2015 Honda Accord

Rating8.0

Ranked #5 in Midsize Sedan

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Starting MSRP 

$22,105 - $33,630

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Key Spec of 2015 Honda Accord
fuel economy

24/29/34

fuel type

regular unleaded

horsepower

185 hp @ 6400 rpm

basic warranty

3 yr./ 36000 mi.

2015 Honda Accord Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: May 4, 2022

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Nathan Dyer 

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The Honda Accord is one of the longest-serving family sedans in the American market, and the 2015 model is keeping the tradition alive. The 2015 Honda Accord will have the same design language as the previous year and will be available in Sedan & Coupe variants. Staying on top of this segment is one of the toughest jobs a car can do, and the Accord is doing it for decades without breaking a sweat. This is all because of the powerful base engine and a manual transmission available for the purist drivers out there.

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ProsConsWhat's New

Efficient hybrid option available

Cruise control is exclusive to higher trims

LaneWatch camera system standard on EX & above

Spacious cabin

Plug-In hybrid is too expensive 

Auto-dimming rearview mirror in the EX-l trim

Well equipped at higher trims

Universal garage door opener standard on higher trims

Over All Rating

8.0

Out of 10

Pricing and Features8.00
Pricing and Feature6.00
Features8.00
Engine and Performance8.40
Fuel Economy8.50
Interior8.00
Exterior9.00
Safety8.30
Competition8.00
Notable Rankings

#5 in Midsize Sedan

#6 in Sedan


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Trims

LX$22,105 onwards

  • 16-inch silver aluminum Wheels
  • 1St row LCD monitor
  • ABS and driveline Traction control
  • AM/FM stereo
  • Cloth Seat trim
  • Dual zone automatic front air conditioning
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Seek-Scan Radio

Sport$23,865 onwards

  • 18-inch silver aluminum Wheels
  • Driver Lumbar support
  • Front Fog/driving lights

EX$25,030 onwards

  • 17-inch silver aluminum Wheels
  • Heated mirrors
  • Sliding and tilting glass Sunroof

EX-L$28,420 onwards

Touring$33,630 onwards

  • Navigation system


Colors and Styles

2015 Honda Accord in Atomic Silver color
Atomic Silver

Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide

The 2015 Honda Accord is available in 5 main trims, and its competition is very close against rivals like Toyota Camry, Nissan Maxima, and Hyundai Sonata - all of which are no less capable than the Accord in being a family favorite for many while also enjoying a lot of popularity in the market. That said, let’s see how these cars perform when pitted against each other. 


Features
8.0/10

The 2015 Honda Accord comes in 5 main trim levels, why main trim levels you may ask. Honda has made this as tricky as possible. Who keeps a whole trim level dedicated just for the navigation option, Honda certainly does. The base trim LX gets dual-zone climate control and a reasonably big infotainment screen, while the Sport trim adds low-profile 18-inch wheels and a better-tuned engine. The convenience features are also upgraded in the Sport trim.

Trim

LX

Sport

EX

EX-L

Touring

MSRP (FWD)

$22,110

$23,900

$25,050

$28,450

$33,650

Key Features

16-inch wheels

In addition to LX trim features with:

In addition to Sport trim features with:

In addition to EX trim features with:

In addition to EX-L features with:

 

Dual-zone automatic climate control

18-inch wheels

17-inch wheels

Leather upholstery 

V6 engine as standard 

 

8-inch infotainment screen, 4 speakers’ sound system 

Better tuned engine 

Heated mirrors, keyless entry & ignition

Driver Memory seats, 4-way power passenger seats with heating

LED projector headlights and LED brake lights

 

Height adjustable driver seat, tilt & telescopic steering 

8-way power-adjustable seats 

Sunroof, power driver seat

An auto-dimming rearview camera, upgraded rearview camera system

Adaptive cruise control

 

Rearview camera

Leather-wrapped steering with pedal shifters (CVT exclusive)

LaneWatch blind-spot monitors 

6-inch touchscreen display, 7 speaker sound system

LED DRLs

 

Folding rear seats

Rear spoiler

6-speaker sound system 

Auto-dimming mirror

 

 

Bluetooth phone connectivity 

 

 

 

 

The EX-trim is aimed towards the comfort-seeking buyer, and so the wheels get a downgrade but it adds a sunroof, keyless entry & ignition, and active safety come standard. The EX-L adds luxury features like leather upholstery and a 360-watt audio system. Moreover, the EX-L can be had with a V-6 engine as well. The top trim comes with that V6 engine as standard and sports nicer LED headlights and taillights.

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The EX-L trim should be the ideal choice here as it offers everything from safety to entertainment to convenience. It is not really expensive compared to the base trim, and you will only miss the LED projector headlights and Adaptive cruise control. And if you crave more power from your vehicle, you also get the option of having a V6 under the hood of your sedan. 

