What are the differences between the 2016 Honda Civic and the 2016 Honda Accord?
2016 Honda Civic vs 2016 Honda Accord
Honda is well-known for producing reliable, safe, and long-lasting vehicles and the two Honda sedan models are no exception; the Honda Civic and the Honda Accord are two of the most popular sedans on the road. But which model best fits your needs? Commonwealth Honda put together a comparison of the 2016 Honda Civic vs 2016 Honda Accord to help our customers decide.
Both models offer affordability without asking drivers to compromise, as the Civic and the Accord are equipped with convenient amenities and fun features. Since the Accord is slightly higher priced, it does offer a few more luxury features than the Civic, but the Civic does cover all of the bases. The Civic offers better fuel economy, while the Accord is capable of higher horsepower.
This chart outlines further differences between the two sedans:
2016 Honda Civic LX (6MT)
2016 Honda Accord LX (6MT)
Remote Keyless Access
2016 Honda Civic Features and Specs
The 2016 Civic boasts a fierce new shape and distinctive cut lines, as well as LED daytime running lights and automatic rain-sensing windshield wipers. The Civic’s interior offers heated seats, tech center console storage, and dual-zone climate control. Some technology features include smartphone connectivity, SiriusXM Radio, and a multi-view camera. Driver assistance features like lane keeping assist and LaneWatch are also available.
2016 Honda Accord Features and Specs
The 2016 Accord features bold, sophisticated body lines at every angle, and a striking front end with an aggressive grille design. The Accord’s cockpit features refined design with a multi-function steering wheel, paddle shifters, and leather memory seating with heat. Some technology features include remote engine start, a navigation system, smartphone connectivity, and HondaLink. The Accord also offers the available suite of safety technologies like Collision Mitigation Braking or Road Departure Mitigation.