For years the Honda Accord has been categorized as one of the top mid-size family sedans on the market. Last year, Honda brought the Accord to another level with enhanced styling, both interior and exterior, as well as loads of new technology and safety features, including Apple Car Play and Android Auto. New safety features include lane-keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, a collision mitigation braking system and more.
The Accord is available in both a four-door sedan and two-door coupe that offer four and six-cylinder engine choices. The top end 3.5L V-6 boasts an impressive 278-hp. Driving enthusiasts might want to consider the two-door coupe as Honda will offer a manual transmission while the sedan only offers an automatic (CVT).
The 2017 Accord ranges from $22,455 for the base model sedan to $34,930 for the six-cylinder Touring sedan. Features such as dual-zone automatic climate control, rearview camera, steering-wheel-mounted audio and cruise controls and Bluetooth are standard for all models.