Honda has given the Accord and Accord Hybrid models a light styling refresh for the new 2021 Honda Accord that includes new optional LED headlamps, new alloy wheel designs. The cabin gains the previously optional 8.0-inch information display as standard tools across the range and now also boasts standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, which offer a wireless connection on EX-L and Touring trims. Honda has relocated the Accord’s USB ports for easier access and has even introduced a Sport SE model which combines the equipment of the now-defunct EX trim with the styling of the Sport model.
Honda says it has changed the throttle response on all Accord models for better off-the-line performance, a new rear-seat reminder feature alerts have also been added so the driver will be able to check the back seat when exiting the vehicle if one of the rear doors was opened prior to the journey.
The Engine lineup of the 2021 Honda Accord starts with a 192-hp turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder, but our favorite is the 252-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder that sits atop the engine and comes with a 10-speed automatic that moves with an almost seamless nature. Both engines are smooth operators, but the 2.0-liter delivers a rush of power that can easily be used to spin the front tires in first gear.
The 2021 Honda Accord interior is surprisingly spacious, and rear-seat passengers, in particular, will be comfortable in an Accord than in almost any other mid-size vehicle. Honda’s no-options model structure means that most of the decisions about its features are made for the driver, but virtually every Accord has beautiful interior furnishings and at least some creature comforts. The top Touring trim is rigorously decked out, with heated and cooled leather in the front seats, heated rear seats, and a head-up display.
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