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2016 Honda Accord Prices Rise $150-$950, Base Price Stays the Same

Honda Sensing is a $1,000 standalone option.

The refreshed 2016 Honda Accord boasts quite a few enhancements, but prices don’t change too much despite the car’s new tech features. The base price for the Accord LX stays the same, at $22,925 with destination for the sedan, while upper trim levels rise between $150 and $950 for both sedan and coupe models.

All 2016 Honda Accord models have revised styling, with a new front grille and headlights, new wheels, and a revised rear fascia with LED taillights. New features include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability on all models EX and above, thanks to a new Display Audio screen with a revised touchscreen interface. There is also a new Honda Sensing active-safety package, which is available as a $1,000 standalone option on all automatic-transmission equipped Accord trims.

The 2016 Accord sedan’s trim level structure remains the same as last year, with the Sport model rising $300, the EX rising $450, the EX-L rising $150, and the Touring rising $950. The coupe lineup still starts with the LX-S, which keeps the same starting price of $24,595 with destination, while also adding a new Touring trim to mirror the sedan that costs $34,945.

The 2016 Honda Accord sedan goes on sale August 19, with the coupe following August 26.

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2016 Honda Accord

2016 Honda Accord

MSRP $26,850 EX (Auto) Coupe

EPA MPG:

23 City / 33 Hwy

Horse Power:

185 @ 6400

Torque:

181 @ 3900