The ever-popular Honda Accord midsize sedan (and coupe) is getting a refresh for 2016 and here are some of the details.
Entry-level LX models are expected to gain standard LED tail-lights. Sport-trim versions will feature a 60/40 split rear seat, 19-inch wheels and LED daytime running lights.
Stepping up from these basic trim levels, the mainline EX version of the Accord ought to gain things like an HD-radio tuner, remote start and LED fog-lights, among many other items. Coupe variants of the EX-L model should benefit memory seats and, as an option, the company’s Display Audio system with navigation.
Finally, the range-topping Touring flavor is expected to be jazzed up with niceties like heated rear seats, parking sensors, automatic high beams and 19-inch wheels. Honda Sensing, the company’s suite of advanced driver-assistance systems, will be available across the lineup in the updated 2016 Accord. This option includes things like adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, lane-departure warning and more.
Nothing’s official about the upcoming 2016 Honda Accord, though rumor has it the car will arrive at dealerships this fall. We’ll keep you posted as we learn more.