The 2015 Honda Accord Sedan Touring is a front wheel drive sedan. There is space for up to 5 passengers. It has 4 doors and is powered by a 2.4-liter DOHC I4 engine with 16 valves and an output of 185 hp at 6,400 rpm. and is mated to a continuously variable transmission. The Honda Accord Sedan Touring 2015 has a payload of 439 liters and a weight of 1,521 kg. In terms of steering assistance, the 2015 Honda Accord Sedan Touring is equipped with stability control and traction control as well as anti-lock brake system (ABS). The vehicle also has an optional engine. It offers a multi-angle rear view camera. Safety features also include driver side airbag and front passenger airbag. The front suspension is an independent front suspension, the rear is an independent rear suspension. The car is also equipped with 18-inch alloy wheels as standard. Electronic features include cruise control. For convenience, the car is equipped with power windows and power door locks. Remote keyless entry is also available. Also, the car. There are buttons on the steering wheel that control the audio system. In terms of performance, the car has a torque of 202 Nm and a top speed of 209 km/h. The 2015 Honda Accord Sedan Touring accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 9.6 seconds and reaches the quarter mile in 17 seconds. Fuel consumption is 8.8 l/100 km in the city and 6.5 l/100 km on the highway. Car price starts at $30,850
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Approximate prices of used 2015 Honda Accord
Estimates based on an average mileage of 12,000 kilometers per year
|used condition||price trade||Price of a private event||Dealer selling price|
|Great||$ 12.548||$ 14.761||$ 17.058|
|Lindo||$ 12.013||$ 14.144||$ 16.306|
|Average||$ 10.944||$ 12.911||$ 14.801|
|Strict||US$ 9.876||$ 11.677||$ 13.296|
The 2015 Honda Accord earns top honors in the midsize sedan class with its versatile combination of premium packaging, excellent fuel economy and satisfying performance.
It's no easy feat to be the best-selling family sedan in nearly thirty years, but Honda has certainly succeeded, with critical acclaim and loyal customers spanning decades. Of course, if it were that easy, more brands could achieve this surefire recipe that Honda has mastered over the years and continues to perfect with the 2015 Honda Accord.
As always with Honda, the magic starts under the hood, and even the popular four-cylinder versions offer an incredible combination of performance and fuel economy. This powertrain boasts a 0-60 mph time of 7.8 seconds and an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 31 mpg on the combined cycle – impressive numbers for a compact car, let alone a roomy mid-size sedan. Its confortable. Those looking for even more fuel economy may want to consider the Accord Hybrid (reviewed separately), which scored an impressive combined EPA score of 47 mpg.
Comfort and value also contributed to the Accord's success. The comfortable seats provide front and rear passengers with ample head and leg room. Accord also has an extensive list of standard features, which wasn't always the case. Even the base model comes with dual-zone automatic climate control, iPod/USB connectivity and a backup camera - features that are usually optional on much more expensive cars. Unfortunately, some desirable features like heated seats and navigation require you to opt for pricier trim levels with features you might not be interested in (compared to individual options or smaller packages from other brands). This can raise the price of what you want or leave you without some of the features you want.
Naturally, the Accord's strong reputation for trouble-free operation may make up for this potential lack of customization. With great performance, exceptional fuel economy, precise handling, a comfortable cabin and an enviable overall reputation, the 2015 Honda Accord earns an overall 'A' rating and as such remains one of our top picks in our Sedan Buyer's Guide 2015.
Accord isn't the only excellent choice. The 2015 Nissan Altima is another of our favorites in its class, with a sportier ride, comparable mileage with both four- and six-cylinder engines, and an impressively rich interior. Other "A" rated models include the Mazda 6, by far the most athletic car in the family sedan class, as well as the affordable 2015 Hyundai Sonata and stylish 2015 Ford Fusion. Also available is the 2015 Volkswagen Passat and restyled 2015. Toyota Camry to match Honda's interior but provide a smoother ride. The Accord coupe, meanwhile, has its own midsize coupe segment.
It won't be easy narrowing your choices down from this highly regarded group, but if you're looking for a midsize sedan that does just about everything right, then the Honda Accord should be on your list.
