The 2014 Accord sedan is offered in six trim levels: LX, Sport, EX, EX-L, EX-L V6 and Touring. The Accord coupe starts out at LX-S and can't be had in Sport or Touring, but it shares the sedan's other trims. Honda used to punish entry-level buyers with bare-bones equipment offerings, but, starting this year, that's no longer the case. Even the base
LX sedan ($22,500) includes perks such as 16-inch alloy wheels, dual-zone automatic climate control, a rearview camera, Bluetooth, USB audio connectivity, Pandora Internet radio compatibility, a 4-speaker stereo and the i-MID infotainment system with an 8-in screen. The
Sport sedan ($24,500) adds 18-in alloys, a rear deck lid spoiler, fog lights, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and a 10-way power driver seat including adjustable lumbar. The
EX sedan ($25,500), traditionally the luxurious Accord, actually isn't that much more special now, though it does feature 17-in alloys, a sunroof, a 6-speaker stereo and keyless entry with push-button ignition. Instead, it's the
EX-L ($29,000) that sets itself apart with LED brake lights, HondaLink, a rearview camera, 2-position memory for the driver seat, a 4-way power passenger seat, heated front seats, leather upholstery, a touchscreen audio interface and satellite radio. The
EX-L V6 sedan ($31,000) adds the V6 engine, LED daytime running lights and a HomeLink garage door opener. The top-of-the-line
Touring sedan features automatic LED headlights and adaptive cruise control. Note that the optional navigation system with voice-recognition is available only on EX-L, EX-L V6 and Touring. Selecting it greatly increases the resolution of the i-MID screen. In terms of feature content, the coupe-only
LX-S model ($24,500) is roughly an EX sedan without the sunroof and push-button ignition. From there on out, the coupe more or less follows the sedan's equipment formula. Trunk space in the sedan tops out at 15.8 cu-ft, a solid number for this class. The coupe falls back a bit to a 13.7 cu-ft maximum.