This is a relatively new Honda Accord. If a reputable shop can repair it properly it will likely make economic sense to fix it rather than total it. This is a car that holds value like a Camry.
Then you have a cheap car like my Mitsubishi Mirage. I hit a deer with it when it was like a couple months old. I hadn’t even changed the oil in it yet and had just bought the oil and filter to do that job, I was able to drive it to the body shop but the place told me it might be totalled because of the inexpensive cost of the car. They said had the deer been a foot or more in front of the car, it would have been done for. As it was it smashed the driver door and window (I had to get out the other side), destroyed the hood, left fender, headlights, and a bunch of small parts like brackets and hardware. Had the car been a year old it probably would have been toast because it is a cheap car with high depreciation.
Here is the video! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-jzurSbVMU I run with a dash cam as I do service work and sometimes deal with unreasonable customers. If I have to defend myself using force I want to show why it was justified. I also see some of the worst drivers when I am out, especially mid-day, and have had some close calls.