For real? This was posted 2 months ago. All you had to do was read this thread.When can we expect to see 2020 Accords hitting dealer lots,
Yes. Higher starting price and fee for destination and handling. And no more 1.5T Touring trim.any potential changes from the 2019 models ?
And your info is a year late. The 1.5 Touring was NOT available for the 2019 model year.For real? This was posted 2 months ago. All you had to do was read this thread.
Yes. Higher starting price and fee for destination and handling. And no more 1.5T Touring trim.
I'm not a product planner for Honda so I can't say for sure, but the Accord has been on a 5 year cycle since 1998 which means the 2021 will be a refresh of the current generation. Based purely on the past, Honda won't make any major powertrain modifications. I also thought the world was gonna end in 2012 so I've been wrong before.I hope he is wrong. I do like a manual option but Honda did say they are cutting back trim levels by 1/3 starting in 2021. There are also no more manuals scheduled to be manufactured after December at this point.
What does this fellow "who works for Honda" do?I was talking to a friend who works for Honda. He said that December 2019 is the last month the Accord Sport 2.0 manual transmission will be manufactured. It’s supposed to be discontinued for the 2021 model year too.
Astute assessment. My guess is that Friend believes he's prev-yd to confidential information that is most likely inaccurate.Burrito.
Who's next in this game of "random words and phrases"? Kidding -- I assume what you're saying is that you have a friend who works for Honda as an Industrial Engineer, and he has inexplicably shared production schedules for the Accord with you. Amirite?
I used to buy them and agreed with the sentiment. Then automatics got better and faster than one can row their own gears, and I jumped ship. I don't expect manual transmissions on sedans will exist much longer.Man, that is unfortunate if true. We must save the manuals!