The process of finding that perfect car is not always an easy one. Even if you’ve known that a Honda Accord Sedan is right for you, your decisions don’t stop there. In fact, within the 2017 Honda Accord range, you have seven trims from which to choose. To help you narrow your choices and find model that fits your budget and lifestyle, we’ll compare the 2017 Honda Accord trims and highlight some of the advantages of each.
|LX||$22,455||2.4L 4-Cylinder||16”||4||Bluetooth HandsFreeLink|
|Sport||$24,515||2.4L 4-Cylinder||19”||4||10-Way Power Driver’s Seat|
|Sport SE||$25,515||2.4L 4-Cylinder||19”||4||Heated Front Seats|
|EX||$25,830||2.4L 4-Cylinder||17”||6||Power Moonroof|
|EX-L||$28,920||2.4L 4-Cylinder||17”||7||Apple CarPlay & Android Auto Compatibility|
|EX-L V-6||$30,995||3.5L V6||17”||7||278-HP Engine|
|Touring||$34,930||3.5L V6||19”||7||Honda Sensing suite|
Honda put a number of great features in the popular (and lowest priced) base LX trim, with amenities that include a 7.7-inch central display, dual-zone automatic climate control, a rearview camera, and Bluetooth connectivity among other features.
Although the Sport model comes with the same engine, it is tuned to provide a little bit more power than the LX, along with the 19-inch wheels, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and upgraded cloth upholstery. Not much changes with the Sport Special Edition, but it does add unique badging and heated front seats.
The Accord EX builds on the LX trim, but in a different way than the sport model, adding more technology and convenience than performance. In the Accord EX, standard features include a 7-inch touchscreen display, remote ignition, heated mirrors, and Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility, among several others.
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The EX-L and EX-L V-6 add their own set of amenities like heated front seats, an improved sound system, and leather upholstery. Of course, the V-6 version comes with a more powerful 278-horsepower engine.
At the top of the Accord range if the Touring model, where you’ll find all the aforementioned features and add the Honda Sensing suite, LED headlights, a navigation system, parking sensors, and a spoiler.
No matter which 2017 Accord trim you choose, you’re making a great choice. With a track record for reliability, and all the features listed above, you can’t go wrong with this stunning new sedan.