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TrueCar has 108 used 2017 Honda Accord models for sale in San Jose, CA, including a 2017 Honda Accord Touring Sedan Automatic and a 2017 Honda Accord Sport Sedan CVT. Prices for a used 2017 Honda Accord in San Jose, CA currently range from $10,495 to $31,413, with vehicle mileage ranging from 4,537 to 195,888. If you wish to buy your used 2017 Honda Accord online, TrueCar has 7 models available to buy from home, allowing you to purchase your Honda Accord remotely and have it delivered directly to your residence in the San Jose, CA area. If you prefer to purchase your 2017 Honda Accord from a dealership near San Jose, CA, our TrueCar Certified Dealers have 101 used 2017 Honda Accord listings available to shop from locally.


Since its initiation, Honda has offered several different car body styles and versions of the Accord, and often vehicles marketed under the Accord nameplate concurrently in different regions differ quite substantially. It debuted in 1976, as a compact hatchback, though this style only lasted through 1989, as the lineup was expanded to include a sedan, coupe, and wagon. By the sixth-generation Accord at the end of the 1990s, it evolved into an intermediate vehicle, with one basic platform but with different bodies and proportions to increase its competitiveness against its rivals in different international markets. For the eighth-generation Accord released for the North American market in 2007, Honda had again chosen to move the model further upscale and increase its size.[1] This pushed the Accord sedan from the upper limit of what the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) defines as a mid-size car to just above the lower limit of a full-size car,[2] with the coupe still rated as a mid-size car. In 2012, the ninth-generation Accord sedan, with smaller exterior dimensions, was once again classified as a mid-size car at 119 cubic feet (3.4 m3), falling just shy of the "Large Car" classification. However, the tenth-generation Accord sedan, with similar exterior dimensions, returned to full-size car status with its combined interior space of 123 cubic feet (3.5 m3); the coupe was discontinued in 2017.


For the new model, Honda chose the name "Accord", reflecting "Honda's desire for accord and harmony between people, society and the automobile."[15] German manufacturer Opel unsuccessfully sued Honda, claiming that the name was too similar to their Rekord.[16]


From 2014, Honda began exporting the Accord from China to the Middle East, Africa, members of Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), and others.[60] However, from 2017 onwards, Accords that are sold in the Middle Eastern markets are now sourced from the Marysville Auto Plant in Ohio.[61]


The tenth-generation Accord was unveiled on 14 July 2017.[65] Production began on 18 September 2017 and sales began on 18 October 2017 in the United States as a 2018 model.[66] The tenth-generation Accord is exclusively offered as a four-door sedan, the coupe variant being discontinued.


We know you're probably biting your nails in anticipation of the 2018 Honda Accord's arrival. With 41 years of manufacturing behind its belt, one cannot expect anything less than a spectacular sedan option. The current 2017 Accord offers various innovations in a highly competitive segment. It's easy to achieve customer satisfaction with a vehicle so agile. How will the new 2018 Accord compare to its predecessor Let's break it down together.


If you loved the Honda Accord Coupe's sporty design, you're going to have to stick to the 2017 Accord or switch your sites to the Honda Civic Coupe. The 2018 Accord has done away with the coupe design. The redesigned Accord sits lower with a broader stance. With an elongated wheelbase and a shortened overall length, the new body appears sleeker than ever. Subtle design cues like the windshield and roofline are now placed further back to accentuate the Accord's longer hood. This new athletic body is everything you should expect from a 2018 model. The new aesthetic is brought together by LED low-beam headlights and tail lights. This new look is a force to be reckoned with.


Sadly Honda has yet to release fuel economy ratings for the 2018 Accord model. But competing manufacturers have seen a spike in fuel economy ratings so we can only assume that Honda has followed suit. The updated 2018 Accord will have a minuscule fuel tank in comparison to the 2017 model. The 2018 Honda holds up to 14.8 gallons in contrast to the 2017 Accord with its 17.2 gallons. These figures do indicate that there will be some increases in fuel economy, however, how much we will see remains a mystery.


The new Accord features a 7" customizable information screen. Higher trim levels will enjoy access to standard features like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, just like in the 2017 edition. Audio systems work through a four-speaker setup or a 450-watt 10-speaker sound system. Never worry about getting lost again with the 2018 Accord's new navigation system. The new cabin is also equipped to connect a mobile hotspot with 4F LTE data connection. Everyone can charge up with the wireless device charger and the latest system software. In comparison to the previous model, the 2018's technology is a little better than before with slight updates.


For the 2017 model year, Honda introduces a new Sport Special Edition trim into the lineup. Although the Sport Special Edition is similar to the regular Sport model, it comes with unique upholstery and heated seats.


Every version of the 2017 Accord sedan can return more than 30 mpg on the highway. When equipped with a CVT, the four-cylinder model can return 27 mpg in the city and a solid 36 mpg on the highway. Expect the manual transmission to slightly reduce its fuel economy. Fortunately, the new model does not require the use of premium fuel.


There are several upscale features available for the 2017 Honda Accord. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay will make a lot of technology lovers happy. Honda also offers a more powerful 7-speaker sound system. Heated rear seats come standard on the upscale Touring model. Some of the other upgrades consist of adaptive cruise control, navigation and a touch-screen display.


The 2017 Accord Hybrid also has plenty of interior and cargo volume. According to Car and Driver, there is 101 cubic feet of passenger volume, which should fit five adults comfortably, in addition to 14 cubic feet of trunk space, which is good enough for all of their stuff. As far as tech goes, this is the first Accord model year that offered Android Auto and Apple Carplay, which is a huge added plus for a used car.


There are seven Accord Sedan trims in all for 2017, and over half of them have a standard moonroof. The EX trim is the first trim that gets it as a standard feature. After that, the EX-L, EX-L V-6, and Touring trims also get it.


With a refreshed front fascia and grille, pair of headlights and rear lights, and alloy wheel designs from the previous model year, the 2017 Honda Accord looks more aerodynamic and sportier than ever. Regarding exterior features, the midsize sedan starts off with a chrome exhaust finisher, projector-beam headlights with auto on/off ability, and rear lights that have integrated LED light bars. On the EX, Honda adds LED fog lights at the front for more penetrating illumination, a one-touch power moonroof with tilt feature on the roof, and heating capability and LED turn-signal indicators on the power side mirrors.


For ensuring safety in the event of a car crash, the 2017 Honda Accord provides front impact airbags facing the driver and front passenger, dual front seat-mounted side impact airbags, and a pair of roof-mounted side curtain airbags that flank both rows for head protection. Other standard safety features on the 2017 Accord include electronic vehicle stability control with traction control, hill start assist control, four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes with electronic brake distribution and brake assist, and a multi-angle rearview camera. Added on the EX trim level is Honda LaneWatch, with the option of adding collision mitigation braking and road departure mitigation.


To test drive the LX or EX trim of the 2017 Honda Accord, call us today to schedule an appointment. At our Highland Park, Illinois dealership, we thrive on excellent customer service (as evidenced by glowing aggregated reviews on Google, DealerRater.com, and Cars.com) for people in the Chicago metro area. And we have an outstanding staff that are knowledgeable in all things Honda. 59ce067264






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