Honda Accord Sedans

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2016 Honda Accord

Honda's 2016 Accord sedan has a revised front fascia and a more rigid body. Remote start is offered on the EX, while the Touring gains LED headlights, auto high beam, heated rear seats and rain-sensing wipers. All trims can now be equipped with the Honda Sensing package.

2015 Honda Accord

Only minor changes are due the 2015 Accord. The HomeLink remote system is now standard in EX-L and EX-L Navi trims of the sedan and coupe, as is the LaneWatch side monitor in the EX Coupe. Honda has yet to announce whether the limited-availability plug-in hybrid Accord will return for 2015.

2014 Honda Accord

After an all-new sedan and coupe were introduced last year, only minor changes are made on mainstream models. The big news for 2014 Accords is the introduction of a regular hybrid model and a limited-production, plug-in hybrid variant.

About Honda Accord

The Accord has been Honda's centerpiece sedan for nearly four decades. It not only continually sets the benchmark for all other family sedans, it has one of the most loyal followings in the industry. Honda's 2016 Accord sedan, coupe and hybrid all offer exceptional value, yet they don't ask buyers to sacrifice in the areas of styling, features or performance. Sure, you'll find sportier styling and a better warranty with the Kia Optima or Hyundai Sonata, all-wheel drive from the equally regarded Subaru Legacy and Ford Fusion, and equally strong resale and reliability from the Toyota Camry. But with the Accord, be it the sporty coupe, gas-sipping hybrid or sub-$24,000 LX, buyers get more than just features, comfort and value. They get peace of mind.