Find the 2020 Honda Accord Owners Manual below. The 2020 Honda Accord manual is for trim levels – LX, Sport, EX, EX-L, Touring. It is available in 1.5 and 2L engines.
The 2020 Honda Accord ranks amongst the top in the lists of midsize cars. Accord comes with lively handling, an upscale cabin, robust engine options, and a large trunk. It has got no major changes when compared to the 2019 version and promotes a mixed sense of practicality, style, and space.
A 1-5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine does the work of the base engine for the 2020 Honda Accord. It has the power to produce 192 horsepower and 192 lb-ft torque with EPA estimates of 30/38 mpg city/highway when mated with the CVT.
Other than the base engine, 2020 Honda Accord Owners Manual provides a 2-liter turbocharged (standard on Touring) with the capability to return 252 horsepower and 273 lb-ft torque. The standard transmission on the Accord is the Continuously Variable Automatic (CVT) with the availability of a six-speed manual (standard on Sport) and a ten-speed automatic (standard on Touring). Front-wheel drive comes standard on all the models of the 2020 Honda Accord.
The 2020 Honda Accord manual scores well when it comes to interior and quality materials. Reviewers love the modern design and quality soft-touch materials of the Honda Accord. The rear backseat of the model possesses excellent legroom but decreases in headroom; taller passengers will have to duck to move out of the vehicle.
2020 Honda Accord Manual Features & Reviews
All the controls of the Accord are easily navigable except for the controls on the wheel; they are hard to get used to as they are not intuitively laid out. Reviewers advise the buyers to check for the driver’s seating position. Drivers can get their knees rubbed on the hard plastic trim. With an expressive sporty look, Accord has got wide grille, angular taillights, a racy fastback roofline, and a small spoiler.
Five trim levels are offered on the 2020 Honda Accord Owners Manual. Starting from the base LX, it highlights some standard features like LED headlights, lane-keeping assist, a 7-inch touchscreen, dual-zone automatic climate control, and forward-collision warning.
Next is the Sport that upgrades to bigger wheels, Apple Carplay, Android Auto, 8-inch touchscreen, and a lot more. Moving to the EX, it is similar to the LX with the addition of some features, including a sunroof, blind-spot monitoring, and heated front seats.
Fourth is the 2020 Honda Accord Owners Manual EX-L that further adds some advanced features like optional navigation, leather upholstery, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. On the top is Touring, which adds adaptive suspension dampers, ventilated front seats, Wi-Fi hotspot, wireless phone charger, and many more, along with some standard features of EX-L. Narrow trunk opening and subpar reliability readings are some major setbacks of the 2020 Honda Accord.