The 2016 Honda Accord is available as coupe and midsize sedan. There are four trims for the 4-cylinder sedans including LX, Sport, EX, and EX-L. Honda also provides two V6 versions: EX-L V6 and Touring.
Accord Coupe with 4-cylinder has three variants including LX-S, EX, and EX-L, while the V6-equipped Coupe comes in EX-L V6 and Touring as well. Honda Accord 2016 Review for exterior and interior are as follows.
In terms of exterior, the 2016 Honda Accord has plenty to offer. With new grille, restyled bumpers and new headlights, the new car brings an impression of luxury styling. The grille is enveloped with large chrome strip, and the Touring trim gets multiple LED-lights.
As always Honda Accord 2016 Price starts from $22,105 for the base model, but it goes up as you add more optional features or higher trim level.
The interior shows plenty of improvements over the previous model, particularly in the multimedia department. Apart from that, little has changed but it is not necessarily a bad thing because it means that the build quality remains good and the materials bring high-end impressions.
The main highlight is the addition of 7.7-inch screen to display information. The base gets simple audio control, but all trims above it get a second touchscreen interface.
Plenty of legroom and shoulder room for both front and rear occupants. A smart combination of comfort and space makes the sedans’ backseats one of the best in its class. Another important improvement is the greatly reduced road and tire noises, unlike its predecessor. Sedan’s trunk measures at 15.8 cubic feet, and the coupe has 13.7 cubic feet or room for cargo. All sedans except the base LX model get 60/40-split rear seat configuration, but Honda Sensing package (driver assistance features) is available on all trim levels.
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