2021 Honda Accord, Updated Style and Better Connectivity | Digital Trends Spanish


Although its history began in 1976, in the fourth edition of the tenth generation, the Honda Accord receives some touches to keep up with the day, important changes especially in the connectivity section.

Major changes

Outside, the grille has grown and incorporates three horizontal lines from side to side; the design of the fog lamps also changed. In addition, the integration of the radar unit of the security systems, the Honda sensing.

The design of the wheels is different, but it maintains the 19-inch measurement of the Touring versions.

The infotainment system has an eight-inch touch screen, which is now integrated into all versions, not only from the EX upwards, as in 2020. You can find Android Auto and Apple Car Play with technology wireless as of the EXL version.

Interior Honda Accord 2021

The wireless charger and connectivity – now without the need for cables – achieve a better, cleaner cabin, as well as a USB port remaining available in case you need to connect another device. The USB ports were moved, this in favor of easier access, and 2.5v ports are added for the second row of seats. A reminder has been added to this row to alert the driver to the presence of occupants when the vehicle is off.

For the Touring version, a slow-speed braking control is added, which detects objects in situations such as parking, so the brakes can be applied to mitigate a possible collision.

Hybrid version

Your visits to refuel will be sporadic with the 48 miles per gallon of performance of this hybrid Accord, whose range is 48 mpg.

This version also receives some tweaks: the two-motor hybrid system was updated, now giving a more direct response on the throttle. Total system power is 212 horsepower and 232 lb-ft of torque, while the transmission is of the e-CVT type.

The hybrid system switches from electric to hybrid or internal combustion mode, without any difference being noticed by the driver; It can be selected with any of the three buttons behind the gear selector, which, remember, has been per button for some years (the gear levers were left behind).

The mechanics in the gasoline versions are maintained, with the four-cylinder turbo engines of 1.5 and 2.0 liters turbo, of 192 and 252 horsepower, respectively.

Pricing starts at $ 24,970 for the 1.5-liter engine to $ 36,240 for the Hybrid Touring.

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