2016 Honda Accord Trim Comparison

2016 Honda Accord OmahaGet to know more about the various 2016 Honda Accord trims to have a better idea of which one is right for you. You can enjoy the Accord as a midsize sedan or coupe. If you pair the sedan with a 4-cylinder engine, you can choose from the LX, Sport, EX, or EX-L trims. The V6 engine lets you choose from the EX-L and Touring. The Coupe’s options are similar, with the 4-cylinder engine available with the LX-S, EX, or EX-L trim and the V6 with the EX-L or Touring.

2016 Honda Accord Technology

Starting off the 2016 Accord trim levels is the base LX trim. It gives you Bluetooth for streaming audio and phone connectivity, a 7.7-inch infotainment display, a rearview camera, a USB port, an auxiliary audio jack, Pandora compatibility, a CD player, and four speakers. The Coupe LX-S trim has six speakers. Going with the Accord EX adds even more technology, such as the LaneWatch system to keep you safe, and infotainment features, like an extra 7-inch touchscreen, six speakers, HD radio, satellite radio, and an extra USB port along with HondaLink for smartphone integration. This system includes Siri Eyes Free, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto.

Going with the Accord EX-L upgrades to seven speakers and enhances the rearview camera. The Honda Sensing suite, which is optional on the other trims, comes standard on the Accord Touring. This gives you a range of advanced safety and driver-assistance features. The Touring also gives you a navigation system and parking sensors in both the front and rear.

Accord Interior Comfort and Convenience

Even the base Accord Sedan LX has cruise control, full power accessories, dual-zone automatic climate control, height adjustment for the driver, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, and a folding rear seat. The Sport trim builds on the LX, adding 8-way power adjustment and 2-way power lumbar for the driver, leatherette bolsters on the cloth seating, leather plus paddle shifters on the steering wheel, and a 60/40 split and folding rear seat.

Instead of the features of the Sport trim, the Accord EX has keyless entry plus ignition, remote ignition, and the 8-way power seat for the driver. The EX-L trim adds even more premium features, such as heated front seats, memory for the driver’s seat, leather upholstery, and 4-way power for the front passenger. The Touring trim adds heating to the outboard rear seats as well.

Honda Accord Exterior and Performance

The Accord LX trim keeps things simple with LED taillights, automatic headlights, and 16-inch alloy wheels, although the LX-S has 17-inch wheels. Upgrading to the Sport trim boosts power and adds LED fog lights and daytime running lights, dual exhaust tips, and a rear decklid spoiler. The Accord EX trim package builds on the LX instead of the Sport but gives you the Sport’s LED lighting. It also has a sunroof, heated mirrors, and 17-inch wheels. For even more luxury, the EX-L trim gives you power-folding mirrors. The EX-L V6 also has paddle shifters on the steering wheel and dual exhaust tips. For the utmost in style, choose the top-of-the-line Accord Touring with its 19-inch wheels, LED headlights, automatic wipers, automatic high beam control, and rear decklid spoiler.

For help comparing the various 2016 Honda Accord trims or making sense of their differences, talk to the team at O’Daniel Honda in Omaha, Nebraska.

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