Engine and Performance
8.4/10

Even though the Honda Accord is a fuel-conscious family sedan, Honda has kept various engine options available for its buyers. The base engine choice on all the trims except for the Touring is a 2.4L natural Inline-4 engine that produces 185 hp & 181 lb-ft of torque and comes mated to a 6-speed manual or CVT transmission. For more power-hungry buyers, Honda lets you have a 3.5L V6 engine with 278 hp and 253 lb-ft of torque. The transmission choices are a little diverse on this one. On coupes, this engine comes with a 6-speed manual, while the sedans have a 6-speed auto with sports mode.

Models

2015 Honda Accord

2015 Toyota Camry

2015 Hyundai Sonata

2015 Nissan Maxima

MSRP

$25,100

$22,980

$21,200

$22,300

Engine

2.4L, Naturally Aspirated, I-4

2.5L, Naturally Aspirated, I-4

2.4L, Naturally Aspirated, I-4

2.5L, Naturally Aspirated, I-4

Drivetrain

FWD

FWD

FWD

FWD

Transmission

6-speed manual

6-speed Automatic

6-Speed Automatic

CVT 

Power (hp @ RPM

185 @ 6,400

178 @6,000

185 @ 6,000

182 @ 6,000

Torque (lb-ft @ RPM)

181 @ 3,900

170 @ 4,100

178 @ 4,000

180 @ 4,000

0-60 MPH (seconds)

7.0

7.9

8.4

7.7

Quarter-Mile (seconds)

15.5

16.2

16.5

16.3

Top-Speed (MPH)

141

122

135

140

The engine capacity of all the cars is very similar, but the difference lies in overall tuning and transmission setups. The 2015 Accord is the fastest and most powerful car in the group today, but the rivals aren’t far behind. The Camry and the Maxima are just behind by fractions of seconds in the 60 MPH run. When comparing the price range, Honda Accord turns out to be the most expensive option in its base configuration. 

Fuel Economy
8.5/10

The Honda Accord is a fuel-efficient vehicle overall, but as we said earlier, this segment has cut-throat competition, and the rivals are doing much better in this section. While the 4-cylinder engine will return a good city & highway mileage, the Hybrid variants will steal the show. The 50 MPG city & 45 MPG on the highway economy that comes with the hybrid is mind-blowing. You won’t miss the low torque after seeing your monthly fuel expenses.

Models

2015 Honda Accord

2015 Toyota Camry

2015 Hyundai Sonata

2015 Nissan Maxima

MPG (City)

24

25

25

27

MPG (Highway)

34

35

37

38

MPG (Combined)

27

28

29

31

Fuel Capacity (Gallons)

17.2

17

18.5

18

Range (City/Highway/Combined, in Miles)

412/584/464

425/595/476

462/684/536

486/684/558

The Nissan Maxima has off-the-charts fuel economy and a decently sized fuel tank gives it a whopping 684 miles of highway range. However, the Hyundai Sonata isn’t far behind either in terms of efficiency. Even Toyota Camry manages to get past the figures of Honda by offering 25 mpg in the city, 35 mpg on the highway, and 28 mpg combined, which is 1 mpg more than Accord in every scenario.

Interior
8.0/10

The 2015 Honda Accord has a decent interior which could’ve been made more premium by implementing some chrome trims or fake metal trims, but they haven’t, and we are more than happy. The dashboard is different than we see on most cars as the standard 8-inch screen is permanently installed into the dashboard. The way Honda has highlighted the infotainment screen looks nice, and this is the only highlight piece in the entire cabin, rest is all dulled down, or in other words, it blends well with the cabin. The cloth seats on the base trim are good with power adjustments for the driver's seat. Moreover, the headroom and legroom is ample in the first row, and the second row on the Accord is just as spacious as it has one of the best legroom in the segment.

Models

2015 Honda Accord

2015 Toyota Camry

2015 Hyundai Sonata

2015 Nissan Maxima

Seating Capacity

5

5

5

5

Front Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in)

37.6/58.6/42.5

38.8/58/41.6

40.4/57.9/45.5

40/56.4/45

Rear Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in)

37/56.5/38.5

38.1/56.6/38.9

38/56.5/35.6

37.1/56.4/36.1

Cargo Capacity (cu-ft)

15.8

15.4

16.3

15.4

The boot capacity of the Accord is on par with our expectations at 15.8 cubic feet, which also remains the second-biggest in the class. The seats do fold down on this car to create more cargo space overall. Inside the cabin, there are cup holders and small storage cubbies to keep stuff. The rival cars have similar cargo capacity, only the Sonata has a bit more space. Moreover, the Hyundai Sonata & Honda Accord both have the best second-row legroom in the segment. That said, key interior features are:

  • Dual-zone choice activated climate control
  • Dual-screen infotainment setup
  • Driver memory seats 
  • 365-watt audio system 

How intuitive is the 2015 Honda Accord’s infotainment unit?

