2016 Honda Accord Touring sedan

Pros: Impressive ride and handling balance; spacious back seat; all-around visibility is among best in class; availability of sporty coupe models

Cons: Attaining some desirable features means stepping up to high-end trim levels; trunk space and accessibility

CG Says: Honda Accord gets revised styling and suspension tweaks for 2016. The Honda Sensing safety package, that includes collision mitigation barking, lane-departure warning and mitigation, and forward collision warning, is now available on all models. Accord Hybrid is skipping the 2016 model year while Honda moves production from Ohio to Japan. Accord’s traditional strengths include a fine ride/handling balance, a spacious back seat, and a solid, cohesive overall feel. Worthwhile technology features, competitive fuel economy numbers, and high-quality cabin materials are other high points. The rare-for-the-class 2-door coupe versions offer a bit more sporty style. Now more than ever, the hyper-competitive midsize-car segment is filled with excellent vehicles, but in all its forms, Accord remains among the best in the class.

The Facts
Class Midsize Car
Body Style(s) 4-door sedan, 2-door coupe
Passenger Count 5
Drive Wheels front-wheel drive
Manufacturer Honda
Nation of Manufacture USA, Japan
Base Prices LX: $22,205
LX-S Coupe: $23,875
Sport: $24,265
EX: $25,580
EX Coupe: $26,000
EX-L: $28,670
EX-L Coupe: $28,845
EX-L V6: $30,745
EX-L V6 Coupe: $31,025
Touring: $34,680
Touring Coupe: $34,225

Base Engine
2.4-liter 4-cylinder
185 (189 in Sport model)
Std. Transmission
6-speed manual
Avail. Transmission
EPA City Range (mpg)
EPA Hwy Range (mpg)

Optional Engine
3.5-liter V6
Std. Transmission
6-speed automatic
Avail. Transmission
6-speed manual (coupe only)
EPA City Range (mpg)
EPA Hwy Range (mpg)

2016 Honda Accord Coupe Touring
2016 Honda Accord Touring Coupe