The Honda Accord has long been a standout member of the family sedan segment, and the 2021 incarnation expands on this vaunted tradition. The latest iteration of the machine continues to blow us away with its nimble handling, spiffy powerplant options, and intuitive infotainment system. On top of all that, the vehicle is attractively styled, with an interior that’s not only practical but eminently comfortable.
Buyers of the 2021 Honda Accord have two turbocharged four-cylinder powerplants to choose from, along with a hybrid option. No matter which one is chosen, drivers will enjoy effortlessly balanced handling that goes a long way to make every journey a positively groovy experience. Up to five can be seated to enjoy the ride within this midsize sedan.
For 2021, Honda has added a variety of exciting elements to the Accord. For more specifics on those additions, scroll on down. Otherwise, feel free to check out our current Accord inventory here in Victoria via the button below!
Inside the cabin, a previously optional 8.0-inch infotainment display is now standard, and includes both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. Those who opt for the EX-L or Touring trims can also spring for a wireless connection option. USB ports have been relocated on all trims for easier access.
A new rear-seat reminder feature helps to give drivers a friendly nudge to check the back seat when exiting the vehicle. This feature comes into play if one of the rear doors was opened prior to the start of the journey.
For 2021, both the Accord and Accord Hybrid models have received a light styling refresh. Changes include a tweaked grille, newly optional LED headlamps, new alloy wheel designs, and a new color option known as Sonic Gray Pearl.
Throttle response on all 2021 Accord models has been recalibrated by Honda, resulting in improved off-the-line performance. Along with this upgrade, the previously available six-speed manual transmission is no longer on hand.
Also no longer in play is the EX trim, which has been replaced by a new Sport SE model. This latter outfitting combines the equipment of the recently deceased EX trim with the styling of the much-loved Sport trim.