You Can Buy a 2016 Acura Honda Accord for $22,925

Aaron Cole
by Aaron Cole

The refreshed, mid-size Acura Honda Accord will start at $22,925 and run all the way up to $35,400, according to Car and Driver.

That represents a mild increase from $150 to $950, depending on trim, and a continued price war with its lifelong, bitter and everlasting rival, the Toyota Camry.

Apples-to-apples on the high end: The Accord will cost $635 more than a comparably equipped Camry (2016 Camry XLE V-6 with Technology and Navigation vs. 2016 Accord Touring V-6). Apples-to-apples on the low end: The Camry is $170 more (2016 Camry LE Automatic vs. 2016 Accord LX w/CVT).

Shedding two doors will add anywhere from $1,670 to $545 to the bottom line. The coupe will run from $24,595 for the base LX with a manual to $35,945 for the V-6 Touring model.

The redesigned Accord was unveiled last month in California and boasts integrated Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as well as a slew of other small changes for its mid-cycle refresh.

The Accord also comes available with a suite of safety features, dubbed Honda Sense, that can be added at any trim level and will be standard on Touring models. The same safety suite is only available on the XLE trim of the Camry, which is the top trim.

Both the Accord and Camry are expected to replace their V-6 engines with turbo fours, albeit in different applications. Toyota will use the turbo four to replace the top-end engine option, whereas Honda will use a smaller turbo four to replace its standard engine.

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  • VenomV12 VenomV12 on Aug 10, 2015

    Honda and Nissan are beginning to not make sense, the new Accord and the new Maxima and Murano are so good and have so many features I don't see why you would buy the Acura or Infiniti variants. I sat in the new fully loaded Maxima SR and damn that is a nice car. The seats are fantastic and so is the steering wheel, like maybe nicer than the BMW M3/M4 steering wheel good. Even the Toyota Avalon is nicer to me than the Lexus ES.

  • Stuki Stuki on Aug 10, 2015

    V6 6MT? With a DI V6 with meaningfully improved mileage? Or did Honda just turn Baruth's car into an instant collectible?

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    • Stuki Stuki on Aug 11, 2015

      @nels0300 Probably very sound advice for the "keepers" out there. Chance are the current turbo fad will move through the stages similarly to what the Euro mini diesel one did. Crazy amounts of technology, research and hype, only to, a few decades later, be seen as, at best, equal to the simpler, more traditional, hence cheaper solutions it once looked set to replace.

  • Deanst Deanst on Aug 11, 2015

    Can't wait for the remaining 279 posts in the series "2016 model cars change prices, engine choices may or may not change in the future".

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    • Corey Lewis Corey Lewis on Aug 11, 2015

      @bball40dtw But that's just what Jalopnik does. :(

  • Kvndoom Kvndoom on Aug 16, 2015

    Damn it! The dealership I bought my 2011 V6 coupe from quoted me $26,100 + TTL for a 2015 V6 MT coupe (non nav)... That's cheaper than I can buy a USED one! I hope they offer me a comparable price on a 2016 next year.. The refreshed coupe looks a lot better than the sedan. I just might have to go into a little debt next year... I love my Altima and I'm keeping it but I miss my Accord!