For a majority of Americans, the Honda Accord has been the undoubtedly number one car choice. Nevertheless, the Honda Accord has slowly lost its ground as the number one car on the American market due to the brand new sedan models. The 2015 Honda Accord is refined and has sophistication and class embedded on it. The major setback that could hurt its fan’s feelings is its size which has actually reduced.
But on the other hand is its new modern styling which represents a sleek evolution from the previous-generation models. There’s also a nicer more comfy interior which was much anticipated and you no longer have to spring for the pricey EX if you want superbly cool features like standard alloy wheels, Bluetooth, USB connectivity and dual-zone automatic climate-control feature.
2015 Honda Accord Interior and exterior designs
The interior is classy and comfy now which we must admit at least. Some of the anticipated brand new features include Bluetooth connectivity, alloy wheels, dual-zone automatic climate control as well as USB connectivity system in the dashboard. The 2015 Honda Accord provides comfort coupled with plenty of room for on-board passengers.
The driver’s position itself is pretty designed and it’s up righted much to fans delight. The coupe model in comparison to a sedan is a little bit tighter at the back. The roofline of the coupe version is sportier compared to the two models side by side. Additionally, both models meet the IIHS standards for a head-on clash in accident situations.
Engine of 2015 Honda Accord
Talking of the engines, it is worth mentioning the fact that the 2015 Honda Accord comes with two powerful powertrains. They are both as anticipated stronger and as well as more fuel-efficient compared to Honda Accord’s previous versions. The gears come with a choice of a six-speed manual or a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT).
The 4th gear makes the power of the coupe to be 185HP, which is actually considered a standard in most models. A V-6 engine has not been left behind in this model beside being available across the whole Accord model line and it makes 278 HP possible while being paired with a six-speed automatic transmission or a six-speed manual gearbox.
Honda Accord Mpg
Ordinarily Accord sedans with the CVT are rated by the EPA at 27 mpg in the city and 36 mpg on the highway, while the sportier sedan and the 4 cylinder coupe mauls them down to 26 mpg city to 35 mpg. Additionally if in case you decide to opt for the 6-speed manual transmission system you will further haul it downward to 24 mpg city or 34 mpg on the highway.
2015 Honda Accord Price and Release Date
If your desire to own this amazing car creature then you must be ready to part with around 25,000$ to 40,000$ depending on the exact model of a car you wish to purchase. The 2015 Honda Accord has certainly caught up to customer’s expectations and it is actually nice to see the model once again fighting its way to the top especially in the American market where it used to be the guru. The release date has not been confirmed but we will be updating you soon.