The 2015 Honda Accord offers Malin and Keno drivers superb fuel economy, responsive performance, a high-quality interior, and a generous array of standard features. All in all, it’s on of the most well-rounded midsize sedans around. The Accord has been a top-selling family sedan for nearly 30 years, and Honda continues to refine it year after year to ensure that drivers are offered a truly exceptional vehicle.
The Sport model equips the same 2.4L engine as a standard Accord, but fits it with a dual exhaust. This increases the amount of gas exhaust extracted from the engine, meaning that more fresh air enters for punchier performance. Your output will jump to 189 hp and 182 lb-ft of torque.
An ECON button sits on the dash of the 2015 Accord — push it, and all fuel-consuming systems will be adjusted to ensure that efficiency is optimized. Colored coaching bars are also fitted to each side of the speedometer, letting you know how efficient your driving style currently is.
Starting your vehicle on a steep incline or decline used to mean performing a tricky and tiresome handbrake hill start, but those days are over. The 2015 Accord will hold the clutch automatically to simulate such a maneuver, so you can retain control without having to think about it yourself.
The 2015 Accord is fitted with a 6-speed manual transmission as standard, which allows the Accord LX to achieve 24 mpg in the city and 34 on the highway.* With a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT), the Accord LX offers 27 mpg city and 36 mpg highway.* With a 6-speed automatic transmission and V6 engine, the Accord EX-L V6 manages 21 mpg city and 34 mpg highway.*
Even entry-level Accord models possess the kind of power you can depend on, with a 2.4L direct injection four-cylinder producing up to 185 hp and 181 lb-ft of torque.
Some Malin and Keno drivers want their family sedan to boast track-ready power beneath the hood, so Honda has made a ferocious V6 engine available for the 2015 Accord. Press down on the gas, and you’ll feel the force of 278 hp and 252 lb-ft of torque.
Each 2015 Accord is fitted with a rearview camera as standard, which activates automatically while reversing for complete convenience and peace of mind. Upper-level trims receive a multi-angle model, which includes Normal, Wide-Angle, and Overhead viewing modes, so Malin and Keno drivers receive a comprehensive view of the area behind them.
ACE stands for Advanced Compatibility Engineering, and it’s one of the central reasons why Honda models like the 2015 Accord are so effective at shielding drivers from injury in the event of a collision. Upon impact, the ACE body structure directs impact energy evenly across the cabin to protect occupants.
Part of the Honda Sensing series of technologies, this available safety feature employs a cutting-edge camera to monitor road markings such as lane dividers and pavement markers. If it senses that you’re in danger of leaving the road, the system will provide an alert to bring your attention back to the road.
A small camera is mounted on the front of your Accord to continuously gauge the distance between yourself and the vehicle ahead along with the speed at which you’re moving closer. Should this gap become unsafe and a collision imminent, the system will issue and audio and visual warning to help you slow down in time.
A front-mounted camera monitors road markings to ensure that you aren’t either unintentionally deviating from your chosen lane or changing lanes without indicating. Should you begin to do so, an alert will be provided. You may then either indicate your decision to other drivers or bring your attention back to the road ahead.
Tire pressure can change due to overuse, heat, cold, and various other factors. Low pressure can decrease performance and increase fuel-consumption, while the structure of overloaded tires can quickly become compromised. Fortunately, Malin and Keno drivers will be alerted if anything is wrong by the 2015 Accord’s standard tire pressure monitoring system.
Every seat in the 2015 Accord is designed to keep occupants relaxed, but extra care has been given to the comfort of the driver. With just the push of a button, they’ll be able to move their seat up and down as well as forward and backward.
With the key fob in your pocket, the Accord will sense your presence and then open the door at the touch of the handle, meaning that you don’t have to fish in your pockets for the key. Once inside, all you need to do to start the engine is press the convenient start button.
The 2015 Accord features Active Noise Cancellation technology to shield drivers from the hustle and bustle outside as well the background hum of the engine. Speed-sensitive volume control goes one step further, automatically adjusting the volume of your sound system when you have to hit the gas.
GPS technology allows you to make missed exits and meeting a thing of the past. The system also features voice-recognition technology, which is capable of understanding numbers, street names, and cities — as well as over 1,500 standard commands. FM Traffic is equipped as standard to ensure that you avoid gridlock and road closures.
Malin and Keno drivers know just how chilly the Pacific Northwest can become once we begin heading into winter, so the Accord is available with heated front seats to keep you cozy while the temperature is dropping outside.
Sunshine, starlight, and fresh air circulating throughout the cabin is available with the convenient touch of a button. Your power moonroof allows you to let the outside in, and it also features a tilt setting. Want to feel the outside air without getting hit by the sun’s rays? Just activate the sliding sunshade.
The Accord is fitted with aluminum-alloy wheels as standard. These are much lighter and yet incredibly strong, while also boasting a more aesthetically pleasing appearance. 16-inch rims are fitted in entry-level models, upper-level trims get 17-inch rims, and the Sport model stands impressively on 18-inch wheels.
Body-color sensors are fixed to the back of your 2015 Accord. As you reverse, they constantly monitor the space behind you for obstructions, then begin to beep at varying intervals according to their proximity to the rear of the vehicle.
Door guards are fitted along the edge of the door — they don’t make any difference to the appearance of your Accord, but they’re ideal for preventing dings and scrapes. At the same time, visors are fitted just above the door, meaning that you can roll down the windows and let in some air no matter the conditions outside.
Fog lights are crucial if you’re to remain clearly visible to other drivers during adverse weather conditions. Precision optics and a special lighting pattern combine to cut through fog and let other drivers know of your exact location on the road. Honda’s plug-in connectors make them significantly more reliable than aftermarket fog lights.
When drivers behind you use their high beams, you can momentarily lose focus thanks to the bright glare that fills your rearview mirror. That’s why the 2015 Accord is fitted with a mirror that senses ambient light and then automatically adjusts the glass’s tint to keep that distracting, aggravating, and ultimately unsafe glare from your eyes.
Honda wheel locks are finished with chrome to ensure that they look just as impressive as the rest of the vehicle, but they also feature an innovative design that often goes unnoticed. Unlike aftermarket parts, they need a special tool to be removed, so the security of your vehicle will never be compromised.