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.