The 2016 Honda Accord is ranked as one of the top five midsize sedans on the market by U.S. News and World Report as well as one of the best cars for families. With its great fuel economy, exceptional handling, and refreshed interior and exterior styling, there’s a reason the Accord continues to be a popular classic. Read on for more details about available trim levels for the 2016 Honda Accord.

The base model of this sedan, the Accord LX, comes with an impressive variety of standard features including 185 horsepower four cylinder engine, 16-inch alloy wheels, multi-angle rearview camera with safety guidance, Bluetooth HandsFree link for phone calls and streaming music, daytime running lights, and projector beam halogen headlights. It’s available with either a six speed manual transmission or continuous variable transmission with optional Honda Sensing technology.

The Accord Sport upgrades the LX with performance features, including a 10 way power adjustable driver’s seat with lumbar support, available paddle shifters, 19-inch alloy wheels, leather wrapped steering wheel, LED fog lights and daytime running lights, and a split fold-down rear seatback for additional cargo space.

The premium EX includes the features of the LX plus upgraded exterior trim with 17-inch alloy wheels, one touch power tilt moonroof, smart entry, Honda LaneWatch technology, smart entry, push button start, HomeLink Remote system, and entertainment features including Sirius XM radio. If you also want high end interior trim, the EX-L includes all these features plus heated front seats, leather trim, leather wrapped steering wheel, and ten way adjustable power driver’s seat with lumbar support. The EX-L is also available with a more powerful V6 engine.

Those who want to build a top of the line 2016 Honda Accord should opt for the Touring version, which features all the same features as the EX-L as well as Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System™ with Voice Recognition, the Honda Sensing suite of safety features, automatic LED headlights with automatic high beams, automatic rain sensing windshield wipers, 19-inch alloy wheels, heated outboard rear seats, and parking sensors that match the body paint.

Regardless of the 2016 Honda Accord you choose, you’re sure to be incredibly happy with the sedan that’s been named one of Car and Driver’s 10 best cars of 2016, a top safety pick of the Insurance Institute on Highway Safety, a five star safety rating from the National Traffic and Highway Safety Administration, and one of the 15 best family cars by Kelley Blue Book.