2016 Honda Accord Sport Front Three Quarters
The refreshed 2016 Honda Accord boasts quite a few enhancements, but prices don’t change too much despite the car’s new tech features. The base price for the Accord LX stays the same, at $22,925 with destination for the sedan, while upper trim levels rise between $150 and $950 for both sedan and coupe models. All 2016 Honda Accord models have revised styling, with a new front grille and headlights, new wheels, and a revised rear fascia with LED taillights. New features include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability on all models EX and above, thanks to a new Display Audio screen with a revised touchscreen interface. There is also a new Honda Sensing active-safety package, which is available as a $1,000 standalone option on all automatic-transmission equipped Accord trims.
2016 Honda Accord Coupe Touring Rear Three Quarter 03
The 2016 Accord sedan’s trim level structure remains the same as last year, with the Sport model rising $300, the EX rising $450, the EX-L rising $150, and the Touring rising $950. The coupe lineup still starts with the LX-S, which keeps the same starting price of $24,595 with destination, while also adding a new Touring trim to mirror the sedan that costs $34,945. The 2016 Honda Accord sedan goes on sale August 19, with the coupe following August 26.