Honda Accord vs Kia Stinger

Honda Accord Silver

If you’re looking to cruise through the Greenacres, Wellington, and Palm Beach areas in style, a sedan might be your best bet. The latest sedan models are state of the art. As the most popular class of car, finding the right one for you among the countless options in the competitive market should be exciting.

We want to make things a bit easier for you which is why we’ve taken two of the absolute best sedan models and compiled a handy comparison between them. The Honda Accord and the Kia Stinger are both premium examples of everything a sedan can offer, but only one can be the best. Find out which in our comprehensive Honda Accord vs Kia Stinger comparison.

MPG in the Accord & Stinger

When you opt for a sedan, one of the benefits your probably expect is efficiency. However, the 2018 Honda Accord tends to take things to the next level. While the 2018 Kia Stinger has impressive horsepower, it’s fuel economy takes a serious hit. The base model only offers an EPA-estimated 29 MPG highway and 22 MPG city.

2019 Honda AccordIn contrast, the base level Accord features an EPA-estimated 38 MPG highway and 30 MPG city.1 Even the least fuel-efficient Accord fairs better than the most fuel efficient Stinger with the more powerful Accord still offering an EPA-estimated 32 MPG highway and 22 MPG city. In terms of fuel economy, there’s really no competition.

Honda vs Kia: Interior

No modern sedan would be worth notice if it didn’t have a spacious interior. Rear passengers in the Honda Accord can enjoy an incredible 40.4 inches of legroom and 37.3 inches of headroom. The Kia Stinger’s rear headroom is almost there with 37 inches, but it’s 36.4 inches of rear legroom doesn’t really come close.

Technology Features

When it comes to automotive technology, these two vehicles are virtually neck and neck. Both of their infotainment systems can feature Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ connectivity allowing you to use some of your favorite apps right from your built-in touchscreen.

There are even numerous driver assistance systems available in both sedans. The main difference, however, is that the top of the line Honda Sensing® suite comes standard on all Accord models starting from the very basic trim level. Not only are the driver assistance systems a bit more advanced on the Accord, but they’re more readily available as well.

Honda Accord vs Kia Stinger: Make Your Choice

After our Honda Accord vs. Kia Stinger comparison, it’s easy to see why the 2018 Honda Accord is the car to choose. If you’re looking to see what all the fuss is about in person, head over to Braman Honda of Palm Beach. We’re you’re number one source for all your automotive needs in the Palm Beach, Wellington, and Greenacres areas. Our expert team knows the new Accord inside and out and are more than happy to offer all the knowledge and help you need. Schedule your test drive today!


1 Based on 2018 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, and other factors.