The Honda Accord is a mid-size sedan that is considered one of the most competitive vehicles in its segment. The Honda Accord offers the most comfortable and valuable vehicles to date. The 2016 Honda Accord was redesigned for the 2013 model year, with the 2016 model inheriting each one of its design and performance changes.
The 2016 Honda Accord seats up to five people and is available in a few levels of trims that appeal to different drivers. After the 2011 update, rearview camera is now standard with available navigation for the sedan. The sedan comes in LX, LX-P, EX, EX-L, Sport and Touring levels while the coupe comes in LX-S, EX, and EX-L trims. Each trim comes with different packages of features that focus on driver and passenger experiences. New features for this model year are specific to the EX and EX-L sedan trims. Both EX packages include rear seat ventilation ducts and a trunk lid liner.
Otherwise, feature-level changes are minor compared to previous year models. Standard across all trims include a suite of convenience-focused features commonly found in most vehicles, including front and rear cupholders, remote trunk release, audio and cruise controls on the steering wheel. In-car entertainment includes an auxiliary audio input, AM/FM stereo, six total speakers, and sensitive volume control. Also standard is the new single angle backup camera, Bluetooth connectivity, dual-zone automatic climate control and alloy wheels. Navigation is available as well.
After its redesign in 2013, the 2016 Honda Accord is a smooth, responsive midsize sedan that maintains its reputation for efficiency, ride quality, driveabililty and flexibility. Notably, the Accord strikes an impressive balance of fuel efficiency and performance, which is unheard of for many of the competitors in its class.
The ninth generation Accord offers a 2.4L four-cylinder engine paired with either a six-speed manual or a continuously variable transmission (CVT) or an updated 3.5L V6 engine with either a six-speed manual or an automatic. An upgraded version of the same engine is available in all EX trims to ensure it has leading horsepower, with optional upgrades to a 3.5L V6 engine. The Honda Accord's impressive fuel economy makes this vehicle great for commuting and other daily uses.
An update in 2011 changed the Accord sedan and coupe in the middle of the generation. Now, the car boasts an extremely comfortable, spacious and feature-rich interior and improved exterior styling. The 2016 Honda Accord maintains the model's sterling reputation for enjoyable ownership.