The Honda Accord is due for a mid-cycle facelift for 2016, and while there are a few minor adjustments to the exterior, most of the new goodies are on the inside. That’s to be expected, though – current sales numbers say Honda sells over 300,000 Accords a year, so there’s no need to fix what isn’t broken. Most of the changes were made to the 2016 Honda Accord technology.
The exterior changes include minor details such as an additional accent strip along the nose and narrower headlights. To give the 2016 Accord a more modern look, LED fog lamps and taillights were added, plus a newly remolded rear and 18-inch alloy wheels.
However, technology updates include a brand new entertainment system. The system offers a USB port that allows you to easily sync your smartphone. Both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are compatible. To top it all off, the menu is accessible via a 7-inch touchscreen display. Other new technology features are more safety-oriented. Driver Assist tech such as emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, and lane departure warning come standard with the new Accord.
The ongoing success of the Accord is nothing to scoff at, and the 2016 Honda Accord technology update updates to keep the car up-to-date and modern will ensure that it continues its popularity will continue into the next model year.
Despite losing their recent game against Texas A&M, the Arkansas Razorback football team, and particularly their coach Bret Bielema, are trying to stay positive about the season. The past three losses have been learning experiences for the team, and throughout those losses the team has gotten closer to winning every time.
The Texas A&M game was frustrating for many, to the point where many Razorbacks left the field in tears – not necessarily because they were tired of losing, but because they lost despite playing their best game yet. In fact, the Arkansas Razorbacks were in the lead for the vast majority of the game, only falling behind during overtime after the Aggies managed to tie the game in the fourth quarter.
Coach Bielema spoke to the media about the game, stating that despite failures, he is optimistic that the Razorbacks can turn the season around and come back strong. “We corrected a lot of things that we took out of the Texas Tech game and turned them into positives,” he said.
As of right now, a whole lot of little steps are being taken by the Arkanas Razorback football team. The players are hopeful that at some point the small improvements will add up to a big win.