The 2016 Honda Accord is just $30 more expensive than the 2015 model, starting at $22,925.
That base price gets you a LX sedan model with a manual transmission and the 2.4-liter four-cylinder with 185 hp and 181 lb-ft of torque. Other standard equipment on the base Accord includes dual-zone climate control, cruise control, LED taillights and a backup camera. Bump up to the Accord Sport, which costs $24,985, and you get a power-adjustable driver’s seat, leather-wrapped steering wheel, aluminum pedals and a bump up to 189 hp.
The Accord EX sells for $26,300, and it begins to pack in technology, including lane watch, keyless entry, push button start, a 7-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and bluetooth. Those looking for more tech can now spring for the $1,000 Honda Sensing package, which comes with collision mitigation, lane departure warning, lane keeping assist along with adaptive cruise control.
Near the top of the range, the Accord EX-L is priced at $29,390 and adds leather, power adjustable front seats and and upgraded sound system.
Finally, topping the lineup is the Accord Touring V6, which will cost you $35,400 and comes fully loaded with LED headlights, parking sensors, Honda Sensing and more. A V6 with 278 hp is standard in the Touring model can can be had on the EX as an option.
The Accord is still offered as a Coupe, which can be had for a starting price of $24,595. At the top of the two-door lineup is the Accord Coupe Touring V6, which will leave dealerships for $34,945.