The Honda Accord won Best Sedan for the 2019 Edmunds Editors' Choice Awards due to its user-friendly technology features, pleasing road manners, upscale interior, and an intelligent use of space. The Accord isn't just a great family sedan, it’s a great car.

Edmunds' experts test over 200 vehicles per year on our test track. We also test them in the real world using a loop of city streets, freeways and winding canyons. The data we gather and the analysis we perform results in our ratings. They're based on 30-plus scores that cover performance, comfort, interior, technology, utility, and value.

For the 2019 Edmunds Editors' Choice awards, we've distilled these rankings to the most relevant vehicle categories for most shoppers: sedan, luxury sedan, SUV, luxury SUV, truck, electric vehicle, and sports car.

Each winner has undergone rigorous scrutiny by the Edmunds editorial team to ensure it's the best vehicle for shoppers in its respective category.

Outside of providing a vehicle to facilitate the review, Edmunds determined these awards without manufacturer involvement.

2019 Edmunds Editors' Choice Winners:
The Best Sedan: Honda Accord: automobilrevue.net/v/N09KZkNzVjgyX00
The Best Luxury Sedan: Mercedes-Benz A-Class: automobilrevue.net/v/V3ZpTUNPX2U1dG8
The Best SUV: Honda CR-V: automobilrevue.net/v/b2FpVzdVeHA3T1U
The Best Luxury SUV: Lincoln Navigator: automobilrevue.net/v/R18zVEptR242WVU
The Best Truck: Ram 1500: automobilrevue.net/v/b3pDNWZvaXVyTjA
The Best EV: Hyundai Kona Electric: automobilrevue.net/v/NC1jQTlrN0I2ZG8
The Best Sports Car: Mazda MX-5 Miata: automobilrevue.net/v/bVRFYUVoOF9aeFk

2019 Edmunds Editors' Choice Awards:
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Read and research the winners on Edmunds:
Honda Accord review: www.edmunds.com/honda/accord/2019/
Mercedes-Benz A-Class review: www.edmunds.com/mercedes-benz/a-class/2019/
Honda CR-V review: www.edmunds.com/honda/cr-v/2019/
Lincoln Navigator review: www.edmunds.com/lincoln/navigator/2019/
Ram 1500 review: www.edmunds.com/ram/1500/2019/
Hyundai Kona Electric review: www.edmunds.com/hyundai/kona-electric/2019/
Mazda MX-5 Miata review: www.edmunds.com/mazda/mx-5-miata/2019/

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Comments

    • caponsacchi
      caponsacchi

      My wife has a bad back and was tired of feeling each of the bumps in our deteriorating neighborhood roads. So after seeing the cozy TV commercials and reading "Consumer Reports"'s top rating of the car for ride quality, she decided on the Subaru Legacy 2019. It's a fully appointed car with a suit-case full of manuals, instructions, how-to's for operating all of the "automatic" features of the car. Fine. I'll leave it to the next guy to figure out how to set the cruse control and use the pieces of plastic inside the steering wheel (like swizzle sticks except for the lack of a candied cherry on each). The problem: the ride quality! If this feature distinguishes it from the competition (as CR claims), I can only conclude that the other cars rated by the publication come without shock absorbers and springs! And with the hard leather seats (feeling like plastic) the car registers and transmits each bump and irregular surface detail to the driver and passenger to a more irritating degree than her '07 Mazda 6, which she handed down to me.  

      Who's at fault? Her Subaru? CR's car ratings? Our expectations of what a car can do (no better than my dad's big Mercury from the 1960s?).? What car can offer an improved ride, absorbing the bumps that make the prospect of a long trip in a Subaru Legacy seem tiresome and boring (at best), onerous and even painful (at worst)?

      about 2 months ago
    • Udaya Priyankara
      Udaya Priyankara

      Wow amazing. Like that'll..

      about 3 months ago
    • AbelElColorado01
      AbelElColorado01

      And this is just the base model. The Touring is just awesome.

      about 3 months ago
    • Phantom096
      Phantom096

      Best value for money

      about 3 months ago
    • Gamer420Life
      Gamer420Life

      A lotta problem'$ just take a look at car complaint. com

      about 4 months ago
    • straighter100
      straighter100

      song name?

      about 5 months ago
    • Mahogony Parker
      Mahogony Parker

      Have a 2009 accord love it can't go wrong with a Honda
      It's a 10 year old car looks better than some of these new cars

      about 5 months ago
    • alotibi alotibi
      alotibi alotibi

      But everything but comfort is perfect

      about 7 months ago
    • alotibi alotibi
      alotibi alotibi

      This car is not comfortable and the seats r like rock

      about 7 months ago
    • Composure
      Composure

      I think the design is sophisticated and elegant.

