09 Dec What’s the Difference in the 2016 Honda Accord Models?
Choose to drive the 2016 Honda Accord, and you will have multiple choices, including the sedan or the coupe. Even after you select the Accord Sedan, you need to pick among the various models. There are six models of the Accord, providing an option for everyone. The only issue is figuring out which best meets your needs.
2016 Honda Accord LX
Starting off the Accord lineup for 2016 is the base LX trim. This model comes with the 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine for 185 horsepower. It comes standard with stylish and practical 16-inch alloy wheels and technology, such as the multi-angle rearview camera featuring guidelines and Bluetooth HandsFreeLink with audio. You also get integrated LED light bars in the taillights, daytime running lights, and an auto on/off feature for the projector-beam halogen headlights. This model can be configured with a 6-speed manual or the CVT. As with all Honda Accord models, you can also configure this trim with the Honda Sensing Suite if you pick a CVT model.
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2016 Honda Accord Sport
Upgrading to the Accord Sport builds on the LX trim, boosting power to 189 horses. It also gives you the ability to add paddle shifters to models with the CVT. The exterior is enhanced with 19-inch alloy wheels, LED daytime running lights, and LED fog lights. Inside, you get a 60/40 split rear seatback, leather on the steering wheel, and power lumbar support as well as 10-way power-adjustment for the driver.
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2016 Honda Accord EX
Instead of building on the Sport, the EX trim adds to the Accord LX trim. You get 17-inch alloy wheels and LED fog lights and daytime running lights. There is also a one-touch power moonroof featuring a tilt feature and enhanced safety via Honda LaneWatch. For added convenience, the EX trim adds Push Button Start, Smart Entry, and the HomeLink Remote System. It also gives you SiriusXM Radio and the same choice of transmissions.
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2016 Honda Accord Touring
For those who want the most luxurious Honda Accord possible, the Touring model is perfect. It builds on the EX-L V6, giving you Honda Sensing and Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation as standard, along with voice recognition. The heated seats extend to the outboard rear position. Outside, this model adds 19-inch alloy wheels, parking sensors, auto on/off LED headlights, auto high-beam headlights, and rain-sensing variable intermittent wipers.
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2016 Honda Accord EX-L
The EX-L enhances the Honda Accord by adding luxurious interior features. The driver’s seat becomes a version with 10-way power-adjustment, memory for 2 positions, and power lumbar support. The steering wheel gets wrapped in leather to complement the leather-trimmed seats, and the front seating is heated for chilly mornings. This model is only available with the CVT, and you can add navigation in addition to Honda Sensing.
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2016 Honda Accord EX-L V6
The Accord EX-L V6 is nearly identical to the EX-L with the exception of the engine. It runs on a 278-horsepower 3.5-liter V6 engine and has Variable Cylinder Management for improved efficiency. The EX-L V6 always comes with a 6-speed automatic transmission, and you can add Honda Sensing and Navigation.
Now that you know the differences between the various 2016 Honda Accord models, it is time to visit Honda of Aventura in North Miami Beach, Florida, to take your favorite version for a test drive.