2020 Volkswagen Passat vs 2020 Honda Accord

2020 Volkswagen Passat vs 2020 Honda Accord

The greatness of the 2020 Volkswagen Passat really shines out all the brighter when you can compare it with a vehicle of the same class. That is not to say a car like the 2020 Honda Accord is a bad vehicle, but there are just so many reasons to choose the Passat we can’t even cover them all on one page.

It takes an eye for detail to identify any of the deeper reasons, but from the outside there just is no car that looks like the Passat. The Passat takes the regular, boring look of the common sedan and adds an air of distinct quality and refined simplicity you will not find on the Honda Accord. Refer to the chart below to see how the Passat delivers on the ultimate sedan experience compared to the 2020 Honda Accord. Includes available features.



2020 Volkswagen Passat 

Versus

2020 Honda Accord 

2.0L I4 Turbo  Base Model Engine  1.5L I4 Turbo 
Available Cornering Lights  Not Available 
8-Speaker Fender® Premium Brand Sound System  Audio System  10-Speaker Unbranded Sound System 
Leather, 6-Way Power Adjusting Driver, and Passenger Seats  Front Seats  Leather, 8-Way Power Driver and 4-Way Power Passenger Seat Adjustment 

Comparison Analysis

If you’re interested in a midsize sedan, odds are that the most important features for you have to do with safety, comfort, and maybe some extra engine power at least. Budget buyers will find the larger turbo in the base model Passat more to their liking, especially since it has a shiftable automatic transmission for the best combination of ease of use and a sporty driving experience.

When it comes to sound systems, the comparison is a little like comparing apples to oranges since Honda doesn’t usually use branded audio systems. But if you know the name Fender®, you know the Passat has clear, powerful speakers that can deliver concert-like sound that you won’t forget. Even with two fewer speakers, the Passat has the perfect sound system setup and plenty of connectivity for an increasingly tech-hungry generation.