Top 2019 Honda Accord Features

2019 Honda Accord Features

The 2019 Honda Accord is known for being a well-rounded vehicle, and its list of features reflects that. Here, we look at the 2019 Honda Accord features that make this midsize sedan a suitable choice for most consumers.

Standard Honda Sensing

The Honda Accord now comes standard with the Honda Sensing™ suite of safety technologies. This means every Accord owner will have access to driver-assistance features like Collision Mitigation Braking System™, Lane Keeping Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control, and more.

Smartphone Integration

Keeping connected on the go is important. That’s why Honda offers Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ smartphone integration on all trim levels but the base model. These features allow you to use some of your favorite smartphone apps, right on your Accord’s touchscreen. Whether you want to connect to Spotify or need to send a voice-to-text message through your phone, you can do so with this tech.

Heads-Up Display

Along with the technology you receive in the standard Honda Sensing™ package, you can also opt for a head-up display. This tech blends safety and innovation, allowing you to gather information like your speed, turn-by-turn directions, and driver-assistance technology alerts without having to look away from the road. It does so by displaying all of this on your Accord’s windshield.

The 2019 Honda Accord shows that you don’t need an SUV to get great amenities. Test drive it today and check out all of its features at Bryan Honda!

2017 Honda Accord Hybrid Goes on Sale

2017 Honda Accord Hybrid - Bryan HondaWhile Honda didn’t offer an Accord Hybrid for the 2016 model year, the fuel efficient model is back. Having undergone a refresh, the 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid offers improved performance and efficiency for a relatively miniscule price increase. All in all, the new Accord Hybrid promises to be one of the most efficient family sedans on the market.

Compared to the 2015 Accord Hybrid, the latest model sees a price increase of just $300 to a total of $30,440. That’s just $2,225 more than the conventionally-powered Honda Accord EX with Honda Sensing.

The 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid comes with an updated gas-electric drivetrain that produces an extra 16 hp for a total of 212 hp. The latest ratings show the new system earning an EPA-estimated 49 city/47 hwy mpg. In addition to an upgraded drivetrain, the Accord Hybrid also gets new active safety features and remote start.

While you’ll have to get behind the wheel of the EX-L, $33,740, or the Touring, $36,790, they’re well worth the extra money. Both models come with leather and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The Touring also includes heated rear seats, navigation, and rain-sensing wipers, as well as a few other goodies.

Here at Bryan Honda, we can’t wait to show you what the new Accord Hybrid can do!