Guide to 2023 Honda Accord Trunk Dimensions

Even though it first came out all the way back in 1976, the Honda Accord continues to be one of our favorite midsize sedans. The Accord, which is currently in the middle of its 11th generation, never ceases to amaze with its roomy and high-end cabin, smooth ride, and efficient engines. But how much space is in its trunk?

The 2023 Honda Accord offers 16.7 cubic feet of space in the trunk, which is identical to the previous model year’s cargo volume.

In this guide, I’ll cover the trunk dimensions of the Honda Accord and how it compares to similar vehicles, the interior and exterior measurements, and what you can expect from the latest iteration of this midsize sedan.

Honda Accord Trunk Dimensions

One of the first things families should look at to determine whether or not a family sedan really is family-friendly is the trunk. To be more specific, how much the trunk holds will determine whether the sedan can carry enough cargo for a family vacation.

The 2023 Honda Accord does not differ from the previous model year. It has a maximum cargo capacity of 16.7 cubic feet. This isn’t too far off from the average for family sedans, which is as little as 10 cubic feet for subcompacts and 21 cubic feet for large sedans.

Family Sedan Trunk Size Comparison Chart

If you’re shopping for a car based on its cargo size, you should get a feel for what the market has to offer. The following table will describe the cargo capacities of the Honda Accord and its alternatives. Please note that the following figures relate to the base models of each car.

Car Make and Model Trunk Size
Honda Accord 16.7 cu. ft.
Kia K5 16.0 cu. ft.
Kia Forte 15.3 cu. ft.
Kia Stinger 23.3 cu. ft.
Nissan Altima 15.4 cu. ft.
Nissan Sentra 14.3 cu. ft.
Nissan Maxima 14.3 cu. ft.
Toyota Camry 15.1 cu. ft.
Toyota Corolla 13.1 cu. ft.
Subaru Legacy 15.1 cu. ft.
Mazda 6 14.7 cu. ft.
BMW 3 Series 13.0 cu. ft.
Chrysler 300 16.3 cu. ft.
Chevrolet Malibu 15.7 cu. ft.
Ford Fusion 16.0 cu. ft.
Hyundai Elantra 14.2 cu. ft.
Hyundai Sonata 16.0 cu. ft.
Honda Civic 14.8 cu. ft.
Audi A6 30.0 cu. ft.
Audi A4 12.0 cu. ft.
VW Passat 15.9 cu. ft.
VW Jetta GLI 14.1 cu. ft.
Acura TLX 13.5 cu. ft.
Acura ILX 12.4 cu. ft.
Cadillac CT4 10.7 cu. ft.

Source: Edmunds

Interior and Exterior Measurements

Of course, when researching any brand-new car on the internet, you should also try and get a feel for large it is Here, we’ll take a close look at the interior and exterior measurements of the 2023 Honda Accord.

Interior measurements

As of right now, there is very little information available about the interior measurements of the 2023 Honda Accord.

Numerous innovations first seen in Honda’s more compact Civic have been carried over to the Accord. There is a long, flat dashboard with a touchscreen on top, and metal trim on the air-conditioning controls with mesh covering the vents.

The Accord’s mesh pattern is unique, but it and the Civic share a similar design philosophy. The controls are laid out in a simple but effective way, and the overall design is clean and easy to use, even in this slightly larger format.

There’s a new seat design up front that’s supposed to make long drives more comfortable. The back seat is just as spacious, with a whopping 40.80 inches of legroom for the passengers behind the driver and the front passenger.

In that respect, it’s reminiscent of the rear of a full-size car but with noticeably less headroom. The sloping rear profile of the Accord cuts down into the cabin, so taller passengers may need to sit a little lower than usual to avoid banging their heads on the roof while driving.

Exterior measurements

Parameters Measurements
Length 196.1 in.
Width 73.3 in.
Height 57.1 in.
Wheelbase 111.4 in.
Ground clearance 5.5 in.

Again, there isn’t much information available about the 2023 Honda Accord. So, keep your eyes peeled for the latest news regarding its interior and exterior dimensions.

What’s New in the 2023 Honda Accord?


The majority of the 2023 Honda Accord’s extra length can be found in the area in front of the car’s front wheels, despite the car being 2.7 inches longer overall. This new look is a deviation from the previous model in that it is more simplistic, clean, and plain in appearance.

The look can be altered by choosing a different set of wheels, so here they are. The 17-inch alloys on the 2023 Accord LX are silver, while those on the EX and EX-L are gray. The Sport and Sport-L are the ones to get if you want the black 19-inch wheels.


Honda claims that it has paid special attention to the quality of the new Accord’s upholstery, plastics, switchgear, and other interior details. However, the automaker has a history of doing this, so this is hardly surprising.

For the 2023 model year, Honda has added what it calls “body-stabilizing” front seats to the Accord in an effort to cut down on driver and passenger fatigue. If you purchase an Accord LX or EX, the interior fabric can be either gray or black. The Accord EX also includes a sunroof, heated front seats, automatic climate control for both the driver and front passenger, and a dual-zone automatic climate system.

If you go with the Sport trim of the 2023 Accord, you’ll get a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob as well as special black cloth seats. The new Accord Sport-L, introduced for 2023, shares the leather upholstery of the Accord EX-L. A set of heated rear seats and ventilated front seats are standard on the Touring package.


The digital gauge cluster in the new 2023 Accord is a whopping 10.2 inches in size. A 7-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is standard on LX and EX trims. Both of the Accord’s USB-C ports can be used for rapid charging, and the car’s software can be updated wirelessly to stay up to date.

The 2023 Honda Accord Touring is the only model to feature Google’s proprietary Google Built-in system, which grants users access to the Google Play Store, Google Assistant, and Google Maps.