Number sold through September: 25,176
Difference from 2012: 13.8%
Yes, this is one of the more annoying facets of the midsize category: When one gets upgraded, they all do.
For 2013, Honda's goal was to make the Accord less of a Point A-to-Point B snooze fest by adding standard an 8-inch LCD display for its information, communication and app-based entertainment system, a single-angle backup camera, dual-zone climate control, a lane-drift detector, a power moon roof and alloy wheels. New options include a three-angle backup cam, enhanced safety sensors, LED running lights and adaptive cruise control.The one element that remained intact, however, was the Accord's combined 32 miles per gallon. Though the Detroit makeovers haven't helped the Accord, it's still one of only two cars among the Top 5 vehicles sold in the U.S. The country that loves it a Ford F-Series, a Chevy Silverado and a Dodge Ram also loves an Accord