2015 Honda Accord

2015 Honda Accord
[![The new Accord from Honda is sleek and well-equipped. Photo from Honda USA](http://buyersguide.carsoup.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/2015-Honda-Accord-Hero.jpg)](http://buyersguide.carsoup.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/2015-Honda-Accord-Hero.jpg)The new Accord from Honda is full of upgrades. Photo from Honda USA
The 2015 Honda Accord family offers multiple variations of this fun-to-drive, fuel efficient, roomy and well-appointed midsize car.

Multiple awards and accolades recognize and reinforce Accord as the benchmark in its class. The already well-equipped Accord Sedan and Coupe receive feature upgrades for 2015.

The four-cylinder Sedan and Coupe EX-L and EX-L Navi trims now include the convenience of the HomeLink universal remote system that can be programmed with the codes of up to three devices, such as a garage-door opener or home security system.

2015-Honda-Accord-interiorThe 2015 Accord EX Coupe, with four-cylinder engine, gains the Honda LaneWatch display that uses a camera and in-dash display to provide an enhanced view of the passenger-side roadway.

All Accord EX-L and above Coupes also now come equipped with an auto-dimming rearview mirror. The 2015 Accord Sedan and Coupe are available with the choice of two highly efficient Earth Dreams Technology powertrains, a 2.4-liter direct-injected i-VTEC four-cylinder that produces 185 horsepower (189 horsepower in the Accord Sport Sedan) and a 278-horsepower 3.5-liter VTEC V-6 with Variable Cylinder Management (VCM).

2015-Honda-Accord-RearThe four-cylinder engine is paired with a continuously variable transmission or six-speed manual. The Accord Sedan with V-6 is paired with a six-speed automatic while V-6 Coupe models can be equipped with either the automatic rr six-speed manual.

The 2015 Accord Hybrid is powered by Honda’s Intelligent Multi-Mode Drive (i-MMD) two-motor hybrid system that transitions seamlessly between electric motor power, gasoline engine power and hybrid gas-electric propulsion, delivering power to the wheels without the need of a conventional transmission.

This elegant powertrain helps the Accord Hybrid earn an EPA city rating of 50 miles per gallon. Base model estimated mpg: 24/34.

Estimated starting price: $22,105.

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