If you’ve been searching for a new mid-size car for a little while now, it’s likely that you’ve found yourself looking at 2015 Honda Accord pictures to get a sense of how the car looks and feels. As far as those pictures get you, the best way to answer all of your questions is with a test drive at a Capital Region Honda Dealer, but we can go over a few of the things you may not be able to see in the Accord’s pictures.
Pictures Tell Just a Part of the Story
One of the things we love about the 2015 Honda Accord pictures are that they show drivers a vehicle that feels like it should be a full-size sedan, and you’ll just have to trust us that, no matter how big it looks on the inside, this is definitely a mid-size car. You and your passengers will have plenty of space to get comfortable in the sedan—up to 103.2 cubic feet of passenger space, in fact.
You may be able to see the touchscreen infotainment system in some of the Accord’s interior pictures, but we want you to know that it’s just the start of a long list of amenities that have been making the Accord one of the most popular cars in its class, including:
- Honda’s exclusive i-MID infotainment system
- Bluetooth HandsFreeLink for audio streaming and phone calls
- Pandora and SMS texting capabilities
- Built-in rearview camera
- Expanded-view driver’s mirror
It can be tough, even impossible to see some of those features in the pictures, and we think you’ll quickly see that the Accord offers far more than meets the eye.
Have you seen the pictures of the Accord’s available engines? You’ll have your choice of a 2.4L four-cylinder or a 3.5L V6, both of which offer fuel efficiencies that are hard to beat without going hybrid. 2015 Accord LX models with CVT earn an EPA-estimated 36 highway mpg, while the EX-L V6 and Touring model’s hit 34 highway mpg thanks to the 278-hp engine.*
See the Accord Today
We want to show you what the 2015 Honda Accord looks like in person; visit a Capital Region Honda Dealer near you to take a test drive of Honda’s mid-size car and see why so many drivers have been driving them home.