The 2016 Honda Accord is in the mid-size sedan and coupe. The Honda Accord come with four-cylinder engine comes in LX-S, EX, EX-L and EX-L Navi, while the V6 comes only in EX-L and EX-L Navi versions.
2016 Honda Accord Features
The base Honda Accord LX four-cylinder comes with 16-inch wheels alloy, dual-zone automatic temperature control, full power accessories, cruise control, an 8-inch infotainment screen, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, reversing camera, tilt-and- telescoping steering wheel, adjustable driver’s seat, folding rear seat bench in one piece and a four-speaker audio system with CD player, an audio auxiliary jack, iPod audio interface / USB and control of Pandora Internet Radio.
Opting for the Sport trim brings a bit more power, 18-inches wheels, a rear spoiler, a driver’s seat with power eight-way and a leather steering wheel with shift paddles for the CVT. The 2016 Honda Accord EX also built by the LX, but also provides the Sport adds 17-inch wheels, heated mirrors, a sunroof, key-less start and entry, the driver’s seat, Leather steering wheel, Honda Lane Watch blind spot display and a sound system with six speakers.
The Honda Accord EX-L trim adds leather upholstery, driver’s seat memory functions, a power passenger seat with four-way control, heated front seats, front collision and track warning systems, a reversing camera demanding, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror and a premium seven-speaker system sound with a 6-inch touchscreen, satellite radio and smartphone app integration. The EX-L Navi adds, so you can probably guess, the navigation system along voice recognition.
The content on Honda Accord EX V6 is similar to the EX four-cylinder models. Touring V6 sedan exclusive top model, the combination of LED headlights and adaptive cruise control with the equipment of the EX-L Navi. For the Accord Coupe, trim LX-S base is similar to the 2016 Honda Accord LX sedan but comes with 17-inch wheels instead of 16 years, while the audio system with six speakers instead of four. EX coupe linings are also similar to the sedan in terms of equipment, although the V6 EX-L is equipped with 18-inch wheels.
2016 Honda Accord Interior Features
With few exceptions, the materials in the 2016 Honda Accord has a high quality look and feel. The overall design is elegant, and construction of the sealed cabin gives a much stronger impression you would expect from a family car everyday. At the top of the instrument panel is the 8-inch display, the different levels of information and provides the equipment version, interfaces, audio and navigation. Including most agreements have simple yet effective audio controls, but the EX-L and a touchscreen interface, which moves the control button under the climate controls. The touch screen is smooth-looking, but you lose the traditional touch buttons, and menu structure can be confusing and unnecessarily complicated at a time.
Both front and rear passengers will find plenty of leg and shoulder room. The back seat of the sedan is one of the best in its class, thanks to its combination of space and comfort. Road and tire noise – which could be quite annoying in previous generations of the Agreement – now reduced significantly, thanks in part to two systems active noise cancellation. We are also offered enthusiastic about the clear view to the outside through the rather low beltline, roof pillars and plenty of relatively thin glass, all properties that are in modern cars more and more rare. A disadvantage, however, we found the front seats of the Agreement less comfortable over long distances than others in this segment.
15.8 cubic feet, the trunk of the Accord sedan average, with which the measure to 13.4 cubic meters of sawn. The rear seat can to increase the cargo capacity, but unlike most of its competitors will not be shared 60/40 leading to more goods and people versatility.
2016 Honda Accord Engine
All FWD 2016 agreements, and most are equipped with a four-cylinder engine with 2.4 liter inline. This engine is rated 185 horsepower and 181 lb-ft of torque. Less restrictive dual exhaust Sport production level stimulates the production of 189 hp and 182 lb-ft of torque.
The standard transmission for all four-cylinder Agreement, trim except EX-L, is a six-speed manual. Optionally, and for this on the standard four-cylinder EX-L trim a CVT, which is carried in the place of a conventional automatic transmission. With the CVT, all contracts, but the Sport trim an EPA estimate of 31 mpg combined receive (27 city / 36 highway). The Sport CVT equipped rates 29 mpg combined (26 city / highway 35). With the manual transmission, the Accord four-cylinder is 27 mpg combined (24 city / 34 highway).
Available 3.5-liter V6 of the Agreement is rated 278 hp and 252 lb-ft of torque. Supported by conventional 6-speed automatic is the V6 fuel consumption figures sedan still quite impressive 26 mpg combined (21 city / 34 highway). On the coupe, this combo 25 mpg combined resulting (21/32). The 2016 Honda Accord Coupe V6 is also available with a manual six-speed transmission, fuel economy ratings of 22 mpg combined fall (18/28).
Even with the base four-cylinder engine and CVT – the most popular choice for powertrain Honda Accord buyers – the performance is relatively strong. In testing, 4-cylinder Accord EX sedan with the CVT sprinted from zero to 60 mph in 7.8 seconds, a fast time for class. The V6 is also one of the fastest upgrade engines in the segment: we tested accelerated An EX-L V6 sedan in 6.1 seconds to 60 mph.
2016 Honda Accord Safety
Every 2016 Honda Accord is equipped with disc brakes with ABS, active front head restraints, stability and traction control, front airbags and side seats side curtain airbags. A reversing camera is also standard across the line. Systems locally death Lane Departure and forward collision alert on higher trim levels.
Noteworthy is the anti-death Lane Watch angle system that immediately switches the display of the 8-inch screen to a low and wide view on the passenger side of the vehicle when the turn signal is indented to the right. A camera in the right mirror offers the prospect creates trust, and acclimatization to checking the display in the center dashboard is fast and natural. In testing, limousine agreements with the 4-cylinder V6 engine and brakes 60mph to a stop in 128 feet, a bit longer than the average distance for a mid-size sedan.
In government crash tests, the Accord sedan received five out of five stars for overall protection, with 4 stars for overall frontal crash protection and five stars for side impact safety. The Honda Accord Coupe earned five stars across board. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave two body styles of the highest possible rating of “good” in its frontal-offset tests, roof strength-moderate overlap and side impact. In a small overlap frontal offset impact test of the Institute was awarded the sedan a “good” rating, while the Coupe was a second-best “acceptable”. The design of the seat and head restraint agreement was “good” for whiplash protection in a rear collision with 2016 Honda Accord.