- Accord family offers mixed variations of Honda’s fun-to-drive, fuel efficient, ample and really good allocated midsize car
- 2015 Coupe and Sedan underline upgrades and mixed awards and accolades commend and strengthen Accord as a benchmark in a category
- Leading all mid-size cars in new-vehicle sell registrations for initial 6 months of 20141, Accord continues as a best-selling newcomer car
Coming off an well-developed year for Accord that enclosed sell sales care and a introduction of a all-new 50-mpg rated2 Accord Hybrid, a 2015 Accord Sedan and Coupe, and 2015 Accord Hybrid start to go on sale today. Four-cylinder 2015 Accord Sedans have a starting MSRP3 of $22,105, with a four-cylinder Accord Coupe starting during $23,775. Both models are also offering with a V-6 powerplant. The 2015 Accord Hybrid, with Honda’s Intelligent Multi-Mode Drive (i-MMD) two-motor hybrid system, has a starting MSRP3 of $29,305.
The already really good versed Accord Sedan and Coupe accept underline upgrades for 2015. The 4-cylinder Sedan and Coupe EX-L and EX-L Navi trims now embody a preference of a HomeLink® concept remote complement that can be involuntary with a codes of adult to 3 devices, such as a garage-door opener or home confidence system. The 2015 Accord EX Coupe with 4-cylinder engine gains a Honda LaneWatch™ arrangement that uses a camera and in-dash arrangement to yield an extended perspective of a passenger-side roadway. All Accord EX-L and above Coupes will also now come versed with an automobile dimming rearview mirror.
The 2015 Accord Sedan and Coupe are accessible with a choice of dual rarely fit Earth Dreams Technology™ powertrains, a 2.4-liter direct-injected i-VTEC 4-cylinder that produces 185 horsepower4 (189 horsepower5 in a Accord Sport Sedan) and a 278-horsepower6 3.5-liter VTEC V-6 with Variable Cylinder Management (VCM).
The 4-cylinder engine is interconnected with a invariably non-static delivery (CVT) or 6-speed primer (6MT) and earns adult to a 36 mpg EPA highway rating2. The Accord Sedan with V-6 is interconnected with a 6-speed involuntary (6AT) with a 34 mpg EPA highway rating2. V-6 Coupe models can be versed with possibly a 6AT or a 6-speed manual, with a 6AT carrying a 32 mpg EPA highway rating2. The 2015 Accord Hybrid is powered by Honda’s Intelligent Multi-Mode Drive (i-MMD) two-motor hybrid complement that transitions seamlessly between electric engine power, gasoline engine energy and hybrid gas-electric propulsion, delivering energy to a wheels but a need of a required transmission. This superb powertrain helps a Accord Hybrid acquire a 50 mpg EPA city rating2.
The 2014 Accord perceived countless accolades, including an rare 28th Car and Driver “10 Best” title, as good as an Automobile Magazine “All-Star” endowment and “Best Family Car” endowment from Parenting repository and Edmunds.com. Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com named a Accord a “Best Resale Value” car and famous it as carrying a lowest cost of tenure for a midsize sedan over a projected 5-year period. Included in a awards given to a 2014 Accord Hybrid were a MotorWeek “2014 Driver’s Choice Award,” a KBB.com “10 Best Green Car of 2014” endowment and a fixing to Green Car Journal’s “Top 10 Green Car Technology List for 2014.”
2015 Accord Sedan, Accord Coupe and Accord Hybrid Pricing:
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1 Based on IHS Automotive, Polk U.S. new sell registration information for 2013 and Jan-Jun 2014.
2 Based on 2015 EPA mileage. Use for comparison functions only. Your tangible mileage will change depending pushing conditions, how a car is driven and maintained, battery container age/condition and other factors.
3 MSRP (Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price) incompatible tax, license, registration, $790 end assign and options. Dealer prices might vary.
4 185 horsepower @ 6400 rpm (SAE net).
5 189 horsepower @ 6400 rpm (SAE net).
6 278 horsepower @ 6200 rpm (SAE net).
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