Honda Accord Windshield Replacement Cost

The Honda Accord’s consistent evolution and outstanding performance make it one of the best cars period. It combines sophistication, efficiency, and endurance. Still, no vehicle is 100% immune to auto glass damage. When rock chips, cracks or severe weather damage happen, the wise thing to do is have your windshield replaced.

Now, I know how annoying unexpected car damages can be, especially if you’re on a monthly budget and you have zero idea how much autoshops charge for such a service. That’s why I spent a good amount of time calling real auto shops requesting quotes. Mind you, I didn’t just call a few shops here and there. Instead, I picked locations all over the United States to get a good idea of how location impacts the average price of the windshield replacement. I’ve made sure that all this data is carefully researched, accurate, and up to date, so you can work out your budgeting without worrying that you’re missing something. 

Below, you’ll find the results of my research, a list of the average prices to replace an Honda Accord windshield depending on the model year, with notes on how that price changes between different locations. I hope my information will give you a good idea of how much you can expect to spend when you go to fix your own car’s windshield!

Replacement Cost – Factors

Part of the reason it’s so difficult to predict how much it will cost to replace your windshield is that there are many factors at play. You need to understand what variables impact the price, or your estimate for how much you’ll spend could be way off. I’ve actually talk a lot more about how these factors might affect the price of windshield replacement here but here’s a quick overview:

  • Location: Depending on where you live, competition and demand can drive up the starting price for the job.
     
  • Autoshop: Individual autoshops get to set their own prices. Chains and family businesses rarely have the same prices for the same job.
     
  • Model Year: The model year of your vehicle is a huge factor in price. Unless you’re talking about luxury cars, older models tend to be more affordable.
     
  • Labor: Labor refers to how much work goes into replacing a windshield. Some windshields may be more difficult to replace, which increases the labor price.
     
  • Special Features: If you want any special features on your windshield, this will make the price go up.
     
  • Windshield Manufacturer: Just like with any other industry, not all manufacturers sell their products for the same price. The specific manufacturer you select will determine the price of the windshield itself.
     
  • Insurance: Depending on your insurance policy, insurance may be able to cover the windshield replacement, which will lower the price.

Honda Accord Windshield Replacement Cost

As I’ve mentioned, the cost of your Honda Accord windshield replacement will be largely influenced by the model year of your Honda, with location being a secondary factor. To make it easy for you, I’ve sorted my list below by model year, with a table of the average window replacement price in a selection of popular US cities included for each year. 

2021 Honda Accord

Unsurprisingly, the 2021 Honda Accord tends to be the most expensive in terms of windshield replacement costs, largely because it’s the newest model.

While researching, I discovered that, on average, if you own a 2021 Honda Accord, it’s going to cost you a little over $600 to have your windshield replaced. The lowest windshield replacement cost for a 2021 Honda Accord was $384 in Washington, DC. On the other hand, the most expensive price for the service was in Greensboro, NC – $1,073.

Here, you can find a few more examples of windshield replacement prices for Honda Accord 2021 in different cities.

LocationAuto ShopAverage Price
Albuquerque, NMAstro Auto Glass$720.00
Greensboro, NCBinswanger Glass$1,073.25
Oceanside, CAAll Star Glass$569.82
San Diego, CAWindshield Hub$394.00
Washington, DCWindshield Hub$384.00

2020 Honda Accord

The 2020 Honda Accord windshield replacement is pretty much the same as the 2021 Honda Accord. The 2020 model might not be the newest, but it’s still very new, explaining the high replacement costs.

With the 2022 Honda Accord, the price situation is absolutely the same as the 2021 Honda Accord. Expect around $600 on average for a windshield replacement. My research also showed me that it’s cheaper to replace your windshield in Washington, DC – it’s going to cost you $384. In Greensboro, NC, however, the price can go above $1,000.

Below are some more examples of windshield replacement prices for Honda Accord 2020 in different cities.

LocationAuto ShopAverage Price
Albuquerque, NMAstro Auto Glass$720.00
Greensboro, NCBinswanger Glass$1,073.25
Oceanside, CAAll Star Glass$569.82
San Diego, CAWindshield Hub$394.00
Washington, DCWindshield Hub$384.00

2019 Honda Accord

The 2019 Honda Accord is still a relatively new model so owners of this car can expect prices from $400 to a little over $1000, depending on the auto shop and location, of course. During my research I discovered that one of the most affordable places you can go to for a windshield replacement is Washington, DC and San Diego, CA. North Carolina, on the other hand, stood out with higher prices going around $1000.

Here are some examples of windshield replacement prices for Honda Accord 2019 in different cities across the country.

LocationAuto ShopAverage Price
Albuquerque, NMAstro Auto Glass$720.00
Greensboro NCBinswanger Glass$1,073.25
Oceanside, CAAll Star Glass$569.82
San Diego, CAWindshield Hub$394.00
Washington, DCWindshield Hub$384.00

2018 Honda Accord

Owners of a 2018 Honda Accord, on average, should prepare a little over $600 for a windshield replacement services. The prices are almost identical to the 2019, 2020, and the 2021 Honda Accord models due to the windshield technology being similar as well. What I found during my research is that auto shops located on the West Coast offer more affordable prices than auto shops situated on the East Coast. 

