The Honda Accord has helped define in recent years one of America's favorite segments: the mid-size family sedan. Now, with the proliferation of SUVs on the market, the family sedan category may represent some of the best value propositions on the new car market—automakers are still competitive and the sedans are more feature-rich than ever.
It's big news any time one of the best-selling vehicles in America is the subject of a refresh. For 2017, the Honda Accord is the headline, receiving a number of noteworthy additions and revisions, from revised suspension tuning to an enhanced technology interface that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration.
It's an increasingly competitive space with strong rivals such as the stylish Ford Fusion, the value-laden Hyundai Sonata, and the reinvented Chrysler 200. But the Accord thrives to this day, largely because it appeals to both sides of the brain, with plenty of practicality and a fun-to-drive nature, either as a two-door Coupe or as a four-door sedan.
The 2017 Accord lineup adds a Sport Special Edition sedan that includes the regular Sport's features plus heated leather seats with red accent stitching.
Other available models from Honda Accord