2016 Honda Accord Coupe Review
If you’re considering bypassing the traditional midsize sedan and cutting right to the coupe, you’ve come to the right place. The revamped 2016 Honda Accord’s refresh brings amplified edge and style to its coupe counterpart. Denver, Aurora, and Centennial area drivers can check out Mile High Honda’s full review of the 2016 Honda Accord Coupe for all of the (striking) details.
A Coupe That Commands Attention
The Accord’s 2016 refresh brought a number of aesthetic changes, from standard LED taillights to further refinement of the car’s already-stylish grille. The visual impact of these tweaks are most apparent on the smaller coupe version, especially when it comes to the coupe’s restyled back bumper area. The 2016 Accord Coupe is a great pick for those seeking a car with personality and sharp looks over one that flies under the radar.
What’s Under the Hood
The sedan and coupe versions of the 2016 Accord have identical under-the-hood components as their 2015 predecessors. We’re referring to the 185-horsepower 2.4-liter inline four-cylinder engine mated to either the standard six-speed manual transmission or the smooth continuously variable transmission (CVT) option. The coupe also share’s the sedan’s upper engine choice: a 278-horsepower 3.5-liter V6 that definitely brings added vim to your everyday drives.
2016 Honda Accord Coupe Interior
The 2016 Honda Accord continues to be an exceptionally roomy car for a coupe. As far as its interior look and feel, the model’s previous digs carry over, making the ’16 Accord just as cozy and contemporary a place to settle in. Upscale materials, a smart use of space, and a stunning center 8-inch driver info display are just a few of the features that help to confirm this notion.
Technology-wise, the Accord coupe comes with a number of desirable features already equipped on its base model. These include Bluetooth phone and audio, an infotainment system, a USB port, an advanced rearview camera with multi-angle views, and dual-zone automatic climate control.
In addition to these standards, the techies among us can spring for the Accord’s all-new HondaLink infotainment system. This stellar system comes with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility in addition to an updated 7-inch touchscreen interface.
For the safety savvy, the 2016 Accord’s Sensing technology, which is now available to buyers throughout the Accord lineup, may be of interest. A few of these ultra-wise systems include Lane Keeping Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control, and Auto Pre-Collision Braking.
It’s not likely that the Accord’s already-soaring crash test scores will waver from their previous 2015 marks. It’s sure to continue its reputation as a car that’s highly distinguished in the realm of safety.
Test Drive the 2016 Accord Coupe at Mile High Honda
Sporty, posh, and practical. The 2016 Honda Accord Coupe is a modern ride that offers a bolder look and advanced safety and entertainment capabilities.