The China-market 2016 Honda Accord facelift has been revealed through a set of spyshots published by Autohome. Based on these images, the large sedan will be available with two distinct faces in that market, neither of which matches that of the officially-unveiled American-market 2016 Accord facelift.
Both looks feature a large gaping “mouth” with black inserts – similar to the current Honda Accord Plug-in Hybrid – topped by a wide chrome wing that extends into the headlights. The new-design chrome grille is also featured prominently on the USDM model.
The rear, meanwhile, is as per the North American model, with the addition of twin rectangular exhaust pipes neatly integrated into the bumper. Don’t read to much into this, though, as the current China-market Accord (above) already had similar items.
And before you get carried away, it has to be said that what you see here is unlikely to be the same exact model that the Malaysian market will receive. China’s Accord has always had a bolder front end compared to what we get, and ours usually mirror the American model rather closely. Still, what do you think of this look?
GALLERY: US-market 2016 Honda Accord facelift