Passenger Protection: Each Civic starts off with safety from the frame up with the Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) body structure. Standard three-point seat belts hold driver and passengers in place during a collision while the front and side airbags use just enough force to cushion and are designed to minimize airbag-related injury.
Accident Avoidance: The best accident is one that never happens, and the Civic’s standard rearview camera has three different views of what’s behind your car before backing up. Upgrading to Honda Sensing safety features adds on Adaptive Cruise Control, Forward Collision Warning, Collision Mitigation Braking, and much more.
Safety Ratings: The 2016 Honda Civic Sedan has taken home some of the top safety awards in the industry, including earning a 5-Star Overall Vehicle Safety Rating from the NHTSA* and a 2016 Top Safety Pick+ from the IIHS (on models with Honda Sensing front collision warning technology).**
Passenger Protection: The Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) body structure works to keep the Civic intact during a collision, the front and curtain airbags deploy with enough force to cushion, and the standard three-point seat belts keep you anchored during an accident.
Accident Avoidance: A standard multi-angle rear camera gives you three views of what’s behind the Accord before backing up while the available Honda Sensing features provide amenities like forward collision warning, lane keeping assist, collision mitigation braking, and more.
Safety Ratings: The 2016 Honda Accord Sedan has earned a 5-Star Overall Vehicle Safety Rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA),* and models equipped with Honda Sensing have been named 2016 Top Safety Pick+ cars by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.**
For an idea of how the Accord compares to its competitors, give our 2016 Toyota Camry review a read; Honda leads on safety and other key features.