Sold in Australia between 2003 and the middle of 2015, the Accord Euro formed half of Honda's two-pronged approach to the medium sedan market, which also offered a larger US designed, Thai-built Accord alongside this smaller, Japanese-sourced model.
Australia was, in fact, the only Honda market in the world to sell both versions of the car side-by-side, though the car was also sold in Europe, New Zealand and Japan. It was also sold in the US as an Acura. The four-door front-wheel drive sedan was sold over two generations in Australia, with a new car launching down under in 2008 to critical acclaim. Currently, the Accord Euro sells for $14,080 for the Accord Euro (base) to $25,850 for the Accord Euro Luxury Navi.