      The rear taillights could use a refresh but the front is top notch, love the Acura style headlights and the mean look on it.

      about 7 months ago
    • Pure Life
      Pure Life

      Nice

      about 8 months ago
    • T M
      T M

      Just sold my 2014 accord. They ride like go-carts, and the seats are really uncomfortable. Glad to be rid of it.

      about 8 months ago
    • Hi,x3
      Hi,x3 In reply to T M

      T M what did you get instead of accord?

      about 7 months ago
    • WeeTarDead
      WeeTarDead

      Yeah, too bad Honda made the new ones fucking ugly as Hell.

      2013-2018 are the best looking accords ever, especially with the full body package.

      Honestly, who in the Hell looked at the finished product and said "Okay, that'll have to do, I guess."?

      That rear end is as ugly as the front end of the 2012 Civic. The first time I saw that car was at a traffic light. It looked cool as Hell from the rear, until the car turned and I got a look at the front.

      I almost threw up and I had to call the suicide prevention hotline.

      Seriously though, I'd take a smart car over the new Accords. Honda, you need to fire your design engineers.

      about 8 months ago
    • Destiny B.
      Destiny B. In reply to WeeTarDead

      😂😂😂😂😂

      about 7 months ago
    • CityHunter
      CityHunter In reply to WeeTarDead

      You know 2018 looks identical to 2019 right?

      about 8 months ago
    • Fernando Santiago
      Fernando Santiago

      This car is awesome, for a 4 cylinder with turbo, you can't go wrong..., handle like a car should handle....yes i have one, i had a 2016, now i have a 2019...you won't regret it...

      about 8 months ago
    • steelers  rule
      steelers rule In reply to Fernando Santiago

      Love my 2018 Accord. More roomier than the wife's CRV.

      about 5 months ago
    • DriveCFL
      DriveCFL In reply to Fernando Santiago

      Yeah man, V6 Coupe lease is up soon. May slip into the 2.0T Sport 10 speed. Just hate family and sedan referenced when there are no kids.lol The sport though is like a sports sedan.

      about 8 months ago
    • BrokenFiddles
      BrokenFiddles

      I thought Mazda 6 is better

      about 8 months ago
    • Dave Saturn
      Dave Saturn In reply to BrokenFiddles

      Agree. That is most likely going to be my choice as well. The Mazda6 or Genesis G70.... both are waaaaaaay better looking than the Accord. Not sure what Honda is thinking with the front end of this car. Ugh.

      about 8 months ago
    • Azad R
      Azad R

      What a great car.

      about 8 months ago
    • Stephen Cain
      Stephen Cain

      i have one for a rental right now this car is amazing i wish i could have afforded it instead of the car i got

      about 8 months ago
    • Phantom096
      Phantom096 In reply to Stephen Cain

      Usually I get real cheap car rentals so I can see what you mean. It really is an awesome Accord.

      It is the North America award winning car for 2018. Also value for money it can’t be beat.

      about 3 months ago
    • Nikki De La Cruz
      Nikki De La Cruz

      The way these video formats are reminds me of an in flight safety video with all the different flight attendants popping outta nowhere.

      Haha "tampering with smoke detectors is forbidden by law..."

      QUEUE IN NEXT FLIGHT ATTENDANT 👨‍✈️👩‍✈️👨‍✈️👩‍✈️

      about 8 months ago
    • Rafael Muñoz G..
      Rafael Muñoz G..

      What about displaying mph and kmph in digital and switch from one to the other as owners manual specifies but the program in the car lacks to do?

      about 8 months ago
    • romahnae
      romahnae

      💩

      about 8 months ago
    • jvrdlc
      jvrdlc

      Agree with the Accord being the best

      about 8 months ago
    • reuel butler
      reuel butler

      I like these new video format seem so formal

      about 8 months ago
    • Matt Galo
      Matt Galo

      Pft, Kia Stinger FTW.

      Don't @ me.

      about 8 months ago
    • Stephen Cain
      Stephen Cain In reply to Matt Galo

      yeah lets compare apples to oranges yeah thats a great idea

      about 8 months ago
    • Duck
      Duck In reply to Matt Galo

      no

      about 8 months ago
    • DangerousDan
      DangerousDan

      I liked the video format for this presentation. The Accord is really a great All-rounder, except for the looks which seems to be polarizing. The 2.0T +Manual Sport is an awesome sedan!

      about 8 months ago