2015 Honda AccordChange Vehicle
Key Specs of the 2015 Honda Accord
Accord base trim shown
- Cabin materials
- Crash-test ratings
- Ride and handling
- Sedan's small trunk opening
- Confusing multimedia buttons
- Folding backseat is one piece
- Suspension noise
- Minimal seat bolstering
- Coupe or sedan, automatic or manual
- Four-cylinder or V-6 engine
- Hybrid and plug-in hybrid versions
The Honda Accord remains a smooth-operating, easygoing family car that practically defines the word "pleasant," but newer competitors have it showing its age.
Since 1989, only three cars have held the title of "best-selling car in America": the Ford Taurus (back when it was a midsized car), the Toyota Camry and the Honda Accord. The current Taurus is an oddly sized entry that no longer competes with the Camry and Accord, but those two are so evenly matched and at each other's throats that choosing between them can be tough when it comes time to find a new family sedan. Both are spacious, comfortable, reliable, efficient and safe ways to haul kids and cargo for those who don't need or want the extra bulk of an SUV or minivan.
The big update to the Accord came for 2013, so for 2015 Honda hasn't changed it much at all: The coupe gets Honda's LaneWatch camera system, plus some odds and ends in the trim department (compare 2014 and 2015 models here). This means the virtually unchanged Accord has to compete with totally new versions of the Hyundai Sonata and Subaru Legacy, as well as a refreshed Toyota Camry. Can the carry-over Accord do that successfully?
Exterior & Styling
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