2021 Honda Accord
Luxury and space are available in abundance inside and outside of the 2021 Honda Accord, which has been around since 1976. The refreshed 2021 version gets a fair number of changes on the inside and outside, giving an already luxurious product a more premium feel. Two engine options have been made available for the family sedan, and more information about the same can be found below.
A total of six trim levels are on offer for the new Honda Accord. These are:
Although most Americans like to purchase SUV’s, this vehicle gives a much needed boost to the family sedan category, offering an exciting design and engines to match. Buyers can expect the Hybrid to deliver high fuel efficiency.
Subtle and interesting tweaks have been made to the already gorgeous design of the Accord. It is now available with sleek wheel designs and kinetic body lines that make it stand out. The front grille is wider than before, and it gets brand new chrome accents. Headlights get a new design, with better technology for wider illumination. LED fog lights are available for the car. Lower fascia and fog lamp surrounds have also been updated. The base LX trim comes with 17 inch wheels.
Black ORVM’s (Outdoor Rear View Mirrors) are visible on the sedan, with very few changes at the rear.
The Sport trim of the 2021 Honda Accord is available with fully leather seats. Door materials have been stitched with leatherette material. All variants of the Accord get a 12-way power adjustable driver’s seat. Dual climate control and push button start are also included in all the trims. An 8-inch touchscreen interface is present on the LX trim. The Sport gets Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility as well.
To make every car more fuel efficient, an Econ button is available on all variants. In case keys have been accidentally left in the trunk, the car beeps and lets the boot open. Legroom and headroom for five people at the rear seats are impressive, at 40 inches and 37 inches, respectively. Storage space in the center console is generous, and two cup holders are present. The mid-size family sedan gets 16.7 cubic feet of rear cargo space.
Engine Specifications and Performance:
Drivers and passengers will love the hugely comfortable ride in this vehicle, which has been made possible due to the superb suspension. The car’s driving dynamics haven’t been altered much, which drivers always loved. Engine options include:
1) A 1.5 liter turbocharged engine which produces 193 hp of power and 192 lbs.-ft of torque.
2) A 2.0 liter turbocharged engine that generates 252 hp of power and 273 lbs.-ft of torque.
While the first engine comes with a CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission), the second and more powerful one is paired to a 10-speed automatic transmission. The 1.5 liter is available in a hybrid avatar as well, with two electric motors that together generate a power of 212 hp and torque of 232 lbs.-ft.
Honda Sensing Suite in this vehicle has received an update. It gets safety features that include:
• Lane Keeping Assist
• Adaptive Cruise Control
• Automated Emergency Braking
Active Lane Control, Traffic Sign Recognition, and automatic High Beams are other safety features.