The 2015 Honda Accord is available as a midsize sedan and coupe. The four-cylinder sedans are available in five trim levels: LX, Sport, EX, EX-L and EX-L with Navi. Choose the Accord's 3.5-litre V6 engine, available in three trim levels: EX-L, EX-L with Navi and Touring.
The four-cylinder Accord coupe is available in LX-S, EX, EX-L and EX-L trims with Navi, while the V6-equipped version is only available in EX-L and EX-L trims with Navi trims.
Base LX four-cylinder engine comes with 16-inch alloy wheels, dual-zone automatic climate control, full power accessories, cruise control, 8-inch infotainment display, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, rear view camera , tilt and telescoping steering wheel, height-adjustable driver seat, one-piece folding rear seat, and four-speaker sound system with CD player, auxiliary audio input, iPod/USB audio interface, and Pandora Internet radio control .
If you choose the Sport trim, you get a little more power, 18-inch wheels, a rear spoiler, an eight-way electric driver's seat (with electric lumbar support), and a leather steering wheel with paddle shifters for the CVT (continuously variable transmission). . .
The Accord EX is also based on the LX, but instead of the Sport trim features it adds 17-inch wheels, heated mirrors, sunroof, keyless entry and entry, electric driver's seat, leather-wrapped steering wheel, blind-spot monitoring Honda's LaneWatch display and six-speaker sound system.
EX-L trim includes leather upholstery, driver seat memory functions, 4-way power passenger seat, heated front seats, collision and lane departure warning systems, a more advanced rear view camera, dimming rear view mirror automatic and a high-end sound system with seven speakers and 6-inch touchscreen, satellite radio and smartphone app integration (HondaLink with Aha). The EX-L with Navi, as you might have guessed, adds a navigation system with voice recognition.
The EX V6 equipment is similar to the four-cylinder EX models. The exclusive V6 Touring sedan is at the top of the range, combining LED headlamps and adaptive cruise control with the EX-L's Navi equipment.
For the Accord coupe, the LX-S's base trim is similar to that of the LX sedan, but it comes with 17-inch wheels instead of 16-inch wheels, and the audio system has six speakers instead of four. The EX coupe trim is also similar to the sedan in terms of trim, although the V6-powered EX-L has 18-inch wheels.
All 2015 Accords are front-wheel drive and most are equipped with a 2.4-liter inline four-cylinder engine. This engine has 185 horsepower and 181 foot-pounds of torque. A less restrictive dual exhaust system on the Sport trim level boosts power to 189 hp and 182 Nm of torque.
The standard transmission on all four-cylinder Accords except the EX-L is a six-speed manual. Optional on these versions and standard on four-cylinder EX-L trim levels, a CVT transmission is available to replace the conventional automatic transmission. With the CVT, all Accords except the Sport trim get an estimated EPA rating of 31 mpg combined (27 city/36 highway). The CVT-equipped Sport delivers a combined rate of 29 mpg (26 city/35 highway). With manual transmission, the four-cylinder Accord achieves 27 mpg on combined cycle (24 city/34 highway).
The Accord's 3.5 liter V6 engine produces 278 hp and 252 Nm of torque. Aided by a conventional six-speed automatic transmission, the V6 sedan's fuel economy remains impressive: 26 mpg combined (21 city/34 highway). In the coupe, that combination yields a total of 25 mpg (21/32). The V6 coupe is also available with a six-speed manual transmission that cuts fuel economy to 22 mpg combined (18/28).
Even with the base four-cylinder engine and CVT transmission – the most popular powertrain for Honda Accord buyers – performance is relatively good. During testing, the four-cylinder Accord EX CVT sedan accelerated from 0 to 100 km/h in 7.8 seconds, a fastest time in its class. The V6 is also one of the fastest engine upgrades in the segment: The EX-L V6 sedan we tested accelerated to 100 km/h in just 6.1 seconds.
Every 2015 Honda Accord is equipped with ABS disc brakes, stability and traction control, active front headrests, front side airbags and curtain airbags. A reversing camera is also standard on all vehicles. Blind Spot Warning, Lane Departure Warning and Forward Collision Warning systems are available on higher trim levels.
Notable is the LaneWatch blind spot detection system (EX and up), which instantly switches the 8-inch screen to a low, wide view on the passenger side when the right turn signal is activated. A camera in the right mirror provides a reliable view, and getting used to checking the display in the center dash is quick and natural.
