DAYTON, Ohio, Aug. 21, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Drivers that want to know more about the newest Honda vehicles and the available inventory can find more information on the dealership’s website. This information can be used by shoppers to make a more informed decision on their next vehicle purchase. Matt Castrucci Honda has recently provided new information about the 2016 Honda Accord to give drivers a chance to learn about before it arrives at dealerships later this month.
Many changes are coming to the interior as well as available feature options. The Accord now comes with a 7-inch display and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The Honda Accord is the first high volume sedan to offer this feature, with the Honda leading the way to the new generation in infotainment. Beyond greater connectivity, the sedan will now offer a 60/40-split that also happens to be heated on higher trim levels. Also available as options for shoppers are 19-inch wheels, rain sensing wipers and parking sensors.
The two engine options remain the same for the 2016 Honda Accord with the standard 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine, along with the 3.5-liter V6. These two choices produce 185 horsepower and 181 pound-feet of torque and 278 horsepower and 252 pound-feet of torque respectively.The new Accord also offers quite a few advanced safety features that drivers can add to the vehicle. These include adaptive cruise control, Honda LaneWatch, forward collision warning, the collision mitigation braking system along with a few other features.
To learn more about Matt Castrucci Honda and to see the available inventory for the Honda Accord, drivers can view the inventory online at www.mattcastruccihonda.com or visit the dealership in person. It is possible to schedule a test drive for current available models online. Those looking for more information can contact the dealership by phone at 855-250-8986.
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