Have you been thinking about getting an all-new Honda Accord? Well, if you're looking at a new midsize sedan that is safe, stylish and has pep, Honda is giving prospective buyers a good reason to actually get the 2020 Accord.

Just recently, Honda announced that the Accord has received a perfect 5-star safety rating from the ASEAN NCAP. Achieving an overall score of 91.79 out of 100, the tenth-generation Accord performed admirably in the frontal offset impact and side impact tests, as well as in the evaluation of its safety features.

It garnered an impressive 49.07 points for Adult Occupancy Protection (AOP), 23.28 for Child Occupant Protection (COP), and 19.44 for Safety Assist Technologies (SATs). The Accord was able to achieve this thanks to an Advanced Compatability Engineering (ACE) body, plus a full range of active and passive safety features like six airbags, vehicle stability assist, hill-start assist, emergency stop signal, multi-angle rearview camera, automatic brake hold, and Honda Lanewatch.

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In addition to those safety kit, the Accord also comes standard with Honda Sensing. It serves as the Accord's smart driving assist system which helps the driver avoid or mitigate a collision or accident. This gives the Accord the following features: collision mitigation braking, adaptive cruise control with low-speed follow, lane-keep assist, road departure mitigation, forward collision warning, and lane departure warning.

With ASEAN NCAP's five-star safety for Honda's latest midsize sedan, the Accord joins the ranks of other Honda automobiles that have garnered a perfect safety rating. These include the following: CR-V, Civic, BR-V, HR-V, Jazz, and the City.

The PH-spec 2020 Honda Accord is only available in one model trim and is powered by a 1.5-liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine. It puts out 190 PS with 260 Nm of torque and is connected to an Earth Dreams CVT. It has a suggested retail price of Php 2,288,000.