures

The Accord has been sold globally, often tailored to local markets and manufacturing capabilities. Notably, the Accord has been quite popular in the US, often competing with the Toyota Camry for the title of the best-selling passenger car. The Accord has received numerous awards over the years, emphasizing its value, reliability, and overall excellence. The Accord, along with the Civic, has been foundational for Honda, especially in markets like the US. It helped solidify Honda’s reputation for building reliable, efficient, and well-engineered vehicles.

Honda Accord U.S Sales Data & Charts

US Monthly Sales

US Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
2005 376,293
2006 354,441
2007 382,231
2008 368,161
2009 290,056
2010 311,381
2011 252,304
2012 353,204
2013 366,678
2014 388,435
2015 355,557
2016 345,135
2017 322,655
2018 291,071
2019 267,567
2020 199,458
2021 202,676
2022 154,612
2023 197,947
2024 12,025

US Annual Growth

Honda Accord Canada Sales Data & Charts

Canadian Accord sales include sales of the Crosstour through 2011. U.S. Accord sales are separated from Crosstour sales since the Crosstour’s beginning.

Canada Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
2011 194
2012 9,930
2013 17,165
2014 16,962
2015 13,112
2016 13,857
2017 13,504
2018 13,827
2019 11,381
2020 7,844
2021 6,403
2022 2,618

Canada Annual Growth

Honda Accord Europe Sales Data & Charts

Europe Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
1997 37,632
1998 29,272
1999 46,291
2000 44,551
2001 27,426
2002 17,086
2003 30,121
2004 48,346
2005 36,118
2006 33,081
2007 28,491
2008 26,840
2009 27,708
2010 16,338
2011 12,307
2012 7,834
2013 4,467
2014 3,499
2015 1,918
2016 49
2017 16
2018 21
2019 4

Europe Annual Growth

Honda Accord China Sales Data & Charts

China Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
1998 345
1999 10,008
2000 32,228
2001 51,131
2002 45,075
2003 81,032
2004 100,794
2005 113,999
2006 123,183
2007 64,443
2008 52,719
2009 175,357
2010 171,679
2011 160,735
2012 104,114
2013 118,920
2014 108,487
2015 128,126
2016 136,245
2017 150,365
2018 176,769
2019 223,706
2020 210,574
2021 201,329
2022 221,178

China Annual Growth

Honda Accord Generations

  • First generation (1976-1981): The first generation Accord was a compact car that was available in both two-door and four-door sedan body styles. It was powered by a 1.6L four-cylinder engine that produced 90 horsepower.
  • Second generation (1982-1985): The second generation Accord was a major redesign that introduced a more modern look and new features, such as a hatchback body style and a fuel-injected engine.
  • Third generation (1986-1990): The third generation Accord was another major redesign that made the car larger and more luxurious. It was also available with a V6 engine for the first time.
  • Fourth generation (1990-1993): The fourth generation Accord was a more evolutionary design that introduced a few new features, such as a sunroof and a passenger-side airbag.
  • Fifth generation (1994-1997): The fifth generation Accord was a major redesign that made the car more aerodynamic and fuel-efficient. It was also available with a manual transmission for the first time in many years.
  • Sixth generation (1998-2002): The sixth generation Accord was another major redesign that made the car more stylish and luxurious. It was also available with a hybrid powertrain for the first time.
  • Seventh generation (2003-2007): The seventh generation Accord was a more evolutionary design that introduced a few new features, such as a Bluetooth hands-free system.
  • Eighth generation (2008-2012): The eighth generation Accord was a major redesign that made the car more aggressive and sporty. It was also available with a turbocharged engine for the first time.
  • Ninth generation (2013-2017): The ninth generation Accord was another major redesign that made the car more luxurious and technologically advanced. It was also available with a hybrid powertrain for the first time since the sixth generation.
  • Tenth generation (2018-2022): The tenth generation Accord was a major redesign that made the car more stylish and aerodynamic. It was also available with a turbocharged engine for the first time since the eighth generation.
  • Eleventh generation (2023-present): The eleventh generation Accord is the latest generation and is currently in production. It is a major redesign that makes the car more luxurious and technologically advanced. It is also available with a hybrid powertrain for the first time since the ninth generation.