The table below shows windshield replacement prices for Honda Accord 2018 in various cities.

LocationAuto ShopAverage Price 
Albuquerque, NMAstro Auto Glass$720.00
Greensboro NCBinswanger Glass$1,073.25
Oceanside, CAAll Star Glass$569.82
San Diego, CAWindshield Hub$394.00
Washington, DCWindshield Hub$384.00

2015 Honda Accord

Here’s where I witnessed a natural, in my opinion, drop in costs associated with windshield replacement services. If you own a 2015 Honda Accord, it’s going to cost you around $500 to replace your windshield. 

If you’re from California, you will be able to replace the windshield of your 2015 Honda Accord for around $300, which is a really good price. The model is quite popular as it’s not new but not that old either. The windshield technology is not as sophisticated as what the newer models offer which makes it easy for auto shops to find and install a windshield quickly. 

This table will show you a few examples of windshield replacement prices for Honda Accord 2015 in different cities.

LocationAuto ShopAverage Price 
Albuquerque, NMAstro Auto Glass$690.00
Greensboro NCBinswanger Glass$973.25
Oceanside, CAAll Star Glass$350.65
San Diego, CAWindshield Hub$317.30
Washington, DCWindshield Hub$307.30

2014 Honda Accord

According to my research, owners of the 2014 Honda Accord should set aside around $500 for windshield replacement services. Similarly to the 2015 model, states like California seem to offer the most affordable options with prices around $300. 

I’ve gathered some other examples of windshield replacement prices for Honda Accord 2014 in the table below.

LocationAuto ShopAverage Price
Albuquerque, NMAstro Auto Glass$690.00
Greensboro NCBinswanger Glass$973.25
Oceanside, CAAll Star Glass$350.65
San Diego, CAWindshield Hub$317.30
Washington, DCWindshield Hub$307.30

2009 Honda Accord

It’s been over a decade since the release of the 2009 Honda Accord so, naturally, the costs of windshield replacement are much cheaper. In fact, if you live in California, you will spend just a little over $200, which is a great deal. As I’ve mentioned, part of the price of the windshield replacement is affected by the windshield manufacturer. Generally, aftermarket parts are significantly cheaper than OEM. 

Go through my table below to find various examples of windshield replacement prices for Honda Accord 2009 in five different cities across the country.

LocationAuto ShopAverage Price 
Albuquerque, NMAstro Auto Glass$450.00
Greensboro NCArrow Auto Glass$257.00
Oceanside, CAAll Star Glass$290.60
San Diego, CAWindshield Hub$252.72
Washington, DCWindshield Hub$242.72

2008 Honda Accord

With the 2008 Honda Accord, the windshield replacement situation is pretty much the same as the 2009 Honda Accord. Prepare your wallet for a price ranging from $250 to $400, depending on the location and the autoshop, of course. During my research, I was intrigued to discover that in Southwestern states like New Mexico, prices go a little bit higher.

Check out the following table with my research showing a few examples of windshield replacement prices for Honda Accord 2008 in different cities.

LocationAuto ShopAverage Price
Albuquerque, NMAstro Auto Glass$450.00
Greensboro NCArrow Auto Glass$257.00
Oceanside, CAAll Star Glass$290.60
San Diego, CAWindshield Hub$252.72
Washington, DCWindshield Hub$242.72

2007 Honda Accord

The windshield technology used in the 2007 Honda Accord is similar to the 2008 and 2009 models so naturally, the prices of windshield replacement are almost identical. It’s going to cost you between $250 and $450 to get your windshield replaced and compared to newer models, that’s quite a deal, really. East Coast wins agains West Coast when it comes to affordable windshield replacement prices, according to my research. 

If you’re looking for some concrete example windshield replacement prices for Honda Accord 2007, check out the table below.

LocationAuto ShopAverage Price 
Albuquerque, NMAstro Auto Glass$450.00
Greensboro NCArrow Auto Glass$257.00
Oceanside, CAAll Star Glass$290.60
San Diego, CAWindshield Hub$252.72
Washington, DCWindshield Hub$242.72

2002 Honda Accord

I will wrap this up with the 2002 Honda Accord which although old, is still a relatively popular model and often a go-to model for a teenager’s first (second-hand) car. Here, the location doesn’t seem to matter that much – wherever you are in the States, expect to pay around $250 for a windshield replacement. 

If you own a 2002 Honda Accord, the table below might be useful for you. You will find a few examples of windshield replacement prices in various locations.

LocationAuto ShopAverage Price
Albuquerque, NMAstro Auto Glass$250.00
Oceanside, CAAll Star Glass$262.87
San Diego, CAWindshield Hub$264.11
Washington, DCWindshield Hub$254.11

Conclusion

As you can see, depending on the model year of your Honda Accord and your location, (plus a bunch of other factors), the cost of windshield replacement can definitely vary. The good news is that it’s highly unlikely to spend over $1000 for a windshield replacement regardless of which state you live in. 

I hope that my little research gave you a good idea of what to expect should an accident happen and you have to replace your windshield. Remember, safety should be your number one priority and if an unlucky stone found its way on your windshield and left a hole, now’s probably not the time to be stingy.

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