The Japanese based automaker Honda is planning to delay the launch of the new Accord generation in Europe because the model is expected to gain low sales.
After being officially revealed not too long ago over-seas and even launched there a few weeks ago, the new generation of the Honda Accord is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time by the guys at just-auto.com, who are saying that the model won’t be launched on the Old Continent. According to our source, the carmaker won’t bring the new Accord to Europe because it’s estimated that the model won’t sell here because the apparent demand for sedans has decreased and Europeans are more interested in SUVs, crossovers, hatchbacks or superminis.
As a quick reminder, the 2013 Honda Accord sedan can be bought over-seas from 22,470 USD, including a destination charge, while for the 2013 Honda Accord Touring, future customers have to pay 34,220 USD, shipping included. This version gets adaptive cruise control and LED headlights. The new Accord LX-S starts at 24,140 USD and the 2013 Accord Sport is available from 24,180 USD, shipping included. The new Accord sedan is on sale in the U.S. from the 19th of September, while the Coupe will arrive in dealerships on the 15th of October.