2016 Honda Accord Rating:Star5 Star Star Star Star The line separating what generally are considered “affordable” sedans and those of the luxury genre seems to get more blurry every year what with the high end versions of the former featuring amenities like keyless entry and push-button starts, … read more
The 2016 Honda Accord is not very much changed from the 2015 model – following the traditional Honda philosophy that incrementally improving an already very good product is the best strategy. With 2014 sales of 388,374 units and over 320,000 so far in 2015, customers obviously love the Accord and Honda, … read more
The refreshed 2016 Honda Accord sedan and coupe received the highest safety rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, Top Safety Pick+, when equipped with the optional Honda Sensing active-safety features. The outgoing 2015 Honda Accord was only rated a Top Safety Pick, because its forward … read more
“I hope to be able to get an Acura one day,” is a statement I’ve heard from more than one person, but it doesn’t stop surprising me.
They say it in the same way one might say it if the brand were Mercedes-Benz or Porsche or even Cadillac. But by subbing in Acura, it makes the whole phrase sound … read more
People may criticize Honda for sticking to convention too much these days. Their products are obviously gunning after the mainstream market, while the days of the revs-to-9,000 S2000, the stylish efficiency of the CRX or even the oddness of the del Sol, wither away.
But then you remember Honda still … read more
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 … read more
Honda’s 29-time Car and Driver 10Best-winning Accord enters 2016 a friskier, better-looking thing—you can read our first drive of the 2016 Accord sedan here—but happily, prices stay pretty close to 2015 levels. At $22,925 for the LX sedan with the manual transmission and $23,725 for the CVT-equipped … read more
Amid all of the talk of the decline of four-door sedans, the 2016 Honda Accord arrives on the scene wondering why all of its rivals are panicked about the segment’s future.
Last month, I drove the 2016 Hyundai Tucson and thought it was the best reason to not get a Hyundai Sonata. One could argue Honda … read more
First Drive Review The refreshed 2016 Honda Accord has big shoes to fill—its own. After all, the Accord has landed on our 10Best Cars list 29 times, and it has remained one of America’s favorite family shuttles in terms of annual sales. Even as the market migrates to crossovers, the Accord remains … read more
Our spy photographers got up-close and personal with the 2016 Honda Civic sedan as the cars tested in the desert, giving us a look at the cars’ Acura-like noses and totally new interiors. As on the concept that debuted at the New York auto show, these 2016 Honda Civic prototypes have an almost Acura-like … read more