During testing, Accord sedans with a four-cylinder V6 engine slowed from 100 km/h to a standstill in 50 metres, a distance slightly greater than the average for a midsize sedan.
In government crash tests, the Accord sedan received five stars out of five for overall protection, four stars for overall safety in frontal collisions, and five stars for safety in side collisions. The coupe received a full five stars. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety awarded both body styles the best possible "good" rating in frontal displacement, side impact and moderate roof strength tests. In the institute's low-overlap frontal crash test, the sedan received a rating of "good", while the coupe received the second best rating of "acceptable". The design of the Accord's seats and headrests was rated "Good" for protection against whiplash in rear impacts.
Most Honda Accord buyers end up opting for a four-cylinder engine and they won't be disappointed as it engages with gusto and delivers its power smoothly and satisfyingly. While CVT transmissions don't typically have the best reputation for refinement, the Honda unit is best in class, responding quickly to quick passing maneuvers and then smoothly coasting the engine when the need for quick acceleration is over. The Accord is extremely fast when equipped with a V6 engine.
The 2015 Honda Accord also manages to strike a near-perfect balance between smooth ride and engaging handling. While the Accord has never been a true sports car, the latest version feels very well balanced when cornering. The Accord's electric power steering may feel light from the first turn of the wheel, but it's precise and responsive for a more enjoyable driving experience. One potential downside is that the Accord's ride quality is rougher. If you're used to a smoother ride, the Fusion, Camry or Passat will suit you better in that regard.
With few exceptions, the materials used in the 2015 Honda Accord are characterized by a high-quality appearance. The overall design is elegant, and the cabin's compact design makes a much stronger impression than you'd expect from an average family car. At the top of the dashboard is an 8-inch display that offers different levels of information and, depending on the trim level, audio and navigation interfaces. Below that, most Accords will have simple but effective audio controls, but the EX-L and newer models have a touchscreen interface (near the top screen) that moves the controller knob below the climate controls. The touchscreen looks more elegant, but it misses out on traditional touch buttons and the menu structure can be confusing or unnecessarily complicated at times. This view is shared by many current owners.
Front and rear passengers will find ample leg and shoulder room. The sedan's rear seat is one of the best in its class for its combination of space and comfort. Road and tire noise – which could be quite irritating on previous Accord generations – is now noticeably reduced, thanks in part to two active noise reduction systems. We also like the good outward visibility afforded by the very low bodyline, relatively narrow roof pillars and numerous windows – features that are increasingly rare in modern cars. The downside, though, is that the Accord's front seats are less comfortable than other seats in the segment on long trips.
The trunk of the Accord sedan is about 15.8 cubic meters, while the volume of the coupe is 13.4 cubic meters. The rear seat backrest can be folded down to increase cargo capacity, but unlike most competing models, it is not split 60/40 for greater cargo and passenger versatility.
Different Accord engines offer different driving experiences, but most buyers will prefer the 4-cylinder automatic transmission models. This configuration uses a continuously variable transmission (CVT) that is surprisingly sophisticated. The Accord's CVT works like a normal automatic transmission, simulating gear changes. Even the entry-level sedan has good acceleration and passing ability, while clocking in at 36 mpg on the highway. Ride quality is pleasant, and there's a smart balance between comfort and sportiness. Honda Accord sedans and coupes with a 278 hp V6 engine are extremely fast. The Accord Hybrid sedan, on the other hand, offers an easy way to achieve exceptional fuel economy. The transition from a gasoline engine to an electric motor is smooth. The only fault we found with the hybrid was the noise from the electric power train, likely only heard by dogs and passengers whose ears still pick up higher frequencies.
LANEWATCH This security system sees where your eyes can't, thanks to a small video camera located under the passenger mirror that shows what's happening in the blind spot. LaneWatch – available on EX and Touring models – can be set to stay on or turn on automatically when the right turn signal is activated. HONDA ACCORD HYBRID If you got behind the wheel of this Honda, if gas stations didn't hate gasoline, you might not even realize you're driving a hybrid. The 2015 Accord Hybrid not only looks almost identical to the regular Accord, it also drives the same way, with the transitions between the gas engine and electric motor being almost imperceptible.
