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Refreshed 2016 Honda Accord starts at $22,925

Motor Trend logo Motor Trend 8/10/2015 Erick Ayapana

The 2016 Honda Accord (read our First Drive Review HERE ) was recently unveiled with revised styling, suspension and steering tweaks, and new available technology. Pricing for the 2016 Accord starts at $22,925 (including $820 destination fee) for the base model LX sedan with the six-speed manual transmission.

The Accord is still offered with two engine choices, the first being a 2.4-liter I-4 that makes 185 hp and 181 lb-ft of torque (189 hp and 182 lb-ft in the Accord Sport sedan). Meanwhile, a 3.5-liter V-6 is available with 278 hp. A continuously variable transmission is a $800 option for the Accord sedan LX, Sport, and EX models and is standard on the EX-L.

The Accord sedan comes standard with dual-zone climate control, cruise control, LED taillights, Bluetooth connectivity, and a rearview camera. Moving up to the Accord Sport sedan costs $24,985 and adds power-adjustable driver’s seat, leather-wrapped steering wheel, aluminum pedals, body kit, and 19-inch wheels.

Starting at $26,300, the Accord EX sedan adds Honda’s LaneWatch system, keyless entry, push button start, moonroof, 7-inch Display Audio touchscreen, HondaLink, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, HD radio, and satellite radio.

New for 2016 is the availability of Honda Sensing, a package of advanced safety features that includes Collision Mitigation Braking System, a lane departure warning system, forward collision warning, lane keeping assist, Road Departure Mitigation, and an adaptive cruise control system. Honda Sensing is a $1,000 option on LX, Sport, and EX sedans.

Moving up to the 2016 Accord EX-L sedan costs $29,390 (CVT only) and adds leather seating, memory position for the driver’s seat, power-adjustable front passenger seat and an upgraded sound system. Honda Sensing and navigation for the EX-L sedan is bundled together for an additional $2,000.

Customers wanting more power will need to spend $31,465 for the 2016 Accord EX-L sedan with the V-6 engine. The range-topping Accord Touring V-6 sedan costs $35,400 and is loaded with LED headlights, parking sensors, and Honda Sensing.

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Meanwhile, the Accord coupe starts at $24,595 for the LX-S trim model with the four-cylinder engine and six-speed manual. The CVT is a $850 option for the Accord LX-S and EX coupe and is standard on the EX-L. The Accord coupe is available with the V-6 powertrain starting with the EX-L model, which starts at $31,745 for the six-speed manual or automatic transmission. The EX-L V-6 coupe with a manual gearbox and navigation costs $33,370; adding an automatic transmission and Honda Sensing costs an additional $375. Finally, the top-of-the-line Accord V-6 coupe Touring costs $34,945.

The Accord sedan is slated to arrive in dealership on August 19, with the coupes arriving a week later.

Source: Honda


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