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2016 Honda Accord LX vs Sport


2016 Honda Accord LX vs Sport

As with all Honda Vehicles, the 2016 Honda Accord has a lot of trim levels offering different benefits. The lower trim levels are more value-laden while the higher trim levels have more premium features. The Honda Accord trim levels include the LX, LX-Honda Sensing, Sport, Sport-Honda Sensing, EX-L, EX-L V6, Touring, and Touring V6. Overall, the majority of the differences between all those trim levels lie in the features and equipment that come standard. There are also some performance differences, like the option of a V6 engine for the higher EX-L and Touring trims. As for some of the most popular trim levels, that would be the Accord LX and Accord Sport. We’ll take a look at the 2016 Honda Accord LX vs Sport to see how exactly these two trim levels compare.

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Differences Between the Honda Accord LX and Honda Accord Sport

For the most part, the Honda Accord LX and Honda Accord Sport are very similar. Both have a secondary trim option equipped with Honda Sensing and both have the same 4-cylinder engine. Like most higher trim levels, the Sport trim also has all the same features of the LX trim. Other features not found on the LX trim that come standard on the Accord Sport include:

  • A slight increase in horsepower and torque
  • Standard Continuously Variable Transmission (available, but not standard on the LX)
  • A more powerful audio system with a subwoofer and extra speaker
  • 2016 honda accord sport and lx comparisonAluminum-trimmed sport pedals
  • Proximity key entry and pushbutton start
  • Available steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters
  • A leather wrapped steering wheel
  • Leather and fabric combi seating surfaces
  • 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels
  • LED fog lights
  • Chrome door handles
  • Dual exhaust with chrome finishers
  • A one-touch power moonroof with tilt feature
  • A rear deck lid spoiler
  • Mirror-integrated LED turn signal indicators
  • The Honda LaneWatch blind spot display

The Honda Accord LX has a starting MSRP of $24,150 and the Honda Accord Sport has a starting MSRP of $26,690. If you are interested in these or any trim levels of the new Honda Accord, you can find it right here at Wheaton Honda. To learn more about the Accord, you can reach out to our staff or contact a Honda dealer near you.

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