Step into the new Honda Accord and the five-seat cabin feels familiar yet refined. The familiar element comes from the space, excellent outside visibility and easily accessible controls. One of the most interesting features is the standard 8-inch screen, which sits prominently in the dash and provides audio, phone and navigation information. EX-L and later models have an additional touchscreen for audio streaming and wireless Bluetooth. The front seats provide support and comfort. The sedan's rear seat is roomy for two adults (a little), and - unsurprisingly - narrower in the coupe.
In recent years, the midsize sedan segment has become something of a beauty pageant. We saw prominent radiator grilles, angular bodywork creases, and elongated headlight housings that extended past the cheese. Some designs look great right out of the box, but get old quickly. The 2015 Accord limousine avoids following trends and opts for more contemporary lines. It may not be the flavor of the month, but the Accord 4-door sedan still looks good and will likely age well. The Accord two-door coupe adds visual appeal with a flowing front end, sloping roofline and arrow-shaped rear window.
even if you spend less on the 2015 Honda Accord LX sedan, you're getting a well-equipped car with an 8-inch color screen with rearview camera, dual-zone climate control, and 160-watt AM/FM connectivity. Stereo/CD system with Pandora, Bluetooth connectivity and USB input. Sport models get an electric driver's seat, 18-inch alloy wheels and a slight power boost. EX models feature a power sunroof and LaneWatch system, while EX-L models feature leather seats, an upgraded audio system, heated front seats and lane departure warning. Top V6 Touring models come with Forward Collision Warning and Adaptive Cruise Control. Hybrid Accords include LaneWatch, LED daytime running lights and 10-way electric driver's seat.
With the exception of choosing an automatic transmission on lower-end models over a six-speed manual, the 2015 Accord's top options are available when you upgrade to a higher trim level. Most requested features include satellite navigation, V6 engine, 7-speaker/360W audio system, 18-inch wheels, leather seats, multi-angle rear view camera, HomeLink remote control system, LED headlights, display blind spot and adaptive cruise control. Accessories for further customization include a sport grille, frame kit, rear spoiler, remote engine start and illuminated door sills.
two engines and three transmissions are offered on gasoline versions of the 2015 Honda Accord. The base engine is a 2.4-liter four-cylinder that makes a healthy 185 horsepower (189 on Sport trims). A 3.5-liter V6 engine with 278 hp is available as an option, making the Accord surprisingly fast. In the sedan, the four-cylinder engines are mated to a six-speed manual or CVT automatic transmission, while the V6 engines use a six-speed automatic transmission. In the coupé, the V6 can be combined with an excellent six-speed manual gearbox. The hybrid, available only in the sedan version, uses a four-cylinder gasoline engine and an electric motor powered by a lithium-ion battery. Fuel economy is the Accord's strong point, with four-cylinder models up to 36 mpg, V6 engines up to 34 mpg and hybrids up to 50 mpg (189 hp for sport models). Nm for sport models) EPA City/Highway Fuel Economy: 24/34 mpg (manual, sedan and coupe), 27/36 mpg (automatic, sedan), 26/35 mpg (automatic, coupe and automatic sports sedan) 3.5 liters V6278 - engine at 6200 rpm. 252 Nm of torque at 4,900 rpm. EPA City/Highway Fuel Economy: 18/28 mpg (Manual, Coupe), 21/34 mpg (Automatic, Sedan), 21/32 mpg (Automatic, Coupe) 2.0 Liter Inline-4 + Synchronized 124 kW permanent magnet electric (hybrid model) Total horsepower: 196 EPA Fuel economy city/highway: 50/45 mpg
Manufacturer's recommended retail price for the 2015 Honda Accord is $22,895 for the LX sedan with manual transmission. Automatic transmission costs an additional $800. At the other end of the spectrum, the 2015 Accord V6 Touring sedan starts at $34,000. Prices for hybrid models range from around $30,000 to $36,000. At those prices, the 2015 Honda Accord matches top rivals like the Toyota Camry, Nissan Altima, Ford Fusion and Chevy Malibu. The asking price of Honda's family sedan is lower than the Mazda6, Subaru Legacy, Hyundai Sonata, Kia Optima and VW Passat. Before you buy, check the fair purchase price to see how much others are paying for your new Accord. The Accord is expected to have excellent resale value for years to come, as evidenced by last year's Best Resale Value Award for Midsize Cars.