When the 2021 Honda Accord arrives in dealerships, it looks like it will be bringing some exciting changes with it. This midsize sedan has undergone some design updates for the 2021 model year, giving it a style that is even sportier than before.
The Honda Accord updates start with a restyled grille that adds a modern feel to the sedan’s face. It will also come with new LED high- and low-beam headlights to help increase your visibility during long winter nights. Along with these front-end design changes, the top-level trims will also feature new alloy wheel designs.
Inside, the changes include a new standard eight-inch touch-screen infotainment display. Previously, this was only available starting on the EX trim level. Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ smartphone integration will also come as standard, and the EX-L and Touring models will get the wireless connective version of these technologies.
For the 2021 model year, Honda has also moved the Accord’s USB charging ports to the front of the center console for easy access. The brand has also added rear 2.5-volt USB ports to the majority of the Accord’s trims, too.
Every Honda Accord will also come standard with the new Rear Seat Reminder System, and the higher trim levels will come with a low-speed braking control system in addition to the standard Honda Sensing® suite of safety technologies.
You can even opt for a new trim level with the 2021 Accord. The new Sport SE trim replaces the EX 1.5T trim, adding leather seats, heated front seats and mirrors, remote engine start, and a smart entry system.
To learn more about the Honda Accord, check out our online inventory of 2020 and 2021 models right here at Bryan Honda.
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.
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.
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.
Along with the technology you receive in the standard Honda
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
If you’re looking for the 2018 Honda all stars, you should start with the Honda Accord and the Civic Type R. Both of these models were named “2018 Automobile All-Stars” by Automobile magazine, a list of some of the top cars in the industry. Automobile doesn’t distinguish between classes or price range, which means these two Honda models beat out some of the top supercars in the world, some well into six figures. The Accord and Civic Type R definitely offer incredible value and an unforgettable driving experience.
The Accord is well known among car shoppers, as this car offers incredible bang for your buck. The editors at Automobile noted the Accord was one of the few cars consistently ranked as one of the best cars on the road, in part because it is so affordable yet drivable. The Civic Type R caused a little more stir, as this newer model reached the top 10 list for the awards. However, this performance model is simply fun to drive, something that stands out among the competition.
“In my experience coming from the racing side of the automotive business, it is not normal to find a gaggle of journalists waxing lyrical about a vehicle that costs less than $35,000, especially when they have access to a bucket full of supercar keys and the green light on the racetrack,” wrote Andy Pilgrim, editor for Automobile.
And these are just some of the many awards the Civic Type R and Accord have earned in the past few months. Learn more about them at Bryan Honda!
For the 2018 model year, both the Honda Accord and Odyssey underwent complete redesigns—and it looks like these redesigns have helped these vehicles make their mark on their segments. The 2018 Accord and Odyssey were both recently awarded top spots in the Good Housekeeping Best New Car Awards in the sedan and minivan classes, respectively.
The judges commended the Odyssey, which is in its fifth generation, for its family-friendly interior space, heightened performance, quite cabin, and connectivity. Specifically, they were awed by the vehicle’s CabinWatch™ and CabinTalk™ features that allow you to see what’s going on in the backseat.
For the Accord, the accolade was awarded in large part due to its spacious interior, large trunk, and superior standard safety features that will give you confidence while you’re out on the road. The sedan’s agile ride and impressive engine options were also both commended.
The Good Housekeeping Institute determined the winners of its Best New Car Awards through its partnership with Car & Driver magazine. This duo assessed hundreds of new vehicles, looking specifically at the assets drivers care about most including value, safety, reliability, interior design, comfort, technology, and handling.
Both the 2018 Accord and the 2018 Odyssey received the honors of appearing in the February issue of Good Housekeeping. Check out one or both of these models for yourself when you visit us at Bryan Honda.
While 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!