The Honda Accord comes with an 8-inch screen and a 4 speakers sound setup with Bluetooth and AUX. The EX trim will get you a 365-watt sound system with a 6 speakers setup. The EX-L trim gets another 6-inch touchscreen below the main display and more speakers. Basically, you get more speakers in each trim as you go higher. These 2 screens can be utilized efficiently, the bigger one for navigation and the touchscreen for infotainment. The system is well-equipped and is very intuitive to use. That said, some of the most highlighting features are: 

  • 8-inch display / 6-inch touchscreen
  • Aux input
  • Bluetooth
  • Navigation (trim exclusive)
  • Satellite radio
  • Hands-free text messaging
  • Pandora support 
Exterior
9.0/10

The 2015 Honda Accord has carried over the previous year’s design. This design is elegant and goes well for a family sedan. The front end has the halogen headlight setup with a typical Honda grille in the middle. There's one body line starting from the fender and continues till the rear door handle. This muscular design element is just enough on such a car as anything more than this will ruin the classy design language of the Accord that we all cherish. Moreover, there are sleek tail lamps that add a premium look, while chrome inlays fill the rather empty-looking rear end.

Models

2015 Honda Accord

2015 Toyota Camry

2015 Hyundai Sonata

2015 Nissan Maxima

Curb Weight (lb)

3267

3240

3252

3108

Length (inches)

191.4

190.9

191.1

191.5

Width (inches)

72.8

71.7

73.4

72

Height (inches)

57.7

57.9

58.1

57.9

Ground Clearance (inches)

5.8

6.1

5.3

5.4

Wheelbase (inches)

109.3

109.3

110.4

109.3

The Honda Accord is the longest car in the segment, and Hyundai Sonata has a longer wheelbase overall. The low ground clearance on the Sonata gives it a more executive look than the competitors. However, the higher ground clearance on the Camry is more suitable for bumps and undulations. The Accord, however, is a looker and has a lot of exterior features to justify the beautiful design, some of them being:

  • Projector Beam LED headlight
  • LED taillights
  • 19-inch wheels 
  • Chrome handles and window sills 
Safety
8.3/10

The 2015 Honda Accord has done well in the federal crash tests. In the NHTSA crash tests, the Accord got an overall of 5 stars. The frontal crash ratings are 4 stars only, but the side crash tests have 5 stars. The rollover rating is also at 5 stars with just 9.9% of tip-over risk. The IIHS has given the Accord a Top Safety Pick award as it performed astonishingly well in the crash tests. Some of the key safety features are:

  • Lane departure warning
  • Honda LaneWatch Blindspot monitor
  • Forward collision warning
  • Rearview camera 
  • Tire pressure monitoring system
Final Verdict

The 2015 Honda Accord is a complete family sedan and has options for every kind of buyer. The interior space is best in its class on both rows, while the cargo capacity is on par with the rivals. The safety quotient of the Accord is great too and coupled with active safety features like forward-collision assist and many more, it is ready for the unexpected. Honda has a reputation for reliability and resale, and these would be the added benefits of having an Accord in your garage. Thus, the 2015 Accord is a no-brainer when it comes to no-nonsense commuter cars.

Features

vehicle bio
base price

$22905

body style

4dr Sedan

engine type
displacement

144 cu in

horse power

185 hp @ 6400 rpm

torque

181 lb.-ft. @ 3900 rpm

transmission

Continuously Variable Transmission

dimensions
length

191 in

wheelbase

109.3 in

width

73 in

curb weight

3254 lbs

Height

58 in

Ground Clearance

6 lbs

capacity
passenger volume

103.2 cu ft

cargo volume

15.8 cu ft

passenger capacity

5 Seats

fuel economy
city/combined/highway

27/31/36 mpg

highway range

619.20 mi

warranty
basic warranty

3 yr./ 36000 mi.


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2012 Honda Accord

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Posted On: January 14, 2022

Might be an old car but definitely still packs in some looks

Pros - Stylish exterior. Comfortable seating space. Sporty handling.

Cons - Glitchy screen.

A great purchase Found this really well maintained Accord and got it home before someone else did. I really love the cabin as it pretty damn spacious and comfortable with looks that manages to get me excited. The Accord has a great after-market support and I've been able to get the car perform even better with a few minor performance upgrades. The only issues I have is with the screen that flicke...

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Honda Accord 5 year Cost To Own


Cash Price(MSRP)
$27,765
5 Year Cost To Own
$38,999
Total 5 year Cost To Own -  $38,999
Year 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5total
Depreciation$3,800$1,963$1,920$2,239$2,101$12,023
Insurance$1,201$1,210$1,289$1,333$1,290$6,323
Fuel$1,443$1,513$1,490$1,542$1,580$7,568
Maintenance$143$632$541$1,169$1,631$4,116
Repairs$-25$-23$138$322$505$917
Financing Interest$1,686$1,417$1,033$694$191$5,021
Taxes and Fees$2,316$197$186$136$196$3,031
Total Cost-To-Own$10,564$6,909$6,597$7,435$7,494$38,999
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